Academic Staff and Fellows

ARITOMO Yoshihiro
Professor Doctor of Science
Department/Energy and Materials  Graduate school/Electronic Engineering

Under the theme of utilizing energy from nuclear reactions, we have taken up the challenge of elucidating the dynamics of nuclear reactions. We are engaged in wide-ranging research on nuclear fusion and fission, transmutation, reprocessing, and synthesis of super-heavy elements.

Fission path of Fm

Research Area Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Reaction Theory, Synthesis of Super-Heavy Elements
Research Interests Theoretical study for synthesis of superheavy elements、
Dynamical process of nuclear fission、
Analysis of fusion-fission mechanism、
Transfer reaction
Selected Publications (1) Postfission properties of uranium isotopes: A hybrid method with Langevin dynamics and the Hauser-Feshbach statistical model
Physical Review C 108 054607 (2023)

(2) Dynamical mechanism of fusion hindrance in heavy ion collisions 
Physical Review C 108 014612 (2023)

(3) Modes of massive nucleon transfer appearing in quasifission processes for collisions of superheavy nuclei Physical Review C 106(2) 024610 (2022)
Research and Achievements
(Undergraduate Course)
BS from Konan University
(Master's/Doctral Course)
MS and DS from Konan University

Laboratory of Nuclear Reaction Energy

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Academic Staff and Fellows