【Award】Associate professor Masahiro Nomura won The Young Scientist Award, The 44th International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors.

2017.06.01

Associate professor Masahiro Nomura, belonging to the University of Tokyo, won The Young Scientist Award, The 44th International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors(ISCS2017).

Fabrication of hybrid structure of semiconductor quantum dot and two dimensional superlattice

2017.05.22

Kouichi Akahane, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

The research group of Dr. Akahane, belonging to the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), developed the technique to fabricate a hybrid structure of semiconductor quantum dot (QD) and two-dimensional (2D) superlattice by using molecular beam epitaxy.

Triple-gated Quantum Point Contact

2017.03.15

Yoshiro Hirayama, Tohoku University

In the conventional quantum point contact (QPC), a ballistic one-dimensional (1D) channel is formed by applying a negative voltage to split-gates facing each other and constricting the channel between.

Electrical control of single spin, photon, and charge of NV center in diamond

2017.02.15

Norikazu Mizuochi, Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University

NV centers in diamond has been significantly interested in the field of quantum information and sensing with high sensitivity. Recently, we focus on researches of an electrical control of single spin, a single photon emission, and charges of the NV center.

Inducing lattice strain in graphene for modulation of electron transport

2017.01.11

Akinobu Kanda, Univerwsity of Tsukuba

Graphene is a two dimensional crystal of carbon atoms. Among a lot of fascinating properties of graphene, our research focuses on the effect of lattice strain on electron transport.