Development of detection and control of individual atoms in an optical lattice


Kyoto University   Yoshiro Takahashi

Recently, a quantum gas microscopy(QGM) which is a technique of observing individual atoms with a single-site resolution for ultracold atoms loaded into a two-dimensional optical lattice has been developed.

Energy levels in carbon nanotubes


Wataru Izumida, Tohoku University

Carbon nanotubes have been intensively investigated since their discovery.  Although understanding of electron spin properties is important from viewpoint on spintronics, it has been revealed in recent studies.

Universal Modeling of Weak Antilocalization using Pseudo-Random Number Generator


Takaaki Koga, Hokkaido University

The weak localization/antilocalization, recognized as a precursory state of the Anderson localization, was elucidated both theoretically and experimentally already in 1980’s in the realm of “diffusion approximation” [1]. A theoretical model premised on the Rashba effect was then developed in 1990’s, shortly before the “gate-induced” weak localization-to-antilocalization transition was confirmed experimentally [2].  After this experimental confirmation, the weak antilocalization effect has become recognized as a useful tool for investigating the spin-orbit interaction (SOI) in various two-dimensional electron systems (2DES).  It is deemed that

Observation of phonon modes in a bottle microresonator


Takashi Yamamoto, Osaka University

Whispering-gallery-mode (WGM) resonators with various geometries have actively studied in the past two decades.

Quantum metrology including state preparation and readout times


Shane Dooley and Kae Nemoto, National Institute of Informatics

Frequency estimation is an important problem in the field of quantum metrology in which the probe system is a collection of $N$ qubits and the parameter of interest, $\omega$, is the frequency corresponding to the gap between the two qubit energy eigenvalues.