University of Hyogo School of Science

Introduction for Faculty of Science

Introduction for Faculty of Science

Introduction for Faculty of Science

Intoroduction for Faculty of Science

Department of Material Science

The department was established in 1990 with the purpose of providing education and research opportunities in the broad field of contemporary material science. Its course program and research activities cover not only the various areas of material science but also a wide range of related subjects in physics and chemistry, including pure and applied mathematics. The department is further intended to be complementary with the other interdisciplinary department of the faculty, the Department of Life Science. Jointly, the department offers unique patterns of studies in the natural sciences. The department comprises the following 16 chairs and the corresponding faculty members.

Laboratories Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor
Electrophysics Takeshi Mito   Koh-ichi Ueda
Solid State Photophysics Yoshihito Tanaka Kiyoshi Ishikawa Takayuki Hasegawa
Low temperature Physics and Superconductivity Akihiko Sumiyama Akira Yamaguchi Ikuto Kawasaki
Quantum Magnetism Hisao Kobayashi Akihisa Koizumi Shugo Ikeda
Theoretical Physics I Toru Sakai Nobuyuki Shima Hirono Kaneyasu
Theoretical Physics Ⅱ Yasumasa Hasegawa Hiroko Nakano
Crystal Structure Science Masaaki Abe Yoshiki Ozawa Keishiro Tahara
Chemical Physics under Extreme Condition Yuichi Akahama Hiroshi Fukui
Functional Materials I Tiroyuki Tajima   Seiichi Sato
Functional Materials Ⅱ Jun-ichi Yamada Kazuya Kubo Satoshi Kadoya
Molecular Reaction Dynamics   Tatsuo Gejo
Organic Chemistry Takashi Sugimura Morifumi Fujita Tomonori Misaki
Analytical Chemistry Tomoyuki Yasukawa   Norio Matsubara
X-ray Optics Yasushi Kagoshima Yoshiyuki Tsusaka Yuki Takayama
Mathematical Science I Toshihiko Hoshiro
Yuji Nomura
Takeshi Fujiwara-Usa
Katsuhiro Hirano
 
Mathematical Science Ⅱ Tomio Umeda
Satoshi Kawakubo
Sei Nagayasu
Atsuo Yamauchi
 
Low-temperature Center Hisao Kobayashi