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Brief CV of Yoshihiko TOGAWA (戸川 欣彦)

 

Yoshihiko Togawa was born in Hyogo, Japan in 1974. He obtained his B.Eng (1997), M.Eng (1999), Ph.D (2002) degrees from the University of Tokyo. He was a JSPS research fellow at the University of Tokyo (1999–2002), and a researcher at Frontier Research System, RIKEN (2002–2008). In 2009, he moved to Osaka Prefecture University as a special lecturer and principal investigator in the tenure-track program, and became a special associate professor in 2012. Since 2014, he has been a associate professor with tenure at Department of Physics and Electronics, Osaka Prefecture University. He has also been PRESTO researcher at Japan Science and Technology Agency from 2013 to 2017, and a honorary research fellow at the University of Glasgow since 2014. He has obtained a professorshiop and been leading Quantum physics group at Department of Physics and Electronics, Osaka Prefecture University since 2018. He has been working on experimental studies on various topics of condensed matter physics, in particular, the dynamics of quantum condensates with many degrees of freedom including visualization of structures and dynamics of superconducting vortices, magnetic domains, and chiral magnetic orders using electron microscopy. His current research interest is the exploration of spin phase electronics using chiral magnetism, electron physics using electron beams, and chiral material science.