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Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Materials

Quantum Engineering of Low-Dimensional Materials
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Our research is conducted at the intersection of nanotechnology, materials science, and photophysics. We intoroduce quantum nanostructures in one- and two-dimensional materials such as carbon nanotubes and atomically thin layers to understand the physical phenomena. Our goal is to apply these insights to quantum techonology, aiming to enrich our lives.

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A carbon nanotube with a diameter of 1 nm, suspended across a trench

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Participated 7th project meeting in Science of 2.5 Dimensional Materials
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Kozawa participated to the 7th project meeting in Science of 2.5 Dimensional Materials at Kyoto University.
Amelie joined as the internship of the IRTE program
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Amelie Deshazer from Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has started a 3-month summer internship as part of the IRTE program.
Participated in the 15th Canon Foundation Presentation Ceremony
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Previous Nextsads We will continue to promote research that contributes to society by making the most of the opportunities available through our research grants.
Nan publishes his work on interface excitons in mixed-dimensional heterostructures in Nature Communications
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interface excitons in mixed-dimensional heterostructures Nan’s paper on interface excitons in mixed-dimensional heterostructures is published in Nature Communications.
Preprint on upconversion photolulminescence in carbon nanotubes
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Daichi posts an arXiv preprint on intrinsic upconversion photoluminescence in carbon nanotubes.
Shun publishes his work on van der Waals decoration of ultra-high-Q silica microcavities in Nano Letters
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van der Waals Decoration of Ultra-High-Q Silica Microcavities Shun’s paper on van der Waals decoration of ultra-high-Q silica microcavities is published in Nano Letters.