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Akiko NAKAMURA

 Associate Professor
 Graduate School of Science
 Faculty of Science
 Center for Planetary Science (CPS)




Research Interests:

 Evolutional processes of solid bodies from dust particles to planets.


Recent Publications: 

  • Ogawa, R., Nakamura, A.M., Suzuki, A.-I., Hasegawa, S. Crater shape as a possible record of the impact environment of metallic bodies: Effects of temperature, impact velocity and impactor density. Icarus 362, 114410 (14pp) (2021).
  • Nagaashi, Y., Aoki, T., Nakamura, A.M. Cohesion of regolith: Measurements of meteorite powders. Icarus 360, 114357 (12pp) (2021).
  • Nagaashi, Y., Nakamura, A.M., Hasegawa, S., Wada, K. Packing fraction of clusters formed in free-falling granular streams based on flash x-ray. Physical Rev. E. 103, 032903 (6pp) (2021).
  • Omura, T., Nakamura, A.M. Primordial porous structure of chondrite parent bodies due to self-gravity. Planetary Science Journal 2, 41 (12pp) (2021).
  • Libourel, G., Nakamura, A.M., Beck, P., Potin, S., Ganino, C., Jacomet, S., Ogawa, R., Hasegawa, S., Michel, P. Hypervelocity impacts as a source of deceiving surface signatures on iron-rich asteroids. Science Advances 5, eaav3971 (11pp) (2019).
  • Collins, G., Housen, K., Jutzi, M., Nakamura, A.M. Planetary impact process in porous materials. in Shock Phenomena in Granular and Porous Materials. Shock Wave and High Pressure Phenomena, eds. Vogler, T., Fredenburg, A., (Springer, Cham), pp 103-136 (2019).
  • Nakamura, A.M., Yamane, F., Okamoto, T., Takasawa, S. Size dependence of the disruption threshod: Laboratory examination of millimeter-centimeter porous targets. Planet. Space Sci.107, 45-52 (2015).


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