Dr. Yuji Shimabukuro
Date of birth: Sep. 5th, 1994 Kyoto, Japan
Doctor of Engineering (Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, 2020)
Master of Engineering (Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, 2018)
Research Fellowship for Young Scientists DC2 in 2019, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Hobby: Electric guitar, traveling alone
When I was high school student (10th and 11th grades), I published two magazines about iOS jailbreak in Japan.
I worked as a lecturer of science in major clam school in japan for four years.
I skipped grade from undergraduate to master course in 2016. Moreover, I was selected as a graduate student of special doctoral degree program termed Grobal Resouce Management which is a one of the program for leading graduate schools provided by japan society for the promotion of science.
I have worked on the research about development of novel mass spectrometry collaborated with Koichi Tanaka Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, Shimadzu Corporation since 2016.
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I’m interested in job hunting including postdoc and joint research.
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Interests : High Frequency Plasma (RF and Microwave), Radical Induced Dissociation, Mass Spectrometry, H– ion source, Neutral Beam Detection and Measurement, Low Work Function Materials, etc.,
My majors are microwave plasma source (vacuum) and gas phase tandem mass spectrometry, however, my range of interest is very broad.