|Country of origin||Italy|
|Fiction genres||academic, scientific|
Aracne is an Italian publishing company, founded in 1993 by Gioacchino Onorati and specialized in academic and scientific literature.
It is the only Italian publishing company that does not require exclusive rights for its publications. Aracne publishes both paper books and ebooks, most of them in Italian, although a considerable number of works is published in English. It uses the peer review as an evaluation system.
Aracne is a member of the programme for the Evaluation of the Quality of Research of the ANVUR, institution of the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research.
The Reinhold Baer Prize  is a mathematics award, annually granted jointly by the no-profit association AGTA - Advances in Group Theory and Applications and Aracne for outstanding PhD theses in group theory and its applications. The award is named after the German algebraist Reinhold Baer.
The laureate is presented with a pecuniary prize of EUR1,000.
|Year||Laureate(s)||Image||Citizenship(s)||Institution(s)[a]||Title of the thesis|
|2017 ||Urban Jezernik||Winner||Slovenia||University of Ljubljana||Universal Commutator Relations|
|Carolina Vallejo Rodriguez||Special Mention||Spain||University of Valencia||Characters, correspondences and fields of values of finite groups|
|2018 ||Gareth Tracey||Winner||Ireland||University of Warwick||Minimal generation of transitive permutation groups|
|Geoffrey Janssens||Special Mention||Belgium||Vrije Universiteit Brussel||Identities of Affine Algebras and their Asymptotic Behaviour|
|2019 ||Not assigned||Winner|
|Not assigned||Special Mention|
|2020 ||Florian Eisele||Winner (ex aequo)||United Kingdom||City University of London||Minimal generation of transitive permutation groups|
|Leo Margolis||Winner (ex aequo)||Italy||Vrije Universiteit Brussel||Minimal generation of transitive permutation groups|
|Hangyang Meng||Special Mention||China||Universitat de Valencia||Regular orbits of actions of finite soluble groups|
a Institutions mentioned above refer to the institutions where the laureates obtained their PhD.