Update: 2020/04/09
Research
Recent Recipients
2020
2020 Annual Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (March 16–19, 2020 / Canceled)
Prof. R. Takahashi

 MSJ Algebra Prize
 Ryo Takahashi (Associate Professor)
 Subcategories of module categories of commutative rings
2019
Prof. T. Hisamoto

 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize
 Tomoyuki Hisamoto (Assitant Professor)
 Studies on the stability and existence of special Kähler metrics on polarized manifolds
Prof. Y. Suzuki

 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers
 Yuhei Suzuki (Assitant Professor)
 Studies on operator algebras arising from topological dynamical systems
2018
Prof. O. Iyama

 35th Inoue Prize for Science (Inoue Foundation for Science)
 Osamu Iyama (Professor)
 Algebra representation (categorical approach)
2017
Prof. M. Hayashi

 IEEE Fellow
 Masahito Hayashi (Professor)
 for contributions to Shannon theory, informationtheoretic security, and quantum information theory
2016
 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers
 Yuta Wakasugi (JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow)
 Studies on the asymptotic behavior of solutions to damped wave equations
2015
Prof. M. Hayashi

 12th (FY2015) Japan Academy Medal
 Masahito Hayashi (Professor)
 “Information theory and quantum information theory for finitecodinglength”
Prof. M. Hayashi

 12th (FY2015) JSPS Prize
 Masahito Hayashi (Professor)
 “Information theory and quantum information theory for finitecodinglength”
2015 Autumn Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (September 13–16, 2015)
Prof. M. Sugimoto

 MSJ Analysis Prize
 Mitsuru Sugimoto (Professor)
 “Harmonic analysis for modulation and related spaces and smoothing estimates for partial differential equations of dispersive type”
2014
Prof. T. Ohsawa

 Stefan Bergman Prize (American Mathematical Society)
 Takeo Ohsawa (Professor)
About
Takeo Ohsawa is recognized for his deep contributions to the theory of the ∂equation leading to precise L^{2}estimates for extensions of holomorphic functions from submanifolds of a complex manifold. His work has led to important advances in a wide variety of areas, including local structure of plurisubharmonic functions, invariance of plurigenera, multiplier ideal sheaves, and estimates for the Bergman kernel.
2014 Annual Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (March 15–18, 2014)
Prof. H. Furusho

 MSJ Algebra Prize
 Hidekazu Furusho (Associate Professor)
 “Studies on Grothendieck–Teichmüller theory and multiple zeta values”
2013
2013 Autumn Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (September 24–27, 2013)
Prof. K. Nagao

 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize
 Kentaro Nagao (Assistant Professor)
 “Donaldson–Thomas theory and cluster algebras”
2012
Prof. L. Hesselholt (3rd from the left), Danish Minister for Sci., Innov. & Higher Edu. (left), Director of Danish Nat. Res. Found. (right)

 Niels Bohr Professorship (by Danish National Research Foundation)
 Lars Hesselholt (Professor)
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Y. Yonezawa

 Inoue Research Awards for Young Scientists (by Inoue Foundation for Science)
 Yasuyoshi Yonezawa (Instructor)
 “Quantum (sl_{n}, ∧ V_{n}) link invariant and matrix factorizations”
2012 Autumn Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (September 18–21, 2012)
Prof. S. Ma

 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers
 Shohei Ma (Assistant Professor)
 “Study of moduli spaces of K3 surfaces”
2012 Annual Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (March 26–29, 2012)
Prof. S. Kondo

 MSJ Algebra Prize
 Shigeyuki Kondo (Professor)
Prof. L. Hesselholt

 Foreign Member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters

 Lars Hesselholt (Professor)
2011
Prof. T. Nagao

 15th Ryogo Kubo Memorial Prize (by Inoue Foundation for Science)
 Taro Nagao (Professor)
 “Random matrix theory and its applications to physics”
2010
Prof. O. Iyama

 7th (FY2010) JSPS Prize
 Osamu Iyama (Professor)
 “Representation theory of orders”
2010 Annual Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (March 24–27, 2010)
Prof. O. Iyama

 MSJ Spring Prize
 Osamu Iyama (Professor)
 “Studies on representations of finitedimensional algebras and Cohen–Macaulay modules”
2008
2008 Autumn Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (September 24–27, 2008)
Prof. J. Kato

 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize
 Jun Kato (Associate Professor)
2008 Annual Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (September 23–26, 2008)
Prof. O. Iyama

 MSJ Algebra Prize
 Osamu Iyama (Associate Professor)
2007
Prof. Y. Kimura

 American Physical Society Fellow
 Yoshifumi Kimura (Professor)
Citation: For contributions to the development of our understanding of turbulent flows and the dispersion of scalars in a variety of geophysical settings through the numerical simulations and a comparison of these to theory and experiment. Nominated by: Fluid Dynamics (DFD)
Prof. O. Iyama

 The 1st International Conferences on Representations of Algebras (ICRA) Award
 Osamu Iyama (Associate Professor)
 “Higher theory for almost split sequences and Auslander correspondence, and his subsequent work on Calabi–Yau categories”
2006
Prof. H. Furusho

 Inoue Research Awards for Young Scientists (Inoue Foundation for Science)
 Hidekazu Furusho (Assistant Professor)
 “padic multiple polylogarithms and the padic KZ equation”
2005
2005 Autumn Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (September 19–22, 2005)
Prof. K. Nakanishi

 MSJ Analysis Prize
 Kenji Nakanishi (Associate Professor)
 “Energy concentration, and asymptotic analysis of nonlinear waves”
2005 Annual Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (March 27–30, 2005)
Prof. K. Matsumoto

 MSJ Algebra Prize
 Kohji Matsumoto (Professor)
 “Studies on analytic behaviour of zetafunctions”
2004
2004 Autumn Meeting of Mathematical Society of Japan (Octover 19–22, 2004)
Prof. S. Nayatani

 MSJ Geometry Prize
 Shin Nayatani (Associate professor)
 “Construction of invariant metrics in the ideal boundaries of real and complex hyperbolic spaces”
Dr. T. Arakawa and Prof. H. Furusho (from left to right)


 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize
 Tomoyuki Arakawa (COE researcher)
 “Resolution of FrenkelKacWakimoto conjecture”
 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers
 Hidekazu Furusho (Assistant professor)
 “Study of padic multiple zeta values”
