Tomoya Kinugawa

衣川 智弥

CV

Personal information

Gender: Male
Nationality: Japan

Education
2013–2016 Ph.D course, Kyoto University, Japan.
2011–2013 Master course, Kyoto University, Japan.
2007-2011 Undergraduate course, Kyoto University, Japan.

Job history
January 2020-present

Assistant professor (The University of Tokyo Excellent Young Researcher), Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, Univ. of Tokyo

April 2018–December 2019
JSPS Superlative Post-doctoral Fellow, Univ. of Tokyo, Tokyo.
April 2016–March 2018
ICRR Post-doctoral fellow, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, Tokyo.
2013–2016

JSPS Doctor fellow, Japan.

Education experience
2021-present visiting associate professor, Digital Hollywood University, Japan.

2018–2021 Part-time lecturer, Digital Hollywood University, Japan.
2013–2014 Teaching Assistant, Kyoto University, Japan.

Research grants
2020-2021 The University of Tokyo Excellent Young Researcher, 6,000,000 JPY/2years

2018–2021 Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows, No.18J00558, 11,700,000 JPY/3years
2016–2018 Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity start-up, No.16H06715, 2,600,000 JPY/2years
2013–2016 Grant-in-Aid for JSPS fellows, No.251284, 2,900,000 JPY/3year

Professional societies
Astronomical Society of Japan
Physical Society of Japan
Theoretical astronomy and astrophysics society in Japan
KAGRA collaboration
DECIGO working group
high-z GUNDAM working group

THESEUS scientific collaboration


Languages
Japanese Mothertongue
English good working knowledge


Awards
2/2018 Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists
4/2018 The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology:The Young Scientists ’Prize

 

Research

Binary of first stars​

Gravitational wave sources from the early universe

 
 

Contact

kinugawa_at_icrr.u-tokyo.ac.jp