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Mizuseki Hiroshi

Computational Science Center
Principal Research Scientist
L0235
02-958-5411
mizuseki@kist.re.kr
Biography 

1986.4 ~ 1990.3 : Department of Materials Science, Graduate School of engineering, Tohoku University (B. S.)

1990.4 ~ 1992.3 : Department of Materials Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University (M. S.)

1992.4 ~ 1995.3 : Department of Materials Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University (Ph. D.)

1995 ~ 2005 : Assistant Professor at Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University

2005 ~ 2013 : Associate Professor at Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University.

2013.7 ~ Present : Principal Researcher at Center for Computational Science, Korea Institute of Science and Technology.

 

Hiroshi Mizuseki joined the Korean Institute of Science and Technology, KIST in July of 2013 to study the properties of novel materials using multiscale simulation. Before joining KIST, Mizuseki served as an assistant professor and an associate professor at the Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, where, with the use of supercomputers, he studied the mechanisms of crystal growth and thin film growth processes, the transport properties of nanometer-scale systems, and the adsorption properties of hydrogen storage materials. Mizuseki's current interest is to quantitatively predict and mechanistically explain the physical phenomena of novel energy-related materials by computational materials design. Mizuseki received a Ph.D. in engineering from Tohoku University in Japan, where he studied the dynamical properties of amorphous and quasicrystals using inelastic neutron scattering.

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