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Assistant Professor HAMADA, Maki

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Geosciences and civil Engineering,Institute of Science and Engineering

College and School Educational Field

Division of Natural Sciences, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Course in Earth and Planetary Science, School of Geosciences and Civil Engineering, College of Science and Engineering


 TEL:076-264-6526 FAX:076-264-6545

Academic Background

【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Shimane University 200703
Doctor of Science


Tohoku University(2012/04/01-2013/07/31)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

Mineralogical Society of America



Petrology/Mineralogy/Economic geology

Speciality Keywords

Mineralogy, high pressure mineralogy, ore mineralogy, descriptive mineralogy, crystallography, Mossbauer spectroscopy

Research Themes

The relationship between ionic substitution and crystal structure of feldspathoid minerals, especially its incommensurate structure.

The relationship between ionic substitution and structural change of akermanite-gehlenite solid solution system.

The relationship between crystal structure of nepheline and generation condition.

The cray minerals in soil in Toujinbou, Fukui, and its relation to widespread death of black pine trees.

Formation of ore deposits in Hokuriki district.



  •  Chromian pumpellyite and associated chromian minerals from Sangun metamorphic rocks, Osayama, southwest Japan. Shizue Seto(Sakamoto), Masahide Akasaka, Akira Takasu Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 103 390-399 2008/10
  •  Crystal chemistry of chromian pumpellyite from Osayama, Okayama Prefecture, Japan. Masahide Akasaka, Shizue Seto, Kuniaki Makino AMERICAN MINERALOGIST 95 1294-1304 2010/10
  •  Sr-Na-bearing åkermanite and nepheline in nephelinite from Nagahama, Hamada, Shimane Prefecture, Southwest Japan. Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 106 187-194 2011/12
  •  Distribution of cations at two tetrahedral sites in Ca2MgSi2O7-Ca2Fe3+AlSiO7 series synthetic melilite and its relation to incommensurate structure. Masahide Akasaka PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS 40 259-270 2013/02
  •  Magnetic and spin transitions in wüstite; A synchrotron Mössbauer spectroscopic study Maki Hamada, Seiji Kamada, Eiji Ohtani, Takaya Mitsui, Ryo Masuda, Tatsuya Sakamaki, Nanami Suzuki, Fumiya Maeda, and Masahide Akasaka Physical Review B 93 133165 2016/02

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  •  Electronic properties and compressional behavior of Fe–Si alloys at high pressure Seiji Kamada, Nanami Suzuki, Fumiya Maeda, Naohisa Hirao, Maki Hamada, Eiji Ohtani, Ryo Masuda, Takaya Mitsui, Yasuo Ohishi, and Satoshi Nakano American Mineralogist 103 1959-1965 2018
  •  Crystal chemistry of K-rich nepheline in nephelinite from Hamada, Shimane Prefecture, Japan. Maki Hamada, Masahide Akasaka, Hiroaki Ohfuji Mineralogical Magazine 2018/07/02
  •  Distribution of Cr3+ between octahedral and tetrahedral sites in synthetic blue and green (CaMgSi2O6)95(CaCrAlSiO6)5-diopsides Masahide Akasaka, Yohei Takasu, Makoto Handa, Mariko Nagashima, Maki Hamada and Terumi Ejima Mineralogical Magazine 2019/02/12
  •  Synchrotron Mössbauer spectroscopic and x-ray diffraction study of ferropericlase in the high-pressure range of the lower mantle region Maki Hamada, Seiji Kamada, Eiji Ohtani, Tatsuya Sakamaki, Takaya Mitsui, Ryo Masuda, Naohisa Hirao, Yasuo Ohishi, Masahide Akasaka Physical review B 103 174108 2021/05/12
  •  Wüstite (Fe1-xO) - Thermodynamics and crystal growth Maki Hamada, Steffen Ganschow, Detlef Klimm, Hans Josef Reichmann and Matthias Bickermann Zeitschrift für Naturforscher 2022/05/25
  •  Mineralogy, chronology and formation process of the epithermal gold-silver vein deposits in the historical Togi mine, Noto Peninsula, Japan. Maki Hamada, Wataru Kobayashi, Yoshihiro Hiramatsu and Noriko Hasebe Resource Geology 72 1 2022/06/21
  •  Crystallisation of Ca-bearing nepheline in basanites from kajishiyama of Tsuyama basin, Southwest Japan Keiya Yoneoka, Maki Hamada, Shoji Arai Mineralogical Magazine なし なし 1-14 2023

Conference Presentations

  • Merohedral twin and incommensurate structure in nepheline from Hamada, Shimane Prefecture, Japan(conference:Goldschmidt 2015)(2015/08/16)
  • Crystal chemistry of K-rich nepheline in nephelinite from Hamada, Shimane Prefecture, Japan.(conference:IMA2018)(2018/08/12)
  • Occurrence of gold and silver minerals in Togi mine, Shika town, Hakui, Ishikawa Prefecture(2018/09/11)
  • Chronological study on Togi mine, Shika town, Hakui gun, Ishikawa Prefecture(conference:JpGU2023)(2023/05/25)
  • Synthesis and validation of zircon for detection of alpha recoil tracks(conference:JAMS2023)(2023/09/13)


Arts and Fieldwork


Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

Competitive research funding,Contribution

○Improvement of Fe3+ determination method for elucidating material cycles in the mantle and crust.(2023-2024)

Collaborative research,Consignment study

Classes (Bachelors)

○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2017)
○Freshman Seminar I(2017)
○Experiments in Fundamental Physics(2017)
○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2017)
○Seminar on Earth Science 1(1)(2017)
○Seminar on Earth Science 2(2)(2017)
○Guide to Biology and Earth Sciences(2017)
○Geometrical Experiments(2017)
○Seminar on Earth Science 1(2)(2017)
○Mineralogical and Crystallographical Experiments(2017)
○Applied Geomaterial Experiments(2017)
○Seminar on Earth Science 2(1)(2017)
○Geometrical Experiments(2016)
○Guide to Biology and Earth Sciences(2016)
○Seminar on Earth Science 1(1)(2016)
○Seminar on Earth Science 2(1)(2016)
○Seminar on Earth Science 2(2)(2016)
○Seminar on Earth Science 1(2)(2016)
○Applied Geomaterial Experiments(2016)
○Mineralogical and Crystallographical Experiments(2016)
○Experiments in Fundamental Physics(2016)
○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2016)
○Freshman Seminar I(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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