Professor Keisuke SHIGEMORI
“changing the world with high intensity lasers”
Our laboratory is conducting research to create ultrahigh energy density state, that is, high temperature × high density state with high intensity laser.
Its ultimate goal is fusion, but there are lots of interesting science and applications in the processes leading up to it. This ultrahigh energy density state occurs within a very short time of only nanosecond (billionth of a second), so wisdom and ingenuity are necessary for research.
While narrowing down various ideas, we hope to make use of it in energy production and manufacturing making under the belief of “changing the world with high intensity lasers”
He graduated from Rokko High School in Kobe, Hyogo.
He obtained his Ph.D. degree from the Osaka University Graduate School of Engineering. He was a postdoctoral research staff at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. After that we has been working as assistant professor, associate professor, and full professor at Osaka University.
Graduate School of Engineering,
Division of Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering.