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This group just started on April of 2016.
In 2018FY, the members are 1 staff, and 5 sutudents. We are a small group in a small university, but we are challeneging to the world top science in the quantum beam science!

Investigations
Prof. Kenji OHOYAMA Solid State Physics, Neutron Science, Crystallography, Strongly COrrelated Electrons Sysmte, development of novel neutron scattering tecniques.
M2 Yohei Fukumoto Development of qhite neutron holography using gamma-ray enegy analysis

bachelor's degree thesis
「Magnetic Structure Refinement of Yb5Ge4」

M1 Shouichi Uechi Investigation of local structures of Rare earcth hexaboride by white neutron holography」
M1 Yuki KANAZAWA Investigation of local structures of B-dped Silicon semiconductor by white neutron holography
B4 Kazuya SUGIMOTO Investigations of local atomic structures of functional materials
B4 Takayoshi YAMAMOTO Invesitigations of magnetism of YbAgS2
Address:kenji.ohoyama.vs_at_vc.ibaraki.ac.jp






Graduates

Minami AONO (2016 FY ): To Graduate School

Visiting Scientists

Trong Pham ( Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam) 2018.5.23-6.6

About Prof. Ohoyama


Lecture of the Physical Society of Japan.(Youtube)
(Lecture of quantum beam scinence for high scholl students on Youtube)

Carrier
1986 Bachelor of Science, Department of Physics, Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)
1988 Licentiate of Philosophy (Master degree), Department of Physics, Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)
1992 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Department of Physics, Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)

1992-2003 Assistant Professor, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)
2003-2014 Associate Professor, Institute for Materials Research Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)
2014-2015 Associate Professor, Advanced Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University (Sendai, Japan)
2015- Present Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ibaraki University (Ibakaki, Japan)



Lectures in Ibaraki Univ. of Prof. Ohoyoama




 Analytical Mechanics
 Quantum Mechanics
 Crystallography
 Magnetism
 Neutron DIffraction: Symmetry of materials
 



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