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Keisuke Sato

Name Keisuke Sato
Position Associate Professor
Degree(s) Ph.D.
Main Subjects Electromagnetics and Practice I, II
Presentation Using Computer
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Literacy
Fundamental Laboratory on Electrical and Electronic Engineering I
Keisuke Sato
Specialty Semiconducting Electronic Materials
Field of Research Applications to sensor, light emitting device and solar cell using nanostructured materials
Academic Society The Japan Society of Applied Physics
The illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan
Short Curriculum Vitae March 31, 1996 Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Electronics, Faculty of Engineering, Tokai University
March 31, 1998 Master of Engineering, Department of Electronics, Faculty of Engineering, Tokai University
March 31, 2001 Doctor of Engineering, Department of Electronics, Faculty of Engineering, Tokai University
April 1, 2001 Part-time Lecturer, Kanagawa Institute of Technology
October 1, 2002 Part-time Lecturer, Tokai University
April 1, 2003 Assistant Professor, Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Denki University
May 1, 2007 NIMS Postdoctoral Researcher, Ion Beam Group, Quantum Beam Center, National Institute for Materials Science
July 1, 2008 MANA Research Associate, World Premier International Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science
April 1, 2010 Research Fellow, Department of Physics, University of Bologna
May 1, 2012 NIMS Postdoctoral Researcher, Nanostructured Semiconducting Materials Group, World Premier International Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science
April 1, 2013 Assistant Professor A, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, School of Engineering, Tokyo Denki University
October 1, 2016 Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, School of Engineering, Tokyo Denki University
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Selected Papers

  • K. Sato, S. Kitazawa and K. Hirakuri: Developing luminous silicon nanoparticles produced in simple devices, Convertech and e-Print, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 18–23, 2014.
  • K. Sato, M. Dutta and N. Fukata: Inorganic/organic hybrid solar cells:Optimal carrier transport in vertically-aligned silicon nanowire arrays, Nanoscale, vol. 6, issue 11, pp. 6092–6101, 2014.
  • K. Sato, A. Castaldini, N. Fukata and A. Cavallini: Electronic level scheme in boron- and phosphorus-doped silicon nanowires, Nano Letters, vol. 12, issue 6, pp. 3012–3017, 2012.
  • K. Sato, S. Yokosuka, Y. Takigami, K. Hirakuri, K. Fujioka, Y. Manome, H. Sukegawa, H. Iwai and N. Fukata: Size-tunable silicon/iron oxide hybrid nanoparticles with fluorescence, superparamagnetism, and biocompatibility, Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 133, issue 46, pp. 18626–18633, 2011.
  • K. Sato, N. Fukata, K. Hirakuri, M. Murakami, T. Shimizu and Y. Yamauchi: Flexible and transparent silicon nanoparticle/polymer composites with stable luminescence, Chemistry-An Asian Journal, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 50–55, 2010.

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