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Founded as the Tokyo Mathematics Society in 1877, one of the oldest societies for natural sciences in Japan

The Physical Society of Japan (JPS) has around 18,000  members; research scientists, teachers and engineers.

 Awards

Outstanding Paper Award of the Physical Society of Japan        Japanese    
The JPS has established the Outstanding Paper Award of the Physical Society of Japan in order to recognize and praise the achievement of researchers who have made important contributions towards the progress of physics. Papers, excluding review articles, published in the JPSJ or Progress of Theoretical Physics including the latter's supplement issues, within 5 years from the June previous to the award year. A maximum of five awards are given in a year, while there may be a year in which there are no recipients of the award. 
2015 Award-winning papers list
2014 Award-winning papers list
2013 Award-winning papers list

2012 Award-winning papers list
2011 Award-winning papers list
2010 Award-winning papers list
2009 Award-winning papers list

Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan          Japanese
The JPS has established this award in order to encourage young researchers in their research work and further enliven the physics community. Recipients are selected from each of the sub-disciplines, for their activities including lectures at academic meetings, journal articles and degree theses. The recipient must be a member of the JPS. Some 50 awards are given every year.
2016 Award-winners list
2015 Award-winners list

2014 Award-winners list

2013 Award-winners list
2012 Award-winners list

2011 Award-winners list
2010 Award-winners list

2009 Award-winners list

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JPS Office

Yushima Urban Building 8F,
2-31-22 Yushima, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0034, Japan

TEL 03-3816-6201
FAX 03-3816-6208
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