Masahito Nosé, Ph.D.

Co-Investigator, LAMP Mission
Associate Professor, Nagoya University

Dr. Masahito Nosé is an associate professor at Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University. He earned his PhD degree in geophysics from Kyoto University, Japan, in March 1998. His research interests include magnetic field variations and ion composition change in the inner magnetosphere, ground and satellite observations of geomagnetic field, and development of magnetometers. In LAMP mission, his contribution is experiments of the geomagnetic field observations with a newly developed magnetometer based on magneto-impedance sensor, named MIM (magneto-impedance magnetometer).