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Faculty of Science Division I

Department of Applied Physics

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Introduction

In order to realize a rich and sustainable society, technological innovation is necessary. The Department of Applied Physics carries out research and education to innovate new materials and devices. As a strategy for innovating new materials and devices, we are studying from the following three viewpoints:

  • (1) "Quantum physical system" for fundamentally seeking microscopic properties of materials based on quantum mechanics: Itou Lab, Miyajima Lab, Miyakawa Lab, Saitoh Lab, Tohyama Lab.
  • (2) "Mathematical and statistical physics system" for analyzing complicated phenomena by mathematical model construction: Araki Lab, Komukae Lab, Sumino Lab.
  • (3) "Advanced device system" for aiming at the creation of a new device in the market: Higuchi Lab, Kinoshita Lab, Okamura/Nakajima Lab.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Mathematics
  • Calculus
  • Analysis
  • Physical Mathematics 1
  • Dynamics 1 / 2
  • Electromagnetics 1 / 2
  • Thermodynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Chemistry
  • General Chemistry
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Basic Physics Lab
  • Physics Lab
  • Applied Physics Lab
  • Computer Basics
  • Computers 2 and Practice
  • Multiple lecturers rotating 1 / 2
  • Lecture and Lab
  • Special Lecture on Applied Physics 1-4
  • Quantum Mechanics 1
  • Statistical Mechanics
  • Calculus Discussion
  • Physical Mathematics 1 Discussion
  • Dynamics 1 Discussion
  • Electromagnetics 1 Discussion
  • Quantum Mechanics 1 Discussion
  • Statistical Mechanics Discussion
  • Biology 1 / 2
  • Biophysics 1 / 2
  • Molecular Biology Lab
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Semiconductors
  • Solid-State Physics B
  • Solid-State Physics C
  • Solid-State Physics D
  • Solid-State Physics A
  • Physical Mathematics 2
  • Quantum Mechanics 2
  • Photophysics 1 / 2
  • Theory of Measurement Control 1 / 2
  • Ohkawa Research Group
Dielectrics
  • Solid-State Physics B
  • Solid-State Physics C
  • Solid-State Physics D
  • Solid-State Physics A
  • Physical Mathematics 2
  • Quantum Mechanics 2
  • Photophysics 1 / 2
  • Theory of Measurement Control 1 / 2

Graduation Research

  • Okamura Research Group
  • Komukae Research Group
Magnetic Materials
  • Solid-State Physics B
  • Solid-State Physics C
  • Solid-State Physics D
  • Solid-State Physics A
  • Physical Mathematics 2
  • Quantum Mechanics 2
  • Photophysics 1 / 2
  • Theory of Measurement Control 1 / 2

Graduation Research

  • Saito Research Group
Conductive Material / Superconductors
  • Solid-State Physics B
  • Solid-State Physics C
  • Solid-State Physics D
  • Solid-State Physics A
  • Physical Mathematics 2
  • Quantum Mechanics 2
  • Photophysics 1 / 2
  • Theory of Measurement Control 1 / 2

Graduation Research

  • Ikehata Research Group
  • Takayanagi Research Group
  • Higuchi Research Group
  • Miyakawa Research Group
Information Measurement
  • Solid-State Physics B
  • Solid-State Physics C
  • Solid-State Physics D
  • Solid-State Physics A
  • Physical Mathematics 2
  • Quantum Mechanics 2
  • Photophysics 1 / 2
  • Theory of Measurement Control 1 / 2
  • Computers 3
  • Information Theory and Discussion

Graduation Research

  • Araki Research Group
  • Miyajima Research Group

* indicates Division II research groups that can be selected.

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School

    54.6%

  • Information industry

    10.1%

  • Machinery and appliances

    6.7%

  • Education

    4.2%

  • Retail

    3.4%

  • Civil servant

    3.4%

  • Food

    1.7%

  • Service

    0.8%

  • Transport, Communication

    0.8%

  • Publishing, broadcasting

    0.8%

  • Medicine and cosmetics

    0.8%

  • Electricity supply, gas supply

    0.8%

  • Other industries

    0.8%

  • Other (persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)

    11.1%

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor ARAKI Osamu General neuroscience Neural Information Processing, Cognitive Neuroscience, EEG, Neurodynamics
Professor KOMUKAE Masaru Physical properties I Dielectrics, Phase transition, Hydrogen bond
Professor MIYAKAWA Nobuaki Physical properties II Superconductivity, Tunneling Spectroscopy, Crystal Growth
Professor OKAMURA Soichiro Structural/functional materials Ferroelectric thin films
Professor SAITOH Tomohiko Physical properties II Electronic structure, photoemission spectroscopy, strongly correlated electron systems
Professor TOHYAMA Takami Physical properties II Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
Associate Professor ITOU Tetsuaki Physical properties II Magnetism, Superconductivity, Highly Correlated Electron System
Associate Professor KINOSHITA Kentaro
Associate Professor MIYAJIMA Kensuke Physical properties I Optical Properties, Semiconductor Nanocrystals, Laser Spectroscopy
Junior Associate Professor HIGUCHI Tohru Inorganic industrial material
Thin film and surface interface physical properties
Solid State Ionics
Oxide Material Science
Junior Associate Professor NAKAJIMA Takashi Polymer/textile materials Electric Properties of Polymer
Junior Associate Professor OKAWA Mario Physical properties II Electronic properties of solids
Junior Associate Professor SUMINO Yutaka Micro/nanodevice
Mathematical physics/fundamental theory of physical properties
Living organism physics/chemical physics
Functional material chemistry
General applied physics
collective micro robotics
Pattern formation, disspative structure
nonequilibrium softmatter
colloid, surfactant, wetting
micro machine
Assistant Professor FURUKAWA Tetsuya Physical properties II organic materials,strongly correlated system
Assistant Professor HASHIZUME Yoichiro Mathematical physics/fundamental theory of physical properties
Assistant Professor ISHIHARA Jun Physical properties I
Assistant Professor KASE Naoki Physical properties II
Assistant Professor SUGIMOTO Takanori Physical properties II Quantum Spin System
Assistant Professor URAKAWA Tomokazu Cognitive science
General neuroscience

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