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Hiraku OGINO

Ph. D, Senior Researcher

Superconducting Electronics Group, Electronics and Photonics Research Institute
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

1-1-1 Central 2, Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8568, Japan
e-mail: h-ogino###aist.go.jp
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List of achievements(PDF)


Research history

Department of Chemistry, the University of Tokyo (Bachelor(1998), Master(1999-2000))
*Synthesis and physical properties of new layered mixed-anion compounds with perovskite-type layers
Discovered several new layered sulfide oxides such as Sr3Sc2Cu2S2O5 and Sr2Cu3S2O2.

Murata manufacturing Co. (Researcher(2001))
*Development of high performance ceramic thermister

IMRAM, Tohoku University (PostDoc Researcher(2002-2005), research associate(2005-2006))
*Bulk single crystal growth of wide band gap semiconductor materials by solvothermal method
Established growth method of 2-inch size ZnO single crystals.
*Development of new scintillator materials
Developed new Pr activated scintillator LuAG:Pr.
Proposed new mechanism (control of band gap and defect level) to enhance scintillator in LuGAG:Pr (Ga substituted LuAG).

Department of Chemistry, the University of Tokyo (Assistant professor(2006-2015), Lecturer(2015-2017))
*Development of new functional materials with mixed anions;
Investigatin of transparent conductivity and luminescence properties of new layered sulfide oxides (CuCh)-(AEScO) system
Development of new iron pnictide superconductors with perovskite-type blocking layers
Discovery of new superconducting pnictide oxide with perovskite-type layers
*Development of RE123 melt-solidified bulk
*Improvement of superconducting properties in MgB2 and Bi-based superconductors
*Improvment of scintillation properties of oxide scintillators

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (Senior Researcher(2016-))
*Development of new functional materials with mixed anions;
*Development of new superconductors

Social Activities

Japan Society of Applied Physics
JSPS No. 161 committee, Member of management
Japanese Association for Crystal Growth Cooperation, councilor
Cryogenic Association of Japan
Ceramic Society of Japan