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黒田 みなみ  Minami Kuroda


Affiliation

Department of Natural Historiy Sciences,
Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido University, D3
北海道大学理学院自然史科学専攻
地球惑星システム科学講座 博士3年

e-mail
minami"at"ep.sci.hokudai.ac.jp("at"→@)



Education

2014 March B.S. in Geoscience, Department of Science, Hokkaido University
(Graduation thesis:Kinetic isotope effect of water by diffusion in silicate glass / シリケイトガラス中へのH2O拡散における速度論的同位体効果)
2016 March M.S. in Geoscience, Department of Natural History Sciences, Hokkaido University
(Master thesis:Concentration dependence of water diffusion in silica glass / 石英ガラス中の水の拡散における含水量依存性)


Publications

1. M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto, S. Okumura, M. Nakamura, and H. Yurimoto (2018) Water diffusion in silica glass through pathways formed by hydroxyls. American Mineralogist, 103, 412-417.
2. S. Kakizawa, T. Inoue, H. Nakano, M. Kuroda, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto (2018) Stability of Al-bearing superhydrous phase B at the mantle transition zone and the uppermost lower mantle. American Mineralogist, 103, 1221-1227.


International conferences (oral)

1. M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, S. Okumura, M. Nakamura, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto, "Concentration dependence of water diffusion in silica glass at water pressure of 50 bar”, JpGU 2015, Makuhari, Japan, May 2015.
2. M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, S. Okumura, M. Nakamura, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto, “Concentration dependence of water diffusion in silica glass at 50 bar H2O pressure”, Goldschmidt conference 2015, Prague, Czech Republic, August 2015.
3. D. Yamamoto, M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto, "Oxygen isotope exchange between amorphous silicates and water vapor", 3S 2018, Rusutsu, Japan, February 2018.
4.  M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto, “Fast diffusion of water in silica glass”, Goldschmidt conference 2018, Boston, America, August 2018.


International conferences (poster)

1. M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto and H. Yurimoto, “Hydrogen isotope fractionation of water by diffusion in silica glasses”, SISS 2014, Sapporo, Japan, June 2014.
2. M. Kuroda, D. Yamamoto, S. Tachibana, M. Nakamura, S. Okumura, M. Asaki, A. Ishibashi, N. Sakamoto and H. Yurimoto, “Hydrogen isotope fractionation of water by diffusion in silicate glasses”, AOGS 11th, Sapporo, Japan, July 2014.
3. M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto and H. Yurimoto, “Mechanism of water diffusion in silica glass at 50 bar water vapor pressure”, 3S 2016, Rusutsu, Japan, February 2016.
4. M. Kuroda, and S. Tachibana, "Water diffusion in silicate glass: The effect of glass viscosity", Goldschmidt conference 2016, Yokohama, Japan, July 2016.
5. M. Kuroda, and S. Tachibana, "Water diffusion in silicate glass: The effect of glass structure", AGU 2016, San Francisco, America, December 2016.
6. D. Yamamoto, M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto, "Oxygen isotope exchange between amorphous silicates and water vapor; an experimental study", LPSC 49th, Texas, America, February 2018.
7.  M. Kuroda, S. Tachibana, N. Sakamoto, and H. Yurimoto, “Fast water diffusion in silica glass”, JpGU 2018, Makuhari, Japan, May 2018.


Domestic conferences

1. 黒田みなみ, 山本大貴, 橘省吾, 中村美千彦, 奥村聡, 朝木美帆, 石橋充子, 坂本直哉, 圦本尚義,”シリケイトガラス中における水の拡散における速度論的同位体効果”, JpGU 2014, 神奈川, 2014年5月 (ポスター).
2. 黒田みなみ, 橘省吾, 奥村聡, 中村美千彦, 坂本直哉, 圦本尚義, ”ケイ酸塩ガラス中の水の拡散における含水量依存性”, 日本鉱物科学会2015年, 東京, 2015年9月 (口頭).
3. 黒田みなみ, 橘省吾, 坂本直哉, 圦本尚義, "含水石英ガラスにおける水素同位体交換反応", 日本鉱物科学会2017年, 愛媛, 2017年9月 (口頭).
4. 坂口勳, 黒田みなみ, 永田肇, 渡辺明男, "高密度鈴石多結晶対の合成と酸素欠陥化学", 日本鉱物科学会2017年, 愛媛, 2017年9月 (口頭).


Awards

2014 March Clark Award (Award given to the top student of each department of the university), Hokkaido University Clark Memorial Foundation.
2015 August Student grant, Goldschmidt conference.
2016 March Best Presentation Award (Master thesis presentation at Hokkaido University), Department of Natural History Sciences, Hokkaido University.
2018 May Student Outstanding Presentation Award, Japan Geoscience Union.


TA, RA

2014 - 2016  Teaching Assistant, Hokkaido University.
2016 - now  Research Assistant, Isotope Imaging Laboratory, Hokkaido University.