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International Research Opportunities for Students

Through a program initiated in 2017, ISSP offers graduate students the opportunity to enrich their skills by spending up to several months overseas and conducting joint research at one of the leading global academic and research institutions.

FY 2024
Name Research Subject Institute Period
YAMA, Masaki(Kato Lab. D2) Theoretical study of spin transport phenomena driven by non-equilibrium of orbital degrees of freedom Institute for Advanced Simulation Forschungszentrum Jülich(Germany) Apr. 20, 2024-Jul. 16, 2024 (planned)
MATSUYAMA, Naofumi(Kohama Lab. D2) On the Origin of the Giant Anomalous Hall Effect in the Forced Ferromagnetic State Institut Neel, CNRS Department of condensed matter - low temperatures (MCBT) (France) Sep. 29, 2024-Nov. 1, 2024 (planned)
FUKUSHIMA, Yuto(Kondo Lab. D1) Unveiling Hidden Spin Dynamics in the Exciton Mott Transition Laboratory of Physics of Materials and Surfaces (LPMS) CY Cergy Paris University (France) Jul. 1, 2024-Aug. 31, 2024 (planned)
SCOLLON, Myles Forrester(Oshikawa Lab. D1) Correlated Gapless Quantum Matter Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics-University of California, Santa Barbara (U.S) Apr. 28, 2024-May. 25, 2024 (planned)
LIU, Yifan(Oshikawa Lab. D2) On the state-operator correspondence in 2+1d Ising model on a torus. Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics-University of California, Santa Barbara (U.S.) Apr. 29, 2024-May. 24, 2024 (planned)
FY 2023
Name Research Subject Institute Period
ISHIKAWA Takuto(Kato Lab. D1) Spin transport theory to control quantum state University of Konstanz (Germany) Oct. 30, 2023-Jan. 25, 2024 (planned)
FY 2019
Name Research Subject Institute Period
TSUJI Yui(Shibayama Lab. D1)
student
Evaluation of Mechanical Property and Structure of Homogeneous Network Polymer Gel University of Massachusetts (U.S) Sep. 1, 2019-Oct. 31, 2019
NAGAI Ryo(Sugino Lab. M2)
student
Application of the machine-learning scheme to the density functional theory University of California, Irvine (U.S) Oct. 7, 2019-Nov. 21, 2019
Ono Seishiro(Oshikawa Lab. M2)
student
Searching for topological superconductors by symmetry-based indicators Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics & Rice Univ. (U.S) Sep. 3, 2019-Oct. 4, 2019
FY 2018
Name Research Subject Institute Period
KOBAYASHI Ryohei(Oshikawa Lab. D1)
student
Theoretical research on quantum phases with higher-form symmetries The University of Chicago (U.S) Apr. 1, 2019 - May 31, 2019
HASHIMOTO Takahiro(Shin Lab. D2)
student
Development of a new ARPES analyzer and detection system Scienta Omicron (Sweden) Nov. 17, 2018 - Mar. 2, 2019
HATTORI Takuma(Komori Lab. D2)
student
Design for a single molecular spin filter device by using spin polarized scanning tunnel microscopy Forschungszentrum Jülich (Germany) Sep. 26, 2018 - Dec. 21, 2018
FY 2017
Name Research Subject Institute Period
KOBAYASHI Ryohei(Oshikawa Lab. M1)
student
Reseach on Floquet topological phases in interacting systems" The University of Chicago (U.S) Jan. 3, 2018 - Mar. 6, 2018
FUKUZUMI Yoshiki(Oshikawa Lab. D2)
student
Research on the stochastic models related to parafermion The Laboratory of Theoretical Physics and Statistical Models (France) Jan. 10, 2018 - Feb. 28, 2018
KIMURA Shota(Kobayashi Lab. M2)
student
Development of optical parametric oscillator Heriot-Watt University (U.K.) Oct. 20, 2017 - Nov. 20, 2017
KAWASAKI Airi(Sugino Lab. D2)
student
Theoretical research on quantum phases with higher-form symmetries McMaster University (Canada) Sep. 17, 2017 - Nov. 2, 2017
SUZUKI Shintaro(Nakatsuji Lab. D3)
student
The study on quantum criticality with inelastic neutron scattering on ytterbium based heavy fermion compound Johns Hopkins University (U.S.) Aug. 6, 2017 - Oct. 11, 2017