Two OU Faculty Members Awarded 19th JSPS Prize
On Thursday, December 15, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science announced the recipients of the 19th JSPS Prize, with two Osaka University faculty members receiving the prize.
The JSPS Prize was established with the aim of developing the level of research in Japan at the world’s highest level by discovering young researchers with outstanding, creative research ability and recognizing their achievements from the early stages of their careers in order to foster their motivation for and support the development of their research.
25 individuals were chosen to receive this award in the fields of humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
The award ceremony for the JSPS Prize will take place in February at the Japan Academy (Tokyo).
affiliation / Position
Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Center for Quantum Information and Quantum Biology, Osaka University; Team Leader, Center for Quantum Computing, RIKEN
Pioneering Researcher on Quantum Computing Theory and Quantum Software for the Realization of Quantum Computers
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University
Reproduction and Control of Physical Surface Texture Using Projection Mapping