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MATSUOKA Yuki

    Faculty Division of Natural Sciences Research Group of Physics Associate Professor
Contact:
matsuokacc.nara-wu.ac.jp
Last Updated :2021/06/02

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Research Interests

  • 中性子回折 結晶成長 ESR年代測定 形状記憶合金 磁気構造相転移 マルテンサイト変態 Neutron diffraction crystal growth ESR dosimetry Shape-memory alloy Magnetic phase transition Martensitic transformation 

Research Areas

  • Natural sciences, Magnetism, superconductivity, and strongly correlated systems

Research Experience

  • Jan. 2015, Nara Women's University, Faculty Division of Natural Sciences, Associate Professor
  • Apr. 2009 Dec. - 2014, Nara Women's University, Faculty of Science, Assistant Professor
  • Apr. 2000 Mar. - 2009, Department of Physics, Nara Women's University, Assistant
  • May 1998 Mar. - 2000, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Post-Doctral Fellow
  • Jan. 2015 Mar. - 2021, Nara Women's University, 学長調査戦略室, 副室長

Education

  • - 1998, Tohoku University, 理学研究科, 物理学専攻, Japan
  • - 1998, Tohoku University, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Physics Departoment

Published Papers

  • Effect of Aging and Stress on Stability of beta Phase in Au-Cd-Ag

    Yuki Matsuoka; Mao Fujita

    Au52.5-xCd47.5Agx has a single beta phase in the composition range of x <= 41 and a wide temperature range extending to room temperature or below. Coexistence of the beta and alpha phases has been observed for 41 < x < 47, and the coexistence of the beta, alpha, and zeta phases has been observed for x >= 47, as thermal equilibrium states. We found that the alpha phase appears and coexists with the beta phase for x <= 41 in the aged alloy at room temperature. The mole fraction and the stability of the alpha phase depend on the atomic order of the beta phase. Moreover, it was found that the zeta phase is stress induced in the composition range of x <= 41. The zeta phase disappears with heat treatment to release strain, and so this zeta phase is not stable., JAPAN INST METALS, May 2016, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 57 (5), 624 - 626, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Composition dependence of the phase stability in Au-Cd-Ag martensitic alloy

    Y. Matsuoka; M. Fujita; A. Nagahara

    Au(52.5-)x-Cd-47.5-Ag-x noble metal alloy undergoes martensitic transformation and shows complex Ag dependence on transformation temperature. As Ag composition ratio increases, beta- and alpha- coexistence phase appears. The behavior of this Ag-rich region was studied. Atoms of the beta-phase arrange disorderly (A2) in this region. The transformation temperature T-0 rises drastically and the magnitude of orthorhombic distortion becomes larger in comparison with that of adjoined beta-single phase. This result suggests a correlation between the orthorhombic distortion and T0. Excessively high packing fraction of the alpha-phase, atomic disorder in the beta-phase and small volume ratio of martensite / beta-phase makes the beta-phase unstable and stimulates transformation. (C) 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd., ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2015, MATERIALS TODAY-PROCEEDINGS, 2, 573 - 576, doi;web_of_science

    International conference proceedings

  • Size effect for phase stability on Au-Cd-Ag of phase boundary composition

    Yuki Matsuoka; Keiko Suzuki; Natsuko Kudo

    Size and heat treatment effects on martensitic transformation of phase boundary composition Au52.5-xCd47.5Agx were studied. Au52.5-xCd47.5Agx has coexistent phase of beta-phase and alpha-phase of fcc structure at x > 42 at.%. The transformation temperature To decreases as Au is substituted on Ag over phase boundary. To increases by quench in both case of bulk and powder. This behavior is investigated that disordering of atoms and lattice defects make beta-phase (L2(1), B2 or bcc) unstable. Size effect was also inspected. Downsizing sample decreased the transformation temperature in beta-phase. On the contrary, the transformation temperature of the coexistent phase showed a tendency of increase. Downsizing is supposed to make difficult nucleation for martensitic transformation because of reduction of beta-phase ordered volume. Increasing of surface (disorder structure) ratio by downsizing of powder sample is estimated to make easy to transform from unstable beta-phase to martensite phase. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved., ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, Nov. 2013, JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS, 577, S521 - S524, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Neutron diffraction investigation of the metamagnetic transition in Y2Cu2O5

