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Laser and Synchrotron Research Center

Laser and Synchrotron Research Center (LASOR)develops new lasers with the extreme performance of ultra-precise, high intensity and ultra-short pulse lasers. The cutting edge soft X-ray beamline is also developed using synchrotron radiation. LASOR center is responsible for the advanced spectroscopy, such as ultra-high resolution photo-emission, time-resolved, spin-resolved spectroscopy, diffrac-tion, light scattering, imaging, microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy, by new coherent light sources based on laser and synchrotron technology over a wide spectrum range from terahertz to X-ray. In LASOR center, a variety of materials sciences for semiconductors, strongly-correlated materials, molecular materials, surface and interfaces, and bio-materials are studied as well as industrial science such as laser processing using advanced light sources and advanced spectroscopy. The aim of LASOR center is synthetic science for photon sciences and collaborations with materials science. Most of the research activities on the development of new lasers with extreme performance and the applica-tion to material science are studied in specially designed buildings D and E with large clean rooms and the isolated floor in Kashiwa Campus. On the other hand, the experi-ments utilizing the synchrotron radiation are performed at beamline BL07LSU in SPring-8 (Hyogo).


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KOBAYASHI, Yohei   Research Contents Group's Homepage
HARADA, Yoshihisa   Research Contents Group's Homepage
MATSUDA, Iwao   Research Contents Group's Homepage
AKIYAMA, Hidefumi (*) Research Contents Group's Homepage
ITATANI, Jiro   Research Contents Group's Homepage
KONDO, Takeshi   Research Contents Group's Homepage Japanese Only
MATSUNAGA, Ryusuke   Research Contents Group's Homepage
OKAZAKI, Kozo   Research Contents Group's Homepage Japanese Only
KIMURA, Takashi   Research Contents Group's Homepage
INOUE, Keiichi (*) Research Contents Group's Homepage
       
Synchrotron Radiation Lab.      
(*) concurrent with Functional Materials Group