Associate Professor Kazuyuki Uchida

Area and Subject Taught Computational Material Science
Research Theme(s) Computational Materials Science, Nano-Science
Academic Degrees Ph. D., University of Tokyo
Keywords for Research Field Condensed Matter Physics, First-Principles Calculation
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Research Overview

First-principles calculations for nano-scale systems. Developments of new methodology and computational codes for material science.

Notable Publications and Works in the Last Three Years

  1. Y. Sugihara, K. Uchida, and A. Oshiyama, “Electron and Hole Confinement in Hetero-Crystalline SiC Superlattice”, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 84, 084709 (2015).
  2. A. Oshiyama, J.-I. Iwata, K.Uchida, Y,-I. Matsushita, “Large-scale real-space density-functional calculations: Moire-induced electron localization in graphene”, J. Appl. Phys. 117, 112811 (2015).
  3. K. Uchida, S. Furuya, J.–I. Iwata, A. Oshiyama, “Atomic Corrugation and Electron Localization due to Moire Patterns in Twisted Bilayer Graphenes layers”, Phys. Rev. B 90, 155451 (2014).
  4. K. Uchida, Z. Guo, J.-I. Iwata, and A. Oshiyama, “Large-scale Elecronic Structure Calculations in the Real-Space Scheme: Bilayer graphene and Silicene”, MRS Online Proceedings Library, Vol 1595 (2013).
  5. K. Uchida and A. Oshiyama, “Identification of metallic phases of In atomic layers on Si (111) surfaces”, Phys. Rev. B 87, 165433 (2013).