Associate Professor Yamakami has been accepted for the AY 2006 research subsidy from the MAZDA FOUNDATION

Associate Professor Tomoyuki Yamakami, of the Department of Computer Software, has been accepted for an AY 2006 research subsidy from the MAZDA FOUNDATION (Foundation President: Mutsumi Fujiwara). The title of his accepted paper is "Fundamental Research on Quantum Cryptographs for Development of Quantum Communication Technology." His paper received high evaluations in that it focuses on cutting edge research areas and presents many original and innovative ideas. 33 applications including Associate Professor Yamakami's have been accepted for the subsidy out of 360 applications from universities or research institutions.

*The MAZDA FOUNDATION was established in October, 1984 to support advancement of scientific technology and fostering of wholesome youth development, and to help people all over the world share prosperity and live in peace and spiritual satisfaction. Up until now, the Foundation has supported 1,243 research projects with a total subsidy of ¥1,122,900,000.

Associate Professor Yamakami and Director Morikawa of the MAZDA FOUNDATION Business Office for presentation of the subsidy.
Presentation of the subsidy