FUKUYAMA Hiroshi


福山 寛ふくやま ひろし
FUKUYAMA Hiroshi

FUKUYAMA Hiroshi
Title Professor
Affiliation Department of Physics (UG), Department of Physics (GR), Graduate School of Science
E-mail
Room 433, Faculty of Science Bldg.1, 4F
TEL +81-3-5841-4193 | 24193(ext.)


Research Field

Low Temperature Physics

Research Subject

Experiments on Quantum Fluids and Solids and on Low Dimensional Electronic Systems at Ultra-low Temperatures

Current Research

My main interests are in quantum properties of liquid and solid helium which are ideal model systems for interacting Fermions and Bosons. Currently, I am studying novel quantum many-body phenomena such as the spin liquid state and the supersolid state in monatomic helium films by means of specific heat and NMR measurements at ultra-low temperatures near absolute zero. Furthermore, I am investigating electronic properties, such as the quantum Hall effect, in graphene (monatomic sheet of carbon), graphite surfaces and anisotropic superconductors at low temperatures and high magnetic fields with the scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy.

Keywords

Low Temperature Physics, Ultra-low Temperatures, Quantum Fluids, Quantum Solids, Superfluidity, Superconductivity, Strong Correlation Effects, Spin Liquids, Ring Exchanges, 2D Electron Systems, Surface Scanning Probes

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