ICHIMIYA Ayahiko

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Name
ICHIMIYA Ayahiko
Affiliation
Nagoya University
Section
School of Engineering
Job title
Professor Emeritus

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2004
 - 
Today
Professor Emeritus, Nagoya University
 
Oct 2005
 - 
Mar 2010
Guest researcher, Advanced Research Science Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2009
Professor, Faculty of Science, Japan Women's Univeristy
 
Apr 2003
 - 
Sep 2005
Guest Group Leader, Advanced Research Science Center, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute
 
Apr 1997
 - 
Mar 2004
Professor, Department of Quantum Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University
 

Education

 
 
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1966
Graduate School, Division of Science and Technology, Gakushuin University
 
 
 - 
1969
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Nagoya University
 

Awards & Honors

 
2008
Fellow of Japanese Society of Applied Physics
 

Misc

 
A. Ichimiya, K. Hayashi, E. D. Williams, T. L. Einstein, M. Uwaha and K. Watanabe.
   2000
T. Hashizume, Q. K. Xue, J. Zhou, A. Ichimiya and T. Sakurai
   1994
Formation of √21×√21 structure by gold deposition on Si(111)√3×√3-Ag surface and the wavering behavior.
A. Ichimiya, H. Nomura, Y. Horio, T. Sato, T. Sueyoshi and M. Iwatsuki
   1994
H. Nakahara and A. Ichimiya
   1991

Books etc

 
Reflection High Energy Electron diffraction
Cambridge University Press   2004   
Advances in the Understanding of Crystal Growth Mechanisms Edited by T. Nishinaga, K. Nishioka,J. Harada
Elsevier Science B.V.   1997   
Atomic、Molecular and Electronic Dynamic Processes on Solid Surfaces   Edited by M. Aono and M. Kawai
Elsevier Science B.V.   1996   
Positrons at Metallic Surfaces Editor Akira Ishii
Trans Tech Publications   1993   
Ordering at Surfaces and Interfaces Eds. A. Yoshimori, T. Shinjo and H. Watanabe
Springer-Verlag   1992   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Structure analysis of crystal surfaces
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2007 - 2009
Atomic structure of crystal surfaces are analyzed by reflection high-energy electron diffraction