Prof. Nakahama received the Silver Award of Toshiko Yuasa Prize
Prof. Nakahama received the Silver Award of Toshiko Yuasa Prize in recognition of contribution to study of new physics using particle accelerators. The award ceremony was held online by Ochanomizu University on Monday, February 15, 2021.
I am very honoured to receive the Toshiko Yuasa award for international female researchers in physics. I greatly appreciate the continuous support of my colleagues in KMI, N-lab, the LHC-ATLAS experiment and my family. In the interdisciplinary & international research environments at KMI, I could make several research achievements. I keep progressing with physics research in order to discover New Physics. (Prof. Nakahama, KMI)
As one of the “Ochanomizu University Prize,” the Toshiko Yuasa Award was established in honor of Dr. Toshiko Yuasa’s contributions to the natural sciences and related fields, in cooperation with the Toshiko Yuasa Laboratory (TYL), which is operated by KEK as a joint Japanese-French project.
About the Prize (Japanese) : https://www.ocha.ac.jp/danjo/op/ytp/yuasa_toshiko_prize.html