The W.K. Clifford Prize is an international scientific prize for young researchers. The prize intends to encourage young researchers to compete for excellence in their research in theoretical and applied Clifford algebras, their analysis and geometry. Moreover, the award should promote solid research and thereby positively raise the profile of the Clifford community in mathematics, physics and the applied sciences.

The W.K. Clifford Prize was instituted in 2011 by the Advisory Board of the International Conference on Clifford Algebras and Their Applications in Mathematical Physics (ICCA), and is awarded each three years at the occasion of an ICCA Conference.

Details of the prize and nomination process, including eligibility requirements can be found through the links at the top of the page.

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