C&C Prize

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C&C Prizes (Japanese: C&C賞) is an award given by the NEC Corporation "in recognition of outstanding contributions to research and development and/or pioneering work in the fields of semiconductors, computers, telecommunications and their integrated technologies."[1] Established in 1985, through the NEC's nonprofit C&C Foundation, C&C Prizes are awarded to two groups or individuals annually. The prize includes a cash award of 10,000,000 yen.

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  • 2013 Recipients
    • Group A: Kazuro Kikuchi, Dr. Masataka Nakazawa
    • Group B: Prof. Vladimir Vapnik
  • 2012 Recipients
    • Group A: Dr. Osamu Yamada, Dr. Toru Kuroda, Mr. Masayuki Takada
    • Group B: Dr. Hisashi Kobayashi

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