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Yusuke Uozumi Last modified date:2021.04.12



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Academic Degree
Doctor of Engineering
Field of Specialization
Applied nuclear physics
ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
0000-0002-4986-1069
Outline Activities
Research is on the application of intermediate-energy particle beams from accelerators for medicine and engineering.
Basic study on Nuclear physics and radiation detector development.
Theoretical study on inclusive nuclear reactions.
Research
Research Interests
  • Study of Intranuclear Cascade Model for particle transport codes
    keyword : nuclear reaction theory, Intranuclear Cascade Model, particle transport codes
    2011.04.
  • Measurements of nuclear reaction data induced by protons of 50-MeV region
    keyword : nuclear reaction
    2011.05.
  • Development of single-electron irradiation technique for microscopic track structure study
    keyword : single-electron irradiation technique, microscopic track structure
    2010.04.
  • Neutron and gamma-ray production cross sections from relativistic heavy-ion induced nuclear reactions
    keyword : heavy-ion, neutron, gamma-ray, nuclear reaction, cross section
    2009.04Cross sections of charged particle production in a 400 MeV energy range.
  • Charged particle cross sections from proton induced reactions at 300-600 MeV
    keyword : proton, nuclear reaction, cross section
    1995.04~2012.12Cross sections of charged particle production in a 400 MeV energy range.
  • Characteristics of crystalline scintillator
    keyword : crystalline scintillator, scintillation efficiency
    2000.01.
  • Laser Compton Gamma-rays
    keyword : Laser, Compton scattering
    2005.01~2010.03Gamma source by using laser back scattering and its applications.
  • Study of drug delivery system
    keyword : DDS
    2006.02~2011.03Magnetic fluid for DDS.
Current and Past Project
  • Measure fragmentation DDX on actinide nucleus
Academic Activities
Papers
1. Y. Yamaguchi, G. Watanabe, T.Ageishi, T.Katayama, T. Ogawa, Y. Uozumi, Development of INC-ELF version 2 and incorporation into PHITS: Extension to lower incident energies down to 30 MeV, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nimb.2020.07.012, 479, 15, 233-239, 2020.07, Version 2 of the Intranuclear Cascade with Emission of Light Fragments (INC-ELF) code is developed and incorporated into the Particle and Heavy Ion Transport code System (PHITS). The aim of INC-ELF2 is to expand it to the lower incident-energy range of 30–200 MeV, where the original INC theory is not applicable. The refinement of the code is based faithfully on the results of basic research on direct reactions within the framework of the INC model. INC-ELF2 can deal with the emission of light fragments from nuclear reactions induced by protons and neutrons. Double-differential cross-sections are calculated by a two-step model combining INC-ELF2 and GEM (generalized evaporation model) in PHITS, and they are compared with experimental data to examine the predictive ability. Excellent agreement is confirmed for various reactions over a wide range of target masses and over the incident-energy range of 30–200 MeV..
2. Yusuke Uozumi, Yuki Fukuda, Yuji Yamaguchi, Gaku Watanabe, Masahiro Nakano , Direct pickup and knockout processes in inclusive (p,αx) reactions from 42 to 300 MeV, Physical Review C, https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.102.014604, 102, 014604, 2020.07, Inclusive (p,αx) reactions from 42 to 300 MeV are investigated to quantitatively understand the roles of direct pickup and knockout processes. These two processes as well as indirect pickup are incorporated into the intranuclear cascade model. Calculations followed by the evaporation model successfully explain the double-differential cross-section spectra in terms of both shape and magnitude. Direct pickup occupies the low excitation energies of the spectra, and knockout appears between the direct pickup and evaporation regions. The contribution of knockout is negligible below 100 MeV, increases to be comparable with that of direct pickup at 160 MeV, and is dominant above 200 MeV. Indirect pickup shows an important contribution at 300 MeV. The direct pickup and knockout processes show decreasing trends of incident-energy dependence, common to targets ranging from 12C to 209Bi. However, the decrease of direct pickup is much faster than that for knockout..
