Dr. Kunihiko Yamauchi
Research interest: DFT study on multiferroics and magnetoelectrics
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:
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
Preprint papers in arXiv
- "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).
2011年9月21−24日, 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)
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)