MIYAMA Shoken

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Name
MIYAMA Shoken
Affiliation
Kobe University
Section
Graduate School of Science
Degree
Doctor of Science

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, National Institutes of Natural Sciences National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Division of Theoretical Astronomy
 

Misc

 
Aikawa, Y., Miyama, S.M., Nakano, T. & Umebayashi, T. Chemical Evolution on Protoplanetary Disks: Interpretation of CO Depletion
(1994) in Proceedings of 27th ISAS Lunar and Planetary Symp., p.87-90   
Aikawa, Y., Miyama, S.M., Nakano, T. & Umebayashi, T. Evolution of Molecular Abundance in Gaseous Disks around Young Stars: Depletion of CO Molecules
Astrophys. J. 467(1996)   
Aikawa, Y., Miyama, S.M., Nakano, T. & Umebayashi, T. Evolution of the Molecular Abundance in Gaseous Disks Around Young Stars: Depletion of CO Molecules
(1997) in Proceedings of Origin of matter and evolution of galaxies in the universe 96., ed. by T. Kajino, Y. Yoshii, and S. Kubono, (Singapore: World Scientific), p.275   
Aikawa, Y., Umebayashi, T., Nakano, T. & Miyama, S.M. Evolution of Molecular Abundances in Proto-planetary Disks with Accretion Flow
Astrophys. J. 519 (1999) 705 - 725   
Aikawa, Y., Umebayashi, T., Nakano, T. & Miyama, S.M. Evolution of Molecular Abundance in Proto-Planetary Disks: The Region with Cosmic-Ray Irradiation
(1996) in Proceedings of 29th ISAS Lunar and Planetary Symp., p.115-118   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Formation of Star and Planet