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2021.03.19

Associate Professor Yu Nakahama was awarded the 2nd Fumiko Yonezawa Memorial Prize of the Physical Society of Japan (JPS).   The JPS has established the “Fumiko Yonezawa Memorial Prize” in 2019 to honor and encourage the activities of woman members of the JPS celebrating the achievements of Professor Yonezawa who made major contributions to physics, such as the development of the coherent potential approximation, and the theory of metal-insulator transition in liquid selenium, and served as the first female president …

News
2021.02.22

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 …

News
2020.10.09

Dr. Tomohiro Abe from the Division of Theoretical Studies won the 15th Seitaro Nakamura Award of the year from the Particle Research Scholarship Foundation. The award named after Dr. Seitaro Nakamura (1913-2007), who had produced substantial researches on theoretical particle physics particularly on two-meson and beta decay, was established in 2006 in order to encourage young researchers for their future endeavors in particle physics and the related field. Awarded Paper: “The effect of the early kinetic decoupling in a fermionic …

Events
2019.12.23

On Monday, December 16, 2019, Quark-Hadron Theory Group (H Lab) and KMI held a special event celebrating that the Prof. Chiho Nonaka was selected as a “particularly outstanding female researcher (who not only excels in research achievements and competence but is also expected to play an active role as a university director or manager in the near future)” by the Gender Equality Promotion Expert Committee of Nagoya University.    Prof. Nonaka gave a talk on her latest research on quark …

News
2019.08.02

Prof. Chiho Nonaka, KMI, was selected to commend as a “particularly outstanding female researcher (who not only excels in research achievements and competence but is also expected to play an active role as a university director or manager in the near future)” by the Gender Equality Promotion Expert Committee of Nagoya University. The Commendation of top leaders among female researchers was one of programs of the MEXT’s Diversity Program – support for Female Researchers at Nagoya University. The commendation ceremony …

News
2018.12.26

Clarivate Analytics has selected Prof. Shin’ichi Nojiri, the director of Division of Theoretical Studies of KMI, as a Highly Cited Researcher in 2018. Highly Cited Researchers represent the world’s leading scientific minds and earn the distinction by writing the greatest number of reports ranked among the top 1% most cited papers for their subject field. The full details are available from the Clarivate Analytics website.

News
2018.09.03

Dr. Atsushi Nishizawa from the Division of Theoretical Studies won the 13th Seitaro Nakamura Award of the year from the Particle Research Scholarship Foundation. The award named after Dr. Seitaro Nakamura (1913-2007), who had produced substantial researches on theoretical particle physics particlularly on two-meson and beta decay, was established in 2006 in order to encourage yound researchers for their future endeavors in particle physics and the related field. The research paper of the award: “Generalized framework for testing gravity with …