ARITA Kenichiro

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Affiliation Department etc.

Department of Fundamental Study
Department of Physical Science and Engineering
Center for Research and Development in Higher Engineering-Education

Title

Professor

Research Fields, Keywords

nuclear structure, semiclassical physics, periodic orbit theory

Graduating School

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    1990.03

    Kyoto University   Faculty of Science   Graduated

Graduate School

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    1995.03

    Kyoto University  Graduate School, Division of Natural Science  Doctor's Course  Completed

Degree

  • Kyoto University -  Master (Science)

  • Kyoto University -  Doctor (Science)

External Career

  • 2007.06
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    2008.03

    University of Regensburg   Institute for Theoretical Physics   Researcher  

  • 1996.01
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    1996.08

    Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science   Special researcher of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  

  • 1995.06
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    1995.12

    Kyoto University   Lecturer  

  • 1995.04
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    1995.05

      Researcher  

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification)

  • Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics

  • Mathematical physics/Fundamental condensed matter physics

 

Research Career

  • Nuclear structures with semiclassical periodic-orbit theory

    Individual   (not selected)  

    Project Year:  1993.04  -  Now

  • Prefragment deformation and shell structure in nuclear fission processes

    Collaboration in Japan   Cooperative Research  

    Project Year:  2016.02  -  Now

  • Extension of periodic orbit theory to the bifurcation regions and its applications to physical systems

    International Collaboration   (not selected)  

    Project Year:  1997.04  -  Now

Papers

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Presentations

  • Semiclassical origin of asymmetric fission

    Ken-ichiro Arita, Takatoshi Ichikwa, Kenichi Matsuyanagi

    Shapes and Symmetries in Nuclei from Experiment to Theory 2018  (Gif sur Yvette, France)  2018.11  -  2018.11  Centre national de la recherche scientifique

  • Fragment shell structures and periodic orbits in nuclear fission processes

    Ken-ichiro Arita, Takatoshi Ichikawa, Kenichi Matsuyanagi

    72nd annual meetings of the Physical Society of Japan  (Osaka University)  2017.03  -  2017.03  The Physical Society of Japan

  • Periodic-orbit bifurcations and dynamical symmetry restorations in exotic-shape nuclear mean fields

    Ken-ichiro Arita  [Invited]

    Shapes and Symmetries in Nuclei from Experiment to Theory  (Gif sur Yvette, France)  2016.11  -  2016.11  Centre national de la recherche scientifique

  • Semiclassical origins of octupole-deformed shell structures

    2015.09  -  2015.09 

  • Semiclassical origins of nuclear shell structures

    Ken-ichiro Arita

    原子核における動力学的対称性の探索  (理化学研究所)  2013.07  -  2013.07  理化学研究所理論科学連携研究推進グループ

  • Periodic Orbit Approach to Prolate Dominance in Nuclear Deformation

    Ken-ichiro Arita

    Current Problems in Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy  (Kiev, Ukraine)  2010.06  -  2010.06  National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

  • Periodic Orbit Bifurcation as the Origin of Nuclear Deformations

    Ken-ichiro Arita

    International Conference on Finite Fermionic Systems - Nilsson model 50 years  (Lund, Sweden)  2005.06  -  2005.06  Lund University

  • Semiclassical Origin of Shell Structures in Deformed Nuclei: Dependence on Surface Diffuseness and Effect of Spin-Orbit Couplings

    Ken-ichiro Arita

    10th Workshop on Nuclear Physics "Marie and Pierre Curie"  (Kazimierz Dolny, Poland)  2003.09  -  2003.09 

  • Semiclassical Origin of Shell Structures in Deformed Nuclei

    Ken-ichiro Arita

    ECT* Workshop on Nuclear Mean Field: Symmetries and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking  (Trento, Italy)  2003.09  -  2003.09  European Center for Theoretical studies on Nuclear Physics and Related Areas

  • Semiclassical origin of shell structures in deformed, diffused well

    Ken-ichiro Arita

    INT Workshop on Nuclear Structure for the 21st Century  (Seattle, USA)  2000.10  -  2000.10  Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington

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