Prof Sukeyasu (Steven) YamamotoProf Sukeyasu (Steven) Yamamoto

Professor Emeritus
The University of Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Biography

Sukeyasu (Steven) Yamamoto Born in Tokyo, Japan August 11, 1931. Nationality: Japanese Married with two children and three grandchildren
BS (summa cum laude) Physics 1955 Yale University PhD Physics (Nuclear Physics) 1959 Yale University
Assistant Physicist 1959-1962, Associate Physicist 1962-1965, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY Associate Professor 1965-1969 and Professor 1969-1970, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. MA Associate Professor 1970-1984 and Professor 1989-1992, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. Director, International Center for Elementary Particle Physics 1989-1992, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Professor Emeritus, 1992, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Professor 1992-1993, Kanagawa University, Yokohama, Japan Professor 1993-2000, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan Chair, Physics Department 1994-1997, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan Director, International House (part-time), 2000-present,and Administrative Advisor, 2006-present, The Institute of Physics and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Wakoshi, Saitama-ken, Japan
Chair, Organizing Committee, SSQII Japan Symposium, 2002 Scientific Adviser 2005-2006, Science and Kokoro (Spirituality), a GPSS project at Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
Papers on science and religion Science and Religion in Harmony Proc. of Science and the Spiritual Quest II Japan Symposium, “Science and Spirit” Science, Values and the Limits of Knowledge, Tokyo, Oct. 18-19, 2002, p.19 Science and Religion in Harmony, the japan mission journal, Spring 2003, Oriens Institute for Religious Research, p.33 (revised version of the above)

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