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This interview with A. G. W. Cameron focuses on selected aspects of Cameron's research including nucleosynthesis and use of computers in research. Covers Cameron's different topics of research as well as various institutional appointments. Also comments on style of research and William Fowler's receipt of Nobel prize.
In the interview Akira Kasahara discusses the following topics: family background and childhood; the University of Tokyo; his interest in astronomy and meteorology; the Japanese Meteorological Society; his research in numerical weather prediction and later tropical cyclones; his work at Texas A & M University, the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), with the Atomic Energy Commission at the Argonne National Laboratory, Courant Institute, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), and the University of Stockholm; his use of computers as early as in the lat