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
Selected Publications (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
Education
(Undergraduate Course)
Kyoto University

Solid State Physics Laboratory

E-mail tkmasui(at)phys.kindai.ac.jp
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Academic Staff and Fellows