    B Lebech; Y Matsuoka; K Kakurai; M Motokawa

    Y2Cu2O5 shows two successive metamagnetic transitions for magnetic fields (B) parallel to the b-axis, one at B-c1 similar to 2.8 T and one at B-c2 similar or equal to 4.7 T. Above B-c2 the magnetisation gradually increases and saturates at B-S similar to 7.3 T. Generally such metamagnetic transitions are not expected in a Cu2+ spin system because of the small anisotropy and hence have never before been observed in this type of compounds. We performed neutron diffraction experiments in zero and applied fields parallel to the b-axis to shed some light on the nature of these metamagnetic transitions. An unexpected magnetic structure with tripling of the unit cell in the b-direction has been observed for applied fields of B-cl < B < B-c2. The possible magnetic structures compatible with the crystal structure symmetry have been determined by means of symmetry analysis and these results are compared to the neutron diffraction and magnetisation data., PROGRESS THEORETICAL PHYSICS PUBLICATION OFFICE, 2005, PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS SUPPLEMENT, 159 (159), 222 - 227, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Composition dependence of structure in Au52.5-x-Cd47.5-Agx shape memory alloys

    MATSUOKA Yuki; A. Nagahara; T. Suzuki

    2004, Trans. MRS-J, 29, 3025 - 3028

    International conference proceedings

  • Neutron scattering study of linear-chain Haldane compounds NDMAZ and NDMAP

    N Metoki; Y Koike; Y Matsuoka; T Kobayashi; M Yamashita

    Neutron scattering experiments were carried out for the new Haldane compounds Ni(C5H14N2)(2)N-3(ClO4) (NDMAZ) and Ni(C5H14N2)(2)N-3(PF6) (NDMAP) in the magnetic field up to 10 T in order to investigate the field-induced long-range ordering and the spin excitation. For NDMAZ. the triplet excited state (1.61, 1.76, and 3.2 meV) and field dependence of these levels were observed at Q = (000.5). From these data. the intra-chain coupling constant approximate to 4.3 meV and the anisotropic parameters D approximate to 0.76 meV and /E/ approximate to 0.038 meV were estimated. For NDMAP the gap was observed at about 0.48 and 0.64 meV at Q (000.5). By applying the field of 5 T, the first excited state shifted below the resolution less than 0.13 meV. Above the critical field H-C, the intensities of singlet-triplet excitation becomes very weak. This work is the first neutron scattering study on a Haldane system above the critical fields. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved., ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, May 2001, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS, 226, 414 - 416, web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Neutron Diffraction Study of Shape Memory Alloys

    MATSUOKA Yuki

    2001, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn, 70, 277 - 279

  • Magnetic-field-induced martensitic transformation in Ni2MnGa-based alloys

    K Inoue; K Enami; Y Yamaguchi; K Ohoyama; Y Morii; Y Matsuoka; K Inoue

    The magnetic controllability of the thermoelastic martensitic transformation. which is the origin of the shape-memory effect, has been investigated. We have carried out neutron diffraction measurements of a Heusler-type off-stoichiometric Ni2.19Mn0.81Ga alloy under the magnetic field of up to 5T using the HERMES and the TAS-2 diffractometers both installed at the JRR-3M reactor of Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI). This alloy has the martensitic transformation temperature (M-S point) of about 350 K. which coincides with the magnetic Curie temperature (T-C). It is ferromagnetic in the martensitic phase and paramagnetic in the cubic Heusler phase. By Rietveld analysis of the diffraction patterns we have confirmed that the martensitic phase and the cubic phase coexist at 350 K. We have also discovered that half of the cubic phase changes to martensitic phase under the magnetic field of 5T at this temperature. This finding indicates the possibility of controlling the martensitic transformation by means of the external magnetic field., PHYSICAL SOC JAPAN, Nov. 2000, JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN, 69 (11), 3485 - 3488, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Possibility of controlling the shape memory effect by magnetic field

