The winner receives a medal and a cash award of 1 million rubles. If the main work is joint among several people, the committee may consider a shared prize. Full statutes of the prize may be found at here.
Nominations should be submitted to the Chair of the 2022 Prize Committee, Professor Giovanni Felder at
Each nomination should contain a detailed description of the work of the candidate and where it fits in the overall development of the field, including references. Nominations are confidential, and must not be disclosed to the candidate. The deadline for nominations is December 1, 2021.
In its decisions, the prize Committee will be guided by the pursuit of excellence as well as attention to the diversity of both the field of mathematical physics and the people who work in it. The winner(s) of the prize will be announced during ICM 2022.
The organizers of the prize invite proposals for the design of the award insignia. Proposals should be submitted to email@example.com.
The best proposal will receive an invitation to OAL Centennial and a modest cash award.
To learn more about the extraordinary life and career of Olga Alexandrovna Ladyzhenskaya, a great resource is the article in the Notices of AMS by S. Friedlander, P. Lax, C. Morawetz, L. Nirenberg, G. Seregin, N. Uraltseva, and M. Vishik, as well a story in the Bulletin of the AMS by S. Friedlander. Further material and references may be found on the site of the St. Petersburg Mathematical Pantheon devoted to O. A. Ladyzhenskaya and on the ICM webpage, see in particular the collection of essays about OAL.