About usWe study novel optical, electronic, and spin devices that support the highly-sophisticated information society in the 21st century. Based on semiconductor devices, our research fields are quantum information processing using the quantum mechanical nature of electron spins and photons, and spintronics based on the development and hybridization of optical, electrical and spin materials. We study the growth and characterization of high quality materials and perform precise quantum transport measurements. Aim of our research is the realization of novel phenomena emerging in quantum nano-structures that can control the photon, electron and spin degrees of freedom.
- 22/3/2018* 1st year master course student, Fukai earned the Sugata-Cohen award.
- 30/10/2017Early appointed under grad student, Fukuda joined our group.
- 1/8/2017Assistant professor Fujita joined our group.
- 1/4/2017Master course students Kojima, Tanaka, Chatani, Hayashi, bachelor course students Fujimori, and Yoshihara joined our group.
- 1/11/2016Specially appointed assistant professor, Sakai joined our group.
- 1/10/2016Alexander Krorsh joined our group.
- 1/9/2016Our study was selected as the cover of 'OYO BUTURI' Sep. edition.
- 1/4/2016Master course students, Aomatsu, Kawaguchi, Higashide, Yanagidani, and a bachelor student Toyoshima joined us.
- 7-8/1/2016Attend the annual meeting of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 'Nano Spin Conversion Science'
- * Nakagawa was awarded the poster prize.
- 1/11/2015New student, Fukai joined us.
- 15/4/2015New students, Abe、Nakagawa, Miyazaki, Kurokawa, Tada, and Pienroj joined us.
- 01/4/2015Reseacher Shioya joins us.
- 3-4/3/2015Attend the annual meeting of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 'Nano Spin Conversion Science'
- 26/9/2014Attend the Kickoff meeting of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 'Nano Spin Conversion Science'
- 18/8/2014Secretary Watanabe joined us.
- 01/4/2014Launch of Oiwa laboratory.