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(日本語) 2018年度 複雑系地球惑星科学(岩上直幹先生)の講義の映像をアップロードしました。

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Briefings of the Graduate Entrance Exam

 

    Briefings of the entrance exam will be held by the Department of Complexity Science and

    Engineering from 1:00 pm (JST), on Saturday, May 19th, and Saturday, June 9th.

    Please come by all means, if you are interested in our research.

    We introduce our research here.

    You can find details here.

 

New Semester

 

    Fortunately, 6 students have joined our laboratory!

    Today, we held the first meeting after the guidance of our department.

    We are looking forward to working with them!

Installment of a Small Antenna

 

     We are installing a small antenna on the roof of the building for experiment.

     This will be used in order to receive data from satellites.

     A scaffold for installing the antenna is being built now.

     We will introduce the progress of this project here from now on.

 

 

Dr. Kuwabara’s paper has been published in “Review of Scientific Instruments”.
The title is "Evaluation of hydrogen absorption cells for observations of the Planetary coronas".
Detail information is in here.

 

The results of “Hisaki” satellite was posted on “ISAS news”.

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Mr. Kuwahara (Doctral student) accepted a doctoral degree.

Mr. Kuwahara ‘s doctoral dissertation passed the examination in the Department of Complexity Science and Engineering and accepted the doctor’ s degree.

After graduation he will be a researcher of ISAS / JAXA.

Introduction of results obtained by EXCEED observation

EXCEED onboard Hisaki satellite is a telescope dedicated to planetary observations of extreme ultraviolet light.

We posted a video introducing research results obtained by analyzing EXCEED data.
(Click here for a more detailed explanation.)

 

 

 

Information on Open campus(27,28 Oct. 2017)

Date: 27th, 28th October 2017 

Time: 10:00 – 16:30

Room: 4G4 (4th Floor, Kiban-to in Kashiwa Campus)

Overview:
The sky is blue in the day while the sunset is red. This is a phenomenon not seen on other planets than the Earth. In this exhibition, we will show you the actual sky and sunset in the room. We will also show experiments on atmospheric flow. 

Admission is free. We are waiting for everyone’s visit.

A paper by Mr. Kuwabara was featured in Research Spotlights of “Eos Earth & Space Science News” (14th July).

 

Please see the article of Research Spotlights from here.

Please read Mr. Kuwabara’s paper from here.

 

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