Dr. Kunihiko Yamauchi


Assistant Professor

e-mail: kunihikosanken.osaka-u.ac.jp

Research interest: DFT study on multiferroics and magnetoelectrics


CV

Education:

1996-2000 Faculty of Science, Himeji institute of Technology

Awarded the degree of BSc in physics;
Working on X-ray Magnetic Diffraction Experiment in SPring-8 and Photon Factory
supervised by Prof. Nobuhiko Sakai and Prof. Masahisa Ito.

2000-2002 Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Osaka University

Awarded the degree of MSc in physics for a thesis entitled
Material and Device Design Using Porphyrin Complexes Based on Anderson Model
supervised by Professor Hiroshi Katayama-Yoshida.

2002-2005 Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Osaka University

Awarded the degree of PhD in physics for a thesis entitled
Theoretical Study on Electronic Bandstructure of Ferromagnetic Ce Compounds.
supervised by Professor Hisatomo Harima.


Research and professional experience:

2005-2006

Post doctoral fellowship at The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University,
working under the supervision of Professor Hiroshi Katayama-Yoshida
on condensed matter physics (DFT calculation).

1st/Dec/2006 - 11th/Nov/2010,


Postdoc (and later promoted to temporary research associate at Oct. 2008)
at CNR-SPIN/CNR-INFM, CASTI Regional Lab. (L'Aquila University)
Working under the supervision of Dr. Silvia Picozzi
on condensed matter physics, especially on theoretical study on multiferroics.

16th/Nov/2010 - Present,

Assistant Professor at Oguchi Lab., ISIR-Sanken, Osaka University
Working on condensed matter physics,
especially on theoretical study on multiferroics.

Membership of academic societies:

The Physical Society of Japan
American Physical Society


Publications (ResearcherID)

Preprint papers in arXiv


Invited talks:

- "First Principles Studies on Charge-Order Induced Ferroelectricity and Magnetoelectric Effects",
The 3rd APCTP workshop on multiferroics, Waseda Univ, Tokyo, Japan, 17-19 Jan (2011). (Invited Talk)

- "Novel mechanisms for multiferroicity and magnetoelectric effects in transition metal oxides",
The 14th Asian Workshop on First-Principles Electronic Structure Calculations, Univ. Tokyo, Japan, 30 Oct-2 Nov (2011). (Invited Talk)

- "Ab-initio Theoretical Studies on Charge- Order Induced Ferroelectricity and Magnetoelectric Effects",
Electronic Ferroelectricity - ELF2012, Vietri sul Mare, Italy, 23 Mar (2012). (Invited Talk).

山内邦彦, 招待講演21pGB-5「第一原理計算によるマルチフェロイック物質の研究」
201192124, 平成23年度日本物理学会秋季大会 (富山大学).

- "Charge-order-induced multiferroicity in transition-metal oxides",

ISSP-CMSI international workshop/symposium on MAterial Simulation in Petaflops era (MASP2012), ISSP, Univ. Tokyo, Japan, 2 Jul (2012). (Invited Talk)


Acknowledgement


Links

Download my contribution article 「イタリアで体験したこと」on my experience in Italy (written in Japanese)

BISMUTH project My former affiliation in Italy.

ESMF2010 Multiferroic school held in L'Aquila, which I joined as a member of local organizing committee and as a web-designer.

Back to Theoretical Nanotechnology Dept. (Oguchi group)