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JSCES awards are given to those members who have contributed to level up the standard of research and technology in the field of computational engineering and science. The awards include the JSCES Grand Prize, the JSCES Achievement Award, the Kawai Medal, the Shoji Medal, the Technology Prize, the Outstanding Paper Award, the Young Researcher Paper Award, and the PhD Thesis Award. The JSCES Grand Prize is the highest award among them and is given to the individual for his/her outstanding global contributions in the fields of computational engineering and science. The JSCES Achievement Award are given to the individuals who made meaningful contributions in the field of computational engineering and science. The Kawai Medal, honoring the late Prof. Tadahiko Kawai, the first president of the JSCES, is commended to young researchers under 50 years old who have made outstanding achievements in the field of computational engineering and science. The Shoji Medal, honoring Dr. Mikio Shoji, the second president of the JSCES, is commended to the members who have contributed to the development of computational engineering and science in industrial field. The Technology Prize is given to the members who have developed an outstanding technology in the field of computational engineering and science. The Outstanding Paper Award is given to the authors who wrote an outstanding paper in the transactions of the JSCES. The Young Researcher Paper Award is given to the members (including student members) who are under 40 years old. The PhD Thesis Award is given to the student member who wrote an outstanding PhD Thesis in the field.

As a result of strict examination by the JSCES Awards Committee, the individuals named below were commended for their achievements at the JSCES general assembly meeting. 

List of recipients of the Awards in 2022

The JSCES Grand Prize

Yoon Young KIM(Seoul National University, Korea)

The JSCES Achievement Award

Takahiro YAMADA (Yokohama National University)
Naoki TAKANO (Keio University)

The Kawai Medal

Tomohiro TAKAKI (Kyoto Institute of Technology)

The Shoji Medal

Tomoharu SARUWATARI (JSOL Corporation)

The Outstanding Paper Award

Takeki YAMAMOTO (Hiroshima University), Takahiro YAMADA (Yokohama National University), Kazumi MATSUI (Yokohama National University)
"Application of block Newton method to elastoplastic problems under plane stress state" (Transactions of JSCES, Paper No.20210021)

The Technology Prize

Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
"Surface Crack Analysis Program (SCANP)"
Makoto ONODERA, Takashi HAMAGUCHI (Hitachi Ltd.)
"Design Insight CAD technology enabling automatic checking of defect potential at the design stage"

The Young Researcher Paper Award

Riichi SUGAI (Tohoku University)
"Application of extended B-spline-based implicit material point method to elastoplastic problems" (Transactions of JSCES, Paper No.20210022)
Reika NOMURA (Tohoku University)
"Real-time tsunami risk evaluation method by synthetic dynamics and Bayesian updated" (Transactions of JSCES, Paper No.20220003)

The Young Technical Researcher Award

Yasutomo KANETSUKI(Software Cradle Co., Ltd.)
"Cradle XR"

The PhD Thesis Award

Tokimasa SHIMADA (Kobe University)
"Eulerian Unified Formulation Using Lagrangian Marker Particles for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems"
Daniel Shigueo MORIKAWA (Kyushu University)
"Toward robust landslide simulations from initiation to post-failure using the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics"