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SAITOH Tomohiko  Professor
Tokyo University of Science, Faculty of Advanced Engineering, Department of Applied Physics
Profile | Topics | Laboratories | Assigned Courses(28)
Refereed Papers(79) | Refereed Proceedings(21) | Other Papers(5) | Publications(7) | Presentations(302)
Address 6-3-1, Niijuku, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo 125-8585, Japan
TEL : +81-3-5876-1717
E-mail Address
Homepage http://www.rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp/~tsaitohg/
Information about TUS https://www.tus.ac.jp/academics/teacher/lightbox/3b40.html
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Under-Graduate School
  • 1991, The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Department of Physics 
Graduate School
  • 1996, The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science Department of Physics Doctoral Degree
Postgraduate Qualification
  • The University of Tokyo Doctor of Science
Research History
Employment History
  • 1996-1998 Department of Physics, University of Colorado at Boulder, Research Associate
    1998-2002 Institute of Materials Structure Science, KEK , Assistant Professor
    2002-2007 Dept. of Applied Phys., Tokyo University of Science, Junior Associate Professor
    2007-2011 Dept. of Applied Phys., Tokyo University of Science, Associate Professor
    201104-202303 Dept. of Applied Phys., Tokyo University of Science, Professor
    202304- Dept. of Applied Phys., Tokyo University of Science, Professor
Research Keyword Electronic structure and magnetism of strongly correlated systems
Research Area
  • Condensed matter physics II (Electronic structure, photoemission spectroscopy, strongly correlated electron systems)
Research Theme
Academic Awards Received
  • 2014.1.10

    Outstanding Referee for the journals of the American Physical Society

Academic Society Affiliations
  • 2018.4.1 - 2021.3.31

    PF User Association

  • 2017.4.1 - 2018.3.31

    The Physical Society of Japan

  • 2015.4.1 - 2018.3.31

    PF User Association

  • 2010.11.1 - 2011.9.30

    The Physical Society of Japan

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