Publication List

2014 年 10 月 30 日


1957 1958 1959
1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

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(with K.Itakura)* “The Japanese Research System and the Establishment of the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research I & II”, Kagakusi Kenkyu, Tokyo, Nos. 41& 42 (1957), pp.5-13 &22-28. *Originally Written in Japanese; later translated in the book, Science and Society in Modern Japan (1974), 158-201.


1959 go page top

“How Japan introduced Western Physics in the early years of the Meiji Era 1864 – 1888”, Scientific Papers of the College of General Education, University of Tokyo IX:1 (1959), 163-174.


1964 go page top

“On Nagaoka’s Atomic Model”, Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.3 (1964), 29-47


1965 go page top

“An Application of a Type of Metrix to analyze the citation of Scientific papers”, Journal of American Society for Information Science, 16 (1965), 10-19.


1966 go page top

“Stephen Hales’ Work in Chemistry, A Newtonian Influence”, Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.5 (l966),75-86.

“Five important Analyses in the History of Physics in Japan (Abstract of Thesis to the University of Tokyo,in Japanese)”, Butsurigakushi Kenkyu, Tokyo, 3, No.1 (1966), 36-44.


1967 go page top

“Discovery of two scientific letters between H.Nagaoka and E. Rutherford (in Japanese),” Butsurigakushi Kenkyu, Tokyo, 3, No.6 (1967), 71-75.


1968 go page top

(with C. Futita), “Science Education in Tropical African Universities after World War II,” Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.7 (1968),143-157.


1971 go page top

“Development of H. Nagaokas Saturnian Atomic Model”, XIIe Congres International D’Histoire Des Sciences, Paris, 1968, Actes, 5(1971), 117-119.


1972 go page top

“Development, of Nagaokas Atomic Model (1904-05)”, Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.11 (1972), 73-89.


1973 go page top

(with T. Kimura),”A Statistical Approach to Nagaoka’s Research in Spectroscopy, Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.12(1973)., 93-97.

(with K. Itakura and T. Kimura), Nagaoka Hantaro Den (Nagaoka’s biography in Japanese), (Tokyo, Asahi Shinburisha, I973, 600pp.


1974 go page top

(with S. Nakayama and D. Swain), Science and Society in Modern Japan (Tokyo, Urniversity of Tokyo Press with the MIT Press, Cambridge, 1974), 335pp.

“H. Nagaoka’s Theory of Structure of Matter”, XIIIe Congres International D’Histoire Des Sciences, Moscow, 1971, Actes, 6 (1974), 91-94.

“Hantaro NAGAOKA”, Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York Charles Scribner’s Sons) , 9 (1974),606-607.


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(with T. Kimura) “The Role of Nagaopka’s Atomic Model in his Research”, Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of the History of Science, Tokyo, 1974, 2 (1975), 345-348.


1978 go page top

(with T.Tsuji eds.), Nihon no Butsurigakushi (a history of physics in Japan in Japanese), 2 Vols. (Tokyo, Tokai University Press 1978).


1981 go page top

“Analytical Approach to Clausiuss First Memoir on the Mechanical Theory of Heat (1850)”, Historia Scientiarum, Tokyo, No.20(1981), 77-94.


1984 go page top

“Derek J. De Solla Price”, Historia Scientiarum, Tokyo, No.26(1984), 115-117.

“Clausius ‘s Mathematical Method and the Mechanical Theory of Heat”, Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, Berkeley, 15:1(1984), 177-195.


1985 go page top

“R.Clausius’s Mechanical Theory of Heat”, XVIIth International Congress of the History of Science, Berkeley, 1985, Act, 1(1985), Pj-7A.


1988 go page top

“Clausiu und Entropy: Reversible and Irreversible Processes (in Japanese)”, Entoropii (journal of Entropy society of Japan), No.13 (1988), 7-11.


1989 go page top

(with H. Matsuda and Y. Abe), “Toshiko YUASA’s Archive at the Institute for Women’s Studies, Ochanomizu University (in Japanese)”, Bulletin of the Institute for Women’s Studies, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, No.2(1989), 97-118.

