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Nov/13/2018
Poster presentation at "APEF2018 @ 東大, Tokyo" (Photo)
Sep/12/2018
Our paper has been submitted (aveilable on arXiv).
Aug/8/2018
Poster presentation at "第17回関東ソフトマター @ 東大柏, Chiba".
Jul/22/2018
Poster presentation at "ILCC2018 @ 京都国際会館, Kyoto".
Jul/18/2018
博士中間報告会 @ TMU, Tokyo.(Photo)
Mar/25/2018
Oral presentation at "日本物理学会 @ 東京理科大学, Chiba".
Dec/27/2017
Our paper "Permeation through a lamellar stack of lipid mixtures" has been published on EPL.
Dec/1/2017
Staying at National Central University (國立中央大學) until Dec/13/2017.
Nov/20/2017
Poster presentation at "SFS 2017 @ Sendai". (Photo)
Oct/17/2017
Oral presentation at "CECAM @ Switzerland". (Photo)
Sep/7/2017
Our paper has been submitted (available on arXiv).
Aug/22/2017
Poster presentation at "Kanto Softmatter @ Tokyo".
Jul/20/2017
Poster presentation at "Liquids 2017 @ Slovenia". (Photo)
Jun/23/2017
Poster presentation at "The 4th Research Area Meeting in Synergy of Fluctuation and Structure". (Photo)
Jun/19/2017
Homepage is opened eventually.

General info

My interests: skin theory

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Publications

  1. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, and D. Andelman, Permeation through a lamellar stack of lipid mixtures,
    Europhys. Lett. 120, 18004 (2017)
  2. arXiv on [pdf]. Slideshare supported by LinkedIn (Click here)

  3. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, and D. Andelman, Correlated lateral phase separations in stacks of lipid membranes,
    The Journal of Chemical Physics 143, 243124 (2015)
  4. arXiv on [pdf]. Slideshare supported by LinkedIn (Click here)

Oral presentations

  1. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, H.-Y. Chen, K.-A. Wu, Pattern formation of skin cancer: Hydrodynamic interaciton,
    日本物理学会(The Physical Society of Japan), Chiba, Japan (Mar/2018)
  2. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Permeation through a lamellar stack of lipid mixtures,
    Insight into skin permeation: from theory to practice, CECAM, Switzerland (Oct/2017)
  3. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, Hsuan-Yi Chen, Kuo-An Wu, Morphogenesis of skin cancer cells by numerical simulation,
    Complex System and Biophysics Seminar, Taoyuan Taiwan (Mar/2017)
  4. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Material transport through two-component lamellar stacks: skin permeability,
    Kanto Softmatter (関東ソフトマター), Tokyo Japan (Aug/2016)
  5. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Correlated lateral phase separations in stacked lipid membranes (積層脂質膜における相分離の連動性),
    JPS The Physical Society of Japan, Keio University, Japan (Mar/2015)
  6. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Correlated phase separation in stacked membranes,
    Mid-Atlantic Soft Matter Workshop, DC USA (Jan/2015)

Poster presentations

  1. T. Hoshino M.-W. Liu, K.-A. Wu, H.-Y. Chen, T. Tsuruyama, S. Komura, Pattern formation of skin cancers: Effects of cancer proliferation and hydrodynamic interactions,
    APEF2018, Tokyo Japan (Nov/2018)
  2. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, T. Tsuruyama, H.-Y. Chen, K.-A. Wu Pattern formation of skin cancers: Effects of cancer proliferation and hydrodynamic interactions,
    17th Kanto Softmatter (関東ソフトマター), Chiba Japan (Aug/2018)
  3. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman Permeation through a lamellar stack of lipid mixtures,
    27th International Liquid Crystal Conference, Kyoto Japan (Jul/2018)
  4. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, H.-Y. Chen, K.-A. Wu Pattern formation of skin cancer: Effects of hydrodynamic interactions,
    SFS 2017, Sendai Japan (Nov/2017)
  5. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Material transport through a binary lamellar mixtures,
    16th Kanto Softmatter (関東ソフトマター), Tokyo Japan (Aug/2017)
  6. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Material transport through a binary lamellar mixtures,
    Liquid Matter Conference 2017, Ljubljana Slovenia (Jul/2017)
  7. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Permeation through a lamellar stack of lipid mixtures,
    The 4th Research Area Meeting in Synergy of Fluctuation and Structure, Tokyo Japan (Jun/2017)
  8. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Correlated lateral phase separations in stacked lipid membranes,
    International Symposium on Fluctuation and Structure out of Equilibrium 2015, Kyoto Japan (Aug/2015)
  9. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Correlated lateral phase separations in stacked lipid membranes,
    Controlled structural formation of soft matter, Beijing China (Aug/2015)
  10. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Correlated phase separation in stacked membranes,
    ACS Colloid & Surface Science Symposium, University of Pennsylvania, PA USA (Jun/2014)
  11. T. Hoshino, S. Komura, D. Andelman, Simulation of phase separation in stacked lipid membranes,
    JPS The Physical Society of Japan, Tokai University, Japan (Mar/2014)

Fellowship & Scholarship

Higher Education

My research projects

1. Skin permeability [EPL]

Transport and permeation of materials in living systems is a topic of growing interest because of their importance in cosmetic research and drug delivery applications. Transport processes in biological systems occur in many cases through stacks of biomembranes. Examples of such multi-lamellar structures within the cell are the Golgi apparatus and mitochondria. Another important example on a larger tissue scale is the stratum corneum that is the outermost layer of human skin. Although stratum corneum exhibits low diffusivity of water and acts as a good barrier against penetration of external substances, it is important, nevertheless, to understand the mechanism that enables cosmetic, topical creams and medication to permeate efficiently through the skin.

(a)Schematic illustration of a stack of lipid membranes in the presence of permeant molecules. (b)The stacked 2D Ising model. (c)A schematic representation of the permeation model.

2. Pattern formations of skin cancers

Melanoma is one of the most dangerous cancer in human body. Once this cancer undergoes the late stage of evolution, there is no way to remove the tumour. Hence, early detection of melanoma is critical. There are several types of dignosis method, which evaluate the malignancy of the tumour from the asymmetric shape, border irregularity, inhomogeneous color and so on. We attempt to constract a theoretical model to be useful of such evaluation.

Characteristic patterns seen in melanomas (stripe, globules, fingerprint-like shape etc.)

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