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last modified:2020/04/10

Assistant Professor MIYAZAWA Keisuke

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Faculty, Affiliation

 WPI Nano Life Science Institute
Assistant Professor

College and School Educational Field

Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
School of Frontier Engineering, College of Science and Engineering


Nano-scale measurement and engineering laboratory TEL:076-234-4578 FAX:076-234-4569

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Kanazawa University Doctor College of Science and Engineering Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 201809 Completed
Kanazawa University Master College of Science and Engineering Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 201603 Completed
【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Kanazawa University Division of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 201403
Ph. D. Engineering


Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellow (DC1)(2016/04/01-2018/09/30)
Kanazawa University Nano-LSI Postdoctoral Researcher(2018/10/01-2019/03/31)
Kanazawa University Faculty of Frontier Engineering, Institute of Science and Engineering  Assistant Professor(2019/04/01-)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

The Japan Society of Applied Physics
The Japan Society of Vacuum and Surface Science
The Biophysical Society of Japan


○Award of Kanazawa University(2016/03)
○Award of JSAP(2017/03)
○Award of JSVSS(2018/05)


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Research Themes



  •  Variations in Atomic-Scale Step Edge Structures and Dynamics of Dissolving Calcite in Water Revealed by High-Speed Frequency Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy Kazuki Miyata, Yuta Kawagoe, John Tracey, Keisuke Miyazawa, Adam S. Foster, Takeshi Fukuma J. Phys. Chem. C 123 32 19786 2019/07
  •  Hydration Layer Structure of Biofouling- Resistant Nanoparticles P. J. Molino, D. Yang, M. Penna, K. Miyazawa, B. R. Knowles, S. MacLaughlin, T. Fukuma, I. Yarovsky and M. J. Higgins ACS NANO 12 11 11610 2018/10
  •  Direct comparison between subnanometer hydration structures on hydrophilicand hydrophobic surfaces via three-dimensional scanning force microscopy CW. Yang, K. Miyazawa, T. Fukuma, K. Miyata, IS. Hwang PCCP 20 32 23522 2018/08
  •  Visualizing charges accumulated in an electric double layer by three-dimensionalopen-loop electric potential microscopy K. Hirata, T. Kitagawa,K. Miyazawa, T. Okamoto, A. Fukunaga, C. Takatoh, T. Fukuma Nanoscale 10 30 14736 2018/07
  •  High-veracity functional imaging in scanning probe microscopy via Graph-Bootstrapping Keisuke MiyazawaX. Li, L. Collins, K. Miyazawa, T. Fukuma, S. Jesse, S. V. Kalinin Nature Communications 9 2428 2018/06

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  •  Morphology and Physical Properties of Hydrophilic-Polymer-Modified Lipidsin Supported Lipid Bilayers Y. Kakimoto, Y. Tachihara, Y. Okamoto, K. Miyazawa, T. Fukuma, R. Tero Langmuir 34 24 7201 2018/05
  •  Self-Assembling Supramolecular Nanostructures Constructed from de NovoExtender Protein Nanobuilding Blocks N. Kobayashi, K. Inano, K. Sasahara, T. Sato, K. Miyazawa, T. Fukuma, M.H. Hecht, C. Song, K. Murata, R. Arai ACS Synth. Biol. 7 5 1381 2018/04
  •  Dissolution Processes at Step Edges of Calcite in Water Investigated byHigh-Speed Frequency Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy and Simulation K. Miyata, J. Tracey, K. Miyazawa, V. Haapasilta, P. Spijker, Y. Kawagoe,A. S. Foster, K. Tsukamoto, T. Fukuma Nano Letters 17 7 4083 2017/06
  •  Influence of ions on two-dimensional and three-dimensional atomic forcemicroscopy at fluorite?water interfaces K. Miyazawa, M. Watkins, A. L. Shluger, T. Fukuma Nanotechnology 28 24 245701 2017/05
  •  Understanding 2D atomic resolution imaging of the calcite surface in waterby frequency modulation atomic force microscopy J. Tracey, K. Miyazawa, P. Spijker, K. Miyata, B. Reischl, F. F. Canova, A. L. Rohl, T. Fukuma, A. S. Foster Nanotechnology 27 41 415709 2016/09
  •  A relationship between three-dimensional surface hydration structuresand force distribution measured by atomic force microscopy K. Miyazawa, N. Kobayashi, M. Watkins, A. L. Shluger, K. Amano. T. Fukuma Nanoscale 8 7334 2016/03
  •  Number density distribution of solvent molecules on a substrate: a transformtheory for atomic force microscopy K. Amano, Y. Liang, K. Miyazawa, K. Kobayashi, K. Hashimoto, K. Fukami, N. Nishi, T. Sakka, H. Onishi, T. Fukuma Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 23 15534 2016/03
  •  Mechanism of atomic force microscopy imaging of three-dimensional hydrationstructures at a solid-liquid interface T. Fukuma, B. Reischl, N. Kobayashi, P. Spijker, F. F. Canova, K. Miyazawa, A. S. Foster Phys. Rev. B 92 155412 2015/10
  •  Improvements in fundamental performance of liquid-environment atomic forcemicroscopy with true atomic resolution K. Miyata, K. Miyazawa, S. M. R. Akrami, T. Fukuma Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 54 8S2 08LA03 2015/07
  •  Fabrication of electron beam deposited tip for atomic-scale atomic forcemicroscopy in liquid K. Miyazawa, H. Izumi, T. Watanabe-Nakayama, H. Asakawa, T. Fukuma Nanotechnology 26 105707 2015/02
  •  High‐Resolution Electrochemical Mapping of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction on Transition‐Metal Dichalcogenide Nanosheets Yasufumi Takahashi, Yu Kobayashi, Ziqian Wang, Yoshikazu Ito, Masato Ota, Hiroki Ida, Akichika Kumatani, Keisuke Miyazawa, Takeshi Fujita, Hitoshi Shiku, Yuri E. Korchev, Yasumitsu Miyata, Takeshi Fukuma, Mingwei Chen, Tomokazu Matsue Angewandte 59 1 3601 2019/11

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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research


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