Japan Society for the Promotion of Science praises and supports the achievements of young, creative researchers under the age of 45. Associate Professor Masami Ouchi (2018) of the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Kyoto University Twenty-five people were selected, including Professor Hisashi Kashima (42) of the Graduate School of Informatics.The award ceremony will be held on February 43, 25 at the Japan Academy in Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo.

 According to the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Associate Professor Ouchi has achieved results in early space observation research using Lyman alpha radiators, and Professor Kashima has achieved results in the development of machine learning methods for advancing a wide variety of data analysis that supports artificial intelligence. I raised it.
Professor Hiroe Miyake (43) of the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, the University of Tokyo is standardizing strong vibration prediction methods for mitigating earthquake disasters, and Professor Takeshi Fukuma (41) of the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Kanazawa University is highly Tetsuya Matsubayashi (40), an associate professor of the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, Osaka University, was able to analyze the conditions under which the representative democracy works and its social effects.

 The judging committee examined the achievements of 148 candidates from the previous year, 266 institutional recommendations, and 16 individual recommendations, for a total of 426, and selected the winners.

 The other winners are the following (in alphabetical order, age as of April 2018, 4).

reference:[Japan Society for the Promotion of Science] List of winners of the 15th (30) Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Award

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