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Research -Mission-

@Our research is a theoretical study on the various phenomena in nature, playing in the nano-scale of space and time, by utilizing the state-of-art in both computation and computer. Based on the knowledge of quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, or computational science, we clarify nano-scale phenomena in natural science and also construct new methods for the development.

-Interdisciplinarity-

@Nanoscience forms a large continental area at a field where various fields in conventional nature science intersects together. The borders at frontier are expanding with grate force. Our laboratory of Computational Nanoscience is in the scopes of material science, molecule science, surface/interface science, and non-equilibrium science.

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@Our 4 papers are accepted for publication as achievements of study.

@Nurul Ikhsan, Tomosato Kanagawa, Indra Paraded, Daiki Yoshikawa, and Tatsuki Oda, Perpendicular and in-plane magnetic anisotropies in Cr-buffered Fe(x)/MgO interface from first-principles approach, accepted for publication to The Science Reports of Kanazawa University, Accepted on 23 August 2018,2018

@Nurul Ikhsan, Indra Paraded, Tomosato Kanagawa, Daiki Yoshikawa, Masao Obata, and Tatsuki Oda, Fermi level smearing effect in the perpendicular interfac Fe/MgO magnetic anisotropy, accepted for publication to The Science Reports of Kanazawa University, Accepted on 28 August 2018,2018

@Tatsuki Oda, Indra Paraded, Tomosato Kanagawa, Nurul Ikhsan, Daiki Yoshikawa, and Masao Obata, Shape Magnetic Anisotropy from Spin Density in Nanoscale Slab Systems, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Accepted on 29 August 2018, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/TMAG.2018.2868843

@Masao Obata, Mega Christivana, and Tastuki Oda, Investigation of magnetic dipole-dipole interaction using magnetic density on solid oxygen based on first-principles approach, AIP Advances: 2018 International Conference on Magnetism, Accepted on 4 September 2018




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