TOMOKO SATO

Last Updated :2023/01/05

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Associate Professor
E-mail
tomokoshiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Science, The University of Tokyo
  • Master of Science, The University of Tokyo

Research Fields

  • Mathematical and physical sciences;Earth and planetary science;Petrology / Mineralogy / Economic geology

Research Keywords

  • Mineral physics
  • High pressure physics

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • The Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Survey of Earth and Planetary Systems Science
  2. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Exercise for Globalization I
  3. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Exercise for Globalization II
  4. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Externship for Earth and Planetary Systems Science
  5. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Integrated Seminar on Earth and Planetary Systems Science
  6. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Midterm Exercise for Earth and Planetary Systems Science

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Compression behavior of densified SiO2 glass, PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 84(14), 20111004
  2. Anomalous behavior of cristobalite in helium under high pressure, PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS, 40(1), 3-10, 201301
  3. ★, Differential strain and residual anisotropy in silica glass, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 114(10), 20130914
  4. Crystal structures and stabilities of cristobalite-helium phases at high pressures, AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 99(1), 184-189, 201401
  5. Muonium in Stishovite: Implications for the Possible Existence of Neutral Atomic Hydrogen in the Earth's Deep Mantle, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 5, 20150213
  6. Enhanced plasticity of silica glass at high pressure, PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 91(1), 20150116
  7. ★, Helium penetrates into silica glass and reduces its compressibility, Nature Communications, 2, 345, 20110614
  8. Equation of state for silicate melts: A comparison between static and shock compression, Journal of Geophysical Research, 41, 1-5, 20140115
  9. Dynamic fracture of tantalum under extreme tensile stress, SCIENCE ADVANCES, 3(6), 201706
  10. Shock Compression and Melting of an Fe-Ni-Si Alloy: Implications for the Temperature Profile of the Earth's Core and the Heat Flux Across the Core-Mantle Boundary, Journal of Geophysical Research Solid Earth, 123, 1314-1327, 2018
  11. ★, Coexistence of two states in optically homogeneous silica glass during the transformation in short-range order, PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 98(14), 20181018