Archives : Sep, 2014
University of Tokyo doctor's course: Ryoji Anzaki
I am completely new to the world of attosecond dynamics of molecules under the influences of intense laser fields, and becoming a member of Ishikawa Lab. was a challenging decision for me. Now I am really satisfied with the members from wide varieties of backgrounds. I am also motivated by the ambitious research topics in this laboratory.
University of Tokyo doctor's course: Imam Wahyutama
One of the fields of expertise of our lab is developing theoretical model and simulation of ultrafast dynamics at the quantum level such as atoms, molecules, and solid-state. If you are math and programming geek or love fiddling with those quantum mechanical operators and wavefunctions don’t hesitate to contact us.
University of Tokyo doctoral course: Yuki Orimo
I chose to join Ishikawa Lab, which is totally different from my areas of research back in the Tokyo Tech. Although I need to learn a lot to catch up, so far I am enjoying my new research environment with a support from excellent faculties and fellow students. If you are from different fields but interested in the Ishikawa lab, please do not hesitate and take up the challenge.
University of Tokyo doctor's course: Kazma Komatsu
University of Tokyo doctor's course:Takuma Teramura
University of Tokyo master's course: Oyuka Tugs
Since I had an interest in electron movement in the extremely short period of time, I chose Ishikawa・Sato laboratory which does simulations of atoms and molecules’ interaction with latest advanced lasers. My research theme is far different from the one I did in my undergraduate years. However, I am really enjoying it now.
University of Tokyo master's course:Chisa Koriyama
When I was in bachelor degree at the other university, I was interested in atto-second scale phenomenon. This is why I chose this Lab. In this Lab, I have a lot of things to study, and they are hard work. I enjoy fruitful time here. If you are interested in this Lab, please join us and challenge yourself.
University of Tokyo master course: Mizuki Tani
University of Tokyo master course: Yutaro Isono
I worked on a Specialized Project at Ishikawa/Sato Lab in my senior year and got interested in attosecond electron dynamics. That’s why I chose this lab for my master’s years. I enjoy the inspiring research environment with a support from excellent faculties, senior and fellow students. If you are interested in the Ishikawa lab, please join us and take up the challenge.