Special lecture: Prof. Chiho Nonaka (selected as a Particularly Outstanding Female Researcher)
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 gluon plasma, on-going and future projects on Hadron physics research. As currently serving as the chief of the Gender Equality Committee in the Physical Society of Japan (JPS), Prof. Nonaka introduced the situation of female researchers of JPS members, and activities of the committee including Yonezawa Fumiko memorial award for women in science award.
Learn more about the selection of the Particularly Outstanding Female Researcher here: