Aiba Hirokazu

FacultyCollege of Life Design
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •  - 1989 , Kyoto University, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science
  •  - 1984 , Kyoto University, Faculty of Science

Degree

  • Doctor of Science

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Physics, Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics

Research Interests

    Theoretical Nuclear Physics

Misc

  • Analysis of the Nodal Structure for a Nonintegrable Two-Dimensionnal Quartic Oscillator
  • Fluctuation properties of the strength function associated with the giant quadrupole resonance in 208Pb
  • Nodal domain distribution for a nonintegrable two-dimensional anharmonic oscillator
  • Response function of an irregular oscillator
  • Second moment of the Husimi distribution as a measure of complexity of quantum states
  • Transition from regular to chaos from the aspect of nodal domains associated with wave functions
  • Microscopic Description of Two-Phonon States in Ru and Se Isotopes by Means of the Selfconsistent-Collective-Coordinate Method, Progress of Theoretical Physics, 84, (5) 908 - 930,   1990
  • A Microscopic Description of Two-Phonon States in Ru Isotopes by Means of the Selfconsistent-Collective-Coordinate Method, Progress of Theoretical Physics, 83, (3) 358 - 362,   1990
  • Analysis of Collective-Noncollective Couplings in a Degenerate Many j-Shell Model, Progress of Theoretical Physics, 81, (3) 690 - 705,   1989
  • A model study of the strength distribution for a collective state with a chaotic background system, Pysics Letters, 201, (4) 319 - 325,   1995
  • Fluctuation properties of strength function phenomena : A model study, Physical Review E, 56, (1, Pt.A) 119 - 130,   1997
  • Scaling analysis of the fluctuating Strength function, Physical Review C, 60,   1999
  • Response function of an irregular oscillator, Physical Review E,   2001
  • Second moment of the Husimi distribution as a measure of complexity of guantum states, Physical Review E, 65, 036205,   2002

Research Grants & Projects

  • Fluctuation of Strength Function in Non-Integrable Systems
  • Theory of Large Amplitude Collective Motion in Nuclei


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