W703, General Research Bldg.,
Yokohama National University,
79-5 Tokiwadai, Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama 240-8501, JAPAN
Access – Yokohama National University
From Yokohama Station (West Exit),
– Taxi (about 15 minutes)
– Platform 9: Bus No. #Hama-11; get off at “Kamadaijuutaku-dai-ichi(1)”
– Platform 10: Bus No. #Hama-10; get off at “Kokudai-nishi” (weekdays only)
S9-1 General Research Bldg. W 703
Research in theoretical physics can be conducted anywhere. Through Zoom, Skype, and email, we can conduct research together even if we
are geographically separated. If you are interested in our research, please do not hesitate to contact us
If you are an undergraduate or master’s student, please consider joining Kyōto University when you graduate. Japan has a well-developed system of scholarships for foreign students (https://www.jasso.go.jp/en/study_j/). After admission, you will have the chance to be hired as a research assistant in the university.
Even if you already are a graduate student in a laboratory somewhere, you are welcome to collaborate with us and expand the variety of your research. Why not collaborate with us to conduct theoretical analysis of your experimental results? You can find details on the short-term study abroad program, here (https://www.jasso.go.jp/en/study_j/). We also facilitate virtual collaboration over Zoom, Skype, or email without the need for you to visit Japan. If your research is close to ours, we may also hire you as a research assistant, even if you are at another university.
If you have already received or in the near future will receive your Ph.D., it is also possible to engage you as a postdoctoral candidate. You are encouraged to contact us in advance, keeping in mind the uncertainty of the funding situation. Besides, we will offer our support in helping you secure a suitable fellowship available, for example, the JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-fellow/).
We always welcome good collaborations. Please do not hesitate to contact us when you find any experimental
results hard to understand and would like to work together to gain deeper insight.