    K Inoue; K Enami; M Igawa; Y Yamaguchi; K Ohoyama; Y Morii; Y Matsuoka; K Inoue

    We have made the Heusler-type Ni2MnGa-based alloys, Ni2.18Mn0.82Ga, Ni2.19Mn0.81Ga and Ni2Mn0.92Ga1.08, which have the martensitic transformation temperature coincident with the Curie temperature. The powder neutron diffraction measurements of these alloys were performed. The Rietveld analysis of the diffraction patterns showed that at least two crystal structures coexist in each martensitic phase. For Ni2.18Mn0.82Ga and Ni2.19Mn0.81Ga, the main structure is a monoclinic one with a six-layers shuffling and a small amount of orthorhombic structure distorted from the cubic Heusler one is included. For Ni2Mn0.92Ga1.08, the main structure is tetragonal whereas a small amount of other structures seem to be included. The neutron diffraction of Ni2.19Mn0.81Ga under magnetic field up to 5 T at the coincident transformation temperature of 350 K shows that the magnetic field causes the phase transformation from cubic phase to martensitic one. The result suggests the possibility of controlling the shape memory effect originating from the thermoelastic martensitic transformation, by applying the external magnetic field instead of changing the temperature., IOS PRESS, 2000, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND MECHANICS, 12 (1-2), 25 - 33, web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Growth of Y2Cu2O5 single crystals by the traveling solvent floating zone method

    Y Nishimura; Y Matsuoka; S Miyashita; H Komatsu; M Motokawa; T Nakada; G Sazaki

    Sufficiently large single crystals of Y2Cu2O5 for use in neutron diffraction experiments were successfully grown by the traveling-solvent floating zone method under an oxygen partial pressure of 40-100%. The optimum composition for growth from a high-temperature solution was determined in situ using high-temperature optical microscopy. The growth direction was parallel to the crystallographic b-axis. This crystal exhibited well-defined metamagnetic transitions. (C) 1999 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved., ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, Dec. 1999, JOURNAL OF CRYSTAL GROWTH, 207 (3), 206 - 213, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Effects of static magnetic field and hydrostatic pressure on the isothermal martensitic transformation in an Fe-Ni-Cr alloy

    T Kakeshita; Y Sato; T Saburi; K Shimizu; Y Matsuoka; K Kindo; S Endo

    The effects of static magnetic field and hydrostatic pressure on the isothermal martensitic transformation, whose nose temperature is about 143 K, in an Fe-25.0Ni-4.0Cr alloy (mass%) have been studied by examining the TTT diagrams under those external fields. The static magnetic field makes the nose temperature lower and the incubation time shorter than those under no external magnetic field, while the hydrostatic pressure makes the nose temperature higher and the incubation time longer than those under no external hydrostatic pressure. The shifts of nose temperature and incubation time increase with increasing the strength of those external fields. These results are quite similar to those of a previous Fe-Ni-Mn alloy exhibiting an isothermal martensitic transformation and are well explained by the phenomenological theory previously constructed by the present authors, which gives a unified explanation for the isothermal and athermal processes of martensitic transformations., JAPAN INST METALS, Feb. 1999, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS JIM, 40 (2), 107 - 111, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Effects of magnetic field on athermal and isothermal martensitic transformations in Fe-Ni-Cr alloys

