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physicist

Hidetoshi Fukuyama, Japanese physicist. Recipient prize, International Business Machines Corporation Japan, 1987, National medal with purple ribbon, 2003. Fellow: American Physical Society; member: International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (vice president 2002-2005).

Background

Fukuyama, Hidetoshi was born on July 31, 1942 in Tokyo. Son of Noboru and Hatsune (Hayashi) Fukuyama.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Tokyo University, 1965. Master of Science, Tokyo University, 1967. Doctor of Science, Tokyo University, 1970.

Career

Research fellow Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1970-1971, 74, associate professor Japan, 1974-1977, professor Institute for Materials Research, 2003—2006. Research fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971-1973, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, 1973-1974. Associate professor Institute for Solid State Physics Tokyo University, 1977-1984, professor, 1984-1992, professor physics department, 1992-1999, director Institute Solid State Physics, 1999—2003.

Professor Tokyo University of Science, since 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Anderson Localization, 1982, 87, Strong Correlation and Superconductivity, 1989, Transport Phenomena in Mesoscopic Systems, 1993.

Membership

Fellow: American Physical Society. Member: International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (vice president 2002-2005).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis.

Connections

Married Masako Kuribayashi, May 14, 1971. 1 child, Hiroshi.

father:
Noboru Fukuyama

mother:
Hatsune (Hayashi) Fukuyama

spouse:
Masako Kuribayashi

child:
Hiroshi Fukuyama