YAMAMOTO Shuichi

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Name
YAMAMOTO Shuichi
E-mail
syamapenta.ge.cst.nihon-u.ac.jp
Degree
Master of Science(Rikkyo University), Doctor of Science(Rikkyo University)
Research funding number
90060219

Research Areas

 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Project Professor, Nihon University College of Science and Technology, Department of Liberal Arts and Science
 

Education

 
 
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1971
Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Rikkyo University
 
 
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1973
Mathematics, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Rikkyo University
 

Published Papers

 
A way of computer use in mathematics teaching-The effectiveness that visualization brings-
Naonori Ishii
Proceedings of the 10th International conference of The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project, Sep. 11-17, University of Applied Sciences, Dresden   606-610   Sep 2009   [Refereed]
A Teaching Method of Integration with Mathematica
Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Mathematics Education and Culturel History of Mathematics in this Information-oriented Society(Kyoto, Japan)   173-176   Jul 2002   [Refereed]
Numerical Properties of Chern classes of certain covering manifolds
Indagationes Mathematicae. New Series.   10(4) 615-630   1999   [Refereed]
Certain holomorphic maps and Chern characters
Proceedings of the Fourth International Colloquium on Finite or Infinite Dimensional Complex Analysis(Kumamoto, Japan)   141-148   Jul 1996   [Refereed]
The Behaviour of Chern Chanacters of Projective Manifolds Under Certain Holomorphic Maps
Commentarii Mathematici Universitatis Sancti Pauli   44(2) 175-199   1995   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A challenge to the teaching of mathematics using Mathematica
Japan Mathematica Conference 2006   Dec 2006   
About an opinion poll of the student to the lesson according to skill levelof the first annual mathematics in a university―From Practice of a lesson and the questionnaire―
Nov 2004   
Does the use of graph have the same effect as solving problems?
Nov 2003