Dr Kenji Furuya won the Best Researcher Award 2019 of the Japanese Society of Planetary Science, JSPS. You can see the details from the URLs belows (written in Japanese).

https://www.wakusei.jp/~bestpr/for_all/prize/bestpr-2019/review-research.html

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NAOJ Workshop “Stellar Alchemy to Galactic Archeology”
  Website : https://sites.google.com/view/rp2020

<date> 26 Oct. (Mon) – 29 Oct. (Th) 2020

<Venue> Mitaka (NAOJ), but mainly via online

<Language> Japanese and English (welcome)

<Participation Fee> Free

<Registration> deadline: 23 Oct (Fri),
but *19 Oct (Mon)* if you want to give a presentation
  (Online poster presentation is also planned.)
https://sites.google.com/view/rp2020/registration

<Scope>

Since Aug 2017, following the first detection of GW from
an NS-NS merger, understanding on NS mergers as origin of
r-process nuclei has been progressing. The observation of
“kilonova/macronova” tells us detailed physical properties
on the r-process production site. The impacts are not limited
in nucleosynthesis studies, seeking the cosmic origin of “gold.”
It expands into a broader range of astrophysics related
to stellar evolution and explosions, compact objects
and evolution of galaxies.

In this Workshop, the 3rd revision of “r-process Workshop series”
started from 2018, we will focus on the evolution of galaxies
as well as on stellar r-process nucleosynthesis. Together with
the world-leading researchers from several disciplines,
including observational and theoretical astrophysics,
we discuss several aspects of the nucleosynthesis and
galactic evolution. Fundamental physical processes of
nucleosynthesis are also discussed.

<Theme>
– cosmic nucleosynthesis
– stellar evolution and supernovae
– high-energy astrophysics
– formation and evolution of galaxies
– nuclear astrophysics
– database (nuclear date, stellar abundance data etc.)

<Invited Speakers (and topic)>

M. Chiba (Tohoku U)
S. Fujibayashi (AEI, MPI)
R. Hirai (Monash U)
K. Hotokezaka (RESCEU, U Tokyo)
S. Inoue (RIKEN)
N. Imai (CNS, U Tokyo)
M. Ishigaki (NAOJ)
T. Kuroda (AEI, MPI)
H. Liang (U Tokyo)
T. Matsuno (Groningen U)
S. Nishimura (RIKEN)
T. Okamoto (Hokkaido U)
M. Ouchi (NAOJ/U Tokyo)
T. Suda (TUT)
T. Takeuchi (Nagoya U)
N. Tominaga (Kohan U)
T. Yokoyama (Tokyo Tech)
S. Wanajo (AEI, MPI)

<Organizers>
W. Aoki (NAOJ), K. Hayashi (Tohoku U), Y. Hirai (RIKEN),
K. Kyutoku (Kyoto U), N. Nishimura (RIKEN, Chair),
T. Takiwaki (NAOJ), M. Tanaka (Tohoku U), T. Tsujimoto (NAOJ)

<Supports>
 – NAOJ (main sponsor)
 – RIBF Theory Forum
 – JICFuS

<Contact>
Feel free to ask via the inquiry form (website)
or e-mail to nobuya.nishimura _at_ riken.jp
if you have any questions.

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Hideaki Takemura, Yuta Yamazaki, and Misako Tatsuuma received the prizes at 50th Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics that was held from August 20 to August 27, through online. Mr Takemura is a third-year student in the master course at SOKENDAI. He won the first prize of the Oral Award in his session. Mr Yamazaki is a first-year student in the doctor course at the University of Tokyo. He won the second prize of the Oral Award in his session. Ms Tatsuuma a second-year student in the doctoral course at the University of Tokyo. She won the third prize of the Oral Award in her session.

Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics takes place annually and many young Japanese astronomers and astrophysicists present their research. In this year, over 300 scientists were gathering and discussed many topics.

Hideaki Takemura presented his study about ‘Revealing the Star Formation Scenario with CMFs in Orion A’ in the Stars and Planets Formation Session.

Yuta Yamazaki presented his study about ‘Stochastic GCE modelings to study the Dispersion of Elemental Abundance Distributions’ in the Galaxy Session.

Misako Tatsuuma presented her study about ‘Rotational Disruption of Porous Dust Aggregates due to Gas Flow in Protoplanetary Disks’ in the Star & Planet Formation Session.

(September, 2020)

Oral Awards at 50th Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics

Dr .Takashi Moriya won NINS Young Researcher Award 2020. You can see the details from the URLs belows (written in Japanese). NINS is National Institutes of Natural Sciences.

https://www.nins.jp/site/connection/09wakate.html
https://www.cfca.nao.ac.jp/pr/20200612

Link: website of Takashi Moriya

See the URL below for the details.

https://www.nao.ac.jp/en/news/topics/2020/20200325-award.html

詳しくは以下のURLをご覧ください.

https://www.nao.ac.jp/news/topics/2020/20200206-award.html

Prof. Masami Ouchi has started an appointment as professor at Division of Science. This position was informed in tennet:16659.

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NAOJ invites applications for two project assistant professor positions
as follows. Please notice that the deadline of each position is
different.  Please forward this announcement to the candidates and apply
for these positions.

1: Project assistant professor (Division of Science (Prof. Nomura’s group))(one position)

Deadline: October 18th, 2019, 5pm JST

Please see the details below.
https://www.nao.ac.jp/en/contents/job-vacancy/job-20190828-science-2.pdf


2: Project assistant professor (Division of Science (Prof. Ouchi’s group))(one position)

Deadline: November 1st, 2019, 5pm JST

Please see the details below.
https://www.nao.ac.jp/en/contents/job-vacancy/job-20190828-science.pdf

NAOJ Job Vacancy
https://www.nao.ac.jp/about-naoj/employment/job-vacancy.html
https://www.nao.ac.jp/en/about-naoj/employment/job-vacancy.html

NAOJ
Hideko Nomura
Masami Ouchi

Yudong Luo (3rd from left), a member of the division of science, D1-student from the University of Tokyo, won the ANPhA Young Scientist​ Award in the ​poster session of the 15th International Symposium on Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies held in Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University from July 2–5.

The International Symposium on Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies (OMEG) is a forum for researchers from various fields such as nuclear physics, particle physics, astronomy and astrophysics to discuss the origin of matter and evolution of the Universe.

Yudong Luo presented his recent works in the symposium’s poster session, the title was ‘Primordial Magnetic field and Its Impact on BBN’.

OMEG15 ANPhA Young Scinetist Award

Yuta Yamazaki (left) and Hideaki Takemura (right) got prizes at 49th Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics that was held from July 30 to August 2 , in Toyohashi. Mr. Yamazaki is a second-year student in the master course at the University of Tokyo. He won the Oral Award. Mr. Takemura is a second-year student in the master course at SOKENDAI. He won the second prize of the Oral Award in his session.

Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics takes place annually and many young Japanese astronomers and astrophysicists present their research. In this year, over 300 scientists were gathering and discussed many topics.

Hideaki Takemura presented his study about ‘Core Mass Function in Orion A: Inside and Outside the Integral-shaped Filament’ in the Stars and Planets Formation Session.

Yuta Yamazaki presented his study about ‘Theoretical Calculation for Time-Evolution of Heavy Elements Abundance’ in the Galaxies and Clusters Session.

(August, 2019)

Oral Awards at 49th Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics

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