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Masahiro Haze

Masahiro Haze

PD Researcher, Department of Physics, Kyoto University

host researcher:
A01 Yuji Matsuda
2016/10/1-2017/01/31(Topo-Q PD)
2017/04/01-2018/03/31(Topo-Q PD)
2018/04/01-2018/12/21(Topo-Q PD)

E-mail : haze.masahiro.2x[at]


Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), which can local reveal electronic structure in atomic scales, was once one of the techniques for surface science. However, it has been developing in recent years and applied for a variety of materials in condensed matter physics, such as magnetic, superconducting, and topological materials.

In my Ph.D. course, I studied local magnetic structures of chiral magnetic structures, e.g., magnetic skyrmions and spin spirals, at interfaces between magnetic thin films and nonmagnetic substrates using STM.

Since October 2016, I have studied heavy fermion superconductor CeCoIn5 thin films grown by molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) using the combined system of MBE and STM, in order to detect various exotic phenomena, such as Majorana fermion, predicted in CeCoIn5 thin films.

I’d like to work on research by making use of my experience of STM. Also, I’d like to contribute an international collaboration as a Topo-Q PD.


B.S. in Osaka University
M.S. in Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University
Ph.D. in School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo


daiken medical co.,ltd.
2016 -Present
PD Researcher, Department of Physics, Kyoto University


"In Situ STM Observation of Nonmagnetic Impurity Effect in MBE-grown CeCoIn5 Films"
Masahiro Haze, Yohei Torii, Robert Peters, Shigeru Kasahara, Yuichi Kasahara, Takasada Shibauchi, Takahito Terashima and Yuji Matsuda,
Jounal of Physical Society of Japan 87, 034702-1-6 (Feb. 2018).

"Experimental verifcation of the rotational type of chiral spin spiral structures by spin-polarized scanning tunneling microscopy"
Masahiro Haze, Yasuo Yoshida and Yukio Hasegawa,
Scientific Reports 7, 13269-1-5 (Oct. 2017).
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-13329-9

"Role of the substrate in the formation of chiral magnetic structures driven by the interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction"
Masahiro Haze, Yasuo Yoshida and Yukio Hasegawa,
Physical Review B 95, 060415(R)-1-5 (Feb. 2017).
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.95.060415