Specially-appointed assistant professor Hitoshi Gomi

Hitoshi Gomi is an Earth scientist at Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) based at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

Research interests

I am interested in the phase stability, elastic and transport properties (electrical resistivity and thermal conductivity) of planetary cores.

Research field

High-pressure geoscience


Seiichi Tejima Doctoral Dissertation Award FY2014

Selected publications

Measurement of the Seebeck coefficient under high pressure by dual heating
T Yoshino, R Wang, H Gomi, Y Mori
Review of Scientific Instruments 91 (3), 035115 1 2020

Resistivity, Seebeck coefficient, and thermal conductivity of platinum at high pressure and temperature
H Gomi, T Yoshino
Physical Review B 100, 214302 2 2019

Elastic constants of single-crystal Pt measured up to 20 GPa based on inelastic X-ray scattering: implication for the establishment of an equation of state
S Kamada, H Fukui, A Yoneda, H Gomi, F Maeda, S Tsutsui, H Uchiyama, ...
Comptes Rendus Geoscience 351 (2-3), 236-242 5 2019

Thermoelectric Power and Thermoelectric Dynamo of Mercury
H Gomi, T Yoshino, A Yoneda
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018

Impurity resistivity of fcc and hcp Fe-based alloys: Thermal stratification at the top of the core of super-Earths
H Gomi, T Yoshino
Frontiers in Earth Science 6, 217 12 2018

High-pressure generation in the Kawai-type multianvil apparatus equipped with tungsten-carbide anvils and sintered-diamond anvils, and X-ray observation on CaSnO3 and (Mg, Fe) SiO3
D Yamazaki, E Ito, T Yoshino, N Tsujino, A Yoneda, H Gomi, ...
Comptes Rendus Geoscience 16 2018


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