I am an expelimentalist of material science.
I am working on the growth of novel materials by molecular beam epitaxy (MBE).
Recently, I'm interested in the physical properties of the magnetic oxides and their spintronic applications.
|2017-present||Scientist at NTT BRL|
|2016-2017||Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)|
|2016-2017||Trainee at Materials Visualization Photon Science Group, RIKEN SPring-8 Center|
|2012-2017||Research Fellowship for graduate student (MERIT, Univ. of Tokyo)|
|2012-2017||PhD, Electrical Engineering, Univ. of Tokyo (2017)
(Supervisor: Shinobu Ohya (Ph. D) Associate Professor)
|2006-2012||BE in Material Physics, Osaka University|
|2016||9th International Conference on Physics and Applications
of Spin-Related Phenomena in Solids (PASPS)
Young Researcher Best Poster Award
|2015||62nd Spring Meeting of the Japan Society of Applied Physics
English Presentation Award by the Spintronics Committee of JSAP