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.