
Biographical Sketch from the American Mathematical Monthly, March 1999: Junpei Sekino finished an undergraduate program in chemistry at Nihon University, Tokyo, and came to Oregon State University, where he was influenced by teachers/mentors Gordon W. Gilkey, Ze'ev B. Orzech, and J. Wolfgang Smith. After receiving a second bachelor's degree in art, he earned his Ph.D. in algebraic topology under Smith. He is professor at Willamette University, where he was once the Mortarboard Professor of the Year. His hobbies include wild mushroom hunting, printmaking, and fractal plotting. His prizewinning web site "Sekino's Fractal Gallery" can be accessed via the home page of the Pacific Northwest Section of the Mathematical Association of America (http://www.math.ubc.ca/~cayf/Pacnortsect.html). 


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(Updated: November 18, 2008) Kenji Sekino's "My Family", 1998.
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