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Sugai Hajime

スガイ ハジメ | Sugai Hajime
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assistant Professor,Assistant Professor
Homepage URL  (2): https://db.ipmu.jp/member/personal/1969en.htmlhttp://www.kusastro.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~sugai/index_j.html
Research field  (2): Theoretical studies related to particle-, nuclear-, cosmic ray and astro-physics ,  Astronomy
Research keywords  (8): inflation ,  cosmic microwave background radiation ,  satellite telescope ,  LiteBIRD ,  装置開発 ,  銀河 ,  instrumentation ,  galaxies
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • 活発な銀河の近赤外線観測
  • 三次元分光器の製作
  • Near-infrared Observations of Active Galaxies
  • Development of Three-dimensional Spectrograph
Papers (48):
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MISC (33):
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Books (4):
  • A Near-Infrared Fabry-Perot Imager at CRL 1.5m Telescope and the Structure and Velocity Field of Shocked H2 Emission in Orion KL Region
    Infrared Astronomy with Arrays : The Next Generation 1994
  • Long-slit Spectroscopy of the Central Regions of Starburst Galaxies : Henize 2-10 and Markarian 52
    Violent Star Formation from 30 Doradus to QSOs 1994
  • A Near-Infrared Fabry-Perot Imager at CRL 1.5m Telescope and the Structure and Velocity Field of Shocked H<sub>2</sub> Emission in Orion KL Region
    Infrared Astronomy with Arrays : The Next Generation 1994
  • Long-slit Spectroscopy of the Central Regions of Starburst Galaxies : Henize 2-10 and Markarian 52
    Violent Star Formation from 30 Doradus to QSOs 1994
Professional career (1):
  • 博士(理学) (東京大学)
Work history (2):
  • 2011/04 - 現在 The University of Tokyo Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe Associate professor
  • 1996/10 - 2011/04 Kyoto University Graduate School of Science Assistant professor
Committee career (2):
  • Subaru committee
  • すばる小委員会
Association Membership(s) (2):
THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  THE ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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