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Tsuneyuki Research Group


Tsuneyuki Group Homepage

 Welcome to the home page of our research group! Our group is headed by Professor Shinji Tsuneyuki. We investigate electronic and structural properties of materials with first-principles calculations.

News & Topics

  • The study of Yamada (Ph.D student) and his colleagues, which was in public as a preprint in Nov. 19th, 2016, was published from Physical Review B. LINK
    2017.1.5
  • Yamada (Ph.D student) and his colleagues developed an efficient post-processing method for calculating the electronic structure of nanosystems based on the divide-and-conquer approach to density functional theory (DC-DFT). A preprint of their work was posted on the arXive. LINK
    2016.11.19
  • Sato (Ph.D student) and Tsuneyuki (prof.) investigated the electronic structure of unsinthesized perovskite-type oxyhydride KTiO2H using first-principles calculations, and revealed two-dimensional property and high polarization of KTiO2H. Their work was published from Applied Physical Letters. LINK
    2016.10.26
  • Kawamura (Ph.D. alumnus) and his colleagues revealed the origin of highly anisotropic superconducting gap of YNi2B2C based on the density functional theory for superconductors. This work is based on his study of doctoral thesis. A preprint of their work was posted on the arXive. LINK
    2016.10.24
  • Kitatani (Ph.D student) and his colleagues studied interplay of Pomeranchuk instability and d-wave supercunductivity for the repulsive Hubbard model on the square lattice. A preprint of their work was posted on the arXive. LINK
    2016.9.19
  • Katow (Ph.D student) and his colleagues theoretically investigeted the stability of excitonic many-body bound states in diamond, and a preprint of their work was posted on the arXive. LINK
    2016.9.9
  • Akashi (assistant prof.) and his colleagues revealed the new crystal structure of sulfur hydride called "Magnéli phase" by ab-initio calculation. Their work was published from Physical Review Letters. LINK  
    2016.8.10
  • A joint group of theorists and experimentalists investigated the electronic structure of Fe thin layer grown on the Cu(001) surface, and their work has been published from Physical Review B. Tatetsu(Postdoc) in our lab. participated in this study on the theoretical part. LINK
    2016.7.29
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    2016.7.29