Simon A. Levin Receives 2014 Luca Pacioli Prize
The Ca’ Foscari University of Venice has awarded Simon A. Levin the “2014 Luca Pacioli Prize”. The Prize is named after Luca Pacioli da Sansepolcro, one of the leading figures of the Italian Renaissance and a founding father of the modern disciplines of geometry and accounting. The Pacioli Prize is conferred to internationally renowned scholars who have developed a deep-rooted interdisciplinary approach. Professor Levin will receive the prize in Venice at a date to be determined.