Graduate and Postdoctoral Advisers
- Professor Yasuo Gondo (retired)
Department of Electrical Engineering, Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan (undergraduate thesis adviser). “Study on magnetostriction of Ni-Fe permalloy thin film.”
Professor Tokio Ohta (retired)
Department of Electrical Engineering, Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan (master's degree thesis adviser).
"Thermopower of plasmon coupled superconductors.”
Professor Sei-ichi Tanuma (the late)
Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan (PhD thesis adviser). “Surface current effect in bismuth and a new method of observation for quantum magneto-oscillation.”
- Professor Hironobu Ikeda (the late)
Department of Physics, Ochanomizu University, Japan (postdoctoral adviser). "Magnetic phase transitions of two dimensional random spin systems by neutron scattering, heat capacity, ultrasonic attenuation, and SQUID magnetization."
- Professor Yoji Koike
Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
- Professor Toshiaki Enoki
Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
- Professor Motohiro Matsuura
Department of Management and Information Science, Fukui University of Technology, Fukui, Japan
- Dr. Jürgen Walter
Department of Materials Science and Processing, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, Japan
- Dr. Itsuko S. Suzuki,
Dr. Itsuko S. Suzuki is pictured here. A brief bio data of Dr. I. S. Suzuki is provided here.
EducationDr. Itsuko S. Suzuki received a PhD in physics from Ochanomizu University (Tokyo, Japan). Her PhD thesis is the theoretical work in the area of nonequilibrium statistical physics, titled "Theory of Exciton migration in a Fluctuating Environment" under the supervision of Professor Fumiaki Shibata of Ochanomizu University. Part of her thesis is published in Physica 128A, 551 (1984); 135A, 139 (1986); 135A, 388 (1986); 143A, 468 (1987).
ExperienceShe has been collaborating with Professor Masatsugu (Sei) Suzuki at Binghamton University since 1989, on the physical properties of quasi two-dimensional magnetic systems such as graphite bi-intercalation compounds. She has published 89 papers (as of November 2005).