He graduated from Tokyo University (1941).
Upon graduating from Tokyo University (1941) became an assistant at Nagoya University; then was promoted lecturer and was assistant professor. He was briefly attached to Daiichi Arsenal Laboratory. First studied colloid and high polymers but latelystuded physics and was regarded as one of the most promising young scholars in this field. Among his works are "History of Science of Heat" and "History of Quantum Dynamics."