Laboratory introduction

Quantum Science Lab.

Toshiaki KANEKO

Theoretical study of Electron excitation in solids and gases in collision with swift charged particles, e.g., carbon cluster ions.

Nuclear Theory Lab.


Theoretical study of hypernuclei and the properties of hadrons, especially Kaon, Lambda and Sigma (categorized as 'Strangeness particles').

Semiconductor Physics Lab.


Study of the fundamental properties of semiconductor compounds with a slight influence to the environment.

Functional Molecular Solid Lab.


Exploring potential application of unconventional ferroelectric organics using various micro-spectroscope techniques

Condensed Matter Theory Lab.

Yoshiki IMAI

Theoretical study of the topological materials and strongly correlated electron systems

Geophysics Lab.


Development and applications of dating methods based on solid state physics, such as electron spin resonance, and radiation effects are investigated, together with radiation dosimetry.

Astronomy Lab.


Our group is studying the internal structure, physical condition, formation, and evolution of the active galactic nuclei, and also studying the adaptive optics in astronomy.

Pathology and Medical Biophysics Lab.


Pathological and Biophysical study of iron-induced oxidative stress and diseases

Magnetoencephalography Lab.


Studying brain function by magnetoencephalography (MEG) and help clinicians improve patients' lives

Medical Equipment Application Lab.

Masahiro OZAKI

We propose a new monitoring system of urea in a waste dialysate by detecting chemiluminescence(CL).

Coherent Wave Application Lab.


Applications of coherent waves.In-vivo blood flow imaging by using laser light.Wireless power transmissions by magnetic resonance.

Advanced Clinical Engineering Lab.

Jun’ya HORI

Study of : 1) Safety management of medical electrical equipment. 2) Physical properties of Fine-Bubbles( Micro-bubbles, Ultra-Fine-Bubbles ), and its application.

Particle Physics Lab.

Keiko Nagao

Theoretical study of particle physics and particle-cosmology


Advanced Nuclear Physics

This course covers the basis of quantum field theory and several applications, including Bose-Einstein condensation, superconductivity, and others.

Quantum Radiation Physics

In this lecture, electron excitation, charge-changing and related phenomena in matter induced by swift charge particles, are presented. The physical world will be studied on the basis of mechanics, electrodynamics and quantum mechanics using controlled ion beams.

Advanced Semiconductor Physics

This lecture is an introduction to semiconductor physics. The fundamental character of lattice-defect in a semiconductor, and the thin-film growth technique of semiconductor are presented.

Physical Metallurgy

In this lecture, deformation and fracture behavior of real metal materials as well as defect-free, ideal metal crystals are discussed from the viewpoints of microstructure and chemical composition.

Molecular Solid State Physics

Fundamental solid state physics are discussed to understand the physical properties of functional organic solids. Beginning with the basic quantum mechanics, we proceed to learn the features of the electron in a periodic potential, and eventually apply the knowledge to the explanation of electric and optical properties.

Advanced Planetary Science

Meteorites, cosmic dusts and planets in our solar system, and the detection of extrasolar planets are covered. Recent papers related to solar planetary sciences and extrasolar planets will be read and discussed.

Solid State Geophysics

Physics-based radiation effects will be studied, hence the dating methods based on solid state physics, and their application to earth sciences and to archaeology.

Optical and Infrared Astronomy

The purpose of this lecture is to understand the fundamentals of the radiative processes of visible and infrared light in astrophysics, and the observational quantities, methods, and technologies in the optical and infrared astronomy.

Quantum Theory of Condensed Matter

This lecture course provides the theory of a phenomenon of superconductivity. The aim of this lecture is to understand Ginzburg-Landau (GL) theory as a phenomenology and the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) theory as a microscopic one.

Advanced topics in coherent waves

The purpose of this lecture is to understand the mathematical expressions of wave motion. In particular we focus on coherent waves. Through this lecture, you will understand the coherency of wave motion and then learn about these applied techniques.


In the first part of this lecture, we will study the basic mechanism of the neuron which generates and transmits electrical signals, then about the neural networks of the human nervous system. EEG and MEG will be studied as an introduction to clinical applications of electrophysiology.

Pathology and Medical Biophysics

We study the basics of oxidative stress and cell injuries through Biophysics. We will focus on iron- and copper-induced oxidative stress rich in the human body. To help with the investigation, electron spin resonance which is very useful for the pathological and medical studies will be used.

Mathematical Physiology

In this lecture, we will look at the physiological phenomena such as respiration and circulation from the viewpoint of physics using dynamics, fluid mechanics, electromagnetism, and thermodynamics.

Blood Purification Studies

In this course, we provide knowledge about the process of hemodialysis and its future image that has been conducted by trial and error for more than 60 years. We will study the process of hemodialysis and how it has changed by trial and error over the past 60 years and how it may change in the future.