Update: 2024/11/14
Research
Prizes and Awards
MSJ Spring Prize
2022 
Neal Bez 
“Study of inequalities in geometric analysis and partial differential equations” 
MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize
2018 
Johannes Jaerisch 
“Research on ergodic theory and its intensive applications to various fields” 
2008 
Jun Kato 
MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers
2018 
Yusuke Nakamura 
“Studies of minimal log discrepancy and the minimal model theory over a finite field” 
2017 
Yuki Arano 
“Studies of operator algebraic quantum groups” 
2004 
Hidekazu Furusho 
“Study of padic multiple zeta values” 
Ryo Takahashi 
“Homological studies on Cohen–Macaulay rings” 
2003 
Tomomi Kawamura 
MSJ Algebra Prize
2020 
Ryo Takahashi 
“Subcategories of module categories of commutative rings” 
2014 
Hidekazu Furusho 
“Studies on Grothendieck–Teichmüller theory and multiple zeta values” 
1999 
Kazuhiro Fujiwara 
“Study on arithmetic geometry” 
MSJ Analysis Prize
2015 
Mitsuru Sugimoto 
“Harmonic analysis for modulation and related spaces and smoothing estimates for partial differential equations of dispersive type” 
2007 
Toshiaki Hishida 
“New development of FujitaKato theory for NavierStokes equations” 
2005 
Nobuo Yoshida 
“Research on models in statistical physics by means of stochastic analysis” 
MSJ Geometry Prize
2004 
Shin Nayatani 
“Construction of invariant metrics in the ideal boundaries of real and complex hyperbolic spaces” 
IEEE Information Theory Society Paper Award
2011 
Masahito Hayashi 
“Information spectrum approach to secondorder coding rate in channel coding” 
Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists
2006 
Hidekazu Furusho 
“padic multiple polylogarithms and the padic KZ equation” 
Ryogo Kubo Memorial Prize
2011 
Taro Nagao 
“Random matrix theory and its applications to physics” 
Japan Academy Medal
2016 
Masahito Hayashi 
“Information theory and quantum information theory for finitecodinglength” 
JSPS Prize
2015 
Masahito Hayashi 
“Information theory and quantum information theory for finitecodinglength” 
Nishinomiya–Yukawa Memorial Awards
ISSAC 2014 Distinguished Paper Award
Programming Languages Software Award
2023 
Jacques Garrigue 
“Implementation of the programming language OCaml” 
Daiwa Adrian Prize (for UK–Japan teams)
Niels Bohr Professorship
Ericsson Best Student Award
Young Scientists’ Prize
2020 
Neal Bez 
“Interactions between multilinear harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, and geometric analysis” 
Young Scientists' Prize (The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)
2020 
Johannes Jaerisch 
“Research on ergodic theory and its intensive applications to various fields” 
2018 
Hiroshi Hirai 
“Research on theory and algorithm of discrete optimization” 
2006 
Tetsuya Shiromizu 
JMSJ Outstanding Paper Prize
2018 
Neal Bez 
“On sharp bilinear Strichartz estimates of Ozawa–Tsutsumi type” 
Takebe Katahiro Prize
2014 
Neal Bez 
“Study of various inequalities appearing in harmonic analysis and PDE” 
SITA Encouragement Award
Kirkman Medal
2008 
Futaba FujieOkamoto 
Research Award
Challenging Research Award
Fellows
Fellow of the American Mathematical Society, Inaugural Class
Clay Senior Scholar
IEEE Fellow
2017 
Masahito Hayashi 
for contributions to Shannon theory, informationtheoretic security, and quantum information theory 
IMS Fellow
2022 
Masahito Hayashi 
for deep and influential contributions to quantum statistics and quantum information theory 
Foreign Member
