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木村 健太

PD

経歴
外部リンク
担当講義

Current positions:

Professor, Department of Physics, School of Science, the University of Tokyo (2019 – present)

Project Professor, ISSP, Quantum Materials Group, the University of Tokyo (2019 – present)

Research Professor, Johns Hopkins University (2018 – present)

Area of Specialization:

Experimental condensed matter physics

Education:

1996             Department of Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University

1998             Graduate School of Science, Doctor Course (Physics major), Kyoto University

2001             Doctor of Science, Kyoto University

                     (Thesis title: Quasi-Two-Dimensional Mott Transition System Ca2-xSrxRuO4)

Appointment held:

2006-2016                     Associate Professor, ISSP, the University of Tokyo

2012-2016                     PRESTO Researcher, Japan Science and Technology Corporation

2016-2017                     Visiting Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University

2016-2019                      Professor, ISSP, the University of Tokyo

2019-Present                  Professor, Department of Physics, the University of Tokyo

2019-Present                  Project Professor, ISSP, the University of Tokyo

2019-Present                  Fellow, CIFAR

2018-Present                  Research Professor, Johns Hopkins University

Feb. 2020-Present          Director, Trans-scale Quantum Science Institute, the University of Tokyo

Nov. 2020-Present         Program Manager, JST-Mirai Program, Large-scale Type

Membership:

Physical Society of Japan, (JPS)

Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP)

The American Physical Society (APS)

Honors and Awards:

2001     Inoue Research Encouragement Prize, Inoue Foundation for Scientific Research Development of                     pseudo-two-dimensional Mott transition system Ca2-xSrxRuO4

2005     Daiwa Adrian Prize Research on new quantum phase in ruthenium oxide, Daiwa Japan-UK                             Foundation

2007     Suprarectangular Science Award, Condensed Science Award Secretariat Development of new                         materials with geometric frustration

2011     JPSJ Editorial Committee Daiwa Adrian Award

2012     The Young Scientists’ Award, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology,

2015     Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Award, JSPS

2015     Japan Academy Medal, the Japan Academy

2018     The 23rd Outstanding Paper Award, the Physical Society of Japan

Satoru Nakatsuji
Professor