KAGOSHIMA Seiichi

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Name
KAGOSHIMA Seiichi
Degree
Doctor of Science(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor,Emeritus Professor of the University of Tokyo, Meiji University School of Science and Technology, Department of Physics
 
1973
 - 
1979
:Researcher, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Ministry of International Trade and Industry
 
1979
 - 
1988
:Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
 
1988
 - 
1994
:Professor, College of Atrs and Sciences, University of Tokyo
 
1994
 - 
2009
:Professor, Graduate School of Atrs and Sciences, University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
KAGOSHIMA Seiichi
Physical Review B   81(2) 024519-1 - 024519-10   2010
KAGOSHIMA Seiichi
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan   78(12) 124705-1 - 124705-7   2009
Crystal and Electronic Structures of the Quasi-Two-Dimensional Organic Conductor alpha-(BEDT-TTF)2I3 and Its Selenium Analogue alpha-(BEDT-TSeF)2I3 under Hydrostatic Pressure at Room Temperature
KAGOSHIMA Seiichi
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan   78(11) 114714-1 - 114714-7   2009
KAGOSHIMA Seiichi
physica status solidi (b)   245(12) 2688-2691   2008

Books etc

 
Physical phemnomna and physical laws
Maruzen   2011   
Nanoworld
Maruzen   2009   
Solid Sate Physics
Shokabo   2002   
Low-Dimensional Conductors
Shokabo   2000   
Density waves in Solids
Maruzen   1999   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Electronic States of Organic Quasi-Two Dimensional Conductor beta''-(DODHT)2PF6: Charge Ordering and Superconductivity
The 8-th International Symposium on Conducting Organic Superconductors and Magnets (Sapporo, Japan)   2009   
Development of Uniaxial Elongation Method and its Application to Low Dimensional Conductors  
The 7-th International Symposium on Conducting Organic Superconductors and Magnets (Peniscola, Spain)   2007   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Electronic Properties of Low-Dimensional Molecular Conductors
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Electrical, magnetic and structural properties of low-dimensional electronic systems in conductors composed of molecules such as organic molecules