Our laboratory creates the innovative materials with conspicuous properties and functions through the interdisciplinary collaboration between inorganic materials, which are composed of various elements, and a wide range of different materials such as metals and organic materials. Our aims are the pursuit of scientific principles for innovative materials by uniting theories of different scientific fields, establishment of material science applicable to innovative materials based on extensive and new concepts, and contribution to the resolution of social problems including safety and environmental problems through the societal implementation of innovative materials.
Full-gap superconductivity in spin-polarised surface states of topological semimetal β-PdBi2 (Nature Communications 8, 976 (2017); DOI:10.1038/s41467-017-01209-9)Sasagawa Lab