Last Modified on Feb 18, 2010.


Name:    Hiroaki  NAKAMURA

e-mail:                  hnakamura[at_mark]

Current position
  Associate Professor, Department of Simulation Science, National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan

Research Experiences

April 1996-Sep. 1996
               Subject "Finite-Size Scaling Function of the Ferromagnetic Heisenberg Chain in a  Magnetic Field"

May 1996 - March 1998
              Subject: "Transport Properties of Thermo-Electric Element in a Strong Magnetic Field"

April 1998-June 1998
               Subject "Transport Properties of Nernst element in a Strong Magnetic Field"

July 1998-September 2004
            Subject; " Rigidity of Orientationally Ordered Domains of Short Chain Molecules"

October 2004-March 2007
            Associate Professor , Theory and Computer Simulation Center,
                                    National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan
April 2007- present
          Associate Professor , Department of Simulation Science,,
                                    National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan

  • Molecular Dynamics Simulaion of Graphite
    • "Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Collision between Graphite and Hydrogen"
  • Quantum Transport Phenomena of "Mesoscopic" System
    • "Transport Theory of Semiconductor in a magnetic field and temperature gradient"
    • "Quantum Nernst Effect"
    • "Spintronics"
  • Nano Optics
    • "FDTD Simulation of Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy"
  • Soft Matter Physics
    • "Phase Diagram of Amphiphilic Molecules by Dissipative Particle Dynamics Simulation" 


National Institute for Fusion Science 
Department of Simulation Science,  
322-6 Oroshi-cho, Toki 509-5292, JAPAN
Phone : +81-572-58-2356
Facsimile: +81-572-58-2626