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educator , physicist , writer

Masatoshi Namiki, Japanese physicist, educator, writer. Member International Association Mathematics Physics, Physical Education Society Japan, Physical Society Japan (committee member since 1987), American Physical Society, Astronomical Society Japan, History of Science Society of Japan, Japan Copyright Council, The Philosophy of Science Society.

Background

Namiki, Masatoshi was born on July 24, 1953 in Kurihashi, Saitama, Japan. Son of Yoshimitsu and Fumiko (Nakajima) Namiki.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Nihon University, 1976. Master of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University, 1978. Postgraduate, Tokyo Metropolitan University, 1978—1980.

Career

Research associate Institute Physical and Chemical Research, Wako, 1982—1984. From assistant professor to associate professor Takachiho University, Suginami, 1980—1992, professor, since 1992. Lecturer Ochanomizu University, Bunkyo, Tokyo, 1984-1987, University Electro-Comm., Choufu, Tokyo, since 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Introduction to Astrophysics, 1990, Introduction to Modern Physics, 1992, (translations) Invisible Matter and the Fate of the Universe, 1991, Cosmic Time Travel, 1993, The New Cosmology, 1995, Nobel Prize Winners in Physics and Twentieth Century, 2003, Einstein "Miraculous Year" 1905.

Membership

Member International Association Mathematics Physics, Physical Education Society Japan, Physical Society Japan (committee member since 1987), American Physical Society, Astronomical Society Japan, History of Science Society of Japan, Japan Copyright Council, The Philosophy of Science Society.

Connections

Married Atsuko Akiyama, October 8, 1988. Children: Toshiki, Yoshimasa.

father:
Yoshimitsu Namiki

mother:
Fumiko (Nakajima) Namiki

spouse:
Atsuko Akiyama

child:
Toshiki Namiki

child:
Yoshimasa Namiki