Nonlinear Science and Complexity Conference Series Awards

To promote research and development in nonlinear science and engineering fields, Nonlinear Dynamics and Complexity conference series set four awards

Lagrange Award (2008-present)

For lifetime achievement in Nonlinear Physical Science

Nail Ibragimov (Sweden), 2008
Lev A. Ostrovsky (USA), 2010
Valentin Afraimovich (Mexico), 2012
Valery I. Klyatskin (Russia), 2014
José Roberto Castilho Piqueira (Brazil), 2016
Pierre Collet (France), 2018
Vladimir Nekorkin (Russia), 2020
Paul Clavin (France), 2020-2021

James Yorke (USA), 2021
Jürgen Kurths (Germany),2022
Leon O. Chua (USA), 2023
Celso Grebogi (UK), 2023
Edward Ott (USA), 2023

G.M. Zaslavsky Award (2010-present)

For breakthrough achievement in Nonlinear Physical Science

Thomas Solomon (USA), 2010
Raoul Nigmatullin (Russia), 2012
Sergey Prants (Russia), 2014
Mark Edelman (USA), 2016
Xavier Leoncini (France), 2018
Dimitri Volchenkov (USA), 2020
Edgardo Ugalde (Mexico), 2020-2021
Jian-Qiao Sun (USA), 2021
Yury Stepanyants (Australia),2022
Victor Shrira (UK), 2023
Vakhtang Putkaradze (Canada), 2023

V. Afraimovich Award (2020-present)

For outstanding young scholars in Nonlinear Physical Science

Vitali Vougalter (Canada), 2020
Ivan Ovsyannikov (Germany), 2020-2021
Nikolay V. Kuznetsov (Russia), 2021
Michael Small (Australia),2022
Edson Denis Leonel (Brazil), 2023

C.S. Hsu Award (2020-present)

For distinguished scholars in Nonlinear Dynamics and Control

Miguel A. F. Sanjuán (Spain), 2020
C. Steve Suh (USA), 2020
Marat Akhmet (Turkey), 2021
Michal Fečkan (Slovakia), 2022
Oliver Schütze (Mexico),2022
Tassilo Kuepper (Germany), 2023
Dumitru Baleanu (Turkey), 2023