\(~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\)Curriculum Vitae

Name Shunzo Kumano
       
Position Senior Fellow, Professor Emeritus
Address Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)
Oho 1-1, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-0801, Japan
Telephone 029-879-6094
Email shunzo.kumano@kek.jp
URL http://research.kek.jp/people/kumanos/
Date of Birth \(\blacksquare\blacksquare\ \blacksquare\blacksquare\), 1956
Citizenship Japan
Research Field Theoretical Physics, Hadron Physics

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Education
\(~~~~~~~~\) Bachelor of Science (Physics), March 27, 1979, Saga University, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~\) Master of Engineering (Information Processing), March 28, 1981,
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~\) Doctor of Philosophy (Physics), September 18, 1985,
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
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Professional Experience
\(~~~~~~~~\) Research Associate (8/1985\(-\)12/1987)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
\(~~~~~~~~\) Research Associate (1/1988\(-\)8/1989)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Tennessee, USA
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) and Physics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
\(~~~~~~~~\) Research Associate (9/1989\(-\)7/1992)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Nuclear Theory Center, Indiana University, USA
\(~~~~~~~~\) [ Visitor (8/1992), Institute for Nuclear Study, University of Tokyo, Japan ]
\(~~~~~~~~\) Research Associate (9/1992\(-\)3/1993)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Mainz, Germany
\(~~~~~~~~\) Associate Professor (4/1993\(-\)7/2000)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Department of Physics, Saga University, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~\) Professor (8/2000\(-\)12/2004)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Department of Physics, Saga University, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~\) Professor (1/2005\(-\)present)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies,
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) (joint) Professor, Department of Particle and Nuclear Physics,
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) (joint) Scientist, Particle and Nuclear Physics Division, J-PARC Center, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~\) Professor Emeritus (4/2020\(-\)present)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
\(~~~~~~~~\) Senior Fellow (4/2020\(-\)present)
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) Support Center for Accelerator Science and Technology
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) and Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies,
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan
\(~~~~~~~~~~~~\) (joint) Scientist, Particle and Nuclear Physics Division, J-PARC Center, Japan

  


Teaching (2005-2020)

  


Teaching (1993-2004)

  


Thesis supervisor at graduate schools

   Graduate University for Advanced Studies, School of High Energy Accelerator Science,

   Department of Particle and Nuclear Physics, Doctor of Science / Doctor of Philosophy

   2019, September: Qin-Tao Song, “Structure Functions of Pion and Deuteron"

                           Recipient, Scholarship for International Student by Japanese Ministry

                                 of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

                           Ph.D. Thesis: 3rd SOKENDAI Award

   2007, March:   Takahiro Nagai, “Determinations of Fragmentation Functions
  and Nuclear Parton Distribution Functions"

                           Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Research Fellow

  

   Saga University, Graduate School of Science and Engineering,

   Department of Energy and Materials Science, Doctor of Science

   2001, March:   Masanori Hirai, “Optimization of Polarized Parton Distributions"

                           Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Research Fellow

   1999, March:   Masanori Miyama, “\(Q^2\) Evolution of Transversity Distributions
  and Flavor Asymmetries of Sea Quarks"

                           Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Research Fellow

  

   Saga University, Graduate School of Science and Engineering,

   Department of Physics, Master of Science

   2006, March:   Yusuke Shibata, “\(Q^2\) Evolution of Quark Distributions
  and Its Numerical Solution"
  (Official supervisor: Hiroaki Kouno)

   2005, March:   Takahiro Nagai, “Optimization of Polarized Nuclear Parton
  Distribution Functions"

   2004, March:   Hidefumi Iwakiri, “Effects of Vector Mesons on Deuteron \(b_1\)"

   2004, March:   Mitsuaki Nakamura, “Determination of Nuclear Parton Distributions
  by Data Analysis of Structure Function \(F_2\)
  and Drell-Yan Cross Sections"

   2004, March:   Kosuke Nozoe, “Numerical Analysis of \(Q^2\) Evolution Equations
  and Charm Threshold"

   1999, March:   Satoko Hino, “Structure Functions of Polarized Proton-Deuteron
  Drell-Yan Processes

   1998, March:   Masanori Hirai, “\(Q^2\) Dependence of Polarized Parton Distributions"

   1998, March:   Kazuaki Umekawa, “Nuclear Structure Function \(F_2\)
  and Sea-Quark and Gluon Distributions"

   1996, March:   Masanori Miyama, “\(Q^2\) Dependence of Nucleonic and Nuclear
  Structure Functions"

   1995, March:   Ryoko Kobayashi, “Structure Functions \(F_3\) of Nucleons and Nuclei"

   1995, March:   Masataka Konuma, “\(Q^2\) Evolution of Quark-Gluon Distributions"

  


Committee Members of International Conferences (2005-2020)

  


External Committee Members and Affiliations (2005-2020)

  


Committee Members at KEK and Graduate University for Advanced Studies
(2005-2020)

  


Conference Organizations (2005-2020)