Tokyo University of Science

Introduction

The philosophy of the Department of Physics, which was established in 1967, at the same time as the Faculty of Science and Technology, is to "carry out education and research for cultivating human resources who can research the true essence of things, and expand their findings toward further pursuit of truth and application based on their own power." The composition of the department includes broad areas ranging from pure physics to applied physics, or specifically, areas that are roughly divided into theoretical physics and experimental physics.

  • Acquire basic skills and applied skills simultaneously, by concentrating energy on experiments.
  • Assign physics labs for the 7 departments in the Faculty of Science and Technology, and foster the ability for students themselves to understand the true essence of things.
  • With regard to cutting-edge, specialized education, organize a curriculum full of labs and discussions and enable students to systematically learn principles and applications.
  • Cultivate able researchers with an abundant education as well as deep, specialized knowledge and applied skills regarding science, who can accurately respond to the demands of the times with a sharp problem-solving consciousness.

Curriculum

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Introduction to Analysis
  • Physical Mathematics 1A / 1B
  • Physical Mathematics 2A / 2B
  • Mathematics Discussion
  • Dynamics 1 / 2
  • Electromagnetics 1 / 2
  • Thermodynamics
  • Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
  • Introduction to Statistical Mechanics
  • Dynamics Discussion
  • Electromagnetics Discussion
  • Statistical Mechanics Discussion
  • Physical Experiments 1 - 3
  • Chemistry A / B
  • Analytical Dynamics
  • Oscillations and Waves
  • Quantum Mechanics 1 / 2 / 3
  • Physical Mathematics 2C / 2D
  • Physical Measurements
  • Chemistry 2
  • Chemical Experiments
  • Electromagnetics 3
  • Quantum Mechanics 2
  • Quantum Mechanics Discussion
  • Statistical Mechanics 1
  • Solid State Physics A / B / C
  • Fundamental Optics / Physical Optics
  • Special Lecture on Physics
  • Special Lecture on Physics A
  • Special Lecture on Physics B
  • Special Lecture on Physics C
  • Computer Literacy
  • Computers
  • Programming
  • Geophysics
  • Continuum Mechanics
  • Mathematical Statistics
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • Bioscience
    • Intellectual Property
    • English
  • <Specialized Subjects>
    • Nuclear Physics A / B
    • Applied Physical Properties A / B
    • Quantum Optics
    • Electronic Circuits
    • Introduction to Crystallography
    • Astrophysics
    • Relativity
    • Quantum Mechanics 3
    • Numerical Calculation Methods
Astrophysics (Theoretical)

Graduation Research

  • Suzuki Research Group
Astrophysics (Experimental)

Graduation Research

  • Kohmura Research Group
Nuclear/Elementary Particles (Theoretical)

Graduation Research

  • Saito Research Group
  • Sawado Research Group
Nuclear/Elementary Particles (Experimental)

Graduation Research

  • Chiba Research Group
Solid State Physics (Theoretical)

Graduation Research

  • Hamada Research Group
  • Hanzawa Research Group
  • Fukumoto Research Group
Solid State Physics (Experimental)

Graduation Research

  • Okazaki Research Group
  • Kanai Research Group
  • Tamura Research Group
  • Yaguchi Research Group
Photophysics

Graduation Research

  • Suda Research Group
  • Yoshioka Research Group

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School

    50.5%

  • Information industry

    8.6 %

  • Machinery and appliances

    6.5%

  • Education

    5.4%

  • Service

    3.2%

  • Transport, Communication

    2.2%

  • Finance, insurance

    2.2%

  • Civil servant

    2.2%

  • Publishing, broadcasting

    2.2%

  • Metal products

    1.1%

  • Medicine and cosmetics

    1.1%

  • Construction

    1.1%

  • Retail

    1.1%

  • Other industries

    4.0%

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

    8.6%

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor CHIBA Junsei Elementary particle/atomic nucleus/cosmic ray/space physics Hadron Physics (High Energy Nuclear Physics)
Professor HAMADA Noriaki Physical properties II Electronic band structure calculation
Professor HANZAWA Katsurou Physical properties II Strongly correlated electron systems (theoretical)
Professor KANAI Kaname Physical properties I Organic Interface Science, Electronic Structure
Professor SAITO Koichi Elementary particle/atomic nucleus/cosmic ray/space physics quark nuclear physics
Professor SUDA Akira Applied optics/quantum optical engineering Nonlinear Optics, Ultrafast Opto-Electronics, Bio-imaging
Professor SUZUKI Hideyuki Elementary particle/atomic nucleus/cosmic ray/space physics supernova neutrino
Professor TAMURA Masafumi Physical properties II Molecular Magnets, Molecular Conductors
Professor YAGUCHI Hiroshi Physical properties II Experimental condensed matter physics
Associate Professor FUKUMOTO Yoshiyuki Physical properties II solid state physics, theory, spin system, superconductivity
Associate Professor KOMURA Takayoshi Astronomy Astrophysics, X-ray Astronomy, X-ray detector, X-ray CCD, Neutron Star
Associate Professor SAWADO Nobuyuki Elementary particle/atomic nucleus/cosmic ray/space physics Topological soliton model
Associate Professor YOSHIOKA Shinya Living organism physics/chemical physics
Junior Associate Professor OKAZAKI Ryuji Physical properties II Correlated electron system
Assistant Professor AKAIKE Koki Functional materials/device organic semiconductor, interface electronic structure, solar cell, photocatalyst
Assistant Professor Irokawa Katsumi Physical properties I surface physics
Assistant Professor MIYATSU Tsuyoshi Elementary particle/atomic nucleus/cosmic ray/space physics nuclear physics (theory)
Assistant Professor NISHIMURA Daiki Elementary particle/atomic nucleus/cosmic ray/space physics Nuclear Physics (Experiment)
Assistant Professor UEDA Kohei
Assistant Professor YAMADA Takemi Physical properties II iron-based superconductivity, excitonic insulator, orbital fluctuation, band calculation
Assistant Professor YAMAZAKI Teruo

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