Takuma Teramura, D3
Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management,
School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
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Graduation Thesis (Bachelor)
First-principles simulation of the electron dynamics in small molecules induced by an attosecond laser pulse
- Takuma Teramura, Takeshi Sato, and Kenichi L. Ishikawa, Implementation of a gauge-invariant time-dependent configuration-interaction-singles method for three-dimensional atoms, Phys. Rev. A 100, 043402 (4 October 2019).(DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.100.043402)
- Takeshi Sato, Takuma Teramura and Kenichi L. Ishikawa, Gauge-Invariant Formulation of Time-Dependent Configuration Interaction Singles Method, Appl. Sci. 2018, 8(3), 433-1~14 (2018),(DOI: 10.3390/app8030433)
Takuma Teramura, “Implementation of Gauge-Invariant Time-Dependent Configuration Interaction Singles Method to Three- Dimensional”, The 9th Asian Workshop on Generation and Application of Coherent XUV and X- ray Radiation (9th AWCXR) , Hokkaido University, Sapporo, October 15, 2018 (Poster)
- April 2016 – present Department of Systems Innovation B course (Systems Design & Management), Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
- April 2013 – March 2016 Bachelor’s course, Natural Science I, The University of Tokyo
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.