|Welcome to the homepage of Hiroshi Eisaki. I currently belong to Low Temperature Physics group and Superconducting Materials group in Nanoelectronics Research Institute (NeRI) at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), located at Tsukuba City, Japan.
I focus on the experimental study of high-temperature superconductors and related low-dimensional quantum spin systems.
For the comprehensive understanding of these systems, we need to know the
quantitative physical properties. For this purpose, I grow single crystals
of these systems and measure their charge/spin dynamics. I usually measure
magnetic susceptibilities using SQUID magnetometer (MPMS, manufactured
by Quantum Designs inc.). Some of the crystals are used by the worldwide
researchers who have specialities in complementary experimental techniques.
If you are interested in our work, please visit my research page (temporary in Japanese). You can find some of my results in the publication page.