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Title: <資料>朝永正三先生と佐瀬武雄さんの卒業證書
Other Titles: The Diplomas of Professor Shozo Tomonaga and BE Takeo Sase
Authors: 牧野, 俊郎  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Makino, Toshiro
Keywords: 朝永正三
帝國大學 /京都帝國大學
Shozo Tomonaga
The Imperial College of Engineering
The Imperial University
Kyoto Imperial University
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2008
Publisher: 京都大学高等教育研究開発推進センター
Journal title: 京都大学高等教育研究
Volume: 14
Start page: 105
End page: 110
Abstract: In 1897, Kyoto Imperial University was founded, although only two departments of the College of Science and Engineering opened that year. One of the two departments was the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The first professor in the department was Shozo Tomonaga. He entered the Imperial College of Engineering and graduated from the Imperial University in 1888, and in 1898 was inducted as a professor at Kyoto Imperial University. In late 2007 his diploma from the Imperial University was discovered, an extremely surprising discovery. At the same time, the diploma of BE Takeo Sase from Kyoto Imperial University, issued in 1912, was also discovered. Sase's was from the College of Science and Engineering, which was in existence until 1914. The diploma of Professor Tomonaga was analyzed and life in the Meiji period was examined, with reference to his precisely written notebooks from his courses of the Imperial College of Engineering. The diploma of BE Sase and his record in the alumni association are also introduced. Sase's diploma from the beginning of the Taisho era is compared with newer diplomas from the Showa and Heisei periods, providing a look at the transition of the significance of graduation in Kyoto and in Japan.
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