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KOYAMA Tomio

コヤマ トミオ | KOYAMA Tomio
Affiliation and department:
Homepage URL  (2): http://db.tohoku.ac.jp/whois/detail/a3e36f9655a6cf0ae418bc2b823a6621.htmlhttp://db.tohoku.ac.jp/whois/detail/a3e36f9655a6cf0ae418bc2b823a6621.html
Research field  (1): Condensed matter physics II
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 1989 - 1989 Study of the superconducting state in the high temperature superconductors
  • 2005 - 2006 Bose-Einstein condensation in atomic gasses
MISC (223):
Books (4):
  • Superconductivity in Magnetic and Exotic Materials
    Springer-Verlag 1984
  • Coherence in High Temperature Superconductors
    World Scientific 1996
  • Recent Research Development in Physics vol.5
    Transworld Research Network 2004
  • Superconductors-Materials: Properties and Applications
    InTech 2012
Lectures and oral presentations  (27):
  • Josephson Effect in Ferromagnetic Superconductors
    (Sixth Taniguchi International Symposium on Condensed Matter Physics 1983)
  • Proximity Effects in High Tc Superconductors
    (The International Seminor on Superconducting Fluctuations and Related Phenomena 1992)
  • Plasma Excitation by Vortex Flow
    (The 7th US-Japan Workshop on High-T<SUB>c</SUB> Superconductors 1995)
  • Effect of Internal Orbital Motion in 2D d-Wave Superconductors
    (POSTECH Workshop on the Physics of Strongly Correlated System and Quantum Field Theory 1995)
  • I-V Characteristics and Longitudinal Josephson Plasma in Intrinsic Layered Superconductors
    (SPIE Conference Oxides Superconductors/SPIE 43rd Annual Meeting 1998)
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Works (3):
  • 超伝導ナノファブリケーションによる新奇物性と応用
    2002 - 2007
  • 超伝導新奇応用のためのマルチスケール・マルチフィジックスシミュレーションの基盤構築
    2006 - 2012
  • 2重縮退超伝導量子系を利用した量子ビットの創生
    2007 - 2013
Work history (1):
  • Tohoku University Institute for Materials Research Assistant Professor
Association Membership(s) (1):
日本物理学会
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