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Takeshi KAWASAKI

Ph.D.

Lecturer, Department of Physics, Nagoya University (Japan)

Email: kawasaki"at"r.phys.nagoya-u.ac.jp (Please replace "at" to @)

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Original Papers


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  1. Shear jamming and shear melting in mechanically trained frictionless particles,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Kunimasa Miyazaki,
    arXiv:2003.10716.

  2. Acoustic resonance in periodically sheared glass: Damping due to plastic events,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Akira Onuki,
    Soft Matter, (published online) (2020)
    arXiv:1708.03166.

  3. Active microrheology of a bulk metallic glass,
    Ji Woong Yu, S. H. E. Rahbari, Takeshi Kawasaki, Hyunggyu Park, Won Bo Lee,
    Science Advances 6, eaba8766 (2020).
    arXiv:2001.01392.

  4. Glass stability changes the nature of yielding under oscillatory shear,
    Wei-Ting Yeh, Misaki Ozawa, Kunimasa Miyazaki, Takeshi Kawasaki, Ludovic Berthier,
    Physical Review Letters 124, 225502 (2020).
    arXiv:1911.12951.

  5. Critical scaling of diffusion coefficients and size of rigid clusters of soft athermal particles under shear,
    Kuniyasu Saitoh and Takeshi Kawasaki,
    Frontiers in Physics 8, 99 (2020)
    arXiv:1912.11690.

  6. Universal relaxation dynamics of sphere packings below jamming,
    Atsushi Ikeda, Takeshi Kawasaki, Ludovic Berthier, Kuniyasu Saitoh, and Takahiro Hatano,
    Physical Review Letters 124, 058001 (2020)
    arXiv:1904.07359.

  7. Local density fluctuation governs the divergence of viscosity underlying elastic and hydrodynamic anomalies in a 2D glass-forming liquid,
    Hayato Shiba, Takeshi Kawasaki, and Kang Kim,
    Physical Review Letters 123, 265501 (2019)
    arXiv:1905.05458.

  8. Glassy dynamics of a model of bacterial cytoplasm with metabolic activities,
    Norihiro Oyama, Takeshi Kawasaki, Hideyuki Mizuno, and Atsushi Ikeda,
    Physical Review Research 1, 032038(R) (2019)
    arXiv:1904.09052.

  9. Classification of the reversible-irreversible transitions in particle trajectories across the jamming transition point,
    Kentaro Nagasawa, Kunimasa Miyazaki, and Takeshi Kawasaki,
    Soft Matter 15, 7557 (2019).
    arXiv:1907.08383.

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  11. Classification of mobile- and immobile-molecule timescales for the Stokes-Einstein and Stokes-Einstein-Debye relations in supercooled water ,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Kang Kim,
    Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2019 , 084004 (2019).
    arXiv:1901.03011.

  12. Spurious violation of the Stokes-Einstein-Debye relation in supercooled water,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Kang Kim,
    Scientific Reports 9 8118 (2019).
    arXiv:1811.00373.

  13. Theory of applying shear strains from boundary walls: linear response in glasses,
    Akira Onuki and Takeshi Kawasaki,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics 150, 124504 (2019).
    arXiv:1812.10010.

  14. Slow dynamics coupled with cluster formation in ultrasoft-potential glasses,
    Ryoji Miyazaki, Takeshi Kawasaki, and Kunimasa Miyazaki,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics 150 , 074503 (2019).
    arXiv:1812.08919.

  15. Prediction and classification in equation-free collective motion dynamics,
    Keisuke Fujii, Takeshi Kawasaki, Yuki Inaba, and Yoshinobu Kawahara,
    PLOS Computational Biology 14, e1006545(2018).

  16. Discontinuous shear-thickening in Brownian suspensions,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Ludovic Berthier,
    Physical Review E 98, 012609 (2018).
    arXiv:1804.06800.

