The aim of this division is to experimentally study on the magnetic, electric, and thermal properties of condensed matter systems such as magnetic material, superconductor, and semiconductor.
Extreme Condition Condensed Matter Physics
Quantum phenomena are studied by electron spin resonance and nano-scale magnetometry under extreme conditions, such as low temperature, high magnetic field, and high pressure.
Low Temperature Condensed Matter Physics
Quantum phenomena, such as superconductivity, magnetism, and multipole order, are studied by nuclear magnetic resonance and macroscopic measurements under complex conditions such as low-temperature, high-magnetic field and high pressure.
Spectroscopic studies on the dynamical and microscopic responses of electrons, atoms and molecules in condensed matter by means of ultrashort laser pulses, highly charged ions, and synchrotron radiation. (
Correlated Electron Physics
Our study is focused on the crystal growth and low temperature measurements in highly correlated electron systems to explore new quantum phenomena, such as unconventional superconductivity and magnetism. (