1991: Graduated from Faculty of Engineering (University of Tokyo) |
1996: Received Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of Tokyo
1996: Postdoctoral fellow (Joint Research Center for Atom Technology)
2000: Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering (University of Tokyo)
2003: Limited term staff member (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
2005: Member of technical staff, Bell Laboratories (Lucent Technologies)
2007: Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science (Osaka University)
2017: Professor, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences (University of Tokyo)
Graduate school: Introduction to Advanced Materials Science V|
Study of coupled phenomena between magnetism and ferroelectricity.|
We explore materials showing couple phenomena between magnetism and ferroelectricity (refs. 1 and 2).
1) T. Kimura, T. Goto, H. Shintani, K. Ishizaka, T. Arima, and Y. Tokura, "Magnetic control of ferroelectric polarization", Nature 426, 55-58 (2003).
2) T. Kimura, Y. Sekio, H. Nakamura, T. Siegrist, and A. P. Ramirez, "Cupric oxide as an induced-multiferroic with high-TC", Nat. Mater. 7, 291-298 (2008).
Member of American Physical Society |
Member of Physical Society of Japan
Member of Materials Research Society
We seek new magnetoelectric phenomena and materials with higher performances including high-temperature operation and the magnitude of the effect. |
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