3. Masahiro Nakano, Yuji Yamaguchi, Yusuke Uozumi, Two effects in nucleon-induced nonelastic cross sections based on the intranuclear cascade model


, Physical Review C, 2020.07, Proton- and neutron-induced nonelastic cross sections for 12C, 27Al, 56Fe and 208Pb are investigated in the low energy region from 100MeV down to nearly zero MeV based on a framework of the intranuclear cascade (INC) model. It is shown that the INC model can reproduce the experimental data both for the proton- and neutron-induced nonelastic cross sections of a wide range of targets in a systematic way, and that the crucial point is to include the transition probability of the excited particles originated from the discrete level constraint (DLC). On the basis of the reliability of INC calculation, we analyze the two effects of the discrete level constraint and Coulomb repulsion separately in the proton and for neutron injection cases, and we elucidate the domain of the target mass and the kinetic energy where two effects play important roles..
4. Masahiro Nakano, Yuji Yamaguchi, Yusuke Uozumi, Scale breaking in the low-energy proton-induced nonelastic cross sections, Physical Review C, https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.101.044616, 101, 044616, 1-7, 2020.04, Proton-induced nonelastic cross sections for 12C, 27Al, 56Fe, and 208Pb are investigated in a low-energy region below 100 MeV down to nearly 0 MeV based on a framework of an intranuclear cascade (INC) model. We point out that there is a scaling among the calculations including the Coulomb repulsion; two cases are shown: One is the scaling of the trajectories with different impact parameters, and the other is the incident-energy dependence of the cross sections. We point out for the first time that the calculated cross sections by the usual INC model follow a scaling and the discrepancy between the calculated cross sections and the experimental data indicates the scale breaking and that, for the explanation of the scale breaking, it is essential to include the discrete level constraints in addition to the Coulomb repulsion in the INC model..
5. Yuji Yamaguchi, Yusuke Uozumi, Masahiro Nakano, Barrier transmission for proton emission during the intranuclear cascade process, Physical Review C, https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.100.034600, 100, 034600-1-034600-7, 2019.09, A method is proposed for determining the barrier transmission coefficient for the outgoing protons from the intranuclear cascade process in (p,p′x) reactions. In this method, the coefficient is defined as the ratio of the cross section of the proton-nucleus reaction to that of the neutron-nucleus reaction and is calculated by using empirical equations for the cross sections with no free parameters. The determined coefficient is incorporated into an intranuclear cascade model followed by an evaporation model, and the double-differential cross sections are calculated for (p,p′x) reactions around 50 MeV on heavy targets with A≥120. The present results agree well with experimental observations. Remarkably, the spectra for 209Bi and 197Au are accounted for even though the evaporation contributions are negligibly small..
6. Masahiro Nakano, Yusuke Uozumi, Extension of the intranuclear cascade model to neutron-induced nonelastic cross sections in the low-energy region, Physical Review C, https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.100.034619, 100, 034619-1-034619-7, 2019.09.
7. Yusuke Uozumi, Yuji Yamaguchi, Gaku Watanabe, Yuki Fukuda, Ryota Imamura, Monira Jannatul Kobra, Masahiro Nakano, Direct pickup and knockout processes in inclusive (p,dx) reactions at 42–392 MeV, Physical Review C, https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.97.034630, 97, 034630-1-034630-7, 2018.03.
8. Yusuke Uozumi, Takahiro Yamada, Masahiro Nakano, Intranuclear cascade model for 50-MeV-region (p,p'x) reactions over a wide target mass range, Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00223131.2014.945505, 52, 2, 263-272, 2015.02.
9. Y. Sawada, Y. Uozumi, S. Nogamine, T. Yamada, Y. Iwamoto, T. Sato, K. Niita, Intranuclear Cascade with Emission of Light Fragment Code Implemented in the Transport Code System PHITS, Nucl. Instr. Meth. B , 291, 38-44, 2012.11.
