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Assistant Professor in particle physics group, Department of physics, Osaka University

I study particle theory, especially quantum chromodynamics (QCD) using lattice gauge theory. Our body and materials in the world consist of protons and neutrons, which consist of quarks and gluons. QCD is a theory which describes the strong force dynamics of quarks and gluons. Due to its literally strong interaction, it is difficult to compute, but the difficulty itself is an attractive point of this study. I compute the dynamics of QCD using super computers, chiral perturbation theory, random matrix theory, and so on.

Contact Information

560-0043 Particle Physics Theory Group, Department of Physics, Osaka university Machikaneyama-Cho 1-1, Toyonaka 560-0043, Japan
hfukaya(at mark)het.phys.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp  


(detailed version)
1978 May Born.
2006 March Ph.D. at Kyoto University
2006 April Contract researcher at RIKEN
2007 October Nishina Research fellow (at Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark)
2008 March Young Scientist Award of Physics Society of Japan
2008 April JSPS PD fellow (at KEK)
2009 January GCOE assistant professor at Nagoya University
2010 April Assistant professor at Osaka University
2017 December Nishinomiya-Yukawa Commemoration prize