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Department of Physics
Our aim is understanding laws of nature through studies on various scales:
from nano to parsec. Besides being the heart of natural science, it provides the basis of modern technologies.
Our department consists of 14 faculties being active in each field of research and it has
two categories depending on subjects.
The research includes, but not limited to, elementary particles, gravity, astrology, nuclear physics, character of light, statistical physics and condensed matter theories.
Applied Physics through the advanced experimental technologies:
Plasma physics, nano-tube, bio-membrane, superconductors and transport properties.
KAZUKI BANDO (Associate Professor)
TAKAO EBIHARA (Associate Professor)
Studies of Transport and Magnetic Properties in Rare Earth
Intermetallic Compounds with Single Crystal Growth
KAORI KAKI (Associate Professor)
Relativistic Nuclear Reaction Theory, Meson Production in Nucleon-Nucleus Scattering,
Neutron Distributions of Stable and Unstable Nuclei
MIKITO KOGA (Professor) *
Theoretical condensed matter physics (Strongly correlated electron systems)
MASASHIGE MATSUMOTO (Professor)
Condensed Matter Physics, Theory
TETSU MIENO (Professor)
Experimental Study of Plasma Science (Investigation of Non-equilibrium Phenomena
in Ionized Gases. Investigation of Production, Characteristics and applications of
fullerenes carbon nanotubes).
TAKESHI MORITA (Associate Professor) Theoretical Particle Physics, String Theory, Black Hole
TOSHIHIKO OKA (Associate Professor)
SHINICHI SATO (Professor)
Pattern Forming Phenomena in Nonequilibrium Systems and Chaotic
Dynamics in Thermal Convection Systems.
DAISUKE SHIMADA (Associate Professor)
Measurements of Tunneling Conductance and Investigation of Superconducting Mechanism
in High-Tc Cuprates.
JUNJI SUZUKI (Professor)
Integrable models, Physical Combinatorics, Nonlinear Physics
MAKOTO TOMITA (Professor)
Theoretical and Experimental Researches in Characteristics of
Light, Experimental Researches in Quantum Measurement Problems.
ASATO TSUCHIYA (Professor)
Particle Theory & Cosmolog
HIDEKI UCHIYAMA (Lecturer) *
Observational astrophysics using satellites (X-ray astronomy),
developments of X-ray detectors onboard satellites, and science
education using nanosatellites.
MASAHITO YAMAZAKI (Professor) Biophysics of Biomembranes (Structure, Phase Transition and Stability of Biomembranes,
Structure and Function of Ionic Channel Proteins and Ion Pumps, Folding and
Design of Membrane Proteins)
TATSURO YUGE (Assistant Professor) Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics
* Faculty of Education, to be the member of Physics Course in Graduate School from April 2020.
Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Shizuoka University
836, Ohya, Suruga-ku, Shizuoka-Shi, Shizuoka-Ken, 422-8529, Japan
Tel : +81-54-237-1111