The W.K. Clifford Prize is an international scientific prize for young researchers, which intends to encourage them to compete for excellence in theoretical and applied Clifford algebras, their analysis and geometry. The award consists of a written certificate, a one year online access to the Clifford algebra related journals, a book token worth € 150 and a cash award of € 1000. The laureate is also offered the opportunity to give the special W.K. Clifford Prize Lecture at University College London, where W.K. Clifford held the first Goldsmid Chair from 1871 until his untimely death in 1879.
The next W.K. Clifford Prize will be awarded at the 11th Conference on Clifford Algebras and Their Applications in Mathematical Physics (ICCA11) in Ghent (Belgium) in 2017.
The deadline for nominations is September 30, 2016. Nominations should be sent to email@example.com. For details see http://www.wkcliffordprize.org.
Source: Email from Hendrik De Bie, Secretary of the W K Clifford Prize Jury, secretary_AT_wkcliffordprize.org, 31 Aug. 2016.