Kazimierz Kuratowski Award
Announcement
The Award was introduced in 1981 by Zofia Kuratowska, the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Polish Mathematical Society (PTM). In accordance with the Rules, it may be awarded to individuals who were under 30 years of age before the end of the year preceding the one when the award is granted, and who are laureates neither of PTM awards (excluding awards for young mathematicians), nor of the scientific award of the 3^{rd} Division of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Among the previous laureates, there are many prominent Polish mathematicians.
Apart from the candidates considered on Jury’s own initiative and the laureates of the PTM Award for Young Mathematicians, the Jury considers all other applications submitted by sending a complete set of the following documents:
 application or nomination to the Award (signed scan)
 list of publications and copies of confirmations of “accepted for printing” status of the publications which have not been published yet
 short CV with the date of birth
 up to seven articles in files (files titles should clearly identify the article, preferably using a number in the list of publications)
 opinion of the person who nominated a candidate (optional)
The documents should be sent until 31 March 2024 electronically to the addres.
The Award will be granted by the Jury not later than on 1 May 2024.
Laureates
 2023 Agnieszka Hejna
 2022 Jakub Skrzeczkowski
 2021 Wojciech Górny & Marcin Sroka
 2020 Mateusz Wasilewski
 2019 Joachim Jelisiejew
 2018 Piotr Pokora
 2017 Adam Kanigowski
 2016 Piotr Achinger
 2015 Joanna KułagaPrzymus & Mateusz Michałek
 2014 Kamil Kaleta
 2013 Wojciech Samotij
 2012 Mateusz Kwaśnicki
 2011 Piotr Przytycki
 2010 Sławomir Dinew
 2009 Radosław Adamczak
 2008 Adam Skalski
 2007 Mikołaj Bojańczyk
 2006 Krzysztof Krupiński
 2005 Grzegorz Bobiński & Tomasz Schreiber
 2004 Dariusz Buraczewski
 2003 Piotr Śniady
 2002 Adrian Langer
 2001 Grzegorz Zwara
 2000 Krzysztof Oleszkiewicz
 1999 Stanisław Kasjan
 1998 Michał Kwieciński
 1997 Rafał Latała
 1996 Jacek Zienkiewicz
 1995 Piotr Hajłasz & Jerzy Marcinkowski
 1994 Jacek Graczyk
 1993 Waldemar Hebisch
 1992 Zbigniew Jelonek
 1991 Tomasz Łuczak
 1990 Jarosław Wiśniewski
 1989 Adam Parusiński
 1988 Piotr Biler
 1987 Mariusz Lemańczyk
 1986 Krzysztof Ciesielski
 1985 Mariusz Wodzicki
 1984 Piotr Pragacz & Jerzy Weyman
 1983 Józef Przytycki
 1982 Ryszard Frankiewicz
 1981 Feliks Przytycki
Jury
 Piotr Achinger (PTM) 20202023 deputy chairman in 2022
 Iwona Chlebicka (PTM) 20222025  chairman in 2024
 Maciej Dołęga (IMPAN) 20212024
 Mikołaj Frączyk (IMPAN) 20232026
 Joachim Jelisiejew (IMPAN) 20232026
 Jarosław Mederski (IMPAN) 20212024
 Justyna SignerskaRynkowska (PTM) 20242027
 Marcin Sroka (PTM) 20242026
 Anna Szymusiak (PTM) 20222025  deputy chairman in 2024
 Adam Skalski  representative of the IMPAN Director
Rules

The Kazimierz Kuratowski Award for scientific achievements in Mathematics was introduced in 1981 by his daughter Zofia Kuratowska, the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Polish Mathematical Society (PTM). The Award is financed by subsidies allocated to the Award, as well as subsidies contributed by other founders.
The Award is granted only once a year to those who were under 30 years of age before the end of the year preceding the one when the award is granted, and who are laureates neither of PTM awards (excluding awards for young mathematicians), nor of the scientific award of the 3^{rd} Division of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
This period can be extended by no more than three years in case of long (not shorter than 90 days) breaks in scientific activities caused by the family or health reasons. In particular it can be extended by 18 months for each born or adopted child. Break periods mentioned above are not added, if the reasons appeared simultaneously. The final decision regarding the extension belongs to the Jury. The evaluation includes scientific papers of the candidates, both published and accepted for publication.The candidates should fulfill the following two conditions:1) completing undergraduate of graduate studies in Poland, or having a Polish affiliation in the year when they are considered for the award2) having significant connections with the Polish mathematical society, such as research collaboration with the mathematicians based in Poland, participating at conferences/seminars organised by Polish institutions, coorganising conferences taking place in Poland.
The members of the Jury must be under 41 years of age, and are appointed for the period of four years: four members are appointed at the General Meeting of PTM, and the other four – by the Scientific Council of the Institute of Mathematics. Both these institutions change their two members every two years. Moreover, the Jury includes one representative of the Board of Directors of the Institute of Mathematics.

The Jury appoints the President and the Deputy President each year for the next year. Neither of the two functions may be performed twice.

The Jury must treat all laureates of the PTM Award for Young Mathematicians from the period of three preceding years as candidates to the Award. The Jury may, on its own initiative, consider other candidates who meet the requirements mentioned in point 2.

Meeting of the Jury is convened by the President or – in case of his/her absence – the Deputy President. The Jury decides to grant the award before May 1^{st} each year by simple majority in the presence of at least 5 members. In the case of a tie, the decision is made by the President. In special cases – if the President acquaints the members with the papers of candidates – it is possible to pass the vote by correspondence to the President before the meeting of the Jury.

The Kazimierz Kuratowski Award is granted to the laureate during the scientific session of the Polish Mathematical Society. The laureate of the Kazimierz Kuratowski Award is invited to give a talk on the subject of his/her choice during the scientific session of the PTM.
 Amendments to the Rules are approved by those establishing the award.