The Heinz Hopf Prize is awarded every two years at ETH Zurich. The prize honours outstanding scientific work in the field of pure mathematics. It is named after the German mathematician Heinz Hopf (1894–1971), Professor of Mathematics at ETH from 1931 to 1965. The prize amount of 30,000 Swiss Francs (approximately US$29,000, €20,000, or £18,200 as of October 2009[update]) is awarded on the occasion of the Heinz Hopf Lectures that are given at ETH by the laureate.
The prize was awarded for the first time in October 2009.
|2009||Robert MacPherson||Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton||How nature tiles space|
|2011||Michael Rapoport||University of Bonn||How geometry meets arithmetic|
|2013||Yakov Eliashberg||Stanford University||From dynamical systems to geometry and back|
|2015||Claire Voisin||Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu||Diagonals in algebraic geometry|
|2017||Richard Schoen||Stanford University||How curvature shapes space|
|2019||Ehud Hrushovski||University of Oxford||Logic and geometry: the model theory of finite fields and difference fields|
|2021||Jean-Pierre Demailly||Université Grenoble Alpes||lectures cancelled|
- "Heinz Hopf Prize and Lectures". math.ethz.ch. Retrieved 9 August 2022.