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Nakamura, Koichi (42.3%) / Professor   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1964 A.D.
Phone: E-mail:  n a k a m u r a . o . k o i c h i (@) 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: Presentation Method (D) (Graduate School), Presentation Method (M) (Graduate School), Elements of Mechanics 1 (Bachelor Course), Elements of Mechanics 2 (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Mechanics (Bachelor Course), Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Solid State Ionics (Graduate School), Solid State physics (1) (Bachelor Course), Mechanics (Common Curriculum), Electricity and Magnetism (Common Curriculum), Laboratory in General Physics (Bachelor Course), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Ethics for Engineers and Scientists (Common Curriculum), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory in Physics for Engineering Sciences (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Physical Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Physical Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Science and Technology (Common Curriculum), Interdisciplinary Seminar in Science and Technology (Graduate School), Statistical Mechanics for Engineering Sciences (Bachelor Course), Graduate Research on Natural Sciences (Graduate School), Graduate Seminar on Natural Sciences (Graduate School), Mechanics (Bachelor Course), Analytical mechanics 1 (Bachelor Course), Analytical mechanics 2 (Bachelor Course), Exercise in Mechanics (Bachelor Course), Quantum Mechanics for Engineering Sciences (Bachelor Course), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course), Radio Frequency Solid State Physics (Graduate School)
Subject of Study: Li+ ion difusion in electerode materials for Li ion rechargeable batteries, Li+ ion diffusion in Li alloys, Na+ ion diffusion in electrode materials for Na ion rechargeable batteries, Local changes in crystal structure and ion dynamics by mechanical milling, Development of non-linear resonant ultrasonic method (Cathode and anode materials for Li ion rechargeable batteries, superionic conductor, Li transition metal oxide, ionic diffusion, Li+ ion diffusion, Li+ ion conductor, Na+ ion diffusion, Na+ ion conductor, nuclear magnetic resonance, Mechanical milling, Ultrasonic method, Electrical conductivity measurement)
Moriga, Toshihiro (25.6%) / Professor   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1965 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 7423 E-mail:  m o r i g a (@) t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Dr., Sci. Field of Study: Inorganic Materials Chemistry
His Lecture: STEM Practice (Bachelor Course), Presentation Method (D) (Graduate School), Presentation Method (M) (Graduate School), Advanced Topics in Chemical Process Engineering (Graduate School), Introduction to Chemical Science and Technology (Bachelor Course), Advanced experiments on chemical science and technology 1 (Graduate School), Advanced experiments on chemical science and technology 2 (Graduate School), Graduate Seminar in Chemical Science and Technology (Graduate School), Advanced Environmental Technology on Chemistry (Graduate School), Basic Inorganic Chemistry (Bachelor Course), Industrial Chemistry (Bachelor Course), Industrial Organic & Inorganic Chemistry (Bachelor Course), Physical Properties of Materials (Bachelor Course), Advanced Materials Science (Graduate School), Inorganic Chemistry (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Science and Technology (Common Curriculum), Research Approaches in Science and Technology B (Graduate School), Surface Science and Technology (Graduate School), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: Research and development of novel transparent conducting oxides, Synthesis and structural analysis of metal oxynitrides, Research and Development of materials containing rare-earth metal oxides, Structural chemistry on combustion catalysts, Basic research on electrode materials for lithium ion secondary battery (transparent conducting oxides, metal oxynitrides, Phosphors, superionic conductors, X-ray diffractometry, X-ray spectroscopy)
Kawasaki, Yu (10.3%) / Associate Professor   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1972 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 656 - 9878 E-mail:
Academic Degree: Doctor of Science Field of Study: solid state physics
His Lecture: SIH(Strike while the Iron is Hot) Training (Common Curriculum), Presentation Method (D) (Graduate School), Presentation Method (M) (Graduate School), Graduation Work (Bachelor Course), Mechanics (Common Curriculum), Laboratory in General Physics (Bachelor Course), Engineering of Correlated Electron Matter (Graduate School), Engineering of Correlated Electron Matter (Graduate School), Seminar on Natural Sciences (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 1 (Bachelor Course), Technical English Fundamentals 2 (Bachelor Course), Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (Bachelor Course), Introductory Laboratory in Physics for Engineering Sciences (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Physical Science 1 (Bachelor Course), Laboratory for Physical Science 2 (Bachelor Course), Interdisciplinary Seminar in Science and Technology (Graduate School), Statistical Mechanics for Engineering Sciences (Bachelor Course), Graduate Research on Natural Sciences (Graduate School), Graduate Seminar on Natural Sciences (Graduate School), Quantum Mechanics for Engineering Sciences (Bachelor Course), Reading Scientific Papers (Bachelor Course)
Subject of Study: magnetism and superconductivity in strongly correlated electron system (heavy-fermion compound, anisotropic superconductivity, non-Fermi liquid, nuclear magnetic resonance)