  17. Selected as "Kaleidoscope" and used in 2019's APS calendar.
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  18. Isolating long-wavelength fluctuation from structural relaxation in two-dimensional glass: cage-relative displacement,
    Hayato Shiba, Peter Keim, Takeshi Kawasaki
    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 30, 094004 (2018)

  19. Identification of time-scales that support violation or preservation of Stokes-Einstein relation in supercooled water,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Kang Kim,
    Science Advances 3, e1700399 (2017)
    arXiv:1701.06028.
    Press release (in Japanese):
    Osaka University
    Nagoya University

  20. Excitation of vibrational soft modes in disordered systems using active oscillation,
    Elsen Tjhung and Takeshi Kawasaki (corresp.),
    Soft Matter 13, 111-118 (2017).
    arXiv:1605.06809.
    (Invited to the issue "Soft Matter Emerging Investigators 2017").

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  22. Unveiling Dimensionality Dependence of Glassy Dynamics: 2D Infinite Fluctuation Eclipses Inherent Structural Relaxation,
    Hayato Shiba, Yasunori Yamada,Takeshi Kawasaki, and Kang Kim,
    Physical Review Letters 117, 245701 (2016).
    arXiv:1510.02546.

    Press release (in English).
    Press release (in Japansese).

  23. Cluster Glass Transition of Ultrasoft-Potential Fluids at High Density,
    Ryoji Miyazaki, Takeshi Kawasaki, and Kunimasa Miyazaki,
    Physical Review Letters 117, 165701 (2016).
    arXiv:1604.05886.

  24. Macroscopic yielding in jammed solids is accompanied by a non-equilibrium first-order transition in particle trajectories,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Ludovic Berthier,
    Physical Review E 94, 022615 (2016).
    arXiv:1507.04120.

  25. Diverging viscosity and soft granular rheology in non-Brownian suspensions,
    Takeshi Kawasaki,Daniele Coslovich, Atsushi Ikeda, and Ludovic Berthier,
    Physical Review E 91, 012203 (2015).
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    arXiv:1410.5683.

  26. Thinning or thickening? Multiple rheological regimes in dense suspensions of soft particles,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, Atsushi Ikeda, and Ludovic Berthier,
    EPL (Europhysics Letters) 107, 28009 (2014).
    arXiv:1404.4778.

  27. Structural evolution in the aging process of supercooled colloidal liquids,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Hajime Tanaka,
    Physical Review E 89, 062315 (2014)
    Figure 3a in this paper has been selected to "Kaleidoscope" in PRE.

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  29. Dynamics in a tetrahedral network glassformer: Vibrations, network rearrangements, and diffusion,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, Kang Kim, and Akira Onuki,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics 140, 184502 (2014).

  30. Spatiotemporal Heterogeneity of Local Free Volumes in a Highly Supercooled Liquid,
    Hayato Shiba and Takeshi Kawasaki,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics 139, 184502 (2013)
    arXiv:1202.3509.

  31. Slow relaxations and stringlike jump motions in fragile glass-forming liquids: Breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein relation,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Akira Onuki,
    Physical Review E 87, 012312 (2013)

  32. Dynamics of thermal vibrational motions and stringlike jump motions in three-dimensional glass-forming liquids ,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Akira Onuki,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics138, 12A514 (2013)
    (Invited paper)

  33. Relationship between bond-breakage correlations and four-point correlations in heterogeneous glassy dynamics: Configuration changes and vibration modes,
    Hayato Shiba*,Takeshi Kawasaki*, and Akira Onuki,
    Physical Review E 86 , 041504 (2012)
    *These two authors contributed equally to this work.

  34. Visualization of stacking faults in fcc crystals in plastic deformations,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Akira Onuki,
    arXiv:1103.1051.

  35. Rheology of solids,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Akira Onuki,
    Journal of the Society of Reology, Japan 40, 151-155 (2012).

  36. Construction of a disorder variable from Steinhardt order parameters in binary mixtures at high densities in three dimensions,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Akira Onuki,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics 135, 174109 (2011).
    Selected to The Journal of Chemical Physics editors' choices for 2011.

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  38. Structural origin of enhanced slow dynamics near a wall in glass-forming systems,
    Keiji Watanabe, Takeshi Kawasaki, and Hajime Tanaka,
    Nature Materials 10, 512-520(2011).
    (K.W. and T.K. contributed equally to this work.)