    T Kakeshita; Y Sato; T Saburi; K Shimizu; Y Matsuoka; K Kindo

    Effects of magnetic field on the athermal martensitic transformation in an Fe-31.4Ni-0.5Cr alloy (mass%), whose M-s temperature is about 183 K, and on the isothermal one in an Fe-25.0Ni-4.0Cr alloy (mass%), whose nose temperature is about 143 K, have been examined by measuring magnetic field susceptibility and magnetization, and by observing optical microstructure, applying pulsed high magnetic fields up to 31 MA/m. The obtained results were the following: The austenitic state in the Fe-31.4Ni-0.5Cr alloy is ferromagnetic, whereas that in the Fe-25.0Ni-4.0Cr alloy is spin glass. Even in the latter alloy, martensitic transformation is induced instantaneously under pulsed magnetic fields higher than a critical one over a wide temperature range, as in the former alloy. This result suggests that the originally isothermal process of martensitic transformation changes to the athermal one under high magnetic fields. Optical microscopy showed that isothermal martensite plates of the Fe-25.0Ni-4.0Cr alloy under no magnetic field grow gradually during isothermal holding. Moreover, morphology of the magnetic field-induced martensites of both alloys was almost the same as that of thermally-induced ones, irrespective of the formation temperature. A thermodynamic calculation for the critical magnetic field vs temperature relation has been done for both the alloys by using an equation previously proposed, and the calculated relations are all in good agreement with the experimental ones in the wide temperature range examined. The present results are almost the same as those in the study previously examined on the athermal and isothermal martensitic transformations in Fe-Ni-Mn alloys under pulsed high magnetic fields., JAPAN INST METALS, Feb. 1999, MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS JIM, 40 (2), 100 - 106, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • New-type 10T Split-pair Superconductiong Magnet for Neutron Scattering

    MATSUOKA Yuki

    1999, Quantum Phenomena in Advanced Materials at High Magnetic Field Proceedings, 315 - 318

  • Metamagnetic transition in Y2Cu2O5

    Y Matsuoka; Y Nishimura; S Mitsudo; H Nojiri; H Komatsu; M Motokawa; K Kakurai; K Nakajima; Y Karasawa; N Niimura

    Neutron diffraction experiment has been performed to determine the magnetic structures in magnetic fields up to 6 T on a single crystal of Y2Cu2O5 which shows strange metamagnetic transitions at H-e1 = 3.0 T and H-c2 = 4.8 T for H parallel to b. At H = 0, the determined magnetic structure is identical with that obtained for the powder sample, but new diffraction peaks appear at completely unexpected positions between H-c1 and H-c2, which means a three-lattice period modulation along the b-axis but this structure change is mysterious from the crystallographic point of view. (C) 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved., ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, Jan. 1998, JOURNAL OF MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS, 177, 729 - 730, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Chiral critical behaviour in CsNiCl3

    M Enderle; R Schneider; Y Matsuoka; K Kakurai

    Neutron diffraction experiments have been performed on the hexagonal antiferromagnet CsNiCl3 in order to determine the critical exponent beta along the phase boundary between paramagnetic and spin-flop phase. At field strengths far above the spin-flop field our data are consistent with predictions for the n = 2 chiral universality class, beta = 0.25. Close to the spin-flop transition, where the weak Ising anisotropy present in CsNiCl3 is cancelled by the magnetic field, good agreement is achieved with the critical exponent of the n = 3 chiral universality class., ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, Jun. 1997, PHYSICA B, 234, 554 - 556, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Electron paramagnetic resonance and Mossbauer spectra of iron ions in Bizen pottery

    Y Matsuoka; M Ikeya

    Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and Mossbauer spectra of Japanese traditional Bizen pottery and its constituent clays have been measured to study the relationship between the color of pottery surface and the relevant states of iron ions (Fe3+ and Fe2+). Hyperfine signals of Mn2+, presumably in carbonates, and a broad signal at g = 2.0 similar to that of hematite (Fe2O3) were observed for good-quality clay, while a signal at g > 9 similar to that of magnetite (Fe3O4) was observed for poor-quality clay. In pottery, the apparent g-factor of g = 4.3 due to the apparent g-factor of g = 4.3 due to a large orthorhombic distortion E (S-x(2)-S-y(2)) and g = 6 due to a large axial field DSz2 were observed in addition to the broad signal around g = 2 due to oxidation of iron into Fe2O3. Subtle change of colors resulted in the change of EPR spectra. Mossbauer spectra indicated that almost all of the iron ions at the surface of pottery are strongly oxidized into Fe3+ when the pottery is fired in oxidizing atmosphere, while those inside the pottery and at the surface fired at reducing atmosphere are not strongly oxidized into Fe3+., JAPAN J APPLIED PHYSICS, Nov. 1995, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS, 34 (11), 6068 - 6072, doi;web_of_science

