Academic Staff and Fellows

SEGUCHI Yasuhiro
Associate Professor Doctor of Science
Department/Applied Chemistry 

Materials shrunk to the nanometer scale may exhibit unexpected structures and properties. Our research focuses on controlling the morphology of nanomaterials produced by physical/chemical vapor deposition techniques, and elucidating their distinctive properties.

Fabrication of Nanorod Array by Vapor Deposition

Research Area Solid State Chemistry, Thin-Film Physics
Research Interests Fabrication of Nanostructured Materials by Physical/Chemical Vapor Deposition,
Synthesis of Nanowire-based Porous Films
Low Temperature Crystallization of Amorphous Semiconducting Films
Selected Publications Facile Vapor-Phase Synthesis of Copper Nanostructures on Cuprous Iodide Films, Vacuum 144  (2017) 53-62.
(Undergraduate Course)
BS from Kyoto University
(Master's/Doctral Course)
MS from Kyoto University
Title of Thesis, Institute, Date Reentrant Transitions in Superconducting Thin Films under Parallel Magnetic Field, Osaka University, 1992

Materials Physics Laboratory

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Academic Staff and Fellows