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Physics educator

Motoji Ikeya, Japanese physics educator. Recipient Osaka Science Prize Osaka City Prefecture, 1986. Member Physical Society Japan, Geochem. Society Japan.

Background

Ikeya, Motoji was born on May 17, 1940 in Suita, Osaka, Japan. Son of Tokuji and Masa (Nakayasu) Ikeya.

Education

Bachelor Engineering, Osaka University, 1963. Master Engineering, Osaka University, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Osaka University, 1970.

Career

Research associate department nuclear engring Nagoya (Japan) University, 1967-1969, lecturer, 1969-1973. Research associate department physics University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1970-1973. Professor Technology College, Yamaguchi University, Ube, 1973-1987.

Professor physics department Osaka University, Toyonaka, 1987-1991, professor department earth and space science, from 1991. President Applied Electron Spin Resonance Workshop, Osaka, 1985-2001. Co-president International Symposium on Electron Spin Resonance Dosimetry, München, 1988, Why Do Animals Behave Unusually Before Earthquakes, 1998, Precursor Phenomena Before Big Earthquakes, 2000.

Works

Membership

Member Physical Society Japan, Geochem. Society Japan.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Taiji, swimming, gardening.

Connections

Married Yoshiko Okada, May 5, 1969. Children: Jun, Yuri.

father:
Tokuji Ikeya

mother:
Masa (Nakayasu) Ikeya

spouse:
Yoshiko Okada

child:
Jun Ikeya

child:
Yuri Ikeya