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HIROSE Sho

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Ph.D. Student, SPHERE, Laboratoire de Philosophie et Histoire des Sciences (UMR 7219, CNRS & Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7)
Equipe REHSEIS
Projet SAW
Contact Me:sg.kippis[at]gmail.com

Thesis : "Astronomical Observation, Calculation and Astrology in India : A critical study on Parameśvara’s Goladīpikā "
Adviser : Agathe Keller



Research Interests

  • Astronomy in India, from early classical to medieval (4th-16th centuries).
  • Practice of astronomical observation
  • The Mādhava school of astronomers, especially Parameśvara
  • Sanskrit manuscripts in Kerala



Education

- March 2012 : MA(Linguistics), Kyoto Sangyo University, Graduate Division of Foreign Languages

  • Thesis : "Bhāskara I’s commentary on the Āryabhaṭīya : Annotated Japanese translation of the third chapter"

- March 2005 : BA(Systems sciences), Tokyo University, College of arts and sciences

  • Thesis : "Quasi-periodic oscillation in the superoutburst of the cata- clysmic variable star RZ Sge"



Communications

  • Michio Yano, Sho Hirose, Mathematical models and cosmology in early Indian astronomy, 24th International Congress of History of Science, Technology and Medicine. The University of Manchester (Manchester), 23rd July 2013
  • Sho Hirose, “Ancient Indian Cosmology” as an example of misunderstanding in the history of Astronomy, 26th meeting of the Japanese Society for Education and Popularization of Astronomy. Wakayama University (Wakayama), 5th August 2012
  • Sho Hirose, Translation and interpretation of the third chapter of Bhāskara I’s commentary on Āryabhaṭīya, 59th Annual meeting of The History of Science Society of Japan. Mie University (Mie), 27th May 2012
  • Sho Hirose, Planetary models in Indian astronomy : Focusing on Bhāskara I’s commentary on Āryabhaṭīya, 58th Annual meeting of The History of Science Society of Japan. The University of Tokyo, Komaba (Tokyo), 29th May 2011