As an early follower of Mathematica, Akijiro Katsu is proud to have been a user of the first DOS and Windows versions.
Katsu worked for several years at a juku in Japan teaching students of all levels, including elementary and high school. In 1991, he joined Sumisho Electronics and served as a Mathematica technician and trainer. Katsu joined HULINKS in 2005, and now he regularly gives instructional talks about Mathematica at Japanese universities.
HULINKS Inc, Tokyo, Japan
BA in Applied Physics, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Math, physics, computers, science fiction novels