# MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prizes

## The 2024 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prizes

The 2024 MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prizes are awarded to the following members of MSJ.

### MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize

- Yuki Hirano (Institute of Engineering, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
- Study of derived categories of coherent sheaves and related triangulated categories
- Takahisa Inui (Graduate School of Science, Osaka University)
- Studies on global dynamics for solutions to nonlinear dispersive equations
- Tsukasa Ishibashi (Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University)
- Teichmüller theory based on cluster algebras
- Stefan Junk (Faculty of Science, Gakushuin University)
- Research on polymer models in random environments

### MSJ Takebe Katahiro Prize for Encouragement of Young Researchers

- Norihiro Hanihara (Graduate School of Mathematics, Kyushu University)
- Morita Theorem for Calabi-Yau triangulated categories and Cohen-Macaulay representation theory
- Masafumi Hattori (Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University)
- Generalization of the theory of K-stability and construction of the K-moduli of Calabi-Yau fiber spaces
- Hiroshi Ishimoto (Osaka Central Advanced Mathematical Institute)
- Automorphic forms of metaplectic groups and Shimura type correspondence
- Akihiro Miyagawa (Department of Mathematics, University of California San Diego)
- The analysis of q-deformation and rational functions in free probability theory
- Ryosuke Shimizu (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University)
- Study of Sobolev spaces on metric spaces via quasiconformal geometry
- Hiroshi Tsuji (Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University)
- Geometric and analytic inequalities in convex geometry

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the MSJ established above mentioned prizes named after Katahiro Takebe (1644-1739) --- a prominent mathematician in Japan who was a disciple of Seki Takakazu and was noted for his creation of charts for the values of trigonometric functions. The Takebe Prize is set up for young researchers who have obtained outstanding results, and the Encouragement Prize is intended for young mathematicians who are deemed to have begun promising careers in research by obtaining significant results.