Kodaira Kunihiko Prize
The Mathematical Society of Japan has set up Kodaira Kunihiko Prize
with the aim of honoring the members of the Mathematical Society of Japan
who made excellent lifetime achievements on mathematics.
Received bequest money from the late Mr. Takao Okada, and respecting
the will of the deceased, this prize is aimed at implementing projects
that contribute to the promotion of mathematics.
Awards are given every four years.
The 1st Kodaira Kunihiko Prize
- Hiroshi FUJITA (Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo)
- Study of functional analytic methods in nonlinear partial differential equations
- Hitoshi ISHII (Research Fellow, Tsuda University / Professor Emeritus, Waseda University)
- Viscosity solution theory for fully nonlinear partial differential equations
- Toshikazu SUNADA (Professor, Meiji University / Professor Emeritus, Tohoku University)
- Study on geometric analysis and related fields
- Shigefumi MORI (Director-General, Distinguished Professor, Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study)
- Birational classification of algebraic varieties