In this guidance, we would explain research activities and graduate school life to everybody thinking about graduate school entrance.Surely, an encounter with professors and seniors greatly changes your life.
The Institute of Solid State Physics (ISSP) gathers the highest experiment facilities as a national joint-research institute in the field of condensed matter physics and materials science. So that, here is the study base where researches gather from all over ther world, besides graduate school of the University of Tokyo.
Hiroi Lab, Uwatoko Lab, Mori Group, Nakatsuji Lab, Osada Lab, Sakakibara Lab, Takigawa Lab, Yamashita Lab
Hasegawa Lab, Katsumoto Lab, Komori Lab, Lippmaa Lab, Otani Lab, Yoshinobu Lab, Miwa Lab
Neutron science: Masuda Lab, Yamamuro Lab
Mega-Gauss science: Kindo Lab, Tokunaga Lab, Y.Matsuda Lab, Kohama Lab
Akiyama Lab, Harada Lab, Itatani Lab, Kobayashi Lab, Kondo Lab, I.Matsuda Lab, Okazaki Lab, Wadati Lab,Inoue Lab, Matsunaga Lab
Kato Lab, Kawashima Lab, Noguchi Lab, Oshikawa Lab, Sugino Lab Tsunetsugu Lab, Ozaki Lab
Material synthesis, Superconductivity, Magnetism
Ultrahigh-pressure, Superconductivity, Magnetism, Ultra-low temperauture
Developments of novel functional materials and their conducting, magnetic, and dielectric properties
Topological Quantum Phases, Superconductivity, Quantum Spin Liquids, Spintronics, Energy Harvesting
Quantum Transport and Topological Phenomena in Atomic Layer Materials and Low-Dimensional Electron Systems
Superconductivity, Magnetism, Very low temperature
Magnetism, Superconductivity, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Strong electronic correlated electron system, Quantum spin
Ultra-low temperauture, Geometrically-frustrated magnets, Superconductivity, Strong electronic correlated electron system
Nano-scale quantum electronic states, superconductivity, spin, and magnetism explored by probe microscopy
Quantum transport, Quantum dots, Wires, and other quantum structures, Spintronics, Superconductivity in quantum structures, Quantum many-body phenomena
Surface & Nano science, Magnetism, Semiconductor, Atomic layer, Laser, Synchrotron light
Surface & Nano science, Semiconductor, Oxide thin film, Heterostructure, Oxide photoelectrode materials
Spintronics, Topological transport phenomena, Nano-science, Nano-magnetism, Superconductivity
Surface & Nano science, Catalysis, Semiconductor, Organic electronics, Synchrotron radiation
Frustrated magnet, Quantum spin system, Multiferroics, Supercrystal of oxygen molecule, Neutron
Chemical Physics, Complex Condensed Matter, Glass, Liquid, Hydrogen, Metal Nano-particle, Metal Organic Framework, Neutron, Calorimetry
High magnetic fields, Magnetism, Magnet development
High magnetic field, Quantum limit, Multiferroics, Strongly correlated electronic systems
1000 T, Ultrahigh magnetic fields, Strongly correlated electrons, Quantum spins, High-magnetic-field X-ray experiments, Magnetic-field-induced phase transitions
1000T, Superdonductivity, Magnetism, Magnetooptics, Specific heat, NMR, Magnetic resistance
Laser, Semiconductor, Surface & Nano science, Microspectroscopy, Bioluminescence
From structure of water, function of metalloproteins to elementary excitations in strongly correlated systems.
Attosecond physics by intense ultrashort light sources. Strong field phenomena in solids.
Laser, High-rep rate, high-field physics, Ultra-high repetition-rate laser and ultra-high resolution spectroscopy, Ultra-high precision spectroscopy
Topological quantum properties, Superconductors, Strongly correlated systems, Laser, Photoemission spectroscopy
Synchrotron Radiation, X-ray Free Electron Laser, Non-linear phenomena, Dynamics, Monatomic layer, Surface, Interface
Superconductivity, Laser, Photo-excited states
Resonant soft x-ray scattering study of ordered states and their dynamics in transition-metal oxides.
Biomolecular spectroscopy, Rhodopsin, Mechanism of function of proteins
Optical property,Terahertz spectroscopy, Middle infrared radiation source, Nonequilibrium dynamics, superconduction, antiferromagnetic materials, nanoscience
Theory & Simulation, Superconductivity, Magnetism
Theory & Simulation, Magnetism, Spin glass, Bose system, Massively Parallel Simulation
Theory & Simulation, Soft Matter & Complex Condensed Matter, Biomembrane, Massively Parallel Simulation
Theory & Simulation, Magnetism, Bose-Einstein condensation, Topological order, Superconductivity
Computational Materials Science, Large-scale Simulations for Realistic Materials, Development of Computational Methods
Theory & Simulation, Surface & Nano science, first-principles, Laser, Massively Parallel Simulation
Theory & Simulation, Strong electronic correlated electron system, frustrated system, Magnetism, Superconductivity
To become a graduate student in ISSP, it is required to enroll in one of the following graduate schools. Take an entrance examination which graduate school your potential supervisor belongs to. Applicants should contact their potential supervisor before the application.
10 minutes by bus from Kashiwanoha-campus Station
10 minutes by bus from Edogawadai Station
25 minutes by bus from Kashiwa Station