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Jun Kondo

Jun Kondo

Japanese physicist
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Japanese physicist
Countries Japan
Occupations Physicist Educator
Gender male
Birth 6 February 1930 (Tokyo, Japan)
Education University of Tokyo
The details

Jun Kondo (近藤 淳 Kondō Jun, born on February 6, 1930) is a theoretical physicist from Japan. His research is famous for the Kondo effect.

Honours and appointments

  • 1959 Dr. of Science, University of Tokyo
  • 1959 Research Associate, Nihon University
  • 1960 Research Associate, Institute for Solid-State Physics, University of Tokyo
  • 1963 Research Scientist, Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL) [became AIST]
  • 1968 Nishina Memorial Prize
  • 1973 Imperial Prize of the Japan Academy
  • 1979 Asahi Prize
  • 1984 Fellow, ETL (dual appointment)
  • 1987 Fritz London Memorial Prize
  • 1990 Professor, Toho University
  • 1995 Emeritus Professor, Toho University
  • 1997 Member of the Japan Academy
  • 2001–present: Special Adviser, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Books available in English

  • Fermi surface effects: proceedings of the Tsukuba Institute, Tsukuba Science City, Japan, August 27–29, 1987 (1988)
  • The Physics of Dilute Magnetic Alloys (Cambridge University Press, 2012) ISBN 978-1-107-02418-2
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