Academic Staff and Fellows
- Takahiko MASUI
- Associate Professor PhD (Natural Science)
- Department/Science Graduate school/Science
In the field of condensed matter physics, it’s possible to conduct research by creating one’s own specimens and measuring these. It is interesting in a completely different way than mega science. The goal here is to discover new physical phenomena and new matter, as well as solve long-debated mysteries of science.
1) Magnetic levitation by SC 2) Raman spectrum 3) XRD 4) Magnetic susceptibility
|Research Area||Condensed Matter Physics (experiments)|
|Research Interests||Experimental study of Cuprate superconductors|
(1)"Absence of the 1/8-anomaly in oxygen isotope effect on YBCO", Phys. Rev. B vol.89, 060505(R) (2014).
(2)"Effect of out-of-plane disorder on superconducting gap anisotropy in Bi2212 as seen via Raman spectroscopy", Phys. Rev. B vol.85, 20507 (2012).
(3)"Transport properties and Raman spectra of impurity substituted MgB2", Physica C vol.456 , 102 (2007).
|Research and Achievements|
Solid State Physics Laboratory