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Prof. Katsuhiro Nakamura

Professor Nakamura retired from Osaka City University and moved to
National University of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.




Updated on February 1, 2015


1) Professor of Faculty of Physics
National University of Uzbekistan,
Vuzgorodok, Tashkent 100174, Uzbekistan.
Phone: +998(90)9958839

2) Emeritus Professor of Osaka City University

Graduate School of Engineering,

Osaka City University, Sumiyoshi-ku,Osaka 558-8585, JAPAN E-mail:    nakamura@a-phys.eng.osaka-cu.ac.jp  Phone:  +81(745)311028  FAX:  +81(745)311028 

Research Fields: Nonlinear Dynamics and Nanoscience


Publication List (click here)


Major published books:

[1] K. Nakamura

"Quantum Chaos: A New Paradigm of Nonlinear Dynamics"

(Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1993) 220 total pages.

[2] K. Nakamura

"Quantum Versus Chaos: Questions Emerging from Mesoscopic Cosmos"

(Kluwer Academic/Springer, Dordrecht, 1997) 224 total pages.

[3] K. Nakamura and T. Harayama,

"Quantum Chaos and Quantum Dots"

(Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004) 212 total pages.



Graduated from Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo in 1968;

Finished the post-graduate course at Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, receiving the degree of Doctor of Science in 1975.


Record of Occupations:

1975-80           Post-doctoral fellow at Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo and at N.H.K. Broadcasting Research Laboratories;

1980-85           Associate Professor of Physics at Fukuoka Institute of Technology;

1985-92           Professor of Physics at Fukuoka Institute of Technology;

1992-2008       Professor of Applied Physics at Osaka City University.

2008-2010      Professor at Heat Physics Department of Uzbek Academy of Sciences
Since 2008     Emeritus Professor of Osaka City University.
Since 2010     Professor of Physics at National University of Uzbekistan
             @@ (also Professor of Physics, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent).

Record of Visiting Positions:

1) July-August, 1985                Visiting Scholar at Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA;

2) July-August, 1986                Visiting Scholar at Department of Physics, University of California, Berkeley, USA;

3) July-August, 1987                Visiting Scholar at Institut fur Physik der Universitaet Basel, Switzerland;

4) April, 1988-March, 1989     Visiting Scholar at James Franck Institute, University of Chicago, USA;

5) July-August, 1994                Visiting Scholar at Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, Seattle, USA;

6) April-September, 1998        Visiting Professor at Physics Department, University of Bristol, UK. Leverhume Fellowship;

7) April-May, 2003                  Visiting Professor at Physics Department, University of Brussels, Belgium. Delivery of 10 lectures

            (http://www.ulb.ac.be/cenoliw3/knakamura.html )

8) November-December, 2010    Visiting Professor (EMMC scholar) at Department of Physics, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Organizing Committee:
1) International Symposium on "Quantum and Chaos" (Kyoto, August 1993);
2) Japan-Slovenia Joint Symposium on "Chaos through Nonlinear Dynamics" (Maribor, July 1999);
3) ATR International Workshop on "Quantum and Laser Chaos" (Kyoto, November 2000);
4) Statistical Physics-Satellite Conference on "Quantum Chaos: Theory and Application"(Cocoyoc/ Mexico, July 2001);
5) Waseda International Symposium on "New Prospect for Fundamentals of Quantum Physics " (Tokyo, November 2002);
6) International Conference on "Dynamical Chaos in Classical and Quantum Physics" (Novosibirsk, Russia, August 2003);
7) Workshop on "Quantum Mechanics and Chaos: From Fundamental Problems through Nanosciences" (Kyoto, November 2003);
8) Workshop on "Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics in Quantum-Mechanical and Macroscopic Systems " (Kyoto, December 2004);
9) JSPS International Conference on "Chaos and Quantum Mechanics" (Osaka, September 2006) (http://mns2.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/QMC2006/);
10) JSPS Japan-Slovenia Seminar on gNonlinear Scienceh (Osaka, November 2007) (http://wwwfs.acs.i.kyoto-u.ac.jp/JPSI9/index.html). 
11) Conference on "Recent Advances in the Physics of Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Systems" (Tashkent, November 2011) (http://www.lds2011.sci.uz/index.html).
12) Conference on "Low-dimensional nanoscale systems: Quantum effects, particle transport and advanced materials" (Tashkent, November 2012) (http://lds2012.sci.uz/index.html).
13) International Conference on "Nonlinear Dynamics and its Applications in Physical and Biological Sciences " (Darjeeling, India, November 2014). ( http://www.dgc.ac.in/Advertisment_modify.pdf ).