It is recommended not to include acknowledgement page to the thesis if you have only one person to thank.
When you write a thesis it involves a lot of hard work and effort. It is only natural to acknowledge the people who made it possible.
Instead, your thesis acknowledgement is a concise vote of thanks, which simply mentions those people who have been directly involved in the thesis creation.
There is also no need to mention all those people who took part in the writer’s formation as a scientist, a thinker, and a researcher – beginning with the nursery school teachers and parents.
When the authors ask for a dedication to be placed in their paper, a request that is frequently of significant emotional importance to them, then this necessitates a query to them (at manuscript stage).
You must explain to them that APS does not use dedications and that the statement will be removed.
Authors cannot thank each other in the Acknowledgements.
This includes expressing their continuing respect and admiration of a deceased co-author (for more information, see Deceased Author Footnote).
The authors may want to thank anyone who had helpful discussions with them or contributed less tangible concepts.
This is also where the authors may indicate that the results of this study were presented in another form, such as a poster or abstract or at a symposium.