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Research Areas Staff Research Subject *Phone(ex.) *E-mail
Quantum Structural Physics in Correlated Matter Yoshio Nogami, Prof. Experimental research on low-dimensional electronic system among organic and inorganic correlated matter using synchrotron radiation and transport measurements under extreme conditions. 7770
Ryusuke kondo, Assoc. Prof. 7816
Quantum Physics in Correlated Matter Michinobu Mino, Prof. Experimental research on molecular superconductivity and magnetism at low temperatures.
Experiments on spatiotemporal chaos and nonequilibrium pattern formation using a magnetic material.
Correlation Physics by Synchrotron Radiation Naoshi Ikeda, Prof. Magneto-Electric interacted phenomena in organic and inorganic materials. Exploring a new functionality in the novel correlated materials like electronic ferroelectrics. Using synchrotron radiation and X-ray material science methods we are pioneering a novel material physics from the fundamental discovery to a thin film application. 7810
Takashi Kambe, Assoc. Prof. 7829
Yasushi Matsushima, Sen.Asst.Prof. 8488
Materials Physics under Extreme Conditions Tatsuo C. Kobayashi, Prof. 1. Pressure-induced phase transition and superconductivity in the strongly correlated electron systems.
2. Magnetic properies of molecular oxygen adsorbed in the microporous metal-organic solids.
Shingo Araki, Assoc. Prof. 7906
Low Temperature Condensed-Matter Physics Guo-qing Zheng, Prof. Experimental Research on superconductivity and electron correlations by NMR/NQR; developing techniques for the use under extreme conditions such as pulsed high magnetic field, high pressure and low temperature. Current research projects include physics of iron-based and cuprate high temperature superconductors, non-centrosymmetric superconductors and heavy fermion materials. 7813
Shinji, Kawasaki, Assoc. Prof. 7803
Kazuaki Matano, Asst.Prof. 7821
Quantum Physics in Condensed Matter Minoru Nohara, Prof. Our research aim is to develop novel electronic states, such as high- temperature superconductivity and gigantic thermopower, through synthesizing new materials. 7828
Kazutaka Kudo, Assoc. Prof. 7805
( Shinya Ayukawa, Asst.Prof.) 7805
Physics of Solid Surfaces and Interfaces Takayoshi Yokoya, Prof. Surface and interface physics of solids
1.Experimental study on electronic states of superconductors by means of photoemission spectroscopy.
2.Experimental study on electronic states of the interface between metal and semiconductor by using x-ray emission spectroscopy.
3.Synthesis of thin films with novel functionalities such as superconductivity and ferromagnetism.
Yuji Muraoka, Assoc. Prof. 7898
Takanori Wakita, Sen.Asst.Prof. 7897
Kensei Terashima, Sen.Asst.Prof. 7897
Physics of Condensed Matter Kozo Okada, Prof. Condensed Matter Physics (Theory):
(1) Statistical Mechanics (Magnetism, Solitonic Excitations, Numerical Simulation Method)
(2) Electron Correlation (Rare Earth Compounds, Transition-Metal Compounds, Cuprates)
(3) High-Energy Spectroscopies (X-Rray Absorption, XMCD. Photomeission, Resonant X-Ray Emission)
Yoshihiro Nishiyama, Asst.Prof. 7809
Quantum Many-Body Physics Masanori Ichioka, Prof. Theoretical studies on condensed matter systems in general, including superconductivity in strongly correlated materials such as heavy Fermions, superfluidity in neutral atomic Fermionic and Bosonic gases and superfluid 3He. 7806
(Harald O.Jeschke, Prof.) 8962
Seiichiro Onari, Assoc. Prof. 7804
Hiroto Adachi, Assoc. Prof. 7815
Nayuta Takemori, Asst.Prof.
High Energy Physics Koshio, Yusuke, Assoc. Prof. Experimental research on elementary particle physics with and without accelerators. Search for new particles and violation of some conservation laws. Measurement of neutrino masses and determination of their type (Dirac or Majorana). 7817
(Shintaro Ito,Asst.Prof.) 7818
Experimental Astrophysics Makoto Sakuda, Prof. Neutrino Astrophysics;
Study of Cosmic Microwave Background and Big Bang Cosmology; Study of Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions
Hirokazu Ishino, Prof. 7818
(Satoru Uozumi,Asst.Prof.) 7905
(Sebastian Lorenz,Asst.Prof.) 7905
Quantum Universe (Motohiko Yoshimura,Prof.) Each elementary particle has its own anti-(elementary)-particle. The number of anti-particles right after the birth of our universe must have been the same to that of particles according to energetic consideration, while the present universe almost exclusively consists of particles. Why did this asymmetry between matter and anti-matter occur ? The key to solve the enigma is considered to lie in a violation of some conservation laws in the elementary particle world (lepton number and CP violation). Our reseach efforts at the Center are directed to elucidate the nature of elementary particles, in particular theoretical and experimental studies related to neutrinos and leptons, and the origin of the universe. 7808
Satoshi Uetake, Assoc. Prof. 7909
Kohji Yoshimura, Prof. 8499
(Noboru Sasao, Prof.) 8499
Akihiro Yoshimi, Assoc. Prof. 8499
(Yuuki Miyamoto,Assoc.Prof.) 8489
(Takahiro Masuda,Asst.Prof.) 8489
(Hideaki Hara,Asst.Prof.) 8489
(Jun Akimitsu, Prof.) 8632
Kaya Kobayashi, Assoc. Prof. 8631
(Kazumasa Horigane, Assoc. Prof.) 8631
(Rie Horie,Asst.Prof.) 8631

Secretary and Technical Staff

Staff *Phone(ex.) *E-mail
Hiroko Mine 7825
Nobuaki Nagao 7812
Hisayuki Urakami 8730

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