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Research subjects Name of laboratory Faculty/Department
Magnetism and electron transport phenomena of transition metal compounds; magnetoelectric effect of multiferroic materials Asai Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Investigation of phase change mechanisms of materials using light-scattering spectroscopy; detection of phenomena preceding melting of solids K. Abe Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Application of molecular magnetic materials; application of rare-earth complexes Ishida Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Research with flexible approach on novel ideas that will be mainstream in the future Ueda Laboratory Institute for Laser Science
Search for high-efficiency light-emitting semiconductors; creation of new nanomaterials Okuno Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Research on improvement and evaluation of fatigue strength and reliability of metals, and evaluation of fatigue and strength of micro-materials Matsumura Laboratory Department of Mechanical Engineering and Intelligent Systems, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Research on analytical methods in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) Kuwahara Laboratory Coordinated Center for UEC Research Facilities
Research on quantum electronics, molecular physics, and optical physics T. Kobayashi Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Crystal growth control of semiconductor quantum structures N. Kobayashi Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Neutral atom laser cooling and trapping; atom optics; development of optical tweezers Shimizu Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Interfacial friction of adsorbed films; quantum fluids and solids M. Suzuki Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Effective use of energy and discovery of harmless semiconductor materials K. Tanaka Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Organic photonics, nonlinear photonics, nanophotonics Tomita Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Creation and evaluation of nanosemiconductor materials aimed at realizing improved optical functionality Toyoda Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Research on atomic physics of highly charged ions; development of highly charged ion sources for such research N. Nakamura Laboratory Institute for Laser Science
Research on physical properties of nanoscale structures, nanomachine technologies, simulation of nanodevices, and materials design J.Nakamura Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Development of new quantum nonlinear optical processes using optical nanofiber Hakuta Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Research on the structure of materials; investigation of correlations between the structure and properties of materials; investigation of the luminescence mechanism of luminescent proteins Yasui Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Nanotechnology, semiconductor engineering, epitaxial growth, optoelectronic device, evaluation of surface properties Yamaguchi Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Research on atomic physics of highly charged ions; nanoscience research on applications for highly charged ions C. Yamada Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
Computational and mathematical analysis of atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics; analysis of quantum processes using atomic Bose-Einstein condensation (BEC) and attosecond light pulses S. Watanabe Laboratory Department of Engineering Science, Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering
 


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