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TSUJIKAWA  Shinji Professor

Tokyo University of Science, Faculty of Science Division II, Department of Physics

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Address 1-3 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8601, Japan
TEL : +81-3-3260-4271  ext : 2391
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Homepage URL http://www.rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp/shinji/mainj.html
http://www.rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp/shinji/Tsujikawaj.html
Under-Graduate School 1996, The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Department of Mathematics Graduated
Graduate School 2001, Waseda University Graduate School, Division of Natural Science Department of Physics Doctoral course Completed program with degree
Postgraduate Qualification Waseda University Doctor of Science Course
Research History 1994-1996 Department of Mathematics, University of Tokyo:
Engaged in research on theory of differential equations
1996-1998 Master course of physics, Waseda University:
Engaged in research on Neutrino oscillations
1998-2001 PhD course of physics, Waseda University:
Engaged in research on particle creations in early universe
2001-2003 RESCEU, University of Tokyo:
Engaged in research on inflationary cosmology
2003-2004 University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom:
Engaged in research on cosmic microwave background anisotropies
2004-2008 Gunma National College of Technology:
Engaged in research on dark energy and string theory
2008-present Department of physics, Tokyo University of Science:
Engaged in research on cosmology general
Employment History 1999-2001 Waseda University, Assistant professor
2001-2003 University of Tokyo, Research associate
2003-2004 University of Portsmouth (United Kingdom), Research associate
2004-2008 Gunma National College of Technology, Lecturer
2008-2015 Tokyo University of Science, Associate professor
2015- Tokyo University of Science, Professor
Sex Male
Date of Birth
Research Keyword Cosmology, Relativity
Research Area Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics (Cosmology, Relativity)
Research Institute Theme Dark energy, Inflationary cosmology, Cosmological perturbations, Construction of cosmological models based on particle physics
Academic Awards Received
2019/3/16
PASJ Excellent Award
2014/7/31
Highly Cited Researchers
Academic Society Affiliations
2012/3/1 - 2025/3/1
International Journal of Modern Physics D
Editor
2011/7/1 - 2025/7/1
Galaxies
Editor
2009/11/1 - 2011/10/31
The physical society of Japan