Thin-film research group's research is wide-band gap semiconductors, such as diamond and nitrides, and oxide superconductors, based on the superior crystal growth technologies.
Silicon and compound semiconductor industries continue to function as electronic materials, such as carbon nanotubes and graphene focused on low-dimensional nano-materials.
Membrane proteins such as nuclear and biological molecules of the body-friendly, brain and interface with potential new device concepts Nanobio-device advocated the realization of the research assignments.
The research target is to realize ultra-low power and high functional devices, high-sensitivity devices, and high-precision devices by utilizing nanometer-scale structures.
We pursue the innovative development of hybrid devices by combining different types of micro/nanostructures such as low-dimensional semiconductor structures, superconducting circuits, and micro/nanomechanical systems.
Electrons and atomic nuclei in experimental quantum effects observed. Correlated quantum electronics sector to establish a new, highly sensitive sensing technology and application of quantum computer to be clarified.
We theoretically and experimentally study quantum mechanical properties of photons, electrons and atoms.
Our group theoretically investigates fundamental principles of quantum physics and quantum information processing and how they can be applied to the development of quantum-enabled technologies.
For realizing a new generation of optical devices that will bring about a revolution in optical information/transmission technology, we propose new device operating principles to overcome current limits.
We are conducting a unified research of fabrication, theoretical analysis, and evaluation for photonic crystals, with aiming to overcome various limitations in the today's photonics technologies and to realize breakthroughs in photonic information processing.