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Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, IWATE UNIVERSITY

YOSHIZAWA MasahitoProfessor

Affiliation Faculty of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Graduate School of Engineering
·Master's Programs
Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
·Doctoral Programs
Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
Keywords Electron Motion in Solids, Substance Creation, Superconducting Devices
Summary In my research, I am working to reveal various functions exhibited by electrons in a solid and apply those functions to develop new electronic devices. In particular, I am involved in determining the state of electrons moving under strong interactions in rare earth compounds, oxides and organic substances in extreme situations such as very low temperatures, strong magnetic fields, and high pressure to clarify their properties. I also create new substances using a molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) apparatus. Magnesium diboride (MgB2) deposited by MBE is processed into superconducting devices to be used in measuring magnetic fields from heart. In the future, this is expected to be used for the diagnosis of cardiac disease.
Research Fields Solid State Physics, Low-Temperature Physics
Subjects Electronic Material Physics
[Master's Programs] Advanced Nano-materials
[Doctoral Programs] Advanced Low-dimensional Materials Science
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