For Prospective Students
Welcome graduate & undergraduate (B4) students!
Ishikawa Laboratory studies the interaction of laser pulses and ion beams (heavy particle beams) with atoms, molecules, matters and living organisms through theory and simulations. We developed our own first principles of quantum mechanics, and thus recognized as one of the leading experts on atomic/ molecular dynamics in ultrashort pulses generated by high-intensity femtosecond (10-15 second) lasers and attosecond (10-18 second) lasers.
Students in our laboratory will work on:
- Invention of new first principles of quantum mechanics (= playing with Greek alphabets using a paper and a pencil)
- Development of numerical simulation programs (= writing C+ codes using Mac)
- Execution of numerical simulation in order to clarify experimental results and/or predict new phenomena (= run the program and your brain to analyze of the results)
We welcome motivated students who have strong interests in our research themes to proactively pursue their research. Knowledge on physics (atomic, molecular and quantum mechanics), mathematics and programming skills are great to have but not mandatory. Even you have focused on experiments rather than theory in Bachelors or Masters level and/or you are about to learn laser and nuclear power science, please knock on our door if you are interested.
- Femtosecond laser, Attosecond laser
- High-harmonic generation, Tunneling ionization
- Quantum mechanics, Quantum chemistry calculation
- Heavy-ion cancer therapy
Message from our member
Analysis of many electron system under high-power laser using Bohmian trajectories
Computational physics encompasses a high degree of freedom than it appears to be. Bring your creativity, inspiration and power of ideas to make a difference in high-field physics with us!
In order to study at our laboratory as a Master’s or Doctoral student, please take an entrance exam by the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management (NEM) held every August.
<1st Guidance> Evening of May 17th (Tue), 2016
*17:00- Overview (No. 32 Lecture Room on the 2nd floor of Eng. Bldg. 3)
*17:30-19:30 Lab exhibition (Exhibition Room at Eng. Bldg. 2)
<2nd Guidance> Afternoon of June 11th (Sat), 2016
*15:00- Overview (No. 32 Lecture Room on the 2nd floor of Eng. Bldg. 3)
*15:30-17:30 Lab exhibition (Exhibition Room at Eng. Bldg. 2)