CEFITEC promotes meetings on Molecular Physics with Masamitsu Hoshino


Masamitsu Hoshino, professor and researcher at Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, will be at NOVA School of Science and Technology, under the invitation of the Center for Physics and Technological Research (CEFITEC) to talk about processes in Atomic and Molecular Physics.

Proactive lecturer and researcher with over 15 years of experience teaching courses on undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Supervised 72 BA theses and 30 MA theses dissertations. Published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Masamitsu Hoshino received a Fellowship from the “Japan Society for the Promotion of Science”, is a member of the Physical Society of Japan, The Atomic Collision Society of Japan, The Japanese Society for Synchrotron Radiation Research and The forum for atomic and molecular data and their applications. His career has focused on the study of electronic structure at the atomic and molecular level, in particular in electron spectroscopy, threshold measurements, TOF Method, UVV Photoabsorption, atomic collision, plasma-related molecules, “hot” molecules, inelastic processes .

The first meeting with Masamitsu Hoshino will take place on June 28, at 2:00 pm, in the Library Auditorium, where the professor will present the seminar “Isotope effect in cross sections of NX3 molecules (X = H and D) by low energy electron impact”. The participation is free upon registration here.

On July 5, 6 and 7, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm, Masamitsu Hoshino will conduct the concise advanced course “Electron collisions with atoms and molecules, aimed at undergraduate, master and doctoral students with an interest in Physics Molecular and who intend to deepen their knowledge. Some topics to be addressed are the scattering of electrons, the potential scattering in the quantum world and the electron energy loss spectra. The participation is free upon registration here.

CEFITEC, from NOVA School of Science and Technology, develops scientific and technological research in the areas of Experimental Physics and Physical Engineering, responding to specific social challenges and contributing to the production of knowledge and advanced training of human resources.