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Saito, Takahito / Professor   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1962 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7232 E-mail:  s a i t o (@) i a s . t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Doctor of Science Field of Study: Solid State Physics
His Lecture: Global Communication - Volunteer experience in local community - (Common Curriculum), Handicrafts and Social Communications (Introduction to Science) (Common Curriculum), Active learning for environmental issues in Tokushima (Common Curriculum), Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Advanced Exercise on Regional Science I (Graduate School), Global Environment and Sustainable Society (Common Curriculum), General Physics 1 (Common Curriculum), General Physics 2 (Common Curriculum), Laboratory Physics (Common Curriculum), Introduction to military research for world peace (Common Curriculum), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Computing II (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Measurement Method of Condensed Matter (Graduate School), Physics (Common Curriculum), Fundamental Experiments in Physics (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Physical Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Physical Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Physical Science I (Bachelor Course), Experiments in Physical Science II (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Physical Science (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory for Physical Science (Bachelor Course), Data Processing in Material Science (L) (Graduate School), Seminar in Physics, Chemistry, and Earth Science (Bachelor Course), Methodology of Teaching Science I (Bachelor Course), Methodology of Teaching Science II (Bachelor Course), Methodology of Teaching Science III (Bachelor Course), Methodology of Teaching Science IV (Bachelor Course), Active learning for globalization by cross-cultural communications (Common Curriculum), What should we learn in the exchange program with foreign countries (Common Curriculum), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course), Electromagnetism 1 (Bachelor Course), Electromagnetism 2 (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: NMR Study in Superconductor (superconductor, nuclear magnetic resonance)