(Last updated : 2016-11-30 10:16:39)
  ISHIMARU, Yuhri
   Senior Associate Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. Department of Astronomy, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo, Graduated,
2. Department of Astronomy, Graduate School, School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Completed,
■ Professional Background
1. 2008/09~2016/03 Associate Professor, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Present Specialized Fields
Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics, Astronomy (Key Word:Chemical evolution of galaxies,Origin of neutron-capture elements,Supernovae,Nucleosynthesis,Theoretical astrophysics) 
■ Books and Articles
1. Article Chemical Evolution of C-Zn Produced by the First Generation Stars (Collaboration) 2008/05
2. Article Neutron-Capture Elements in the Very Metal-poor Star HD 88609: Another Star with Excesses of Light Neutron-Capture Elements (Collaboration) 2007/09
3. Article r-Process Calculations and Galactic Chemical Evolutio (Collaboration) 2006/10
4. Article Galactic Chemical Evolution with Heavy Metals Produced by the First Generation Stars (Collaboration) 2006/07
5. Article Neutron-capture elements in the very metal-poor star HD122563 (Collaboration) 2006/07
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2012/10/17 Chemical evolution of the Galaxy and origin of r-process (Element Genesis and Cosmic Chemical Evolution)
2. 2012/06/25 Evolution of r-process elements in the framework of the hierarchical formation of the Milky Way (IAP-Subaru Joint International Conference: Stellar populations across Cosmic Times)
3. 2012/03/14 Enrichment of r-process elements in the early Galaxy (9th Russbach Workshop on Nuclear Astrophysics)
4. 2010/07/20 Enrichment of the r-process elements in the sub-halos as building blocks of the Milky Way halo (11th Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos (NIC XI))
5. 2010/03/26 Galactic chemical evolution and origin of r-process element (15th Workshop on "Nuclear Astrophysics")
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. 2003/06~ International Astronomical Union
■ Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1.   Formation and chemical evolution of our Galaxy  (Key Word : )
2.   Nucleosynthesis in supernovae and the origin of precious metals implied from the Galactic evolution  (Key Word : )
3.   Evolution of the Galaxy and dwarf galaxies based on formation scenario of large scale structure  (Key Word : )
4.   Observations of the chemical compositions of first generations stars using the Subaru telescope  (Key Word : )
5.   Formation and evolution of clusters of galaxies and Cosmic chemical evoluiton  (Key Word : )
■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
90397068