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Physics educator

Mamoru Fujiwara, Japanese physics educator. Achievements include research on design and development of high resolution magnetic spectrometers, research on nuclear giant resonances, nuclear structure studies.

Background

Fujiwara, Mamoru was born on May 15, 1947 in Minabe, Wakayama, Japan. Son of Gisaburo and Miyoko (Sakamoto) Fujiwara.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physics, Osaka (Japan) University, 1970. Master of Science in Physics, Osaka (Japan) University, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Osaka (Japan) University, 1977.

Career

Research associate Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka University, 1972-1995, associate professor, head experimental divsn, since 1995. Member program advisory committee Rikagaku Kenkyūsho Cyclotron Facility, Japan, since 1994. Head inverse compton x-ray spectroscopy Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on design and development of high resolution magnetic spectrometers, research on nuclear giant resonances, nuclear structure studies.

Connections

Married Satoko Kagawa, October 30, 1977. Children: Hitomi, Yukie.

father:
Gisaburo Fujiwara

mother:
Miyoko (Sakamoto) Fujiwara

spouse:
Satoko Kagawa

child:
Hitomi Fujiwara

child:
Yukie Fujiwara