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2015

The 2015 Bruti Liberati Prize for the best PhD in Mathematical Finance was awarded to Marko Hans Weber.
Marko's thesis covered models of dynamic trading with price impact.
Submitted thesis were evaluated by the Committee: Prof. Damir Filipovic, Prof. Jan Kallsen, Prof. Masaaki Kijima, Prof. Ronnie Sircar, Prof. Emilio Barucci
The ceremony was held at Politecnico di Milano, at the presence of the Nicola Bruti Liberati family, and the Politecnico di Milano representatives.





2014

The 2014 Bruti Liberati Prize for the best PhD in Mathematical Finance was awarded to Thomas Kruse.
Thomas's thesis covered inverse optimal stopping problems, and control problems motivated by issues in illiquidity.
Submitted thesis were evaluated by the Committee: Prof. David Hobson, Prof. Dr. Jan Kallsen, Prof. Eckhard Platen, Prof. Peter Tankov, Prof. Emilio Barucci.
The ceremony was held at Politecnico di Milano, at the presence of the Nicola Bruti Liberati family, and the Politecnico di Milano representatives.





2013

The 2013 Bruti Liberati Prize for the best PhD in Mathematical Finance was awarded to Dylan Possamai.
Submitted thesis were evaluated by the Committee: Prof. Emilio Barucci, Prof. Jean-Pierre Fouque, Prof. David Hobson, Prof. Jin Ma, Prof. Eckhard Platen, Prof. Peter Tankov.
The ceremony was held at Politecnico di Milano, at the presence of the Nicola Bruti Liberati family, and the Politecnico di Milano representatives.





2012

The 2012 Bruti Liberati Prize for the best PhD in Mathematical Finance was awarded to Martin Klimmek.
Submitted thesis were evaluated by the Committee: Prof. Jean-Pierre Fouque, Prof. Emilio Barucci, Prof. Jin Ma, Prof. Martin Schweizer, Prof. Nizar Touzi.
The ceremony was held at Politecnico di Milano, at the presence of the Nicola Bruti Liberati family, and the Politecnico di Milano representatives.



2011

The 2011 Bruti Liberati Prize for the best PhD in Mathematical Finance was awarded to Johannes Muhle-Karbe.
Johannes took his PhD in mathematics under the supervision of Jan Kallsen at TU Muenchen, in April 2009, with his thesis on "Shadow Prices in Portfolio Optimization with Transaction Costs".
The ceremony was held at Politecnico di Milano, at the presence of the Nicola Bruti Liberati family (the parents - in the picture), the Politecnico di Milano representatives (Emilio Barucci, Sandro Salsa and Piercesare Secchi), and Springer Italia (Francesca Bonadei, responsible Editor).



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