Our research mainly focuses on the nuclear many-body theories and the relevant interdisciplinary studies in nuclear physics, nuclear astrophysics, and particle physics. Key topics include:
- nuclear density functional theory (DFT)
- structure of exotic nuclei
- hidden symmetries in atomic nuclei
- nuclear collective excitations
- nuclear weak-interaction processes and \( r \)-process nucleosynthesis
|March 2023||Hiroyuki Tajima||(Assist. Prof.)||17th Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan (Division 1)|
|September 2022||Tomoya Naito||(PD)||2022 RIBF Users Group Thesis Award|
|March 2022||Tomoya Naito||(D3)||FY2021 Award of Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo|
|November 2021||Haozhao Liang||(Assoc. Prof.)||Top Reviewer Award, 2021 (Chinese Physics C)|
|October 2021||Hiroyuki Tajima||(Assist. Prof.)||Award on Public Relations at Kochi University|
|October 2020||Yixin Guo||(M1)||CNSSS Young Scientist Awards in 2020|
|October 2020||Tomoya Naito||(D2)||CNSSS Young Scientist Awards in 2020|
|February 2020||Tomoya Naito||(D1)||2020 CAEN Best Young Speaker Award|
|March 2019||Tomoya Naito||(M2)||FY2018 Award of Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo|
|September 2016||Haozhao Liang||(Guest Assoc. Prof.)||IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Nuclear Physics, 2016|
(Only awards received while a member belongs to this group are shown. A title is at the time of the award.)
How to Join?
You can join our group as a graduate student (master course or PhD course) via following options.
- You can join our group as master/PhD students of Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo (A0 sub-course)
- More detail, please see the website of Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo
You can join our group as a postdoc researcher via following options.