NTT Basic Research Laboratories

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Annual report 2018
Realization of an ultra-energy-saving electro-optic modulator and highly-efficient optical transistor

- Progress towards energy-saving and high-speed opto-electronic signal processing -

Electron spin resonance spectroscopy using a superconducting flux qubit featuring high sensitivity and spatial resolution

- Highly sensitive detection of electron spins in a micrometer scale area -

Successful nanowire lasing at room temperature in the optical communication wavelength range

— A path to optical-electronic circuit integration for telecom-band micro laser source—

Creation of novel material Sr3OsO6 with the highest ferromagnetic transition temperature among insulators

- Breaking the world record for the first time in 88 years -

First proof-of-principle experiment of quantum repeaters with all photonics

― First big step towards a ‘quantum internet’ as the Holy Grail of information-processing networks ―

Superradiant emission from colour centres in diamond - a flash of light from a solid-state hybrid quantum system
Creating a photonic topological insulator by current injection

– A novel principle of controlling topologically robust optical states based on gain and loss –

Controlling nuclear magnetic resonance with a micromechanical oscillator

- A novel technique to individually manipulate nuclear spins in integrated devices -

Coherent Network Computing 2019
Annual report 2017
Dr. Hiroki Mashiko and Dr. Masayuki Hashisaka have received The Young Scientists' Prize, The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
Ultrafast electron oscillation and dephasing in Cr:Al2O3 solid-state material monitored by attosecond light source
A novel mechanical system for amplifying ultrasound signals

~Compression of ultrasound wavepacket using phononic crystal~

Dr. Akira Fujiwara, selected to IEEE Fellow 2018.
A new method for the artificial assembly of micro-scale biological tissues

- Enabling the formation of arbitrary 3D structures that are highly biocompatible and flexible, and the encapsulation of cells for long-term cultures -

Quantum Neural Network on Cloud
Activity Reports Volume27 (2016)
International School and Symposium on Nanoscale Transport and phoTonics 2017
Visitor : Dr. J. Herfort (Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik)