Division of Physics, Institute of Liberal Education, Nihon University School of Medicine

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Division of Physics, Institute of Liberal Education, Nihon University School of Medicine

Research

Our research field is Solid State Physics. We study about physical properties of superconductors and functional materials such as photo-induced molecular magnets and ferroelectric materials and we develop measurement techniques.

List of Publications & Grants

M. Itoi
R. Inoue
T. Hayakawa


Research Topics

Molecular magnetism (M.I.)
Pressure induced superconductivity of 1-D Organic conductor (M.I.)
Image analysis of Transmission Electron Microscope (M.I)
Charge Dynamics in the Electronic Phase Near the Mott Transition (R.I.)
Investigation of Microwave Conductivity Measurement Technique (R.I.)
Development of Fiber-coupled Terahertz Systems and its Application (R.I.)
Investigation of Low-energy Charge Transport in Superconductor-Semiconductor Systems (R.I.)
Photoinduced Transport in Ferroelectric Systems (R.I.)
Theoretical advance in the understanding of learning capability of neuronal networks (T.H.)
Developing machine learning algorithms and their theories (T.H.)
Analyses and statistical modelling of real biological systems (especially the brain) (T.H.)