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Division of Nanoscale Science

A wide range of phenomena from atomic or molecular processes at solid surfaces to quantum transport in infinite systems are listed as the subjects of nanoscale science. The prosperity of such fields are sustained by the development of ultra-thin film growth, nano-fabrication, various surface characterization, local measurements with scanning probe microscopes, etc. In Division of Nanoscale Science, we integrate such techniques to study various subjects such as

  • nanoscale-photoQuantum and spin transport in artificial nanoscale or hybrid systems,
  • Study of local electronic states and transport by scanning probe microscopes,
  • Transport, magnetism and other properties of novel materials at solid surfaces,
  • Microscopic analysis of dynamical processes such as chemical reaction at surfaces, and creation of new material phases,
  • Epitaxial growth of ultra-thin films and device applications.

KATSUMOTO, Shingo   Research Contents Group's Homepage
OTANI, Yoshichika   Research Contents Group's Homepage
HASEGAWA, Yukio   Research Contents Group's Homepage
LIPPMAA, Mikk   Research Contents Group's Homepage
YOSHINOBU, Jun (*1) Research Contents Group's Homepage
MIWA, Shinji (*2) Research Contents Group's Homepage
(*1) concurrent with Functional Materials Group
(*2) concurrent with Quantum Materials Group