Investigate the interior and history of planets and satellites
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Cosmosciences
|Keyword||Planets, Satellites, Interior structure, Thermal evolution, Viscoelastic deformation, Tides|
Introduction of Research
My research interest is the interior structure and the evolution of solid planets and satellites.
Interior thermal state of Enceladus inferred from the viscoelastic state of the ice shell, S. Kamata and F. Nimmo, Icarus, 2017, 284, 387–393.
Reorientation and faulting of Pluto due to volatile loading within Sputnik Planitia, J. T. Keane, I. Matsuyama, S. Kamata, and J. K. Steckloff, Nature, 2016, 540, 90–93.
Tidal resonance in icy satellites with subsurface oceans, S. Kamata, I. Matsuyama, and F. Nimmo, J. Geophys. Res. Planets, 2015, 120, 1528–1542.
The relative timing of Lunar Magma Ocean solidification and the Late Heavy Bombardment inferred from highly degraded impact basin structures, S. Kamata, S. Sugita, Y. Abe, Y. Ishihara, Y. Harada, T. Morota, N. Namiki, T. Iwata, H. Hanada, H. Araki, K. Matsumoto, E.Tajika, K. Kuramoto, and F. Nimmo, Icarus, 2015, 250, 492–503.
Japanese Society for Planetary Sciences, Japan Geoscience Union, American Geophysical Union
|Academic background||2008 B.Sc., Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo|
2010 M.Sc., Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo
2010 JSPS Research Fellow (DC1)
2013 Ph.D., Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo
2013 JSPS Research Fellow (PD), Hokkaido University
2013 Research Scholar, University of California, Santa Cruz
2015 Assistant Professor, Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido University
2019 Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University
|Project||JUICE (Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer)|
|Room address||Science Building 8 8-2-07|