EMS Monograph Award
The EMS Monograph Award is assigned every year to the author(s) of a monograph in any area of mathematics that is judged by the selection committee to be an outstanding contribution to its field. The prize is endowed with 10.000 Euro, and the winning monograph is published by the EMS Publishing House in the series EMS Tracts in Mathematics.
Previous prize winners were Patrick Dehornoy, François Digne, Eddy Godelle, Daan Krammer, and Jean Michel for the monograph Foundations of Garside Theory, Augusto C. Ponce (Elliptic PDEs, Measures and Capacities), Vincent Guedj and Ahmed Zeriahi (Degenerate Complex Monge–Ampère Equations), and Yves de Cornulier and Pierre de la Harpe (Metric Geometry of Locally Compact Groups).
A new EMS Monograph Award will be announced at the end of 2020.
Scientific CommitteeJohn Coates