    Scientific journal

  • Magnetic-field-induced martensitic transformation in Ni2MnGa-based alloys (vol 69, pg 3485, 2000)

    K Inoue; K Enami; Y Yamaguchi; K Ohoyama; Y Morii; Y Matsuoka; K Inoue

    PHYSICAL SOC JAPAN, Dec. 2000, JOURNAL OF THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN, 69 (12), 4118 - 4118, web_of_science

MISC

  • Growth and characterization of single crystals of Y_2Cu_2O_5 by the TSFZ method

    NISHIMURA Y; MATSUOKA Y; MIYASHITA S; SAZAKI G; NAKADA T; KOMATSU H; MITSUDO S; MOTOKAWA M

    Liquidus composition of the Y_2Cu_2O_5 was confirmed by in-situ method under a high temperature optical microscop. With this result. Y_2Cu_2O_5 single crystals were successfully grown by the TSFZ method. This crystal showed antiferromagnetic transition below 13K and metamagnetic behavior which two magnetization steps were observed., The Japanese Association for Crystal Growth (JACG), Jul. 1998, Journal of the Japanese Association of Crystal Growth, 25 (3), doi;cinii_articles

  • High Field Magnetization of R_2Cu_2O_5(R=In,Sc)

    MATSUOKA Y.; NISHIMURA Y.; MITSUDO S.; SUGIYAMA K.; KIKUCHI M.; KOMATSU H.; MOTOKAWA H.

    The Physical Society of Japan, 1998, Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 53 (0), 468 - 468, cinii_articles;doi

  • 5a-YK-14 Neutron diffraction measurement of metamagnetism, Y_2Cu_2O_5 in high magnetic field

    Matsuoka Y; Nishimura Y; Nakajima K; Karasawa Y; Komatsu H; Kakurai K; Niimura N; Lebech B; Motokawa M

    The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), 16 Sep. 1997, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 52 (2), cinii_articles

  • 28a-PS-113 Neutron diffraction measurements of metamagnetism, Y_2Cu_2O_5 in high magnetic fields

    Matsuoka Y; Nishimura Y; Komatsu H; Motokawa H; Nakajima K; Kakurai K; Karasawa Y; Niimura N

    The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), 17 Mar. 1997, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 52 (1), cinii_articles

  • 29a-G-11 Growth of Y_2Cu_2O_5 large single crystals by the TSFZ method

    NISHIMURA Yoshihiro; MIYASHITA Satoru; KOMATSU Hiroshi; MATSUOKA Yuki; MOTOKAWA Mitsuhiro

    The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), 17 Mar. 1997, Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 52 (1), cinii_articles

  • Magnetic properties of large single crystal of Y_2Cu_2O_5

    Matsuoka Y; Nishimura Y; Mitsudo S; Nojiri H; Komatsu H; Motokawa H

    The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), 13 Sep. 1996, Abstracts of the meeting of the Physical Society of Japan. Sectional meeting, 1996 (3), cinii_articles

  • The Real Condition of the JIM Members to Have a Glimpse from “The 4th Large-Scale Survey of Actual Conditions of Gender Equality in Scientific and Technological Professions”

    Yuki Matsuoka

    Japan Institute of Metals, 01 Dec. 2020, Materia Japan, 59 (12), 648 - 653, doi;url

    Introduction scientific journal

  • 梅津理恵先生,猿橋賞受賞おめでとうございます!

    松岡由貴

    Sep. 2019, まてりあ, 58 (9), 523 - 523

    Meeting report

Books etc

  • 甘葛煎再現プロジェクト

    かもがわ出版, 2018 (ISBN: 9784780309577)

  • 女性研究者と科学技術の未来

    財団法人国際高等研究所, 2011

Presentations

  • 奈良県内3エリアの水田土壌構成鉱物の比較

    第33回ESR応用計測研究会・2016年度ルミネッセンス年代測定研究会・第41回フィッション・トラック研究会 研究発表会, 2017

  • ムギネ酸が土壌鉱物に及ぼす影響 - 奈良市尼ヶ辻地区 -

    平成27年度ESR応用計測研究会・第40回フィッション・トラック研究会・ルミネッセンス年代測定研究会 合同研究会, 2016

  • The Absorption Tendency of Mugieic Acid on Soil Mineral in Amagatsuji Area, Nara

