Winners of URSI-JRSM 2022 Student Paper Competition


 A total of 9 students applied for the URSI-JRSM 2022 Student Paper Competition (SPC).  The URSI-JRSM 2022 SPC Committee selected three finalists based on evaluation of the full-length papers submitted by the applicants, as well as their presentations in the Poster Session on September 1, 2022.  The SPC finalists made oral presentations at the SPC Special Session on September 2, 2022, which were open to all participants.  At the SPC Special Session, members of the URSI-JRSM 2022 SPC Committee judged the presentations and selected the winners of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes as shown below.


First Prize:

  Debrupa Mondal (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan)

  "Thunderstorms and Total Lightning Characteristics

   Causing Heavy Precipitation in Japan: A Case Study"


Second Prize:

  Yuji Tanaka (Kanazawa University, Japan)

  "Bayesian k-vector Estimation Method for Electromagnetic Waves

   in Magnetized Cold Plasma"


Third Prize:

  Yoshihiko Inoue (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

  "Proposal of a method for estimating the position of magnetic marker

   under conditions of enhanced magnetization by permanent magnet"


At the SPC Award Ceremony on September 2, 2022, each of the three winners received prizes (a certificate, prize money, and supplementary prize (donated by Springer Japan KK)).


Congratulations to all the URSI-JRSM 2022 SPC Winners!


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SPC Winners (from left to right: Prof. Satoshi Yagitani, URSI-JRSM 2022 General Chair; Debrupa Mondal, SPC First Prize Winner; Yuji Tanaka, SPC Second Prize Winner; Yoshihiko Inoue, SPC Third Prize Winner; Prof. Kazuya Kobayashi, URSI-JRSM 2022 General Co-Chair; Prof. Yasuhide Hobara, URSI-JRSM 2022 Technical Program Committee Chair)

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