IYETOMI Hiroshi

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Name
IYETOMI Hiroshi
Degree
Doctor of Science(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Niigata University Faculty of Science, Department of Physics
 
1984
 - 
1993
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo,
 
1993
 - 
1994
Scientist, Energy Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd.
 
1995
 - 
2002
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, Niigata University
 
2002
 - 
Today
Professor, Faculty of Science, Niigata University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1984
Graduate School, Division of Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1979
Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
Statistical-mechanical effects on cold nuclear fusion in metal hydrides(共著)
Strongly Coupled Plasma Physics   708   1990
Multiparticle Correlations in High-Density Plasmas : Improvement on the Hypernetted Chain Approximation
   1984

Books etc

 
Hypernetted chain analyses of dense plasmalike materials(共著)
Condensed Matter Theories   1987   
Thermodynamic functions, transport coefficients and dynamic correlations in dense plasmas(共著)
Strongly Coupled Plasma Physics   1987   
Thermonuclear reaction rates of dense carbon-oxygen mixture in white dwarfs(共著)
Strongly Coupled Plasma Physics   1990   
Transport properties of dense matter(共著)
Proc. The 3rd Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity(North-Holland, 1983)   1983   
Development of a variational augmented plane wave method and its application to the electronic structure of ionic compounds(共著)
Computer-Aided Design of High-Temperature Materials, edited by A. Pechenik, R. K. Kalia and P. Vashishta(Oxford Univ. Press, New York)   1999   

Works

 
Quest for a New Framework to Evaluate Management Risk
2004

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Strongly-Coupled Plasmas
Structural and Dynamical Properties of Multicomponent Glasses
Electronic Properties and Ionic Transport in Solid Electrolytes
Moleculer Dynamics Simulaton Study on Nanomaterials
Physical Approach to Economical and Social Phenomena
Project Year: 2004