Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering

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Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering

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A quantum is the minimum amount of any physical entity described by discrete values. It is a basic and universal concept that dominates the behavior of the fundamental constituents of matter - atoms, electrons, atomic nuclei and elementary particles. Quantum theory is a relatively new area of study for which Planck formed a hypothesis in the early 20th century, and which Einstein, Bohr, Heisenberg and other scientists have further pursued.

The Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering in the Graduate School of Engineering addresses global energy and environmental problems from the fundamental and universal quantum viewpoint to find engineering solutions. We promote advanced research with a particular emphasis on the study of nuclear energy and other types of new energy; the principles of generation, measurement and use of quantum beams; advanced materials for energy use and for conservation of the environment; quantum phenomena of various smart materials; and physical properties and formation mechanisms of complex systems.

Researches

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  • Applied Nuclear Physics and Electromagnetic Instrumentation
  • Radiation Physics and Measurement
  • Nuclear Energy Systems
  • Nuclear Reactor Physics and Fusion Energy Science
  • Radiation Effects and Radiation Induced Phenomena in Condensed Matter
  • Development and Radiation-Beam Structural Studies of Functional Materials
  • Nuclear fuel cycle engineering
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Surface Physics
  • Applied Physics
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