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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

Submissions - Kurt Goedel Centenary Research Prize Fellowships

The Kurt Gdel Society is proud to announce the commencement of the research fellowship prize program in honor of the celebration of Kurt Gdel?s 100th birthday.

The research fellowship prize program is sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation and will offer:
?	two Ph.D. (pre-doctoral) fellowships of ,000* US per annum for two years
?	two post-doctoral fellowships of $ 80,000* US per annum for two years
?	one senior fellowship of $ 120,000* US per  annum for one year 
based on an international open competition, resulting in the publication of research papers 
in a special issue of the Annals of Pure and Applied Logic.**

The following International Board of Jurors will be in charge of evaluating the applications:

Peter ACZEL, University of Manchester (GB)
Lev BEKLEMISHEV, Russian Academy of Sciences (RUS)
John BURGESS, Princeton University (USA) 
Harvey FRIEDMAN, Ohio State University (USA) CHAIR
John HARRISON, Intel Corporation (USA) 
Wilfrid HODGES, Queen Mary University of London (GB)
Simon KOCHEN, Princeton University (USA)
Jan KRAJICEK, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic(CZ)
Menachem MAGIDOR, Hebrew University (ISRAEL)
David MARKER, University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)
Michel PARIGOT, Universite Paris 7 (FRANCE) 
Pavel PUDLAK, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic(CZ) 
Hilary PUTNAM, Harvard University (USA)
Jeff REMMEL,University of California at San Diego (USA) 
John STEEL, University of California at Berkeley (USA) 
Frank STEPHAN, National University of Singapore (SINGAPORE)
Albert VISSER, University of Utrecht (NL)

Submission Software is online at:
Submission instructions can be found here:


June 30, 2007.			    Submissions deadline
October 2007.			    Jury decision on the papers for publication (at most 20)
December 15, 2007.		    Final versions due
January 2008.			    Jury decision on winners due
February 2008.		            Award Ceremony
Mar.-Sept.2008.		            Commencement of the Fellowships