The **Alfred Ackermann–Teubner Memorial Award for the Promotion of Mathematical Sciences** recognized work in mathematical analysis. It was established in 1912 by engineer Alfred Ackermann-Teubner (1857-01-31 – 1940), and was an endowment of the University of Leipzig.

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The first award was made in 1914. Subsequent awards were to be made every other year until a surplus of 60,000 marks was accumulated within the endowment, at which time, the prize was to be awarded annually. The subjects included:

## Honorees

The fifteen honorees between 1914 and 1941 are:

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## Jurists

In 1937, Constantin Carathéodory and Erhard Schmidt were invited to jury the award. Along with Wilhelm Blaschke, Carathéodory was invited again in 1944 by the German Union of Mathematicians.

## References

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