Biography

Education

20012004  Department of Applied Physics, The University of Tokyo [Ph.D., 3/25/2004]
Dissertation: Response of Quantum Few-Body Systems to Time-Dependent External Fields
Advisor:Seiji Miyashita
19992001  Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo [M.S., 3/29/2001]
19971999  Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo [B.S., 3/26/1999]
19951997  College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo
19921993  Tigerton high school, Tigerton, Wisconsin  (exchange student through IF)
I participated the Wisconsin Mathematics Talent Search. I was chosen one of the top Wisconsin entrants and was invited to the Honors Luncheon in Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
19911995  Azabu high school, Tokyo, Japan


Employment History

2017  Lecturer, Institute for Medical Photonics Research, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
20162017  Assistant Professor, Institute for Medical Photonics Research, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
20152016  Researcher, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo
20112015  Term Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan
20072010  Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania
20062010  Assistant Professor, Institute of Industrial Sciences, The University of Tokyo
20042006  Technical Official, Institute of Industrial Sciences, The University of Tokyo


Visiting Positions

2007  Research Affiliate, Department of Applied Physics, Yale University
2006  Postdoctoral Associate, Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics, Cornell University
  [ Yoshida Science and Technology Foundation]


Teaching

University of Michigan
Fall 2013 Math 471 Numerical Methods
Winter 2013 and Winter 2014 Math 454 Partial Differential Equations
Fall 2012 Math 419 Linear Algebra
Summer 2014 Math 417 Matrix Algebra
Winter 2012 Math 255 Multivariable Calculus
Winter and Fall 2011 Math 216 Ordinary Differential Equations
Winter 2015 Math 116 Calculus II
Fall 2014 Math 115 Calculus I
The University of Tokyo
Summer 2003 TA, Mathematics 2 (Complex Analysis and Fourier Analysis)
Summer 2002 TA, Mathematics 2 (Complex Analysis and Fourier Analysis)
Winter 2000 TA, Introductory Physics Experiments
Summer 2000 TA, Computer Literacy

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