Professor Kazumasa Iida
Kazumasa Iida was appointed as a full professor at Nihon University, Japan in 2022. He received the doctor of engineering from Nagoya University in 2003. He spent the University of Cambridge from 2004 to 2007 as a postdoctoral researcher under the supervision of Prof. David A Cardwell. After spending 3.5 years in Cambridge, he joined the group led by Prof. Bernhard Holzapfel at the IFW Dresden as a senior scientist. He was appointed as an associate professor at Nagoya University in 2014, and joined Professor Ikuta’s laboratory. His research experience covers a wide range of materials, involving the fabrication of Sr-ferrite magnets, the growth of garnet films for magneto-optical imaging, and the growth of HTS and Fe-based superconducting materials in the form of bulk and thin films.
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Graduate students

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B4 Ren MASUDA cire23001(at)

Undergraduate students

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B4 Sorato ABE cisr20002(at)
B4 Shinichiro UMEMOTO cisi20023(at)
B4 Tomoki OKADA cito20038(at)
B4 Hayata KURAMOTO ciha20067(at)
B4 Hayato TAKAHASHI cihy20111(at)
B4 Keito NAITO cike20126(at)
B4 Aoto NAKANE ciao20132(at)
B4 Ryota FUKI ciri20142(at)
B4 Kouse MORINAGA ciko20161(at)
B4 Kazuto YAZAKI cika20165(at)
B4 Nagisa WAKABAYASHI cina20180(at)

Past Members