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Yoshiki received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1953 and a Master of Arts degree in 1955 from the University of Tokyo. He worked there from 1960 to 1964.
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Hajimé was given a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Princeton University in 1959.
Yoshiki received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tokyo in 1953. Two years later he earned his Master of Arts degree in Physics from the same university. In 1959, Hajimé was given a Doctor of Philosophy degree, from Princeton University.
Yoshiki began his career as a research associate at Columbia University in 1958. Two years later he took the same position at the University of Tokyo, where he worked until 1964. Also Hajimé served as a research fellow at European Center for Nuclear Research from 1963 to 1965. In 1965, he became a member of a research staff at the same center. Then in 1969, Yoshiki was appointed a visiting professor of physics at the University of Heidelberg.
In 1972, he received a position of a professor of physics at National Laboratory for High Energy Physics. In 1992, Hajimé became a professor of physics and engineering at the Ibaraki University. In 1997 he retired from civil services as a professor of national univerisities and was appointed a professor at Kure University.
Yoshiki is a member of the American Physical Society and Physical Society of Japan.
On September 12, 1967 Hajimé Yoshiki married Mona Ann-Charlotte Franzén. They have two children.