Emeritus professor Kazuo Nakajima received the IOCG Laudise Prize


On July 30, Kazuo Nakajima (Emeritus professor of Tohoku University) received the IOCG* Laudise Prize. 

The IOCG Laudise prize is presented for significant technological (not necessarily experimental) contributions to the field of crystal growth.

Dr. Kazuo Nakajima presented his award-winning research "Development of High-Quality Crystals for III-V Quaternary Optical Semiconductors and Solar Cell Silicon and Their Industrial Applications" at International Conference on Crystal Growth and Epitaxy (ICCGE) organized by the IOCG.

*The IOCG; the International Organization for Crystal Growthwas founded in 1966 with the aim of providing a forum for scientists working in the field of crystallization.  Since 1989, the IOCG has sponsored two triennial prizes, the Frank Prize and the Laudise Prize. 

The International Organization for Crystal Growth; IOCG Website