    Yuki Matsuoka

    Asia-Pacific EPR/ESR Symposium 2016, 29 Aug. 2016, 28 Aug. 2016, 02 Sep. 2016

  • 人材を育成する分野と規模の検証方法

    日本金属学会2016年秋期大会, 2016

  • 時効効果に対する母相β相貴金属マルテンサイト合金の相の安定性

    日本金属学会2015年春期大会, 2015

  • 奈良市尼ヶ辻地区及び明日香村飛鳥地区の水田における、ムギネ酸の土壌鉱物に対する作用

    松岡由貴; 兵部真紀

    電子スピンサイエンス学会2015, 03 Nov. 2015, 02 Nov. 2015, 04 Nov. 2015

  • Composition dependence of the phase stability in Au-Cd-Ag martensitic alloy

    Yuki Matsuoka; Mao Fujita; Akiko Nagahara

    International Conference on Martensitic Transformations 2014, 07 Jul. 2014

  • Stability of β-phase at co-existence region of β- and α-phase

    K.Sakamoto; Y.Matsuoka; T.Sato; S.Orimo

    International Conference on Martensitic Transformations 2014, 07 Jul. 2014

  • 母相β相貴金属マルテンサイト合金の時効効果

    日本金属学会 2014年秋期大会, 2014

  • The decisive factor of clay quality and color of Bizen pottery

    APES-IES-SEST2014, 2014

  • Magnetic Structure of Nearly Equiatomic MnRh Alloy

    Yuki Matsuoka; Aya Takasaki

    The 19th International Conference on Magnetism, 11 Jul. 2012

  • The effect of Mugineic acid secreted by rice plant Hinohikari on soil

    Yuki Matsuoka; Chiharu Fujii

    XVIII. INQUA Congress in Bern 2011, 25 Jul. 2011

  • 進路選択に関わる要素と時期

    日本金属学会2011年度秋期大会, 2011

  • 角閃石中 Fe3+による ESR シグナルの解析

    第28回ESR応用計測研究会, 2011

  • Size effect for phase stability on Au-Cd-Ag of phase boundary composition

    Yuki Matsuoka; Keiko Suzuki; Natsuko Kudo

    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS 2011, 05 Sep. 2011

  • Crystal field analysis around Fe3+ ion in Amphibole

    Yuki Matsuoka

    第28回ESR応用計測研究会, 03 Dec. 2011

  • Research of unstabilized factors for the Au- and Ag- based noble martensitic alloy

    松岡由貴; 細田秀樹

    生体医歯工学共同研究拠点 令和2年度成果報告会, 05 Mar. 2021, 05 Mar. 2021, 05 Mar. 2021

  • 変態点を決めるのは外場か形状か ー貴金属マルテンサイト合金を例にー

    松岡由貴

    第3回ASMA webセミナー, 28 Oct. 2020, 28 Oct. 2020, 28 Oct. 2020

  • Research of unstabilized factors for the Au- and Ag-based noble martensite alloys

    松岡由貴; 枝元弥妃子; 鳥谷部綾乃; 野平直樹; 海瀬晃; 細田秀樹

    令和元年度生体医歯工学共同研究拠点成果報告会, 13 Mar. 2020, 13 Mar. 2020, 13 Mar. 2020

  • Composition dependence of the instability of the stress-induced martensite phase in Au-based alloy

    Yuki Matsuoka; Mikiko Edamoto; Ayano Toriyabe; Akira Umise; Hideki Hosoda

    The 4th International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering, 15 Nov. 2019, 14 Nov. 2019, 15 Nov. 2019

