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NEGISHI Kentaro

Assistant Professor

Affiliation

Mathematical Science and Physics
[Master's Program] Mathematical Science and Physics

Degrees Obtained

Ph.D in Physics

Specialties

High Energy Physics
Detector R&D

Profile

Tohoku Univ. Sendai, Japan
Bachelor of Physics March, 2009
Master of Physics March, 2011
Ph.D in Physics March, 2015
Hiroshima Univ. Graduate School of Advanced Sciences of Matter, Higashihiroshima, Japan
Researcher April, 2015 – March, 2016
Iwate Univ. Faculty of Science and Engineering, Morioka, Japan
Research associate April, 2016 –

My Areas of Research

Large Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber R&D

Our study target is particle physics for the origin of material or universe. Especially for neutrino event and proton decay, the R&D of large(>10 kt) LAr-TPC has been started. The features of LAr-TPC are 3D tracking and energy measurement with wide dynamic range. We are working on the element R&D for large detector.

My Teaching Philosophy

We aim to acquire fundamental knowlegde indcuding Physics for study.
In addition, after obtaining a scientific point of view through it, we are training human resources who can take an active part in the current society.

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