Academic Staff and Fellows

MISUMI Tatsuhiro
Associate Professor Ph.D
Department/Science  Graduate school/Science

The most elementary objects in nature, called "elementary particles", are described by the theory named as "quantum field theory". In quantum field theory, the existence of particles is itself uncertain and the particles can emerge from the vacuum and can disappear too. In our Lab., we investigate the ways of analyzing quantum field theory and apply them to realistic phenomena in order to obtain deeper understanding of the nature.

Research Area Theoretical Physics, Quantum Field Theory, Elementary Particle Physics
Teaching (Undergraduate Course) Computational Physics, Mathematics for Physics
Teaching (Graduate Course) Quantum Field Theory, Gauge Theory
Research Interests Non-perturbative analysis of QFT
Selected Publications [1] T. Fujimori, S. Kamata, T. Misumi, M. Nitta, N. Sakai,  JHEP 02(2019) 190 (2019).
[2] T. Misumi, T. Kanazawa, JHEP  06(2014) 181 (2014).
[3] M. Creutz, T. Misumi, PRD 82, 074502 (2010).
Research and Achievements
In quantum field theory, the existence of particles is itself uncertain and the particles can emerge from the vacuum and can disappear too. In our Lab., we investigate the ways of analyzing quantum field theory and apply them to realistic phenomena in order to obtain deeper understanding of the nature. In particular, we attempt to understand "quark confinement" and "mass gap generation" which result in the formation of protons and neutrons by use of mathematical and computational methods.
Affiliated Academic Societies JPS, Japan Particle Physics Forum
External Activity Japan Particle Physics Forum, member
Education
(Undergraduate Course)
The University of Tokyo (B.S.)
Education
(Master's/Doctral Course)
Kyoto University (Ph.D)
Title of Thesis, Institute, Date Research on novel lattice fermions toward efficient QCD simulation,



Ph.D, Kyoto University, 2012
Biography PD at BNL 2012
Assistant Prof. at Keio University 2013
Junior Associate Prof. at Akita University 2014
Associate Professor at Kindai University 2021
Awards Particle Physics Medal for Young Researchers 2014

Quantum Field Theory Lab.

Office Location Assoc. Prof. Misumi's office, Fifth floor of the 31st building, Kindai University, 3-4-1 Kowakae, Higashi-Osaka city, Osaka 577-8502, Japan
E-mail misumi(at)phys.kindai.ac.jp
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Laboratory URL https://www.phys.kindai.ac.jp/laboratory/misumi/index-e.html

Academic Staff and Fellows