MUKUDA Hidekazu

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Name
MUKUDA Hidekazu
Affiliation
Osaka University
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph. D

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2005
   
 
: Associate Professor, Osaka University
 
2001
   
 
: Researcher, RIKEN(Institute of Physical and
 
2000
   
 
: Research Associate, Institute for
 
1999
   
 
: Researcher, Japan Science and Technology
 
1997
   
 
: Researcher, Japan Society for the Promotion of
 

Education

 
 
   
 
Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University
 
 
   
 
Department of Material Science, Faculty of Engineering Science, Osaka University
 

Awards & Honors

 
 
Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists
 

Published Papers

 
H, Mukuda, N. Shiki, N. Kimoto, M. Yashima, Y. Kitaoka, K. Tokiwa, and A. Iyo,
   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
Antiferromagnetic Spin Fluctuations and Unconventional Nodeless Superconductivity in an Iron-Based New Superconductor (Ca(4)Al(2)O(6-y))(Fe(2)As(2)): (75)As Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Study
H. Kinouchi, H. Mukuda, M. Yashima, Y. Kitaoka, P. M. Shirage, H. Eisaki, and A. Iyo
Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 047002 (2011)      Jul 2011   [Refereed]
Strong Coupling between Antiferromagnetic and Superconducting Order Parameters of CeRhIn5 Studied by 115In Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy
M. Yashima, H. Mukuda, Y. Kitaoka, H. Shishido, R. Settai, and Y. Onuki
Phys. Rev. B      Jun 2009   [Refereed]
Multiband superconductivity in CePt3Si without inversion symmetry: 195Pt-NMR study,
H. Mukuda, S. Nishide, A. Harada, M. Yashima, Y. Kitaoka, M. Tsujino, T. Takeuchi, E. Bauer, R. Settai and Y. Onuki
Journal of Physics: Conference Series      Jun 2009   [Refereed]
Mitsuharu Yashima, Hideaki Nishimura, Hidekazu Mukuda, Yoshio Kitaoka, Kiichi Miyazawa, Parasharam M. Shirage, Kunihiro Kihou, Hijiri Kito, Hiroshi Eisaki, and Akira Iyo
J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 78, 103702 (2009)   78(10) 103702   Sep 2009   [Refereed]

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance on Strongly correlated electron systems