Award Winnerfs List (Fiscal 2004)

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Research Paper Presentation Awards S. Saito gMultiphoton Absorption Observed in a Superconducting Flux Qubith May 17, 2004
The 33rd IEEE International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic Distinctive Contributed Paper Award H.Inokawa
Y.Takahasi
"Experimental and Simulation Studies of Single-Electron-Transistor-Based Multiple-Valued Logic" May 21,
2004
The Society of Non-Traditional Technology Award for Superconductor science and technology M. Naito gDevelopment of Molecular Beam Epitaxy for High Tc
Superconducting Materialsh
June 21, 2003
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Paper Award V. Seleznev
H. Yamaguchi
Y. Hirayama
V. Y. Prinz
gSingle. Turn GaAs/InAs Nanotubes Fabricated Using the Supercritical CO2 Drying
Techniqueh
Sep. 1, 2004
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Paper Award T. Nishikawa
K. Oguri
T. Suzuki
Y. Watanabe
H. Nakano
gEnhanced Water-Window X-Ray Pulse Generation from Femtosecond Laser Produced Plasma with a Carbon Nanotube Targeth Sep. 1, 2004
Fellow of The Institute of Physics (IOP) Y. Hirayama gContribution to the institute as a member of an Editorial Boardh Sep. 1, 2004
The Ericsson Young Scientist Award Go Yusa gTrapping of photogenerated carriers by InAs quantum dots and persistent photoconductivity in novel GaAs/n-AlGaAs field-effect transistorh Nov. 22, 2004
Physical Society of Japan
JPSJ Editorfs Choice Paper
M. Kawamura
H. Yaguchi
N. Kikugawa
Y. Maeno
H. Takayanagi
gTunneling Properties at the Interface@between Super-
conducting Sr2RuO4 and a Ru Microinclusion
Feb. 1, 2005
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Prize T. Fujisawa gResearch on Quantum-state Control of Semiconductor
Quantum Dotsh
Mar. 22, 2005


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