Update: 2023/08/29
Research
Recent Recipients
2023
 Frontiers of Science Awards (International Congress of Basic Science; Jun. 2023)
 Minoru Hirose (Designated Assistant Professor (YLC))
 “Iterated integrals on $P^1 \setminus \{0, 1, \infty, z\}$ and a class of relations among multiple zeta values”

(This award was jointly received with Nobuo Sato (National Taiwan University)

Frontiers of Science Awards [International Congress of Basic Science site]
2022
 2022 IMS Fellow (Institute of Mathematical Statistics; Apr. 2022)
 Masahito Hayashi (Professor)
 “For deep and influential contributions to quantum statistics and quantum information theory”

2022 IMS Fellows Announced [IMS site]
2021
2020
 Young Scientists’ Prize (Commendation for Science and Technology by Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; Apr. 2020)
 Johannes Jaerisch (Associate Professor)
 “Research on ergodic theory and its intensive applications to various fields”

List of Prize Winners [MEXT site] [in Japanese]
 MSJ Algebra Prize (2020 MSJ Spring Meeting; Mar. 2020)
 Ryo Takahashi (Associate Professor)
 “Subcategories of module categories of commutative rings”

MSJ Algebra Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
2019
2018
2017
 IEEE Fellow (IEEE IT Society; Jan. 2017)
 Masahito Hayashi (Professor)
 “For contributions to Shannon theory, informationtheoretic security, and quantum information theory”

IEEE Fellows [IEEE Information Theory Society site]
2016
2015
 MSJ Analysis Prize (2015 MSJ Autumn Meeting; Sep. 2015)
 Mitsuru Sugimoto (Professor)
 “Harmonic analysis for modulation and related spaces and smoothing estimates for partial differential equations of dispersive type”

MSJ Analysis Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
 Stefan Bergman Prize (AMS; Jan. 2015)
 Takeo Ohsawa (Professor)

About: Takeo Ohsawa is recognized for his deep contributions to the theory of the $\overline{\partial}$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.

Stefan Bergman Prize Year:2014 [AMS site]
2014
 MSJ Algebra Prize (2014 MSJ Spring Meeting; Mar. 2014)
 Hidekazu Furusho (Associate Professor)
 “Studies on Grothendieck–Teichmüller theory and multiple zeta values”

MSJ Algebra Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
2013
Prof. L. Hesselholt (3rd from the left), Danish Minister for Sci., Innov. & Higher Edu. (left), Director of Danish Nat. Res. Found. (right)
2012
 MSJ Algebra Prize (2012 MSJ Spring Meeting; Mar. 2012)
 Shigeyuki Kondo (Professor)
 “Geometry of K3 surface and automorphic form”

MSJ Algebra Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
2011
2010
2008
 MSJ Algebra Prize (2008 Spring Meeting; Mar. 2008)
 Osamu Iyama (Associate Professor)
 “Studies on higherdimensional Auslander–Reiten theory”

MSJ Algebra Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
 Young Scientists’ Prize (Commendation for Science and Technology by Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; Mar. 2008)
 Fujino Osamu (Associate Professor)
 “studies on birational geometry of higherdimensional manifolds”

2007
 American Physical Society Fellow (APS; Oct. 2007)
 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)
2006
2005
 MSJ Analysis Prize (2005 MSJ Autumn Meeting; Sep. 2005)
 Kenji Nakanishi (Associate Professor)
 “Energy concentration, and asymptotic analysis of nonlinear waves”

MSJ Analysis Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
 MSJ Algebra Prize (2005 MSJ Spring Meeting; Mar. 2005)
 Kohji Matsumoto (Professor)
 “Studies on analytic behaviour of zetafunctions”

MSJ Algebra Prize [MSJ site] [in Japanese]
2004
 MSJ Geometry Prize (2004 MSJ Autumn Meeting; Sep. 2004)
 Shin Nayatani (Associate professor)
 “Construction of invariant metrics in the ideal boundaries of real and complex hyperbolic spaces”

MSJ Geometry Prize [MSJ Geometry Section site]
