The Department of Engineering Physics, Electronics and Mechanics

Staff in the Field of Fine Measurements


Professor

   
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Name Link E-Mail Research Topics
BAE Jongsuck bae 1. Terahertz solid-state devices using the Doppler effect
2. Development of quasi-optical circuits
3. Scanning terahertz near-field microscopy
ICHIKAWA Yo ichi 1. Thin Films
2. Laser Processing
3. Applications of Nano-Structures
ICHINOSE Ikuo ikuo 1. Study on condensed matter physics via quantum field theory and simulations
2. Theoretical study on ultra-cold atoms and quantum simulations
3. Strongly correlated electron systems and superconductivity
4. Quantum information theory and physics
IKEDA Katsuyoshi kikeda 1. Photo-energy conversion
2. Atomic and molecular design of functionalized electrodes
3. In-situ vibrational spectroscopy at electrode surfaces

Associate Professor

   
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Name Link E-Mail Research Topics
ARITA Ken-ichiro arita 1. Nuclear structure
2. Periodic-orbit theory
3. Quantum chaos
ITO Kei ito.kei  
KIMURA Takashi t-kimura 1. Plasma Diagnosis
2. Ozone Generator
3. Processing Plasma
NAITOH Takashi naitoh.takashi 1. Fluid Mechanics
2. Vortex Ring
3. Flow Visualization
ONO Shingo ono.shingo 1. Ultraviolet Optical devices
2. Ultraviolet photodetectors
3. Laser Measurement
4. Laser processing
TANZAWA Yasutoshi tanzawa 1. Polymer Physics
2. Softmaterials Science
3. Polymer Crystallization

Assistant Professor

   
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HONDA Mitsuhiro honda.mitsuhiro 1. UV plasmonics for sensing, photocatalysis and spectroscopy
2. Laser ablation in liquid for nanomaterial preparation
3. Carbon-based nanomaterials
MOTOBAYASHI Kenta motobayashi.kenta 1. Electrochemistry in ionic liquids
2. In-situ vibrational spectroscopy at electrode surfaces