Web page of Takehito Yokoyama

Papers
Proceedings
Reviews
Preprints in arXiv (coarse search)
Master thesis (February 2006, in Japanese, 11.7MB)
PhD thesis (December 2007, in English, 2.5MB)
Invited talks
Memorandums
Research highlight
ResearcherID
Google Scholar Citations
Photos@Maryland, March 2008, @Oslo, May 2008, @Rhodes, September 2009, @Los Angeles, February 2012, @Berkeley, February 2012, @Coma-ruga, July 2012, @HongKong, December 2012, @Los Angeles, February 2013, @Coma-ruga, July 2013, @Los Angeles, February 2014, @Taiwan, Decenber 2014 , @Los Angeles, February 2015, @Boston, February 2015, @Uzbekistan, May 2015, @Qingdao, June 2015, @HongKong, June 2015, @HongKong, February 2016, @Urbana, March 2016, @Princeton, March 2016, @Switzerland, May 2016, @Urbana, November 2016, @Boston, February 2017, @Los Angeles, March 2017, @Mainz, September 2017, @Boston, February 2018

CV
2000- 2004 Undergraduate student at Department of Applied Physics, Nagoya University, Japan
2004- 2006 Graduate student at Department of Applied Physics, Nagoya University, Japan
2006- 2008 Ph. D. student at Department of Applied Physics, Nagoya University, Japan
2006- 2009 Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science@Nagoya University
2009- 2010 Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science@University of Tokyo
Since 2010 Assistant professor@Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2012- 2013 Member of the steering committee of the Physical Society of Japan (area 4)

Awards
Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan (2011)
東京工業大学理学系若手研究奨励賞 (2015)
科学技術分野の文部科学大臣表彰若手科学者賞 (2017)

Teaching
2010-2015, 2017 Mathematical physics I (Notes on Geometry, conformal invariance, and complex analysis, Polar representation of a matrix, Fourier and Laplace transforms and complex analysis, Fluid mechanics, topology, and complex analysis, Residue at infinity, Complex dynamics)
2010, 2018 Electromagnetics
2018 Electromagnetics III
2011- Mathematical physics II (Notes on Elliptic integrals, Some formulae, Partial differential equations, Hankel transform, Derivation of Laplacian in 3D polar coordinate)
2014-2017 Quantum mechanics II