The Karl-Peter Hadeler Prize of the Journal of Mathematical Biology (JoMB) recognizes outstanding publications in the journal.
K.P. Hadeler (1936-2017) was a pioneer in mathematical biology. He co-founded the Journal of Mathematical Biology (1974) and the European Society of Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (1991), and was a leading editor for JoMB for many years.
His lifelong passion for mathematical biology was driven by his love of mathematics and biology alike. He saw that mathematical modeling can help understand biological processes on a deep level, identify new structures, generate new insights, and even inspire new mathematics. It is in this vision that we recognize the outstanding research published in JoMB every year.
Winner of 2022
The ESMTB Award Committee unanimously recommend the article titled "Spatial ecology, optimal control and game theoretical fishing problems" by Idriss Mazari and Domènec Ruiz-Balet for the Karl-Peter Hadeler prize 2022.
The mathematical results presented in this article are interesting and well-integrated with the underlying ecological problem, of which they genuinely support a more in-depth theoretical understanding. Both authors are young researchers at an early stage of their academic careers and will thus certainly benefit from being awarded the KPH prize.
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