Member

Toshu An

Associate professor

 

 

2015,

Visiting associate professor at Institute for Solid State Physics (ISSP), The Univ. of Tokyo 

Collaborative research,

Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku Univ.

 

Date of birth: 21st September 1970

Place of birth: Tokyo, Japan
Nationality: Republic of Korea
Marital Status: married
Title: Dr (engineering)

 

 

 

Present Status

Associate professor, School of Materials Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), since April 2015 

Education

 Dr. Engineering. Toyota Technological Institute, Nagoya, Japan, March 2000

 Mr. Sc. in Physics and Applied Physics, University of Waseda, Tokyo, March 1997

 B. Sc. in Physics and Applied Physics, University of Waseda, Tokyo, March 1995

Employment/research experience

1.May. 2013〜March, 2015, Research Scientists, RIKEN, Surface and Interface Science Laboratory

 Research topics: "Development of magnetic resonance microscope for nanoscale dynamical spin

 sensing"

 Supervisor: You Soo Kim

 

2.Apr. 2010〜Apr. 2013, Assistant professor, Division of Surface and Interface Research lab. Materials

 Property division, The Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University

 Research topics: "Development of scanning magnetic resonance microscopy and its application to

 spitronics"

 Supervisor: Prof. Eiji Saitoh

 

3.Oct. 2006〜Mar. 2010, Research fellow of PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST),

 The university of Tokyo, The institute for solid state physics, division of nanoscale science

 Research topics: "Development of spin resonance atomic force microscopy with nanoscale resolution"

 Supervisor: Prof. Yukio Hasegawa

 

4.Apr. 2006〜Sep. 2006, Post-doctoral researcher of the university of Tokyo, The institute for solid

 state physics, division of nanoscale science

 Research topics: "Development of low temperature atomic force microscopy based on quartz sensor"

 Supervisor: Prof. Yukio Hasegawa

 

5.Apr. 2003〜Mar. 2006, Post-doctoral researcher of Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST),

 The university of Tokyo, The institute for solid state physics, division of nanoscale science

 Research topics: "Development of low temperature atomic force microscopy based on quartz sensor"

 Supervisor: Prof. Yukio Hasegawa

 

6.Oct. 2001〜Mar. 2002, Visiting researcher, Center for Atomic-scale Material physics (CAMP),

 Institute of Physics and Astronomy, University of Aarhus, Denmark

 Research topics: "Catalytic reaction study using high-pressure scanning tunneling microscopy"

 Supervisor: Prof. Flemming Besenbacher

 

7.Apr.2000〜Mar.2003, Post-doctoral researcher of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.

 (JSPS), Toyota technological institute, Surface Science Lab.

 Research topics: "Catalytic reaction study on bimetalic surface alloy surface"

 

 Supervisor: Prof. Kazuyuki Ueda

Granted

1.Representative: Fiscal year 2011-2013, The Canon foundation: grant program of 「産業基盤の創生」

 (Sangyo-kiban no sousei), title 「窒素-空孔複合体中心ダイヤモンド付磁気共鳴プローブ顕微鏡の開発による

 単一スピン検出」(Single spin detection by a magnetic resonance probe equipped with nitrogen vacancy

 center in diamond), Total budget amount 15,000 thousands of yen.

 

2.Representative: Fiscal year 2011-2013, Kaken, Grants-in-aid for scientific research, Kiban

 kenkyu(B), Title 「走査スピン注入プローブを用いた局所磁気共鳴励起」(Local magnetic resonance

 excitation by using scanning spin injection probe), Total budget amount: 16,200 thousands of yen.

 

3.Representative: Fiscal year 2011-2012,Kaken, Grants-in-aid for scientific research, Shin-gakujutu:

「電磁メタマテリアル」 (Electro-magnetic metamaterial), Title 「磁気誘電効果を用いた単一媒質メタマテリアル

 素子の探索」(Exploration of single medium metamaterial via electro magnetic effect), Total budget

 amount: 6,200 thousands of yen.

 

4.Representative: Fiscal year 2011, The Mitsubishi foundation, 41st 自然科学研究助成 (Shizen-kagaku

 kenkyu josei), Title 「走査磁気共鳴顕微鏡を用いた高分解能スピン波計測」(High resolution spin wave

 detection by using scanning magnetic resonance microscopy), Total budget amount: 3,000

 thousands of yen.

 

 

5.Representative: Fiscal year 2007-2010, PRESTO (Precursory research for Embryonic Research

 Science Technology), JST (Japan Science and Technology Agency) research area of “Structure

 function and research analysis”, Title 「ナノスケール分解能スピン共鳴原子間力顕微鏡の開発」

 (“Development of spin resonance force microscopy with nanoscale resolution”), Total budget amount:

 43,694 thousands of yen.

Academic society activities

Member of:
The Japan Society of Applied Physics
The Physical society of Japan
American Physical Society
The magnetics society of Japan
The surface science society of Japan


Lab Member

 

Doctor's Programs   D1                            Yuta KAINUMA

            M2          Kenichi NAKASHITA

            M1          Zhang Siyue     

 

 

Research Assistant                                    Harish Kumar  Choudhary

                                                                       Kunitaka HAYASHI 

                                                                      


Collaboration researcher

C. A. Meriles, A. Laraoui, City College of New York
長谷川幸雄 准教授、 東京大学物性研究所
齊藤英治 教授、東北大学金属材料研究所

Dr. K.Uchida, National Institute for Materials Science

Dr. NARUSHIMA, Tetsuya、Institute for Molecule Science

Former member 

M2(October admission)Koudai KANBARA

 

           M2(April admission)  Keiko IWATA

        

           M2(April admission)  Ryunosuke EIMOTO

 

           M2(April admission)  Marina MORIYAMA