We aim to train students to become self-reliant researchers who have a deep understanding from the perspective of the physical sciences of the phenomenon that occur in the natural world from an ultra micro to an ultra macro scale.
We will endeavor to train students to become professionals who have an understanding of science based firmly on physics and who will develop materials science and technology for the next generation. From this perspective, our department has established the following objectives.
We strive to discover the physical properties of substances in various layers of our hierarchically structured natural world, including the discovery of structures in space, stars, and black holes, such as the basic particles and their basic interactions that make up substances, the physical properties in condensed matter systems, and the reactions and dynamics of substances under various extreme environments (low temperature, high pressure, magnetized fields, laser light irradiation). To this end, we conduct basic research and promote education from various angles such as experimentation (magnetism, superconductivity, optical properties, etc.), pure theory, and numerical simulation.