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College of Science and Engineering’s Professor YAMAZAKI Ryo Receives Award at JPS 25th Outstanding Paper Awards
An academic paper written by Professor YAMAZAKI Ryo (Department of Physics and Mathematics, College of Science and Engineering) and colleagues on the relationship between supernova remnants and cosmic radiation received The Physical Society of Japan (JPS) Outstanding Paper Award at the 25th Outstanding Paper Awards held on Saturday, January 11, 2020. Papers were selected by the 645th JPS Governing Board. The winning paper by YAMAZAKI's team was titled "Can we explain AMS-02 antiproton and positron excesses simultaneously by nearby supernovae without pulsars or dark matter?"
The JPS Outstanding Paper Award is given in recognition of researchers who make important contributions toward advancements in the field of physics. YAMAZAKI and colleagues received the award for their highly influential efforts in the field of astrophysics as well as particle physics and other related fields.
A commendation ceremony will be held on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at Toyota Auditorium on Nagoya University's Higashiyama Campus.