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Members

University of Tokyo Associate Professor: Takeshi Sato

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Have you ever heard of any of these?
“Attosecond science”, “high-field phenomena”, “time-dependent multi-electron theory”, “quantum chemistry”, “large scale electronic structure theory”, “density functional theory (DFT)”. If “yes”, bring a pencil and paper, or some computer skills to pioneer new areas of physics that surprise the world with us!

Univ. of Tokyo Project Research Associate: Yasushi Shinohara

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I’m interested in fundamental phenomena related to ultrafast and nonlinear electron dynamics driven by state-of-the-art laser pulse, which might be useful tools for more application side such as laser processing. I’ve worked on elucidation of the phenomena via quantum simulations, most frequently based on ab-initio theories, and development of the simulation schemes.

University of Tokyo Project Researcher: Yang Li

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After obtaining Ph.D in Physics, I joined Ishikawa Lab, one of the world leading groups in the theory of ultrafast light-matter interactions. I ‘m working on ab initio simulations of atoms and molecules in time-dependent external laser field. We have a dream that one day not only specialized theoreticians but also experimentalists can benefit from the wonderful “tools” we invented!

University of Tokyo Principal Researcher: Kazuyuki Sakaue

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Advanced laser/quantum beam, such as free electron laser and high-order harmonic pulses, have a possibility to pioneer a novel laser material processing. I am experimentally investigating phenomena in irradiating such advanced sources to the materials cooperating with theoretical studies in Ishikawa Lab.

University of Tokyo Project Researcher: Hiroki Katow

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I’ve been working in the field of light-matter interacting systems, mostly based on
first principles calculations like density functional theory (DFT) and Green function method (GW+BSE). Non-pertubatively excited systems are one of the most exciting front lines of condensed matter physics.

University of Tokyo Project Researcher: Yuki Orimo

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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

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I study attosecond physics because I would love to get along with it!

University of Tokyo doctor's course:Takuma Teramura

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I came to be fascinated by unimaginable attosecond scale and decided to join Prof. Ishikawa & Dr. Sato laboratory. It is a pleasure learning new things everyday, even it requires hard work. Our lab is great for those who like to tackle the unknown.

University of Tokyo master course: Mizuki Tani

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I chose Ishikawa・Sato laboratory which does simulations of optical physics because I have been interested in this field. Thanks to wonderful staffs and lab members, I am enjoying my research life. If you want to try to new things, please get in touch.

University of Tokyo master course: Masayuki Matsunaga

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I chose this lab because I was interested in attosecond science. I feel the need to study every day, but my days are fulfilling. If you are interested in this area of research, give the entrance exam a try and join us.