Result News

Published a paper in the Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology on the gamma-ray spectrum analysis method developed by the Eichi Project (see “Project Research”).
Mr. BASIRI Hamid (D2) presented his research results at 7th International Exchange and Innovation Conference on Engineering & Sciences (IEICES 2021).
Associate Prof. Kin presented the results of an international collaboration with UCLouvain University (Belgium) at the international conference IEEE NSS/MIC 2021.

Active News

An experiment to evaluate detector performance was conducted at CENTER FOR ACCELERATOR AND BEAM APPLIED SCIENCE OF KYUSHU UNIVERSITY (Prof. Watanabe, Assistant Prof. Kawase, Mr. Fukuda (M2), Mr. Oishi (M1), and Mr. Kawata (B4) participated in the experiment)
forth year Bachelor students(4 people), first year master’s students(5 people) and first year Ph.D. Students(1 person) have been newly assigned to the laboratory. .The total number of students and staff is now 28.
forth year Bachelor students(3 people), first year master’s students(4 people) and first year Ph.D. Students(1 person) have been newly assigned to the laboratory. .The total number of students and staff is now 25.
KAWASE Shoichiro has been appointed as an assistant professor in our laboratory.
forth year Bachelor students(3 people), first year master’s students(6 people) and first year Ph.D. Students(2 people) have been newly assigned to the laboratory. .The total number of students and staff is now 23.

Outline of our research activities

Our group has an interest in applying atomic and nuclear physics to advanced science and technology. In particular, we are studying physical mechanisms on the transport of high-density energy generated by elementary particle and nuclear reactions in matter and biological body, in connection with development of next-generation fission and fusion energy system, space equipment, etc. The scope of our research covers neutron and light-ion induced reactions, nuclear data, radiation physics, radiation transport calculations, radiation detection, multi-scale simulation of single-event effects in microelectronic devices, and so on.

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