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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, Sumino Lab.
  • (3) "Advanced device system" for aiming at creation of a new device in the market: Higuchi Lab, Kinoshita Lab, Okamura Lab, Nakajima Lab.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Mathematical Methods in Physics 1A / B , 2A / B
  • Mathematical Methods in Physics, Problem Solving A / B
  • Differential and Integral Calculus A / B
  • Differential and Integral Calculus, Problem Solving
  • Linear Algebra A / B
  • Introductory Physics Laboratory A / B
  • Mechanics 1A / B , 2
  • Mechanics 1, Problem Solving
  • Electromagnetism 1A / B , 2
  • Electromagnetism 1, Problem Solving
  • Computer Literacy A / B
  • Chemistry 1 / 2
  • Biology 1 / 2
  • Analysis A / B
  • Intermediate Physics Laboratory A / B
  • Thermodynamics
  • Scientific English 1 / 2
  • Demonstration of Selected Topics in Physics A / B
  • Advanced Physics Laboratory A / B
  • Selected Topics in Applied Physics 1 / 2
  • Bachelor Thesis Research
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Quantum physical system
  • Quantum Mechanics 1A / 1B , 2
  • Quantum Mechanics 1, Problem Solving A / B
  • Solid State Physics C / D
  • Optical Physics 1 / 2

Graduation Research

  • Itou Research Group
  • Miyajima Research Group
  • Miyakawa Research Group
  • Saitoh Research Group
  • Tohyama Research Group
Mathematical and statistical physics system
  • Statistical Mechanics A / B
  • Statistical Mechanics, Problem Solving A / B
  • Information Theory A / B
  • Programming A / B
  • Introduction to Neuroscience
  • Biophysics 1 / 2
  • Experiments in Molecular Biology
  • Fluid Mechanics

Graduation Research

  • Araki Research Group
  • Sumino Research Group
Advanced device system
  • Solid State Physics A / B
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Electric Circuits
  • Energy Conversion and Supply
  • Control and Measurement Method 1 / 2
  • Materials Science
  • Experiment in Chemistry (Chemistry Laboratory)

Graduation Research

  • Higuchi Research Group
  • Kinoshita Research Group
  • Nakajima Research Group
  • Okamura Research Group

* indicates Division II research groups that can be selected.

Information on Career Paths

  • Graduate School

    63.8%

  • Information Industry

    12.9%

  • Professional and Technical Services

    5.2%

  • Electronic Parts, Devices and Electronic Circuits

    3.4%

  • Machinery and Appliances

    3.4%

  • Retail

    2.6%

  • Transport, Communication

    1.7%

  • Finance, Insurance

    1.7%

  • Civil Servant

    0.9%

  • Accomodations, Eating and Drinking Services

    0.9%

  • Metal Products

    0.9%

  • Other Service

    0.9%

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

    1.7%

(As of March 2019)

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor ARAKI Osamu Neurophysiology/General neuroscience Neural Information Processing, Cognitive Neuroscience, EEG, Neurodynamics
Professor IIJIMA Takashi
Professor ITOU Tetsuaki Condensed matter physics II Magnetism, Superconductivity, Highly Correlated Electron System
Professor MIYAKAWA Nobuaki Condensed matter physics II Superconductivity, Transparent conductive oxide, Crystal growth, Transport properties
Professor OKAMURA Soichiro Structural/Functional materials Ferroelectric thin films
Professor SAITOH Tomohiko Condensed matter physics II Electronic structure, photoemission spectroscopy, strongly correlated electron systems
Professor TOHYAMA Takami Condensed matter physics II Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
Associate Professor HIGUCHI Tohru Thin film/Surface and interfacial physical properties
Inorganic industrial materials
Oxide Material Science
Solid State Ionics
Associate Professor KINOSHITA Kentaro
Associate Professor MIYAJIMA Kensuke Condensed matter physics I Optical Properties, Semiconductor Nanocrystals, Laser Spectroscopy
Associate Professor NAKAJIMA Takashi Polymer/Textile materials Electric Properties of Polymer
Associate Professor SUMINO Yutaka Nano/Microsystems
General applied physics
Mathematical physics/Fundamental condensed matter physics
Biological physics/Chemical physics/Soft matter physics
Functional solid state chemistry
collective micro robotics
micro machine
Pattern formation, disspative structure
nonequilibrium softmatter
colloid, surfactant, wetting
Junior Associate Professor HASHIZUME Yoichiro Mathematical physics/Fundamental condensed matter physics
Junior Associate Professor SUGIMOTO Takanori Condensed matter physics II Quantum Spin System
Junior Associate Professor URAKAWA Tomokazu Cognitive science
Kansei informatics
Brain biometrics
Neurophysiology/General neuroscience



Assistant Professor ISHIHARA Jun Applied materials
Condensed matter physics I
Spintronics
Semiconductor
Assistant Professor KASE Naoki Condensed matter physics II
Assistant Professor MINAMIDATE Takaaki
Assistant Professor SHIBATA Goro Condensed matter physics II Strongly correlated electron systems,Magnetism,Synchrotron spectroscopy
Assistant Professor YAMADA Tsunetomo Physical properties of metals/Metal-base materials Quasicrystals

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