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2009 Analysis Prize

The 2009 Analysis Prize has been awarded to the following members of MSJ.

Tatsuo Nishitani (Osaka University)
The study of C wellposedness for the non-effectively hyperbolic operators
Hiroaki Aikawa (Hokkaido University)
Research on potential theory on non-smooth domains
Takayoshi Ogawa (Tohoku University)
Real analysis and its applications to the nonlinear partial differential equations in the critical function spaces

The Analysis Prize has been awarded to TATSUO NISHITANI of Osaka university, for his contributions to the study of C well-posedness for the non-effectively hyperbolic operators and in particular recent development of the C and of the Gevrey 5 class well-posedness under the Levi condition and Gevrey 3 or 4 class well-posedness without it, to HIROAKI AIKAWA of Hokkaido University for his contributions to the developments of potential theory on non-smooth domains and in particular for his works on characterizing geometric property of domains in terms of behavior of harmonic functions and harmonic measures, and to TAKAYOSHI OGAWA of Tohoku University for his contributions to real analysis and its applications to the nonlinear partial differential equations in the critical function spaces and in particular for his end point estimates of the heat semigroup in the Hardy-Besov spaces which clarifies local and global well-posedness of the 2D drift-diffusion equation.

The detail of the Prize is online.

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