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Namesort descendingAffiliationOfficial titleResearch fields - keywords
Ikeda HiroshiFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesAssociate ProfessorCondensed matter physics II, Applied materials - Superconductivity, Regenertor, Cryogenics
Kadowaki KazuoFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessorCondensed matter physics II, Applied materials - Superconductivity, High Tc Superconductivity, Vortex state, Single crystal growth, Josephson plasma, THz, Microwave spectroscopy, Magnetic superconductors, Dilute magnetic semiconductors, topological insulators and superconductors, Quantum Hall effect, Quantum spin Hall effect, Spintronics
Matsuishi KiyotoFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessorCondensed matter physics I, Applied materials - Solid-State Physics (Optical Properties Semiconductor), Applied Physics of Property and Crystallography, High Pressure Physics, 応用物性, Spectroscopy, 分子性結晶, Nanoscience, Organic-Inorganic Complex Materials
Murakami KouichiFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessor EmeritusOptical engineering, Photon science, Applied materials - Semiconductors, Impurities, Defects, Hydrogen Passivation, Laser Ablation, Time-resolved Structure Measurements, Laser-Plasma Soft X-rays Spectroscopy/Nano-Processing, Si-Nanoscience, Si-Nanowires, Si-Nanocrystals
Oigawa HaruhiroFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesAssistant ProfessorThin film/Surface and interfacial physical properties, Applied materials, Electron device/Electronic equipment - Surface Science, Epitaxial Growth, Electronic Device
Suemasu TakashiFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesProfessorApplied materials, Optical engineering, Photon science - Applied Physics of Property and Crystallography, Applied Optics and Quantum Optics
Tsujimoto ManabuFaculty of Pure and Applied SciencesAssistant ProfessorApplied materials, Electron device/Electronic equipment, Nano/Microsystems, Condensed matter physics II - Superconductivity, High-Tc superconductors, Macroscopic quantum interferometry, Josephson effect, Terahertz science and technology