Tsukazaki Laboratory

About us

Research topicsMaterial development using thin film technology
Exploration of low-temperature quantum phenomena
Condensed-matter physics, Interface phenomena, Magnetism,
Superconductivity, Semiconductor physics, Topological Science
Techniques & EquipmentThin-film fabrication : Molecular-beam epitaxy, Pulsed-laser deposition,
Sputtering
Characterization : x-ray diffraction, composition analysis,
various equipment for physical properties measurement
Participating conferencesThe Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP)
The Physical Society of Japan (JPS)
Materials Research Society (MRS)
American Physical Society (APS)
Research introductionWe aim to develop useful devices and study condensed-matter physics by creating new functional interfaces ourselves
using our unique high-quality thin-film fabrication techniques.
We try fabricating artificial superstructures and studying interfacial properties by making full use of thin-film fabrication
techniques in ultra-high vacuum, which is a non-equilibrium process.
In our laboratory, we focus on the investigation for quantum transport phenomena,
such as the quantum Hall effect, superconductivity, and search for novel materials applicable to the functional devices.
We keep challenging to find interesting materials and phenomena by further extending
the material system.
Recent hot topics

・Creation of new conductive oxide interfaces
・Exploration for topological Science
・Control of physical properties by electric-field effect
・Control of interfacial superconductivity
・Research on physical properties utilizing thin film technology

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Tsukazaki Laboratory

address〒980-8577
2-1-1 Katahira, Aoba-ku, Sendai
980-8577, Japan
Office :Bldg. 4 – 211
Lab.:Bldg. 4 – 208, 209, 210
Phone022-215-2085 (Tsukazaki)
Phone022-215-2088 (Lab.)
Fax022-215-2086
E-mailtsukazaki_@_tohoku.ac.jp
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