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Physics explores the principles and laws that serve as the fundamentals of natural phenomena, and its targets extend over a broad range, from elementary particles to the cosmos, artificial substances, and living organisms/environment. Based on the spirit of the university's foundation of the "advancement of science," the Department of Physics opens its doors widely to young people and working people who wish to study in the evening.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • Introductory Mechanics
  • Introductory Electromagnetism
  • Calculus
  • Linear Algebra A・B
  • General Physics Laboratory A・B
  • Vector Analysis
  • Introduction to Computer Science A・B
  • Introductory Mathematics 1・2
  • Freshman Physics 1・2
  • Exercises of fundamental mechanics A・B
  • Exercises of electro-magnetism A・B
  • Exercise in Calculus A・B
  • Mechanics A・B
  • Electricity and Magnetism (1-A)・(1-B)
  • Thermodynamics
  • ntroductory Relativity
  • Modern Physics
  • Mathematical Physics (1)(2)
  • Oscillations and Waves
  • Physics Laboratory (1-A)・(1-B)
  • Mathematics for Physics (3)
  • Numerical Analysis (1) (2)
  • Computer Science (1)(2)
  • Exercises in Mechanics (1)(2)
  • Exercise in Electromagnetism (1)(2)
  • Physical Mathematics Practice (1)(2)
  • Exercises of thermodynamics
  • Quantum Mechanics (1-A)(1-B
  • Statistical Physics (1)
  • Physics Laboratory (2-A)(2-B)
  • Teaching Theory of Science 1・2
  • Physical Chemistry A・B
  • Exercises of statistical mechanics
  • Electricity and Magnetism (2-A)(2-B)
  • Exercises in Quantum Mechanics (1)(2)
  • Elasticity Theory
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Mathematics for Physics (4)
Nucleus / Particle Physics
  • Nuclear Physics A・B
  • Elementary Particle Physics (1)(2)
  • Astrophysics (1)(2)
  • Theory of Relativity A
  • Geophysics (1)(2)

Graduation Research

  • Tsujikawa Research Group
Theory of Physicality / Theoretical Physics
  • Analytical Mechanics
  • Theory of Relativity A
  • Statistical Physics (2)
  • Solid State Physics (1-A)(1-B)
  • Quantum Mechanics (2-A)(2-B)

Graduation Research

  • Sakai Research Group
Solid-State Physics(Experimental)
  • Quantum Optics (1)(2)
  • Solid State Physics (1-A)(1-B)
  • Solid State Physics (2-A)(2-B)

Graduation Research

  • Meguro Research Group
  • Nishio Research Group
  • Zhao Research Group
  • Biophysics (1)(2)

Graduation Research

  • Umemura Research Group
Atomic Physics / Particle Beam Physics
  • Atomos and Molecules A・B
  • Plasma Physics
  • Radiation Physics

Graduation Research

  • Nagashima Research Group

* For graduation research, the research groups in the Faculty of Science Division II Department of Physics, students can select a research group from the Department of Physics and Department of Applied Physics in the Faculty of Science Division I.

Information on Career Paths

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor MEGURO Takashi Thin film/Surface and interfacial physical properties Negative Electron Affinity, Electron Emission, Nano Structures
Professor NAGASHIMA Yasuyuki Atomic/Molecular/Quantum electronics Positron Physics
Professor NISHIO Taichiro Condensed matter physics II Superconductivity
Professor TSUJIKAWA Shinji Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics Cosmology, Relativity
Professor UMEMURA Kazuo Biological physics/Chemical physics/Soft matter physics Biological Physics, Biophysics
Professor ZHAO Xinwei
Associate Professor SAKAI Kazumitsu Mathematical physics/Fundamental condensed matter physics
Junior Associate Professor KASE Ryotaro Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics
Assistant Professor GUAN Sujun Thin film/Surface and interfacial physical properties Semiconductor, transparent, nano, photocatalyst, solar cell
Assistant Professor NAGATA Yuugo Atomic/Molecular/Quantum electronics
Assistant Professor YAHAGI Riyoko