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物理学者はいかにして世界とつながるのか / How is a physicist connected with the world? | Koji Hashimito | TEDxOsakaU

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Published on Jan 30, 2017

物理学者の橋本幸士は毎日共同研究者と議論や地道な計算を重ね、ライバルよりも早く正確にアイディアを発表しなければならない世界に生きています。科学者の生活は戦いだと言いきる彼はしかし、それでもこのスタイルを愛し、楽しんでいます。科学者生活の隠れた愉しみを橋本がコミカルなスライドを交えて語ってくれます。

Koji Hashimoto, a physicist, has to have discussions with his research collaborators and continue calculations every day, to publish his idea faster than the rivals. This notable scientist who asserts that the life of a scientist is a battle, however, loves and enjoys this hard life style. In this talk HASHIMOTO tells us the hidden charm of the scientist-life with some comical slides.

橋本 幸士(はしもと こうじ)
専門は理論物理学、弦理論。1973年生まれ、大阪育ち。東京大学、理化学研究所などを経て、2012年より現職。
セミナーや執筆など、アウトリーチ活動にも積極的に取り組む。著書に『超ひも理論をパパに習ってみた』(講談社サイエンティフィク)などがある。

Koji Hashimoto's research covers various subjects of theoretical physics and string theory. Born in 1973 and grown up in Osaka, he joined Osaka university after professorship at the University of Tokyo and RIKEN. Beside his scientific publications, he is also an author of popular books introducing cut-in-edge science in a familiar and humorous way to readers.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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