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Kohei Ueda

Kohei Ueda is a Graduate Student Researcher in the Electron Physics Group, and a doctoral candidate in Chemistry at Kyoto University, Japan. He received a B.S. in Chemistry from Ritsumeikan University and a M.S. in Chemistry from Kyoto University. His doctoral research, working with Professor Teruo Ono, is focused on current-driven magnetic domain wall motion at low temperatures. Kohei is working with Bob McMichael measuring ferromagnetic resonance of magnetic multilayers with perpendicular anisotropy.

Selected Publications:
  • Temperature dependence of carrier spin polarization determined from current-induced domain wall motion in a Co/Ni nanowire, K. Ueda, T. Koyama, R. Hiramatsu, D. Chiba, S. Fukami, H. Tanigawa, T. Suzuki, N. Ohshima, N. Ishiwata, Y. Nakatani, K. Kobayashi, and T. Ono, Applied Physics Letters 100, 202407 (2012). 
  • Current-Induced Magnetic Domain Wall Motion in Co/Ni Nanowire at Low Temperature, K. Ueda, T. Koyama, D. Chiba, K. Shimamura, H. Tanigawa, S. Fukami, T. Suzuki, N. Ohshima, N. Ishiwata, Y. Nakatani, and T. Ono, Applied Physics Express 4, 063003 (2011).
Staff Photo - K. Ueda


Graduate Student Researcher
Electron Physics Group


B.S. Chemistry – Ritsumeikan University, Japan

M.S. Chemistry – Kyoto University, Japan

Phone: 301-975-4072