The Uchida Lab is a new research group launched at Tokyo Tech in September 2020. We pursue physics of quantum transport in extremely high-quality epitaxial thin films and artificial heterostructures, by adopting molecular beam epitaxy techniques to topological and correlated materials. We are actively recruting group members - if you are interested, please see the RESEARCH page and email to Uchida. We welcome enthusiastic students and postdocs who will work together to open up the frontier of condensed matter physics. We are also looking forward to proposals for collaorative research.


May. 6, 2021

Our collaborative work studying nonlocal quantum nature of orbit motion on Fermi-arcs has been just published in Nature Communications. We also published a press release.

May. 4, 2021

Mizuki Ohno's work has been just published in APL Materials. This paper reports creation of a new antiferromagnet coupled with Dirac fermions. This has been selected for Featured Article and also featured in Scilight Magazine.

Apr. 30, 2021

Mizuki Ohno's work has been just published in Physical Review B. This paper finds two-dimensional quantum oscillations in a new magnetical topological semimetal.

Apr. 23, 2021

We gave 3 contributed talks and 2 invited talks in academic conferences this spring.

Apr. 6, 2021

Masaki Uchida received a 2021 MEXT Young Scientist's Prize.

Apr. 1, 2021

Mizuki Ohno has entered doctoral degree program, and Ren Ooshiro and Yuto Watanabe have newly joined our group as an undergraduate student.

Feb. 2, 2021

Masaki Uchida was awarded a FOREST funding program from JST.

Jan. 22, 2021

Relocation of main equipments including two molecular beam epitaxy chambers has been completed.

Jan. 13, 2021

Mizuki Ohno has joined our group as a master's degree student.

Jan. 8, 2021

Our collaborative work demonstrating significant enhancement of spin-orbit coupling in Dirac semimetal has been just published in Physical Review B.

Dec. 16, 2020

Masaki Uchida was awarded a 2020 Young Research Incentive Award in School of Science.

Sep. 29, 2020

Our collaborative work studying superconductivity in strained RuO2 films has been just published in Physical Review Letters. This has been selected for Editors’ Suggestion and also featured in Physics Magazine.



  • Mailing Address

    South Bldg. 5 #107A
    Ookayama 2-12-1, Meguro-ku,
    Tokyo 152-8551, JAPAN

  • Email

    m.uchida [*at_mark*] phys.titech.ac.jp

  • Phone