10. Yusuke Uozumi, Takahiro Yamada, Sho Nogamine, Masahiro Nakano, Intranuclear cascade model including collective excitations and trajectory deflections for (p,p'x) reactions around 50 MeV, Physical Review C , 86, 034610, 1-7, 2012.09.
11. Y. Uozumi, Y. Sawada, A. Mzhavia, S. Nogamine, H. Iwamoto, T. Kin, S. Hohara, G. Wakabayashi, M. Nakano, Deuteron-production Double-differential Cross Sections for 300- and 392-MeV Proton-induced Reactions Deduced from Experiment and Model Calculation, Physical Review C , 84, 064617 [11 pages], 2011.12.
12. H. Iwamoto, M. Imamura, Y. Koba, Y. Fukui, G. Wakabayashi, Y. Uozumi, T. Kin, Y. Iwamoto, S. Hohara, M. Nakano, Proton-production Double-differential Cross Sections for 300-MeV and 392-MeV Proton-induced Reactions, Physical Review C, 82, 034604, 2010.09.
13. H. Iwamoto, Y. Uozumi, M. Nakano, Light charged particle productions in proton-nucleus reactions, International Conference on Soft Computing and Human Sciences, pp.145-152, 2007.07.
14. Y. Uozumi, Y. Fukui, H. Iwamoto, M. Nakano, Stochastic approach to proton nucleus elastic scattering, International Conference on Soft Computing and Human Science, pp. 139-144, 2007.07.
15. Y. Uozumi, P. Evtoukhovitch, H. Fukuda, M. Imamura, H. Iwamoto, V. Kalinikov, W. Kallies, N. Khumutov, T. Kin, N. Koba, Y. Koba, N. Kuchinski, A. Moisenko, D. Mzavia, M. Nakano, V. Samoilov, Z. Tsamalaidze, G. Wakabayashi and Y. Yamashita, Magnitude factor systematics of Kalbach phenomenology for reactions emitting helium and lithium ions , Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Volume 571, Issue 3, 11 February 2007, Pages 743-747, Volume 571, Issue 3, 2007.02.
16. M. Imamura, Y. Yamashita, P. Evtoukhovitch, S. Hohara, V. Kalinikov, W. Kallies, N. Khumutov, T. Kin, N. Kuchinski, D. Maki, N. Matsufuji, A. Moisenko, D. Mzavia, V. Samoilov, Z. Tsamalaidze, Y. Uozumi, G. Wakabayashi, Response characteristics of GSO(Ce) crystal to intermediate-energy α-particles, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Volume 564, Issue 1, 1 August 2006, Pages 324-327, 2006.08.
17. Study of wave packet dynamics with the antisymmetrized molecular dynamics.
18. T. Kin, F. Saiho, S. Hohara, K. Ikeda, K. Ichikawa, Y. Yamashita, M. Imamura, G. Wakabayashi, N. Ikeda, Y. Uozumi, M. Matoba, M. Nakano and N. Koori, Proton production cross sections for reactions by 300- and 392-MeV protons on carbon, aluminum, and niobium, Physical Revew C, 10.1103/PhysRevC.72.014606, 72, 1, Vol.72, 014606 1-9, 2005.08.
19. F. Saiho, T. Kin, S. Hohara, G. Wakabayashi, N. Ikeda, Y. Uozumi, M.Imamura, Y. Yamashita, M. Matoba, N. Koori, Response and Efficiency of Stacked GSO(Ce) Spectrometer to Intermediate-energy Deuterons, Nuclear Instruments and Measurements Physics Research A, 10.1016/j.nima.2004.07.292, 537, 3, 594-599, Vol. 537, No. 3, pp.594-599, 2005.02.
Educational
Educational Activities
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Applied nuclear physics, Radiation information and analyses
Other Educational Activities
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  • 2010.10.
  • 2009.05.