The 2017 MSJ Prize for Exellent Applied Mathematicians

The MSJ Prize for Excellent Young Applied Mathematicians was founded in 2013. The Prize is awarded to those of age below 40 who have obtained outstanding results in the field of Applied Mathematics.

The 2017 prizes were awarded to the following researchers.

Hirotake Kurihara (Associate Professor, Department of Creative Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu College)
On the Euclidean distortion of distance-regular graphs
Naoto Nakano (Program-Specific Senior Lecturer, Institute for Liberal Arts and Sciences, Kyoto University)
Data-driven dynamical reconstruction: Mathematical analysis for delay and derivative embeddings
Ayuki Sekisaka (Post Doctor, Organization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Properties, Meiji University)
Motion of spots on the curved surface
Shin'ya Uchiumi (Research Associate, School of Fundamental Science and Engineering, Waseda University)
Numerical computation of high-Reynolds-number flows by a pressure-stabilized FEM with higher-order elements

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