Tokyo University of Science

Introduction

Since the establishment of the Tokyo Butsurigaku Koshujo (Tokyo Academy of Physics 135 years ago, the Department of Physics has constantly taken the lead in education and research at the Tokyo University of Science, the philosophy of which is the "advancement of science," while firmly maintaining meritocracy. Physics is an academic field that pursues the essence of nature, by seeking universality from individual phenomena. Based on meritocracy, the Department of Physics carries on the resolution of those before us, who aspired for the advancement of science, which continues to develop and change.

  • As a fundamental academic field for natural science, educate students on physics which serves as the basis for all science and technology.
  • The pillars of learning are mathematics, which serves as an expressive medium for logical thinking; physics experiments, in which students can master methods for substantiation; core subjects, which serve as the basics for modern physics; and graduation research, which comprehensively puts the study of physics into effect.
  • Rather than simple accumulation of knowledge, foster the ability to organically deploy this knowledge as well as the capacity to discover and solve problems.
  • Cultivate human resources who have acquired the mentality of physics, and who can contribute to various fields.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Linear Algebra
  • Calculus
  • Calculus Exercise
  • Chemistry1 - 2
  • Analysis
  • Physics
  • Mechanics 1 / 2
  • Mathematics for Physics 1A - 2B
  • Physics Lab 1 - 3
  • Analytical Mechanics
  • Electromagnetism 1 - 3
  • Relativity
  • Thermodynamics
  • Quantum Mechanics 1B - 3A
  • Statistical Mechanics 1 / 2
  • Introductory of Physics
  • Introduction to Information Science 1 / 2
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Molecular Biology Lab
  • Numerical Computation
  • Computational Physics
  • Optics 1 / 2
  • Selected Topics of Physics 1 - 5
  • General Relativity
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Earth / Space
  • Geophysics
  • Atmospheric Physics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Astrophysics
  • Environmental Physics

Graduation Research

  • Matsushita Research Group
  • Miura Research Group
  • Tsujikawa Research Group*
Nucleus / Elementary Particles
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Theory of Elemental Particles

Graduation Research

  • Suzuki (K) Research Group
Physics Education / Living Organisms
  • Biophysics 1 / 2
  • Lecture and Lab

Graduation Research

  • Kawamura Research Group
  • Umemura Research Group*
Condensed Matter(Theory)
  • Atomic Molecular Physics
  • Mechanics of Elastic Bodies
  • Theory of Condensed Matters 1A - 3C
  • Electronic Circuits 1 - 2

Graduation Research

  • Nikuni Research Group
  • Watanabe Research Group
  • Sakai Research Group*
Condensed Matter(Experiment)
  • Atomic Molecular Physics
  • Mechanics of Elastic Bodies
  • Theory of Condensed Matters 1A - 3C
  • Electronic Circuits 1 - 2

Graduation Research

  • Sakata Research Group
  • Tokunaga Research Group
  • Tsai Research Group
  • Sanaka Research Group
  • Homma Research Group
  • Mitsuda Research Group
  • Zhao Research Group*
  • Nagashima Research Group*

* Division II research groups

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School

    75.0%

  • Information industry

    5.8 %

  • Transport, Communication

    2.9 %

  • Service

    1.9 %

  • Education

    1.9 %

  • Machinery and appliances

    1.9 %

  • Electricity supply, gas supply

    1.0 %

  • Civil servant

    1.0%

  • Retail

    1.0%

  • Other industries

    2.9%

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

    4.7%

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor HOMMA Yoshikazu Nanostructural chemistry Nanocarbon materials, Nanospace science, Nanospectroscopy
Professor KAWAMURA Yasufumi Multimedia database
Science education
Educational technology
Education on school subjects and activities
Energy engineering
Multimedia information,WWW
fun experiments of science
e-learning
science education
Dye-sensitized solar cell,Savonius type windmill wind power generation
Professor MATSUSHITA Kyoko Astronomy X-ray astronomy, galaxies, clusters of galaxies
Professor Mitsuda Setsuo Condensed matter physics II Magnetism, Spin Frustration , Neutron scattering
Professor MIURA Kazuhiko Meteorology/Physical oceanography/Hydrology Effects of atmospheric aerosols on climate change
Professor NIKUNI Tetsuro Atomic/Molecular/Quantum electronics Theory on ultracold atomic gases
Professor SAKATA Hideaki Condensed matter physics II superconductivity, tunneling spectroscopy, low temperature, surface
Professor TOKUNAGA Eiji Condensed matter physics I
Professor TSAI JAW SHEN Condensed matter physics II Josephson Effect, superconducting qubit
Professor WATANABE Kazuyuki Condensed matter physics I
Mathematical physics/Fundamental condensed matter physics
Computational Nano-Scale Physics
Development of Computational Method for Electronic States
Associate Professor SANAKA Kaoru
Associate Professor SUZUKI Katsuhiko Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics Hadron Physics, QCD
Junior Associate Professor SUZUKI Yasumitsu Condensed matter physics I
Mathematical physics/Fundamental condensed matter physics

Junior Associate Professor WATABE Shohei Atomic/Molecular/Quantum electronics
Assistant Professor FUJIHARA Masayoshi Condensed matter physics II magnetism
Assistant Professor KOBAYASHI Shogo Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics X-ray astrophysics
Assistant Professor MORI Tatsuhiro Meteorology/Physical oceanography/Hydrology Black carbon, Mt. Fuji, climate change
Assistant Professor SETO Keisuke
Assistant Professor SHIMIZU Maki

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