Tsutomu Kanai Award
The Kanai Award was discontinued after the 2012 award.
The Tsutomu Kanai Award was established in 1997 by a generous endowment from Hitachi Ltd., and named in honor of Dr. Tsutomu Kanai who served as Hitachi's president for 30 years.
The Kanai Award recognized major contributions to the state-of-the art distributed computing systems and their applications.
The award consisted of a crystal model, certificate, and $10,000 honorarium. The Kanai Award was discontinued after the 2012 award.
Past Recipients - View Tsutomu Kanai Award Past Recipients (pdf)