Kiyoaki Doi received the prize at 51th Summer School on Astronomy and Astrophysics that was held from August 23 to August 26, through online. Mr Doi is a second-year student in the master course at SOKENDAI. He won the first 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.
Kiyoaki Doi presented his study about ‘Estimation on the dust ring formation mechanisms of the disk around HD 163296 based on dust advection and growth simulation’ in the Star & Planet Formation Session.