  • Physics of alcohol and Bizen-pottery

    Yuki Matsuoka; Hideki Hosoda; Masato Sone; Hiroaki Kume

    Compound Semiconductor Week, 20 May 2019, 19 May 2019, 23 May 2019

  • Au基およびAg基マルテンサイト合金の不安定化に関する研究

    松岡由貴; 枝元弥妃子; 鳥谷部綾乃; 野平直樹; 海瀬晃; 細田秀樹

    平成30年度生体医歯工学共同研究拠点成果報告会, 08 Mar. 2019, 08 Mar. 2019, 08 Mar. 2019

  • Instability of beta-phase in Au-based martensitic alloy

    Yuki Matsuoka; Ayano Toriyabe; Naoki Nohira; Masaya Iwasaki; Akira Umise; Hideki Hosoda

    The 3rd International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering, 09 Nov. 2018, 08 Nov. 2018, 09 Nov. 2018

  • Transformation system and stability of stress-induced phases in Au-Cd-Ag martensitic alloy

    Yuki Matsuoka; Ayano Toriyabe; Naoki Nohira; Masaya Iwasaki; Akira Umise; Hideki Hosoda

    THERMEC '2018, 11 Jul. 2018, 08 Jul. 2018, 13 Jul. 2018

  • Stress-induced phase of Au-47.5at.%Cd-x at.%Ag martensitic alloy

    Yuki Matsuoka; Ayano Toriyabe; Masaya Iwasaki; Akira Umise; Hideki Hosoda

    平成29年度生体医歯工学共同研究拠点成果報告会, 09 Mar. 2018, 09 Mar. 2018, 09 Mar. 2018

  • High Field Magnetization of R_2Cu_2O_5(R=In,Sc)

    MATSUOKA Y.; NISHIMURA Y.; MITSUDO S.; SUGIYAMA K.; KIKUCHI M.; KOMATSU H.; MOTOKAWA H.

    Meeting Abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 1998, 1998, 1998, The Physical Society of Japan, doi;url

  • 5a-YK-14 Neutron diffraction measurement of metamagnetism, Y_2Cu_2O_5 in high magnetic field

    Matsuoka Y; Nishimura Y; Nakajima K; Karasawa Y; Komatsu H; Kakurai K; Niimura N; Lebech B; Motokawa M

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 16 Sep. 1997, 16 Sep. 1997, 16 Sep. 1997, The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), url

  • 29a-G-11 Growth of Y_2Cu_2O_5 large single crystals by the TSFZ method

    NISHIMURA Yoshihiro; MIYASHITA Satoru; KOMATSU Hiroshi; MATSUOKA Yuki; MOTOKAWA Mitsuhiro

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 17 Mar. 1997, 17 Mar. 1997, 17 Mar. 1997, The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), url

  • 28a-PS-113 Neutron diffraction measurements of metamagnetism, Y_2Cu_2O_5 in high magnetic fields

    Matsuoka Y; Nishimura Y; Komatsu H; Motokawa H; Nakajima K; Kakurai K; Karasawa Y; Niimura N

    Meeting abstracts of the Physical Society of Japan, 17 Mar. 1997, 17 Mar. 1997, 17 Mar. 1997, The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), url

  • Magnetic properties of large single crystal of Y_2Cu_2O_5

    Matsuoka Y; Nishimura Y; Mitsudo S; Nojiri H; Komatsu H; Motokawa H

    Abstracts of the meeting of the Physical Society of Japan. Sectional meeting, 13 Sep. 1996, 13 Sep. 1996, 13 Sep. 1996, The Physical Society of Japan (JPS), url

Teaching Experience

  • Expansion of mathematics and physics (Nara Women's University)

  • Introduction to solid state physics (Nara Women's University)

  • Magnetism II (B) (Nara Women's University)

  • Magnetism I (A) (Nara Women's University)

  • Advanced experiment of physics 2 (Nara Women's University)

  • Advanced experiment of physics 1 (Nara Women's University)

  • Practice of dynamics (Nara Women's University)

Association Memberships

  • ESR応用計測研究会

  • The Japanese Society for Neutron Science

  • The Japan Institute of Metals

  • The Physical Society of Japan

  • Science council of Japan

Academic Contribution

  • 博士のキャリアデザイン, Competition etc, 文部科学省 科学技術・学術政策研究所、奈良女子大学, 29 Jan. 2019, 29 Jan. 2019

Others

  • 一般社団法人 関西科学塾コンソーシアム, Nov. 2017, 9999, 理事


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