about me

A Ph.D. student at Tohoku university (Miyagi, Japan).

A visiting scholar at UCLA (2015-2017).

Ph.D. student at Tohoku university.

Research Interest
My current interest is the formation and evolution of galaxies at redshift z ~ 0 to 3. By making use of deep data, I have studied properties of galaxies (e.g., stellar population and structure), to understand their evolution paths.
I'm currently a visiting scholar at UCLA, under the supervision of Prof. Tommaso Treu, studying galaxy properties in cluster and field environments by using GLASS and HFF data with his team members.
For more details, please click the links and the publication list below.

I'm financially supported by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan, as a JSPS fellowship.
I'm also supported by Tohoku University Institute For International Advanced Research and Education, which provides me an advanced interdisciplinarye education and financial support.


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London, UK.


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Santiago, Chile.

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