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Department of Excited Solid-State Dynamics

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    Assoc. Prof.
    S. TANAKA
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    Assoc. Prof.
    J. KANASAKI

Content of research

The final goal of our study is the creation of the new functional material via electronic excitation in solids that cannot be achieved by means of the conventional thermal and chemical processes. For this purpose, we elucidate the fundamentals of underlying physics concerning the excitation-induced processes. In particular, elemental processes of the many-body interactions following the electronic excitation, and the ultrafast dynamics in femtosecond time regime of the excited carriers are investigated by means of several spectroscopic and microscopic methods.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Ultrafast carrier dynamics,
  2. 2. Excitation-induced structural changes and desorption,
  3. 3. Elemental processes of the many-body electron interaction,
  4. 4. Core-level excitation/relaxation dynamics,
  5. in solids and on solid surfaces

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HOME > Research Introduction > Division of Advanced Materials and Beam Science > Department of Excited Solid-State Dynamics

Department of Excited Solid-State Dynamics

Staff

  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    S. TANAKA
  • Photo
    Assoc. Prof.
    J. KANASAKI

Content of research

The final goal of our study is the creation of the new functional material via electronic excitation in solids that cannot be achieved by means of the conventional thermal and chemical processes. For this purpose, we elucidate the fundamentals of underlying physics concerning the excitation-induced processes. In particular, elemental processes of the many-body interactions following the electronic excitation, and the ultrafast dynamics in femtosecond time regime of the excited carriers are investigated by means of several spectroscopic and microscopic methods.

Current Research Programs

  1. 1. Ultrafast carrier dynamics,
  2. 2. Excitation-induced structural changes and desorption,
  3. 3. Elemental processes of the many-body electron interaction,
  4. 4. Core-level excitation/relaxation dynamics,
  5. in solids and on solid surfaces

Figure / Graph