exotic atoms and nuclei

Ryugo Hayano

Professor Ryugo S. Hayano

BornJanuary 3, 1952
Resident ofHiroo, Tokyo
Originally fromOgaki, Gifu, Japan

Education

1974 MarGraduated from Dept. of Physics, University of Tokyo
1979 MarGraduated from Graduate School of Physics, University of Tokyo (Ph.D)

Professional Records

1979 AprResearch associate, Meson Science Laboratory, University of Tokyo
1982 NovAssociate Professor, KEK
1985 AprGuest associate professor, Dept. of Physics, University of Tokyo
1986 AprAssociate Professor, Dept. of Physics, University of Tokyo
1997 JanProfessor, Dept. of Physics, University of Tokyo

Other

1993 Sep - 1995 AugMonubusho research funding division officer
2000 Apr - 2001 MarChairman, Graduate School of Physics, UT
2000-2005 Nuclear Physics A, Associate Editor
2002- Nuclear Instruments & Methods (NIMA) Advisory Editorial Board
2001 Jul-2002 JunCERN EP division Guest Professor
2006 Jan - Nuclear Physics A, Supervisory Editor
2009 Jan - 2013 DecBOARD Member for Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics
2009 May-"Wissenschaftkicher Rat" (advisory board member) of GSI
2009 July- Scientific advisory committee, Helmholtz Institute in Mainz (HIM)

Awards

1998 Feb14th Inoue Prize for Science (Discovery of metastable Sigma hypernucleus and long-lived antiprotonic helium atoms)
2008 Dec2008 Nishina Memorial Prize (Study of antiprotonic helium atoms)
2009 May62nd Chunichi Cultural Prize (Study of antiprotonic helium atoms)

More

2009 MarItalian high-school students sent me a list of questions, such as how I decided to become a physicist, etc., and and here are my answers.