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Yoshida Prize

The Foundation started Yoshida Prize in 2015, which honors researchers with achievements contributing to international academic development in the field of organic chemistry. The Foundation honors one person a year exept the years when the IKCOC is held.

Prize Overview

Name
The International Organic Chemistry Foundation, Yoshida Prize
Purpose
To honor distinguished achievements in the field of organic chemistry
Details
The awardee will receive a certificate and a cash award of 1 million yen.
A prize awarding ceremony is held, and the awardee will give an award lecture.
A travel expense to the ceremony will be paid by the Foundation.
Year of Establishment
2015
Target
Organic chemists in Asian countries
Selection
The Yoshida Prize selection committee will select the awardee.
The board of trustees will decide the awardee.

List of Past Award Recipients

2021
Professor Ken-Tsung Wong (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
2020
Professor Dan Yang (Westlake University, China)
2019
Professor Aiwen Lei (Wuhan University, China)
2017
Professor Teck Peng Loh (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
2016
Professor Sukbok Chang (KAIST, Korea)
2015
Professor Kuilig Ding (Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)

List of Past Symposium Lecturers

2021
Professor Aiko Fukazawa (Kyoto University)
Professor Mitsuhiro Arisawa (Osaka University)
2019
Professor Satoshi Maeda (Hokkaido University)
Professor Atsushi Wakamiya (Kyoto University)
2017
Professor Jun Terao (The University of Tokyo)
Professor Junko Ohkanda (Shinshu University)
2016
Professor Hiroshi Shinokubo (Nagoya University)
Professor Hiroki Oguri (Tokyo University of Agriculture and technology)
2015
Professor Hidehiro Sakurai (Osaka University)
Professor Yukari Fujimoto (Keio University)

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