Toin University of Yokohama
Yoshinori Hayakawa has graduated Tokyo University, Department of Applied Physics. He received Ph.D. in Tokyo Institute of Technology. He then engaged in Boron-Neutron-Therapy in Teikyo University and then Proton Radiation Beam Therapy in University of Tsukuba. He has Measured first in the world acoustic pulse generated in the patient’s body treated by pulsed proton beam. The phenomenon will be used to monitor dose distribution in patients as planed or not. He then become a professor in Toin University of Yokohama. He is now retired. He is interested in researches on well being of human life. He has developed Computer Numerals and New Abacus Numerals for improving basic education to reduce poverty.
He is now developing a plan to eliminate glacial period by reflecting sun light by mirrors on the moon surface and Lagrangian points of moon orbit.