  39. Structural signature of slow dynamics and dynamic heterogeneity in two-dimensional colloidal liquids: glassy structural order,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, and Hajime Tanaka,
    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 23, 194121-1 - 194121-19 (2011).


  40. Formation of a crystal nucleus from liquid,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, and Hajime Tanaka,
    PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America)107, 14036-14041 (2010).


  41. Structural origin of dynamic heterogeneity in three-dimensional colloidal glass formers and its link to crystal nucleation,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, and Hajime Tanaka,
    Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 22, 232102-1- 232102-10 (2010),
    featured as IOP select.
    Selected to Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter's 2010 Highlights

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  43. Critical-like behaviour of glass-forming liquids,
    Hajime Tanaka, Takeshi Kawasaki, Hiroshi Shintani and Keiji Watanabe,
    Nature Materials 9, 324-331(2010).
    Selected to the cover image of Nature Materials in April, 2010.
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    Featured in Nature Asia Materials, doi:10.1038/asiamat.2010.85

  44. Apparent Violation of the Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorem due to Dynamic Heterogeneity in a Model Glass-Forming Liquid,
    Takeshi Kawasaki and Hajime Tanaka,

  45. Physical Review Letters 102, 185701-1-185701-4(2009).

  46. Reply to the comment on Correlation between Dynamic Heterogeneity and Medium-Range Order in Two-Dimensional Glass-Forming Liquids,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, Takeaki Araki and Hajime Tanaka,
  47. Physical Review Letters 100, 099602 (2008).

  48. Correlation between Dynamic Heterogeneity and Medium-Range Order in Two-Dimensional Glass-Forming Liquids,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, Takeaki Araki and Hajime Tanaka,
  49. Physical Review Letters 99, 215701-1 -215701-4(2007).

    Refereed proceedings


  50. Hierarchical heterogeneous glassy dynamics of configuration changes and vibration modes,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, Hayatoi Shiba and Akira Onuki,
  51. AIP Conference Proceedings 1518, 784-791 (2013).
  52. Spontaneous bond orientational ordering in liquids: An intimate link between glass transition and crystallization
    Hajime Tanaka, John Russo. Mathieu Leocmach, and Takeshi Kawasaki
    AIP Conference Proceedings 1518, 143-152 (2013).
  53. Link between vitrification and crystallization in two-dimensional polydisperse colloidal liquid,
    Takeshi Kawasaki, Takeaki Araki and Hajime Tanaka,
  54. AIP Conference Proceedings 982, 238-240(2008).


Awards


  1. Nov 2018: The 13th Condensed Matter Prize

  2. Mar 2015: Young Scientist Award (Division 12), Japan Physical Society

  3. Jan 2015: Editors' suggestion (Physical Review E), American Phsical Society

  4. Jul 2014: Best oral presentation award for junior researchers, MIT and GDR MiDi conference on Modeling Granular Media Across Scales

  5. Mar 2011: Editors' choices for 2011 (The Journal of Chemical Physics), American Institute of Physics

  6. Mar 2010: Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter's 2010 Highlights, Institute of Physics

  7. Sep 2007: Best presentation award for students, The 5th International Workshop on Complex Systems


Recent presemtations


International activities

  • Takeshi Kawasaki,
    "Macroscopic yielding in jammed solids is accompanied by a nonequilibrium first-order transition in particle trajectories"
    ( Nara Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics 2016 Dec. under HAS-JSPS Joint Research Project , 7 - 8 December 2016, Nara Women's University, invited).
  • Takeshi Kawasaki,
    "Macroscopic yielding in jammed solids is accompanied by a non-equilibrium first-order transition in particle trajectories"
    ( Avalanches, plasticity, and nonlinear response in nonequilibrium solids, 7-9 March, 2016, YITP, Kyoto, Japan).
  • T. Kawasaki,
    "Diverging viscosity and soft granular rheology in non-Brownian suspensions"
    ( Physics of Structural and Dynamical Hierarchy in Soft Matter, 2015N316-18, Tokyo).