Hideo Hosono

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Hideo Hosono
Born Hideo Hosono
September 7, 1953
Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Nationality Japan
Fields Materials science
Institutions Tokyo Institute of Technology
Nagoya Institute of Technology
Alma mater Tokyo Metropolitan University
Known for iron-based superconductors
Notable awards Japan Prize
Medal of Honor (Purple Ribbon)
Research Achievement Award (Japanese Society of Applied Physics)
James C. McGroddy Prize for New Materials

Hideo Hosono (細野秀雄 Hosono Hideo?, born September 7, 1953) is a Japanese material scientist most known for the discovery of iron-based superconductors.[1][2] He is also a pioneer in developing transparent oxide semiconductors: he proposed a material design concept for an transparent amorphous oxide semiconductor (TAOS) with large electron mobility, demonstrated the excellent performance of TAOS thin film transistors for next generation displays and successfully converted a cement constituent 12CaO·7Al2O3 into transparent semiconductor, metal, and eventually superconductors.[3][4]

Honors and awards[edit]

Selected publications[edit]


  1. ^ Hideo Hosono. ScienceWatch.com (December 2008)
  2. ^ Kamihara, Y.; Watanabe, T.; Hirano, M.; Hosono, H. (2008). "Iron-Based Layered Superconductor La[O1-xFx]FeAs (x = 0.05–0.12) with Tc= 26 K". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130 (11): 3296–7. doi:10.1021/ja800073m. PMID 18293989. 
  3. ^ Hideo Hosono. fpdchina.org
  4. ^ LaboratoryProfile – Hosono. materia.titech.ac.jp
  5. ^ Bernd T. Matthias Prize. m2s–2015.ch

External links[edit]

  • Hideo Hosono (2014) "Impression-Inspired Materials Research", Vimeo Youtube.