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.


Jan. 26, 2023

Shinichi Nishihaya was selected to receive a Yoshinori Ohsumi Fund for Fundamental Research. Congratulations!

DEC. 15, 2022

Shinichi Nishihaya was selected to receive an Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists. Congratulations!

Nov. 25, 2022

Masaki Uchida was awarded the High Magnetic Field Forum Frontier Award.

Sep. 22, 2022

Ren Ooshiro and Yuto Watanabe gave a contributed talk in JSAP and Masaki Uchida gave an invited talk in APPC15 this autumn.

Aug. 24, 2022

Mizuki Ohno was awarded a Best Poster Award in the 29th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics (LT29). "Maximizing anomalous Hall effect by tuning the Fermi level in simple Weyl semimetal films" Congratulations!

Aug. 12, 2022

Our work revealing electronic structure changes in superconducting RuO2 films has been just published in Physical Review Materials. This is collaboration with MIT Comin group and BNL Pelliciari group.

May 2, 2022

Mizuki Ohno's work has been just published in Physical Review B. This paper demonstrates maximization of anomalous Hall effect by tuning Fermi level on Weyl point energy in EuCd2Sb2 films.

Apr. 1, 2022

Shinichi Nishihaya has been appointed to assistant professor. Ren Ooshiro and Yuto Watanabe have entered master's degree program, and Ayano Nakamura has newly joined our group as a master's student. Hiroyuki Ujiie and Yuta Matsuki have also joined as an undergraduate student.

Mar. 28, 2022

Ren Ooshiro and Yuto Watanabe have received a bachelor's degree.

Mar. 23, 2022

We gave 2 contributed talks and 1 invited talk in academic conferences this spring.

Feb. 23, 2022

Masaki Uchida was selected to receive the Honda Memorial Young Researcher Award.

Dec. 22, 2021

Our collaborative work discovering a triangular-lattice magnetic semiconductor with giant magnetic field response has been just published in Science Advances. We also published a press release.



  • 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