Hiroaki Ishizuka

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Department of Physics
Tokyo Institute of Technology

EN / JP

Works (2020-current)

Preprints

Strongly-pinned skyrmionic bubbles and higher-order nonlinear Hall resistances at the interface of Pt/FeSi bilayer.
T. Hori, N. Kanazawa, K. Matsuura et al.,
preprint (arXiv:2311.08730).

Peltier effect of phonon driven by ac electromagnetic waves.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Masahiro Sato,
preprint (arXiv:2310.03271).

Skew scattering by magnetic monopoles and anomalous Hall effect in spin-orbit coupled systems.
Jun Mochida, Hiroaki Ishizuka,
preprint (arXiv:2211.10180).

Refereed Papers

Anomalous Hall effect by chiral spin textures in two-dimensional Luttinger model.
Ryunosuke Terasawa, Hiroaki Ishizuka,
Accepted for publication in Phys. Rev. B. (2023).

Ultrafast Umklapp-assisted electron-phonon cooling in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene.
Jake Dudley Mahew, Rafael Luque Merino, Hiroaki Ishizuka et al.,
Accepted for publication in Science Adv. (2023).

Thermal Hall effects due to topological spin fluctuations in YMnO \(_3\) .
Ha-Leem Kim, Takuma Saito, Heejun Yang et al.,
Nature Commun. 15, 243 (2024).

Spin motive force by adiabatic charge pumping in Weyl semimetals.
Akira Harada, Hiroaki Ishizuka,
Phys. Rev. B. 107, 195202 (2023).

Large photogalvanic spin current by magnetic resonance in bilayer Cr trihalides.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Masahiro Sato,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 129, 107201 (2022).

Wide-range resistivity and umklapp scattering in moire graphene.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Leonid Levitov,
New J. Phys. 24, 052001 (2022).

Quantum-critical continuum in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene.
Alexandre Jaoui, Ipsita Das, Giorgio Di Battista et al.,
Nature Phys. 18, 633 (2022).

Experimental signatures of versatile Weyl semimetal in pyrochlore iridate with spin-ice like magnetic orders.
Kentaro Ueda, Hiroaki Ishizuka, Minoru Kawamura et al.,
Phys. Rev. B. 105, L161102 (2022).

Symmetry-allowed nonlinear orbital response across the topological phase transition in centrosymmetric materials.
Margarita Davydova, Maksym Serbyn, Hiroaki Ishizuka,
Phys. Rev. B. 105, L121407 (2022).

Above-ordering-temperature large anomalous Hall effect in a triangular-lattice magnetic semiconductor.
Masaki Uchida, Shin Sato, Hiroaki Ishizuka et al.,
Science Adv. 7, eabl5381 (2021).

Purcell-like enhancement of electron-phonon interactions in long-period superlattices: linear-T resistivity and cooling power.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Ali Fahimniya, Francisco Guinea et al.,
Nano Lett. 21, 7465 (2021).

Enhanced electrical magnetochiral effect by spin-hedgehog lattice structural transition.
Aki Kitaori, Naoya Kanazawa, Hiroaki Ishizuka et al.,
Phys. Rev. B. 103, L220410 (2021).

Large anomalous Hall effect and spin Hall effect by spin-cluster scattering in the strong-coupling limit.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Naoto Nagaosa,
Phys. Rev. B. 103, 235148 (2021).

Theory of bulk photovoltaic effect in Anderson insulator.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Naoto Nagaosa,
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 118, e2023642118 (2021).

Giant anomalous Hall effect from spin-chirality scattering in a chiral magnet.
Yukako Fujishiro, Naoya Kanazawa, Ryosuke Kurihara et al.,
Nature Commun. 12, 317 (2021).

Anomalous electrical magnetochiral effect by chiral spin correlation.
Hiroaki Ishizuka, Naoto Nagaosa,
Nature Commun. 11, 2986 (2020).

Author Correction: Butterfly-shaped magnetoresistance in triangular-lattice antiferromagnet Ag \(_2\) CrO \(_2\) .
Hiroki Taniguchi, Mori Watanabe, Masashi Tokuda et al.,
Sci. Rep. 10, 5247 (2020).

Butterfly-shaped magnetoresistance in triangular-lattice antiferromagnet Ag \(_2\) CrO \(_2\) .
Hiroki Taniguchi, Mori Watanabe, Masashi Tokuda et al.,
Sci. Rep. 10, 2525 (2020).

Real space Berry curvature of itinerant electron systems with spin-orbit interaction.
Shang-Shun Zhang, Hiroaki Ishizuka, Hao Zhang et al.,
Phys. Rev. B. 101, 024420 (2020).

Proceedings

Spin-current version of solar cells in non-centrosymmetric magnetic insulators.
Masahiro Sato, Hiroaki Ishizuka,
SPIE Proc. 11470, 114700W (2020).

Lectures

Course No: PHYS.C450

This course focuses on the electronic properties of solids, especially quantum mechanical properties. Solid is a many-body system consisting of electrons and nuclei. Despite only two ingredients, the electrons in solid show rich states and physical properties. In this course, we learn basic concepts and theoretical methods to study the electronic states in solid.

Course No: XIP.P101

This course starts with the networking session of the students enrolled in the School of Science followed by two rounds with more practical experience of science through lectures or seminars in four smaller groups divided according to the Departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Sciences in the School of Science. It emphasizes the importance of self thinking, communication and discussion between students and instructors, or by students themselves. Also it provides an opportunity for students to think what is learning, and furthermore to consider their own future direction.

Course No: PHYS.E205

This course presents mathematical method of vector analysis as well as Maxwell eqautions of electromagnetic fields. The aim of this course is to understand the basics of electromagnetics through practical problems.

Course No: PHYS.C450

This course focuses on the electronic properties of solids, especially quantum mechanical properties. Solid is a many-body system consisting of electrons and nuclei. Despite only two ingredients, the electrons in solid show rich states and physical properties. In this course, we learn basic concepts and theoretical methods to study the electronic states in solid.

Course No: XIP.P101

This course starts with the networking session of the students enrolled in the School of Science followed by two rounds with more practical experience of science through lectures or seminars in four smaller groups divided according to the Departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Sciences in the School of Science. It emphasizes the importance of self thinking, communication and discussion between students and instructors, or by students themselves. Also it provides an opportunity for students to think what is learning, and furthermore to consider their own future direction.

Course No: PHYS.E205

This course presents mathematical method of vector analysis as well as Maxwell eqautions of electromagnetic fields. The aim of this course is to understand the basics of electromagnetics through practical problems.

Course No: PHYS.C450

This course focuses on the electronic properties of solids, especially quantum mechanical properties. Solid is a many-body system consisting of electrons and nuclei. Despite only two ingredients, the electrons in solid show rich states and physical properties. In this course, we learn basic concepts and theoretical methods to study the electronic states in the solid.

Course No: XIP.P101

This course starts with the networking session of the students enrolled in the School of Science followed by two rounds with more practical experience of science through lectures or seminars in four smaller groups divided according to the Departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Sciences in the School of Science. It emphasizes the importance of self thinking, communication and discussion between students and instructors, or by students themselves. Also it provides an opportunity for students to think what is learning, and furthermore to consider their own future direction.

Course No: PHYS.E205

This course presents mathematical method of vector analysis as well as Maxwell eqautions of electromagnetic fields. The aim of this course is to understand the basics of electromagnetics through practical problems.

Hiroaki Ishizuka

Department of Physics, Tokyo Institute of Technology
2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro, Tokyo, 152-8551, JAPAN

Email: ishizuka@phys.titech.ac.jp
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