Welcome to Yusuke Iguchi's personal page
Dr. Iguchi received his B.S. in physics at Tokyo University of Science in 2013 and received his Ph.D. in Basic Science from the University of Tokyo in 2018. He was JSPS Overseas Fellow in Applied Physics at Stanford University during 2018-2020. He then joined the Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials at Stanford University as a senior research scientist.
Dr. Iguchi is an experimental physicist in the field of condensed matter physics, with a focus on unconventional superconductors and non-centrosymmetric magnets. His wide-ranging research covers diverse areas, including the exploration of spin dynamics in ferromagnetic insulators and chiral edge currents in topological superconductors. His achievements include the observation of non-reciprocal magnon-propagation in chiral ferromagnets, pioneering electromagnetic control over non-reciprocal microwave propagation in multiferroic materials, uncovering local superconducting states and intrinsic magnetism in candidates for chiral superconductors, and the observation of unquantized vortices in multiband superconductors.
Dr. Iguchi received honors and awards, including Overseas
Research Fellowship of JSPS (2018), Journal of Physics Society of Japan Papers
of Editors' Choice (2017), DC2 Research Fellowship of JSPS (2016), and
Outstanding Graduate Student Award from University of Tokyo (2015). In addition,
He founded and organize the Association for Japanese Researchers at Stanford
I was invited as a speaker at the 7th KUJI QMAT seminar (former OSS journal club), which is a closed format with attendance by invitation from the managing groups in Cambridge, Kyoto, Seoul, and Salerno. I talked about our recent observation of Un-quantized superconducting vortices, which was published in Science.
I had a one-hour talk at the Stanford campus with 14 visiting senior students from the Department of Business at Ritsumeikan University. This is an activity of STEM education in JASS.
I was invited as a speaker at the 12th Japanese Academic Seminars at Stanford (JASS) on July 15, 2023. I talked about my recent research to researchers and non-researchers at Stanford University and other institutes/companies in the bay area and online audience.
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