Curriculum Vitae

INTRODUCTION

Family Name: Takahashi
Forename: Hiroyuki
Middle Name: R.
Sex: Male
Date of Birth: 26 June, 1979
Nationality: Japan
Address: National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, 2-21-1, Osawa, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-8588, Japan
Department:Center for Computional Astrophysics
Email: takahashi@cfca.jp

EDUCATION

1999-2003 Faculty of Science, Chiba University
Awarded the degree of BSc in physics
2003-2006 Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo
Awarded the degree of MSc. in physics
2006-2009 Graduate School of Science and Technology, Chiba University
Awarded the degree of PhD in physics

GRANT

[4] 'ブラックホール及び中性子星降着円盤の活動性と起源の解明',科学研究費基金・若手研究(B), 4,160,000 yen, 研究代表者, (2017-2021)
[3] '高エネルギー天体現象における磁気エネルギー解放とフレア機構の解明',科学研究費補助金・若手研究費補助金研究活動スタート支援, 2,500,000 yen, 研究代表者, (2011-2013)
[2] 'Energy Conversion Efficiency on the Relativistic Magnetic Reconnection', Research Grant for Young Scientist, Chiba University, 500,000 yen, (2008)
[1] 'Particle Acceleration in Relativistically Expanding Magnetic Loops', Grant for Joint Research, Institute of Media and Information Technology, Chiba University, 220,000 yen, (2006)

CAREER TRACK

2012 - High Performance Computing Intfrastracture (HPCI), Center for Computational Astrophysics (CfCA), National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), Assistant Professor
2011 - 2012, Center for Computational Astrophysics (CfCA), National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), Research Expert
2009 - 2011, Center for Computational Astrophysics (CfCA), National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), Researcher

MEMBERSHIP SOCIETIES

The Astronomical Society of Japan
The Physical Society of Japan

TEACHING EXPERIMENTS

Teaching Assistant: 'linear algebra and calculus', Chiba University (2006-2007)
Teaching Assistant: 'Information processing', Chiba University (2007-2008)
'Fluid Mechanics’, Meisei University (September 2010-)
'Plasma Physics', Meisei University (September 2010-)

RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Chiba University (2006-2007)
Supervisor: Ryoji Matsumoto
Project: 'Particle Acceleration in Gamma-ray Bursts'

Chiba University (2008-2009)
Supervisor: Ryoji Matsumoto
Project: 'Theory and Numerical Approach on the Relativistic Magnetic Reconnections'

Hiroyuki R. Takahashi