Applied Mathematics Prize
The 2022 Applied Mathematics Prize
The Applied Mathematics Prize was established in April 2022 to honor researchers who have made outstanding
in applied mathematics and to promote the exchange and development of the entire field.
The Prize for Excellent Young Applied Mathematicians, established in September 2013, has been incorporated into the Applied Mathematics Prize and will continue to be awarded to those of age below 35 who have obtained outstanding results in the field of Applied Mathematics.
The 2022 prizes were awarded to the following researchers.
The Applied Mathematics Prize
- Shinichiro Ei (Professor, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University)
- Contraction method and the applications for nonlinear partial differential systems
The Prize for Excellent Young Applied Mathematicians
- Noboru Isobe (Ph.D. student, first year, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
- Variational formulations of continuous infinite layer deep neural networks and existence results
- Daisuke Kawagoe (Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University)
- Discontinuities of solutions to the stationary radiative transport equation for optical tomography
- Sho Kubota (JSPS Research Fellow (PD), Faculty of Engineering, Yokohama National University)
- On symmetric spectra of Hermitian adjacency matrices for non-bipartite mixed graphs
- Akiyoshi Tsuchiya (Lecturer, Faculty of Science, Toho University)
- A ring theoretical characterization of perfectly contractile graphs