Fluid Mechanics: Open Access

ISSN: 2476-2296

Open Access

Satoshi Okuma

Satoshi Okuma

Satoshi Okuma
Associate Professor
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan


Satoshi Okuma received his bachelor’s and doctorate degrees in physics from the University of Tokyo, Japan, in 1982 and 1987, respectively.  Then, he joined the faculty of Tokyo Institute of Technology, where he worked as Research Associate at Department of Physics and later as Associate Professor at Research Center for Low Temperature System, and currently works at Department of Physics and Research Center for Low Temperature Physics.  His main research areas are low temperature physics, especially superconductivity.  He is interested in the quantum phase transition, such as the superconductor-insulator transition and quantum melting, and vortex matter in type-II superconductors with a recent emphasis on novel dynamic transitions and non-equilibrium phenomena in driven vortices.



Research Interest

Low temperature physics (experiment)
Vortex matter in superconductors,
Vortex dynamics, Dynamic transition,
Non-equilibrium phenomena
Quantum phase transition, Localization,
Superconductor-insulator transition  
Electronic transport in low dimensional systems,
Noise and fluctuations,
Ac complex resistivity,
Mode-locking resonance,
Muon spin spectroscopy   
Amorphous films,
Ultrathin films,
Granular systems


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