ABE Tetsuo
ABE,  Tetsuo

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November 22, 1972 Born in GUNMA prefecture, Japan.
March 31, 1991 Graduated from Takasaki Senior High School. Club activity at school: Karate (black belt)
April 1, 1991, to March 31, 1995 Undergraduate student of Faculty of Science and Engineering, WASEDA University (in Tokyo, Japan). Club activity at university: Waseda Ensemble Guitare
March 31, 1995 Graduated from Department of Physics, Faculty of Science and Engineering, WASEDA University (in Tokyo, Japan). Theme of my graduation thesis: CP violation in Neutron Electric Dipole Moment
April 1, 1995, to March 31, 2001 Graduate student of Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo (in Tokyo, Japan),
working for ZEUS experiment at DESY (in Hamburg, Germany).
[Main Research Items]
  • Offline calibration of ZEUS Hadron-Electron Separator (consisting of approximately 10000 silicon pads)
  • Data analysis of lepton-pair production in electron-proton collisions
  • Development of an event generator: GRAPE using an automatic calculation system: GRACE (cited in more than 100 scientific papers)
  • March, 2001 Obtained a doctoral degree in science from University of Tokyo. Abstract of my doctoral thesis
    April 1, 2001, to March 31, 2003 Postdoctoral researcher of RCNS, TOHOKU University (in SENDAI city, MIYAGI prefecture, Japan),
    working for BELLE experiment at KEK (in TSUKUBA city, IBARAKI prefecture, Japan).
    [Main Research Items]
  • R&D, fabrication, and tests of the new interaction-point chamber (inner diamter: 30 mm) for the new Belle Silicon Vertex Detector
  • Development of a synchrotron-radiation alarm system based on a real beam orbit
  • April 1, 2003, to March 31, 2007 Research Associate of Accelerator Laboratory, KEK(in TSUKUBA city, IBARAKI prefecture, Japan),
    belonging to KEKB-RF / ARES-cavity group.
    [Main Research Items]
  • Development of a multipactoring-free RF high-power input coupler for high beam current storage rings
  • Application of highly-pure copper electroplating to RF cavities for SuperKEKB
  • Development of a small-size portable data acquisition system based on EPICS / NetDev, PLC, and Linux-PC
  • Development of a synchrotron-radiation alarm system based on a real beam orbit
  • April 1, 2007, to March 31, 2013 Assistant Professor of Accelerator Laboratory, KEK (in TSUKUBA city, IBARAKI prefecture, Japan),
    belonging to the KEKB-RF group.
    [Main Research Items]
  • Development of an RF accelerating structure of the new positron damping ring for SuperKEKB.
  • Development of parallel computing environment for electromagnetic simulations
  • Demonstration of the multipactoring-free RF high-power input coupler with a grooved coaxial line applied to high beam current storage rings
  • April 1, 2013 to the present Associate Professor of Accelerator Laboratory, KEK (in TSUKUBA city, IBARAKI prefecture, Japan),
    belonging to the KEKB-RF group.
    [Main Research Items]
  • Development, production, and stable operation of the RF accelerating structure (RF cavities, etc.) of the new positron damping ring for SuperKEKB
  • Development of RF electromagnetic-field simulation based on the floating random walk method
  • Development of quadrant-type X-band high-gradient accelerating structures

  • Main Research Areas
    Radio-Frequency Particle Acceleration,  Particle-Accelerator Physics,  Particle Physics,  Computer Science

    Academic Societies
    Particle Accelerator Society of Japan,  Physical Society of Japan

    Main Achievements (click here)


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    Last updated on Aug. 29, 2017 by T. Abe (tetsuo.abekek.jp)