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Hiraku Nakajima

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Nationality  Japan
Education  University of Tokyo
Alma mater  University of Tokyo
Fields  Mathematics
Name  Hiraku Nakajima
Awards  Geometry prize
Role  Mathematician

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Born  November 30, 1962 (age 53) Tokyo (1962-11-30)
Institutions  Kyoto University Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Doctoral students  Hiroshi Iritani Kentaro Nagao Daisuke Yamakawa
Notable awards  Geometry prize (1997) Cole Prize (2003)
Books  Lectures on Hilbert Schemes of Points on Surfaces

Hiraku nakajima cluster algebras and canonical base

Hiraku Nakajima (Japanese: 中島 啓 Nakajima Hiraku; born November 30, 1962) is a Japanese mathematician. In 2002 he was plenary speaker at the ICM Beijing. He won the 2003 Cole Prize in algebra for his work on representation theory and geometry. He proved Nekrasov's conjecture.


Hiraku Nakajima - Ring objects in the derived Satake category from Coulomb branches


  • 1985 - BA from the University of Tokyo
  • 1987 - MA from the University of Tokyo, and became a research associate at the University of Tokyo
  • 1991 - PhD from the University of Tokyo
  • 1992 - Associate professor at Tohoku University
  • 1995 - Associate professor at the University of Tokyo
  • 1997 - Associate professor at Kyoto University
  • 2000 - Full professor at Kyoto University
  • Awards and Prizes

  • 1997 - Geometry Prize of the Japanese Math Society
  • 2000 - Spring Prize of the Japanese Math Society
  • 2003 - Cole Prize in algebra of the American Math Society
  • 2005 - JSPS prize of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • 2014 - Japan Academy Prize
  • References

    Hiraku Nakajima Wikipedia

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