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MIMS Mimura Award

 The principal mission of Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences (MIMS) is to promote interdisciplinary research based on mathematical modeling and analysis. The Mimura Prize, founded in 2017, is now one of our major promotional activities of MIMS.

 This prize honors researchers who have made significant contributions in the mathematical sciences, especially those which deepen our understanding of phenomena through mathematical modeling and analysis, and thereby call attention to the importance of mathematical viewpoints in the study of nature and society. Every year, we select a small number of prize-winners and hold an award ceremony followed by lectures from the awardees.

 The Mimura Prize is awarded not only to leading researchers whose outstanding achievements have significantly impacted their research fields, but also possibly to relatively younger researchers who have made remarkable contributions in the mathematical sciences and whose research has great potential for further important development.

 The award ceremony for the 2020 Mimura Prize will be held online.


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2020 MIMS Mimura Award winners:

Kunihiko Kaneko
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Professor

Sungrim Seirin-Lee
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima University, Professor




2020 Award ceremony and lectures

 Date: December 23, 2020
 Online Webinar

Program:

  1. 14:30-14:50 Award ceremony

  2. 15:00-15:50 Lecture 1,
    Sungrim Seirin-Lee

    "Pattern Formation and My Life in Mathematical Biology"

  3. 16:00-16:50 Lecture 2,
    Kunihiko Kaneko

    "Mathematical Science for Universal Biology: Dynamical Systems Approach"


  4. 17:00-17:45 Celebratory Gathering
              (Online meeting)

  5. * Lectures are given in Japanese.




2019 MIMS Mimura Award winners:

Kazuyuki Aihara
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo,
Deputy Director, International Research Center for Neurointelligence, The University of Tokyo

Takashi Sakajo
Department of mathematics, Kyoto University,
Project professor, Liaison Center in Mathematics, RIMS, Kyoto University,
Senior Visiting Scientist, RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program (iTHEMS),
Research Supervisor, PRESTO Research Area "Elucidating mathematical structures in real/ virtual world objects and their utilization", Japan Science and Technology, Japan




2019 Award ceremony and lectures

 Date: December 21st, 2019
 Venue: 5F Hall at Low-rise Wing, Nakano Campus, Meiji University

Program:

  1. 15:30-15:50 Award ceremony

  2. 16:00-16:50 Lecture 1,
    Takashi Sakajo,

    "Describing Flow Phenomena with Mathematical Sciences"

  3. 17:10-18:00 Lecture 2,
    Kazuyuki Aihara,

    "A Perspective of Mathematical Modeling for Complex Systems"


    * Registration and participation fee are not required.
    * Lectures are given in Japanese.



2018 MIMS Mimura Award winners:

 Ryo Kobayashi
  (Department of Mathematical and Life Sciences,
  Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University)

 Hiroshi Suito
  
(Advanced Institute for Materials Research,
  Tohoku University)




2018 Award ceremony and lectures

 Date: December 22nd, 2018
 Venue: Room No. 311, Nakano Campus, Meiji University

Program:

  1. 15:30-15:50 Award ceremony

  2. 16:00-16:50 Lecture 1,
    Hiroshi Suito,

    "An Alliance of Mathematical Science and Clinical Medicine"

  3. 17:10-18:00 Lecture 2,
    Ryo Kobayashi,

    "Locomotion of Animals, Design of Robots and Mathematics"


    * Registration and participation fee are not required.
    * Lectures are given in Japanese.



2017 MIMS Mimura Award winners:

 Yasumasa Nishiura
  (Tohoku University
Advanced Institute for Materials Research(AIMR))

 Atsushi Mochizuki
  
(Theoretical Biology Laboratory, RIKEN)




2017 Award ceremony and lectures

 Date: December 22nd, 2017
 Venue: Room No. 311, Nakano Campus, Meiji University

Program:

  1. 15:30-15:50 Award ceremony

  2. 16:00-16:50 Lecture 1,
    Atsushi Mochizuki,

    "Structural theories for determining dynamical behaviors of biological network systems"

  3. 17:10-18:00 Lecture 2,
    Yasumasa Nishiura,

    "Mathematics of Patterns"


    * Registration and participation fee are not required.
    * Lectures are given in Japanese.

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