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Department of Advanced Nanofabrication

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    Prof.
    Y. YOSHIDA
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    Assoc. Prof.
    J. YANG
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    Assis. Prof.
    T. KONDO
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    Assis. Prof.
    K. KAN

Content of research

In our research group, to realize advanced nanofabrication, the fundamental processes induced by quantum beams in materials are to be elucidated. As a tool, a femto/attosecond pulse radiolysis system is researching and developing. To reach the time resolution of attosecond, generating and measuring methods of the femto/attosecond electron pulses are studied. We are searching for the novel phenomena induced by these attosecond high density electron pulses. By applying our electron beam generation/control technology to electron microscope/electron diffraction device, we are aiming for new development in interdisciplinary fields of accelerator science, electron microscopy and radiation chemistry.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Basic process of advanced nanofabrication
  2. 2. Femtosecond pulse radiolysis
  3. 3. Femtosecond/attosecond electron beam generation and measurement
  4. 4. Femtosecond time-resolved MeV electron microscopy and electron diffraction

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HOME > Research Introduction > Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Center > Department of Advanced Nanofabrication

Department of Advanced Nanofabrication

Staff

  • Photo
    Prof.
    Y. YOSHIDA
  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    J. YANG
  • Photo
    Assis. Prof.
    T. KONDO
  • Photo
    Assis. Prof.
    K. KAN

Content of research

In our research group, to realize advanced nanofabrication, the fundamental processes induced by quantum beams in materials are to be elucidated. As a tool, a femto/attosecond pulse radiolysis system is researching and developing. To reach the time resolution of attosecond, generating and measuring methods of the femto/attosecond electron pulses are studied. We are searching for the novel phenomena induced by these attosecond high density electron pulses. By applying our electron beam generation/control technology to electron microscope/electron diffraction device, we are aiming for new development in interdisciplinary fields of accelerator science, electron microscopy and radiation chemistry.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Basic process of advanced nanofabrication
  2. 2. Femtosecond pulse radiolysis
  3. 3. Femtosecond/attosecond electron beam generation and measurement
  4. 4. Femtosecond time-resolved MeV electron microscopy and electron diffraction

Figure / Graph

  • Fig.1

VIDEO INTRODUCTION