On the Fromation if R. Clausius’s Entropy (Project Number 61580085), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science, & Culture, Japan, 1989, 56pp.

“Clausius’s Entropy and Irreversibility”, the XVIIIth International Congress of History of Science, 1st-9th August, 1989, Hamburg-Munich, W.Germany, Abst., (1989), R3-8.


1990 go page top

“Clausius and Entropy (in Japanese)”, E. Yagi eds., Netsurikigaku Daini Hosoku no Tenkai (development of the second law of thermodynamics),(Tokyo, Asakura, 1990), pp.69-95.


1991 go page top

“An Historical Approach to Entropy”, China-Japan Entropy symposium, 23rd-25th, November, 1990, Shanghai, China, (1991), pp.123-124.


1993 go page top

(with H. Matsuda and M Yamazaki), Catalog of Toshiko YUASA’s (1909-1980) Archives, Institute for Women’s Studies, Ochanomizu University, 1993, 145 pp..

(with H.Matsuda)”, The first Japanese Woman Physicist, T. YUASA and her Archives”, the XIXth International Congress of the History of Science, Zaraagoza, 1993 (1993), S4-20.


1994 go page top

“Heat and Thermodynamics” I. Grattan-Guinness ed., Encyclopaedia of the History and Philosophy of the Mathematical Sciences, 2, Section 9.5, pp.1171-1182, (Routledge, London, 1994)


1996 go page top

(with H. Havashi), “Historical Studies on Thermodynamics (in Japanese)”, I & II, Kagakusi Kenkyu, Tokyo, 35, Nos.198 & 199 (1996), pp.97-l06 & 162-167.

(with L. Badash & D. Beaver), “Derek Price, Historian of Science and Herald of Scientometrics”, Interdiciplinary Science Review, London, 21, No.1(1996), pp.64-84.


1997 go page top

(with H. Hayashi), “Clausius and the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics”, the XXth International Congress of the History of Science, Liege, 1997 (1997), Section 8.2, p.239.

(with H. Matsuda, & K. Narita)”, T. Yuasa, and the Nature of her Archives at Ochanomizu University in Tokyo”, Historia Scientiarum, Tokyo, 7-2 (1997), 153-163.


1998 go page top

“Studies on the history of thermodynamics through a database,” Report of British Society of the History of Mathematics,Christmas Meeting 1998,Birkbeck College, London, 17 December 1998, Newsletter 39 (Summer1999), 8-9.


1999 go page top

The Roles of Mathematical Physics in the Development of the Entropy Concept (Project No.09680072), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science & Culture, Japan, 1999, 74pp.

(with Rika Tadokoro), “Theory of electricity by R.Clausius in the development of Thermodynamics,” Bicentenary of Invention of the Battery by A.Volta, Volta and the History of Electricity Conference, Como & Pavia, 11-15 September, 1999, Book of Abstracts (1999), p.29, Volta and the History of Electricity, ed. by Fabio B. & E.Gionnetto, pp.299-307 (Hoepli International Publisher, Milan) 2003.


2000 go page top


2001 go page top


2002 go page top

(with H.Hayashi), “Clausius and the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics (with Fourier’s influence),” Proceedings, the XXth International Congress of the History of Science, Liege, 1997, Vol.XIV, History of Modern Physics, ed. by H. Kragh, G. Vampamel & P. Marage, pp.133-141 (Turnhouse, Brepols, Liege), 2002.

A Historical Approach to Entropy –Collected papers of Eri Yagi and her coworkers,International Publishing Institute, Japan, 2002, 186pp.

 

A Supplement of the Collected Papers of Eri Yagi and her Coworkers — A Database from R.Clausius’s Abhandlungen I – XVI, Eri Yagi Institute for History of Science, Japan, 2002, 72pp.


2003 go page top

Physical Society of Japan Members’ Survey for the IUPAP Paris Conference of 2002 through Questionnaire (translated in English by EriYagi) Originally published by the Society as a pamphlet in December, 2002, later in Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies Bulletin, Vol.13, No.3 (2003) pp.28-31.

“Various methods to study the mechanical theory of heat,” British Society for the History of Science. Annual Conference, 17-19 July,2003, York St John College, York, Abstracts (2003), p.15.


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2005 go page top

“Women in physics in Japan – a grass roots movement,” XXII International Congress of History of Science,24-30 July,2005, Beijing, Book of Abstracts (2005),p.618.

(with Ivor Grattan-Guinness, Emeritus Professor of Middlesex University,U.K) “What are Potential and Entropy ? Thir historical background,”the7thlecture-meeting,NPOGKN,Yokyo,16 October, 2005, http//gakujutsukenkyunet.org/ekoensummary7th.html


2006 go page top

Book review by Eri Yagi, The Issue of Gender and Science in 18th Century France by Keiko KAWASHIMA, (in Japanese, University of Tokyo Press,2005,249pp.) Butsuri (Physical Society of Japan) Vol.61, No.3 (2006),p.214.


2007 go page top

2007, (with Hisako Matsuda) “Toshiko YUASA(1909-80):The First Japanese Woman Physicist and her Followers in Japan,”Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies Bulletin, Vol.17, No4 (2007) pp.15-17


2008 go page top


2009 go page top

2009, (with Rika Tadokoro Okamoto) “A History of Entropy through various Methods,” (delivered on 29 July) Abstract, XXIII International Congress of History of Science (2009), Budapest, Hungary. See also Professor Emeritus Yagi’s Blog: http://www.schaft.org/wp/

2009, ”R. Clausius’s contribution to the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics,” Book of Abstract, 4th Symposium on Vacuum based Science & Technology, September, Kozsalin, Poland (2009) p.C1.


2010 go page top

2010, “On Yagi’s invited lecture for the new Clausisu Tower (project) at Koszalin University of Technology, Poland( in Japanese),” Entoropii (the journal of entropy society of Japan) No.68, March (2010) pp.210-214.

2010, (with R. T. Okamoto) “A History of Entropy through various Methods:Specially Focused on Technical term Analysis,” Historia Sientiarum, Tokyo, Vol.20-1 (2010) pp.47-56.


2011 go page top

2011, “The Important Role of Particles through the 19th Mechanical Theory of Heat,”, International Conference for the 3rd Centanary of R.G.Boscovich, Pavia, Italy September, 2011 (to be published in the Proceedings in the near future)


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2013 go page top

2013, “Clausiu on Nagaoka ‘s development of his atomic model (1903),” the 24th ICHSTM, Manchester, Program T160, July 25 (2013) p.343.

2013, (with Haruo Hayashi, Kiyoshi Yoda, and Rika Tadokoro Okamoto) The Japanese translation of 7 Clausius’s German papers on the mechanical theory of heat, Entoropie no Kigen (The origin and backgrounds of Entropy) (Tokai University Press, Japan) 376pp.


2014 go page top

2014, “Tetsuo Tsuji’s historical studies on thermodynamics & statistical mechanics ( in Japanese),” Abstract of the 69th Annual meeting of the Physical Society of Japan, Vol.69, No.1-2, March 28 (2014) p.451.

2014, (with Haruo Hayashi, Kiyoshi Yoda, and Rika Tadokoro Okamoto) “Clausius and the 19th century physics (in Japanese),”Butsuri (the Japanese journal of the Physical Society of Japan) Vol.69, No.4, April (2014)pp.230-232.

2014, “Tetsuo Tsuji’s historical studies on physics (in Japanese),” Abstract of the 61th Annual meeting of the History of Science Society of Japan, May 25, C17, p.108.

2014, (with Nobuko Yotsumoto and Shigeko Koyano) “Wheelchair Dancing: The present situations and its historical backgrounds as the Japan Wheelchair Dance Sport Federation,” the 24th Lecture of the NPO GKN, Japan, 13th July, URL: http://www.gakujutsu-kenkyunet.org/index.html


Eri Yagi’s Publications (1957-2014)

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