Role at ANSTO
Dr. Shin-ichiro Yano joined NSRRC and is stationed at ANSTO, Sydney, Australia as of November 2014. He is 1st responsible of the cold-neutron triple-axis spectrometer SIKA
and helps users to pursuit their neutron and materials science. He has been studying magnetic materials by using pair distribution function analysis (PDF) method, neutron inelastic scattering techniques, and neutron elastic scattering techniques with wide range of neutron spectrometers.
2005 B.S. Department of Physics, Aoyama-Gakuin University, Japan
2007 M.S. Department of Physics, Aoyama-Gakuin University, Japan
2011 Ph.D in Science, Aoyama-Gakuin University, Japan
2012 to 2014, Research Associate, University of Virginia, USA
2014 to 2017, Triple-axis spectrometer instrument scientist of NSRRC, Taiwan stationed at ANSTO, Sydney, Australia.
2018 to Present, 1st responsible of the cold triple axis spectrometer SIKA at ANSTO, Sydney, Australia.
2008-2012 Center of Advanced Technology (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) Research Assistant
2010-2011 DAQ (Data Acquisition) system and software environment at HRC (High Resolution Chopper) at J-PARC
10 years' experience of inelastic and elastic neutron scattering experiment by using Chopper spectrometer, Triple axis spectrometer, 4 circle neutron diffractometer, and powder diffractometer.
Sample preparation for single crystal and powder polycrystalline sample
Development of Chopper Spectrometer (HRC-High Resolution Chopper) at J-PARC
The neutron Pair distribution function (PDF) analysis studies under Prof. Despina Louca at Univ. of Virginia.
Instrument scientist for cold triple axis spectrometer on SIKA for more than 3 years.
Study on magnetic excitation in frustrated material
Study on magnetism and superconductivity
Solving complex magnetic structures of material
The Physical Society of Japan
The Japanese Society for Neutron Science
American Physical Society
Neutron scattering society of America