October 4, 2010

A paper on holonomies (vol.3) appears in Nucl. Phys. B, now available online

The article is available at
I would like to thank the referee for valuable comments. In the published version, I made a major revision, with some speculative analyses on dark matter removed.

August 18, 2010

A paper on holonomies (vol.3) submitted to arXiv

The paper is on gravity interpreted as a square of gauge theory. I have been thinking about this topic over five years and now finally get a satisfying answer. The paper is available at arXiv:1008.2800.

June 1, 2010

Atsuko nominated for Young Investigator Awards of HRS

The award competition is organized by the Heart Rhythm Society and is called the Young Investigator Awards (YIA), now in its 30th year. For more information, see this and this (in Japanese).

May 25, 2010

A paper on abelian holonomy formalism submitted to arXiv

In this paper we consider an application of abelian holonomy formalism to elementary number theory and propose an interesting physical interpretation of the Riemann hypothesis. The paper is now available at arXiv:1005.4299.

March 1, 2010

A paper on M(atrix) theory compactification appears in Phys. Rev. D, now available online

The article is available at
I would like to thank the referee for critical comments; without the comments I would never be able to realize my mistakes in the original version of this paper. So I am grateful to the referee very much.
Accordingly I have revised my doctoral dissertation since it contains most of the materials in the paper. A revised dissertation in an abridged style is now available at
arXiv:1002.4937 [hep-th].

February 23, 2010

Atsuko soon becomes a PhD in medicine!

The other day Atsuko Abe (my wife) passed an oral exam for her PhD in medicine.
Research subject is something like

Circadian Variation of Late Potentials in Idiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation
Associated with J Waves: Insights into Pathophysiology and Risk Stratification

Congratulations! We are proud of you.
I hope you keep helpful to many patients.