ABIKO Seiya

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Name
ABIKO Seiya
Affiliation
Seirei Christopher University
Job title
Professor Emeritus,Part-time Lecturer
Degree
Ph. D.(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2008
 - 
Today
Professor Emeritus at Seirei Christopher Unversity
 

Education

 
 
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1975
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1964
Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo
 

Committee Memberships

 
1992
 - 
1994
Dean of Students
 
2000
 - 
2004
Director of University Library
 

Published Papers

 
Planck's Resonator is the funstional modeling of light-absorption and -emission by atoms and molecules
ABIKO Seiya
KAGAKUSI KENKYU   52(265) 5-9   Mar 2013   [Refereed]
Jun  Ishiwara's Status in the History os Early Quantum Theory: Pioneering Works Similar to Bose Statistics, de Brogli Phase-Wave and Einstein's Quantum Condition
ABIKO Seiya
KAGAKUSI KENKYU   49(255) 143-151   Sep 2010   [Refereed]
Interchange between Phisics and Philosophy in the late-Meiji and Taisho Era Japan
Seiya Abiko
KAGAKUSI KENKYU   46(244) 231-240   Dec 2007
Reply to Olivier Darrigol
Seiya Abiko
Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, (Univ. California P.)   Vol.35(1) 157-160   2005
Seiya Abiko
Science & Education (Springer Verlag)   Vol.14, No.3-5, pp.353-365    2005
On Einstein's Distrust of the Electromagnetic Theory: The Origin of the Light-Velocity Postulate
Seiya Abiko
Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences(Univ. California P.)   33(2) 193-215   2003
On the Origin of Asymmetric Aging in the Twin Problem: Comments on M. Harada's and M. Sachs's View's
Seiya Abiko
Physics Essays   15(2) 172-175.   2002
Einstein's Theories of the Fluctuation and the Thermal Radiation: The First Quantum Theory through Statistical Thermodynamics
Seiya Abiko
Historia Scientiarum (日本科学史学会)   10(2) 130-147   2000
Einstein's Kyoto Address: "How I Created the Theory of Relativity"
Seiya Abiko
Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences (Univ. California P.)   31(1) 1-35   2000
Lessons from Nursing Theories: Toward the Humanization of Technology
Seiya Abiko
AI & Society (Springer Verlag)   13, 164-175    1999
Comment on "Reinterpretation of the Fitzgerald-Lorentz Contraction" by M. Harada and M. Sachs
Seiya Abiko
Physics Essays   12(3) 588-591   1999
Introduction of the Concept of Entropy by Clausius - Related to the Problem of Japanese Equiivalent for "Verwandlung"
Seiya Abiko
KAGAKUSI KENKYU   II-36(203) 157-161   1997   [Refereed]
On the Chemico-Thermal Origins of Special Relativity
Seiya Abiko
Historical Studies of the Physical and Biological Sciences (Univ. California P.)   22(1) 1-24   1991
Seiya Abiko & Kazuo Kitahara
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan   56(7) 2332-2339   1987
Seiya Abiko
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan   48(4) 1245-1253   1980
Seiya Abiko
Zeitschrift fuer Physik B   39(1) 53-63   1980

Books etc

 
"Chap.5-5: The 2nd Stage of General Theory of Relativity,"
J. Blackmore et al. eds., "Ernst Mach's Science - Its character and Influence on Einstein and Others," (Tokai Univ. P., Hadano) pp.151-163.   2006   
“Chapter 4: The Origins and Concepts of Special Relativity” & "Chapter 8: Einstein and Quantum Theory"
M. Mamone Capria ed., "Physics Before and After Einstein" (IOS P., Amsterdam)   2005   
"To What Extent Did Lorentz Predict the Existence of the Electron"
F. Bevilacqua & E. A. Giannetto eds. "Volta and the History of Electricity" (Hoepli, Milano)   2003   
"J.J.Thomson's Theory-Change and the Discovery of the Electron"
H. Kragh et al. eds. "Proceeding of the XXth International Congress of History of Science (Liege, 20-26 July 1997), Vol.XIV, History of Modern Physics" (Brepols, Turnhout)   2002   
"What Was It That Brought Forth the Succession of Fundamental discoveries 1895-1897"
D. Hoffmann et al. eds., "Emergence of Modern Physics, Proceeding of a Conference Commemorating a Century of Physics, Berlin 22-24 March 1995" (Universita degli Studi di Pavia)   1996   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Ishiwara's Contributions to Early Quantum Theory and the Reception of Quantum Theory in Japan
ABIKO Seiya
S105 One Hundred Years of Bohr Atom, 24th International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine   21 Jul 2013   
Jun Ishiwara as a Forerunner of Bose on Statistics, de Broglie on Phase-Wave and Einstein on Quantum Condition
XXIII International Congress of History of Science and Technology, Regular Session T09-02 Physics and Astronomy in the Contemporary Period (1800-), (Budapest)   2009   
Einstein's Kyoto Address and the Reception of Relativity in Japan
XXII International Congress of History of Science, Symposium 1 In Commemoration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Creation of the Theory of Relativity (Beijing)   2005   
The Light-Velocity Postulate: The Essential Difference between the Theories of Lorentz-Poincare and Einstein
7th International History, Philosophy & Science Teaching Conference, held at Winnipeg, Canada, on 31 July -2 August, 2003.   2003   
Einatein's "Autobiographical Notes" as a Historical Literature
XXIth International Congress of History of Science, Mexico-City 8-14 July 2001   2001   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Jun Ishiwara's View of Science and his contributions to Relativity and Quantum Theory
Project Year: 2006   
Firstly, what were and what was the relation between Jun Ishiwara's View of Science and his contributions to Relativity and Quantum Theory until Taisho-Era? Secondly, what were and what was the relation between Jun Ishiwara's View of Science and ...
Einstein's Criticism of Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Project Year: 2008   
How and why was Einstein critical of present interpretation of quantum mechanics? What was Einstein's idea to interprete quantum mechanics?