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24Division of Advanced Electronicsand Optical ScienceArea ofSolid State ElectronicsNano-electronics Group■Prof.:Akira SAKAI■Assoc.Prof.:Yoshiaki NAKAMURA■Assis.Prof.:Shotaro TAKEUCHIThe nanoelectronics group focuses on the research and education of science and technology associated with thin lm and nano-structure growth of novel electronic and optoelectronic materials, atomic scale characterization of material properties, and nano-scale fabrication and substrate engineering for next generation Si-ULSI and nanoelectronics.Optoelectronics Group■Prof.:Hiroaki OKAMOTO■Assoc.Prof.:Kiminori HATTORI■Assis.Prof.:Yasushi SOBAJIMAWith the objective to develop novel thin-lm based optoelectronic devices including high eciency solar cells and high performance display panels, the semi-conductor optoelectronic group is involved in a sys-tematic research program consisting of material preparation (mostly amorphous and nano-crystalline Si thin lms), characterization of electronic proper-ties, optimum design of materials and device struc-tures based on the device physics consideration.Nano-physics Device Group■Assoc.Prof.:Takeshi KANASHIMA■Assis.Prof.:Yuichiro ANDOStudy on novel spintronics using group-IV elements (C, Si, Ge) is the main research target of this group. The following subjects are main research topics: (1) Molecular spintronics using graphene, carbon nano-tubes, fullerenes and organic molecules, (2) Silicon-based spintronics, (3) Germanium-based spintronics, (4) Understanding of basic physics of spin transport in condensed matters and (5) Application of novel physical phenomena, such as a pure spin current and the inverse spin Hall eect, for fabricating novel functional devices. Area of Advanced QuantumDevices and ElectronicsAdvanced Quantum Device System Group■Prof.:Hideo ITOZAKI■Assoc.Prof.:Hideo AKABA■Assis.Prof.:Yuji MIYATOResearch and development of quantum sensing tech-nologies such as high sensitive magnetic sensing with superconducting quantum interference devices, material inspection with nuclear magnetic resonance or nuclear quadrupole resonance, and liquid scanning with near infrared absorption spectroscopy. (These technologies will be useful for various applications of non-destructive testing and stand-o sensing repre-sented by baggage screening in security check.)Advanced Quantum Information Device Group■Prof.:Masahiro KITAGAWA■Assis.Prof.:Akinori KAGAWA, Makoto NEGOROThe group is engaged in the pioneering research of quantum computers which may revolutionize infor-mation processing by taking full advantage of quan-tum mechanics. The group focuses on the research, development and education of quantum information devices for nuclear and/or electron spins in mol-ecules and novel NMR / ESR methodology and devices.Area of Optical ElectronicsMicrowave Photonics Group■Prof.:Yasuyuki OKAMURA■Assoc.Prof.:Hiroshi MURATA■Assis.Prof.:Hidehisa SHIOMIAdvanced planar antennas, ultra-high-speed optical modulators, optical integrated circuits, and light scat-tering are investigated and developed for novel microwave/millimeter wave photonics systems, advanced optical measurement systems, and imaging systems.Information Photonics Group■Prof.:Tadao NAGATSUMA■Assoc.Prof.:Masayuki FUJITA■Assis.Prof.:Shintaro HISATAKEThe future prospects for society in the twenty rst century is to construct a stable network of information and energy with high quality. This division is devoted rstly to the creation and innovation of new structures, new phenomena and new functions related to electronic and photonic devices, and the elucidation of physics of materials used in the devices. Next, advanced research and development of process technology and device design are being carried out widely. Moreover, the smart system, utilizing the developed devices, is created for the human interface. By education through these research, excellent researchers and technical experts supporting future science and civilization as well as fusion of science and technology are cultivated.24Division of Advanced Electronicsand Optical ScienceArea ofSolid State ElectronicsNano-electronics Group■Prof.:Akira SAKAI■Assoc.Prof.:Yoshiaki NAKAMURA■Assis.Prof.:Shotaro TAKEUCHIThe nanoelectronics group focuses on the research and education of science and technology associated with thin lm and nano-structure growth of novel electronic and optoelectronic materials, atomic scale characterization of material properties, and nano-scale fabrication and substrate engineering for next generation Si-ULSI and nanoelectronics.Optoelectronics Group■Prof.:Hiroaki OKAMOTO■Assoc.Prof.:Kiminori HATTORI■Assis.Prof.:Yasushi SOBAJIMAWith the objective to develop novel thin-lm based optoelectronic devices including high eciency solar cells and high performance display panels, the semi-conductor optoelectronic group is involved in a sys-tematic research program consisting of material preparation (mostly amorphous and nano-crystalline Si thin lms), characterization of electronic proper-ties, optimum design of materials and device struc-tures based on the device physics consideration.Nano-physics Device Group■Assoc.Prof.:Takeshi KANASHIMA■Assis.Prof.:Yuichiro ANDOStudy on novel spintronics using group-IV elements (C, Si, Ge) is the main research target of this group. The following subjects are main research topics: (1) Molecular spintronics using graphene, carbon nano-tubes, fullerenes and organic molecules, (2) Silicon-based spintronics, (3) Germanium-based spintronics, (4) Understanding of basic physics of spin transport in condensed matters and (5) Application of novel physical phenomena, such as a pure spin current and the inverse spin Hall eect, for fabricating novel functional devices. Area of Advanced QuantumDevices and ElectronicsAdvanced Quantum Device System Group■Prof.:Hideo ITOZAKI■Assoc.Prof.:Hideo AKABA■Assis.Prof.:Yuji MIYATOResearch and development of quantum sensing tech-nologies such as high sensitive magnetic sensing with superconducting quantum interference devices, material inspection with nuclear magnetic resonance or nuclear quadrupole resonance, and liquid scanning with near infrared absorption spectroscopy. (These technologies will be useful for various applications of non-destructive testing and stand-o sensing repre-sented by baggage screening in security check.)Advanced Quantum Information Device Group■Prof.:Masahiro KITAGAWA■Assis.Prof.:Akinori KAGAWA, Makoto NEGOROThe group is engaged in the pioneering research of quantum computers which may revolutionize infor-mation processing by taking full advantage of quan-tum mechanics. The group focuses on the research, development and education of quantum information devices for nuclear and/or electron spins in mol-ecules and novel NMR / ESR methodology and devices.Area of Optical ElectronicsMicrowave Photonics Group■Prof.:Yasuyuki OKAMURA■Assoc.Prof.:Hiroshi MURATA■Assis.Prof.:Hidehisa SHIOMIAdvanced planar antennas, ultra-high-speed optical modulators, optical integrated circuits, and light scat-tering are investigated and developed for novel microwave/millimeter wave photonics systems, advanced optical measurement systems, and imaging systems.Information Photonics Group■Prof.:Tadao NAGATSUMA■Assoc.Prof.:Masayuki FUJITA■Assis.Prof.:Shintaro HISATAKEThe future prospects for society in the twenty rst century is to construct a stable network of information and energy with high quality. This division is devoted rstly to the creation and innovation of new structures, new phenomena and new functions related to electronic and photonic devices, and the elucidation of physics of materials used in the devices. Next, advanced research and development of process technology and device design are being carried out widely. Moreover, the smart system, utilizing the developed devices, is created for the human interface. By education through these research, excellent researchers and technical experts supporting future science and civilization as well as fusion of science and technology are cultivated.

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