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Science Education

Education and Study

The Science Education department consists of five divisions, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Scinece and Science Education. The students study the basics of all these divisions through lectures, experiments and fieldwork. From the first semester of their junior year, students can join either one of the research labs of the five divisions and study more about each. In their senior year, students work on their thesis with their obtained expertise to study the systems of nature.

Academic Staff

Condensed matter physics
Heavy Fermion system
High-resolution photoemission spectroscopy
Electron-electron coincidence spectroscopy
Physics education
Quantum Information
HIOKI Hideaki
Organic Chemistry
Combinatorial Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Plant Physiology
Cell Biology
KOIKE Keiichi
Cell Biology
HAYAKAWA YukioNew Window
Geology of American National Parks
IWASAKI Hiroyuki
Introduction to Mineralogy
Science of Minerals
Science Education
MASUDA Hiromitsu
Science Education

Master's Theses

  • Relationships between light exposure and the state of matter
    -Development of teaching-materials on the global warming incorporating sunlight and space, and a study on the electronic states of Fe / Tb interface by X-ray photoemission spectroscopy-
  • On the radiation added to the contents of new government guidelines for teaching in junior high school
    -Development of an inexpensive and safe teaching-material for radiation, and development of new apparatus for two-electron coincidence spectroscopy-
  • Development of an Electron-Spectrometer System for Auger-Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy in Solids
  • Ce3d XPS Study on the Dependence of Electronic States on the Temperature and Depth in Ce Metal
  • Electron Optical System for Spin-Polarized Electron Spectroscopy
  • Estimate of the Optical Characteristics of a Grazing-Incidence Monochromator by Ray Tracing
  • Naive Conception about Force and Motiion and Its Conceptional Change
  • Reconstruction of Teaching Materials in Education of Radiotherapy
  • Efficient Catalyst for the Oxidation of Cresols by Molecular Oxygen
  • Oxidative Coupling by Cerium Complexes
  • Electroanalytical Study on the Interaction between Proteins and Their Ligands
  • Lectin-Immunoanalyses of Glycoconjugates in Tobacco cell Membrane
  • Reproductive organ system of Neritidae(Gastropoda, Mollusca)
  • Some Features on the Merge of Cumulonimbus Cloud in Summer Season over the Kanto District
  • Diurnal Variation of Convective Activity and Precipitable Water over the "Semi-Basin"
  • Secondary Minerals in the Okura Metabasaltic Rock, Minakami, Gunma, Japan
  • Alterations of Rock Forming Minerals in Sulfuric Acid
  • A Polarimetric Study of Herbig Ae/Be Stars
  • A Photometric Study of Close Binary System AU Ser