Hiroyuki Kagi, PhD

Associate Professor of Geochemistry

Contact Information

e-mail: kagi “at” eqchem.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp (Please substitute @ for “at”)

Mailing address: Geochemical Research Center (GCRC), Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Hongo, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan

Voice: +81-35841-7625

FAX: +81-35841-8367


Educational background

1988 B.Sc., Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo

1990 Master of Science, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo

1994 PhD, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo


Professional Experience

Research Associate, Institute of Material Science, University of Tsukuba (1991-1996)

Lecturer, Institute of Material Science, University of Tsukuba (1996-1997)

Visiting Scientist, State University of New York at Stony Brook (1996-1998)

Lecturer, Laboratory for Earthquake Chemistry, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo (1998-2000)

Associate Professor, Geochemical Laboratory, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo (2000-2010)

Visiting Scientist, The University of Edinburgh (2004)

Professor, Geochemical Research Center, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo (2010-present)


Professional and Synergistic Activities:

Convener and program committee member, IMA 2006, Kobe, Japan

Convener and program committee member, Goldschmidt Conference, 2003, Kurashiki, Japan

Convener and program committee member, Neutrons in Earth Science EUG special session, Vienna, April 2005.

Councilor, Geochemical Society of Japan (2004-2005)

Associate Editor, Geochemical Journal (2004-present)

Design Team leader for high-pressure beamline at J-PARC (2003-present)

Secretary, Geochemical Society of Japan (2002-2003)

Advisory Editorial Board, Journal of Raman Spectroscopy (2010-present)


Five Publications Relevant to Mineral Physics

Kagi, H., Parise, J.B., Cho, H., Rossman, G.R. and Loveday, J.S. (2000) Hydrogen bonding interactions in Phase A (Mg7Si2O8(OH)6) at ambient and high pressure, Phys. Chem. Mineral. 27, 225-233

Nagai T., Kagi H. and Yamanaka T. (2003) Compression mechanism and variation of interatomic distances in goethite at high pressure. American Mineralogist, 88, 1423-1427.

Kagi, H., Nagai, T., Wada, C., Loveday, J., Parise, J.B. (2003) Pressure-induced phase transformations of kalicinite (KHCO3) at 2.8 GPa and local structural changes around hydrogen atoms. American Mineralogist, 88, 1446-1451

Komatsu K., Kagi H., Nagai T., Kuribayashi T., Parise J.B. and Kudoh Y. (2007) Single crystal X-ray diffraction study on high-pressure phases of KHCO3. American Mineralogist, 92, 1270-1275.

Sano-Furukawa A., Kagi H., Nagai T., Nakano S., Fukura S., Ushijima D., Iizuka R., Ohtani E. and Yagi T. (2009) Change in compressiblility of δ-AlOOH and δ-AlOOD: symmetrization of hydrogen bond and isotope effect. American Mineralogist, 94, 1255-1261.

 

Five Other Recent Publications

Kagi H. and Fukura S. (2008) Infrared and Raman spectroscopic observations on Central African carbonado and the implication to its origin. European Journal of Mineralogy, 20, 387-393.

Odake S., Fukura S. and Kagi H. (2008) High precision in Raman frequency achieved using real-time calibration with neon emission line: application to 3D stress mapping observations. Applied Spectroscopy, 62, 1084-1087.

Kagi H., Odake S., Fukura S., and Zedgenizov D. (2009) Raman spectroscopic estimation of depth of diamond origin: technical developments and the application. Russian Geology and Geophysics, 50, 1183-1187.

Yoshino T., Kagi H., Kamiya N. and Kokawa R. (2010) Relation between etch-pit morphology and step retreat velocity on a calcite surface in aspartic acid solution. Journal of Crystal Growth, in press.

Arakawa M., Kagi H. and Fukazawa H. (2010) Annealing effects on hydrogen ordering in KOD-doped ice observed using neutron diffraction. Journal of Molecular Structure, in press.

 

Recent Collaborators (past 48 months)

B. Harte, J.S. Loveday, M. McMahon, R.J. Nelmes, K. Komatsu (University of Edinburgh); J.B. Parise (SUNY Stony Brook); W. Marshall, R. Smith (ISIS); T. Inoue, T. Irifune (Ehime University); Y. Kudoh, T. Kuribayashi, A. Sano, K. Litasov, E. Ohtani (Tohoku University); T. Nagai (Hokkaido University); S. Nakano, H. Kanda (NIMS); H. Tsuno, A. Ohta (AIST); J Yamamoto, T. Kawamoto (Kyoto University); M. Nara, A. Hattori (Tokyo Medical and Dental University)

 

Graduate Advisors:

A. Masuda (University of Tokyo, retired); M. Tasumi (University of Tokyo; now the president of Saitama University); H. Hamaguchi (University of Tokyo); Postdoctoral Advisors: M Wakatsuki (Tsukuba; retired), D.J. Weidner (SUNY), J.B. Parise (SUNY)


Past Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Associates* and Visiting Scientists**

Name, year, Present Position

J.I. Chung*, 2000, Research Professor, Kongju National University, South Korea

H. Tsuno, 2001, Associate Professor, Yokohama National University

T. Handa, 2002, Researcher, Sumitomo Metal Mining; PhD student at ISSP, University of Tokyo.

Y. Kawakami, 2003, Researcher, Tokyo Metropolitan Government

J. Yamamoto*, 2003, Research Associate, Kyoto University

D. Zedgenizov**, 2003, 2005, 2006, Senior Researcher, Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography, Novosibirsk, Russia

T. Okada*, 2004,  Assistant Professor, University of Tokyo

N. Kamiya, 2005, Assistant Professor, National Defense Academy in Japan

T. Mizukami*, 2005, Postdoc, Nagoya University;  Assistant Professor at Kanazawa University

A. Ragozin**, 2006, Researcher, Institute of Mineralogy and Petrography, Novosibirsk, Russia

K. Komatsu, 2006, Postdoc, CSEC, The University of Edinburgh, UK. ; Project Lecturer at Geochemical Research Center, University of Tokyo

S. Odake, 2010, Postdoc, Geochemical Research Center, University of Tokyo