Basic Information

Mathematics and Physics Laboratory Group (Physics Laboratory)
Senior Associate Professor
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Courses - Undergraduate
Computer Literacy 1Computer Literacy 2DynamicsElectromagnetism
Courses - Graduate
Computational Superstring Theory


Elementary Particle Physics
Educational Background, Biography
Graduate School of Science, Kobe University, Doctor of Philosophy
Current Research Theme
Superstring Theory
Key Topic
Gravity, Particle Physics
Affiliated Academic Society
The Physical Society of Japan, Information Processing Society of Japan


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Dissertation and Published Works

1. Further evidence of a smooth phase in 4-D simplicial quantum gravity
H.S. Egawa (Tokai U., Hiratsuka & KEK, Tsukuba), A. Fujitsu (Aizu U.), S. Horata (Tokai U., Hiratsuka), N. Tsuda (KEK, Tsukuba), T. Yukawa (Kanagawa, Graduate U. & KEK, Tsukuba). Jul 1998. 4 pp.
Published in Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl. 73 (1999) 795-797
2. 2-D quantum gravity: Three states of surfaces
A. Fujitsu (Aizu U.), N. Tsuda (KEK, Tsukuba), T. Yukawa (Kanagawa, Graduate U. & KEK, Tsukuba). Mar 1996. 21 pp.
Published in Int.J.Mod.Phys. A13 (1998) 583-605
3. ope.math: Operator product expansions in free field realizations of conformal field theory
A. Fujitsu (KEK, Tsukuba). 1994.
Published in Comput.Phys.Commun. 79 (1994) 78-99
4. Free field representation of the N=3 superconformal algebra from Hamiltonian reduction of osp(3/2) affine Lie superalgebra
Akira Fujitsu (KEK, Tsukuba). Feb 1993. 17 pp.
Published in Mod.Phys.Lett. A8 (1993) 1763-1778
5. Free field representation of N = 3 superconformal algebra
A. Fujitsu (KEK, Tsukuba). Mar 1992. 15 pp.
Published in Phys.Lett. B299 (1993) 49-57