Welcome to Prof. Amemiya's Group (Applied Superconductivity Laboratory)

The benefits of superconductors are current transport with extremely small energy dissipation and generation of high magnetic fields. These benefits can lead to the innovation in various fields in electrical engineering.
From the viewpoint of science, the main research interests of our group are the understanding of electromagnetic phenomena in superconductors.
Based on the understanding, we aim to apply superconductivity to various devices and systems in medical, energy, science, and other areas.


New members joined our group.
Ning Wang made a poster presentation, Prof. Amemiya gave an invited talk at the 10th Asian Conference on Applied Superconductivity and Cryogenics.
Xijie Luo and Masahiro Yasunaga made presentations at the 32nd International Symposium on Superconductivity.
Xijie Luo made an oral presentation in 18th Young Scientists Lecture on Cryogenic and Superconductivity, and he won the Young Scientist Encouragement Prize of Cryogenic and Superconductivity.
Prof. Amemiya and Dr. Sogabe attended Joint KU - VUW Workshop 2019 - Science, Engineering and Applications of Electric and Electronic Materials -. Prof. Amemiya and Dr. Sogabe made an oral presentation, respectively.
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