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    Opto-Quantum System Area[Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor SHIRAGA Hiroyuki   Associate Professor KAWANAKA Junji   Assistant Professor TSUBAKIMOTO Koji
    We work on "laser" as a key technology in the era of light, including high-power laser and its applications.Research on laser component, laser system design, nonlinear optics, coherent control, laser-matter interaction, controle and diagnostics of laser fusion plasma are being performed.

    Radiation-Hydrodynamics and Laser-Matter Interaction Area[Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor MURAKAMI Masakatsu
    Various non-linear phenomena found in laser-produced plasma are studied by means of simulation, theory, and experiments. In particular, interactions between ultra-intense ultra-short laser pulses and solid target are of central interest. Individual topics are, for example, laser fusion, proton beam generation by intense laser with nanotubes, neutron production, and relativistic plasma expansion.

    High-Density Plasma Physics Area[Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor YOSHIMURA Masashi
    Scientific bases for the engineering researches on the inertial confinement fusion by high power laser, the future energy source, and high energy density physics have been established and the basic physics on the high energy astronomical phenomena and for the laser plasma applications are explored by using the developed technologies on the GEKKO-XII and LFEX laser system.

    Department of Reasoning for Intelligence[Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor WASHIO Takashi   Associate Professor KAWAHARA Yoshinobu   Assistant Professor SUGIYAMA Mahito
    Massive data obtained from networks and sensors contain useful but also useless information. However, data analysis manually performed without using any tools to extract the useful information is powerless. Our laboratory studies novel reasoning mechanisms for extracting/discovering the useful knowledge from the massive data by using computers. These technologies are called machine learning, data mining and knowledge discovery. We also apply these techniques to practical fields including science, information network, quality and risk management, medicine, security, marketing, energy, finance and so on.

    Department of Knowledge Science [The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor KOMATANI Kazunori   Associate Professor KOZAKI Kouji   Assistant Professor TAKEDA Ryu
    To realize human-friendly robots and computers, the spoken dialogue function is inevitable. We study dialogue systems using the speech recognition technology. Our target includes not only verbal communication but also utterance timing and social aspects in dialogues. We have also been involved in the ontology engineering, which organizes human knowledge and describes it in a machine-readable format.

    Depatment of Quantum system electronics [The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor OIWA Akira   Associate Professor HASEGAWA Shigehiko   Assistant Professor KIYAMA Haruki
    Quantum system electronics group studies quantum information processing using the quantum mechanical nature of electron spins and photons, and spintronics based on the development and hybridization of optical, electrical and spin materials. We investigate the growth and characterization of high quality materials and perform precise quantum transport measurements. Aim of our research is the realization of novel phenomena emerging in quantum nano-structures that can control the photon, electron and spin degrees of freedom.

    Research Division of Fundamental Technology[Research Center for Ultra-High Voltage Electron Microscopy]

    Associate Professor NISHI Ryuji   Associate Professor YAMASAKI Jun
    To realize quantitative and automated 3D observations of micron-sized functional materials in UHVEM, theoretical/experimental analyses of the transmission ability of high energy electrons and development of the recording system are studied. Another research interest is aberration-corrected electron optics, which is theoretically analyzed for further improvements and applied to atomistic observations of semiconductor interfaces. As a future imaging method using electron beams, electron diffractive imaging is also studied.

    Terahertz Photonics Area[Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor TONOUCHI Masayoshi   Associate Professor MURAKAMI Hironaru   Associate Professor KAWAYAMA Iwao
    Our main area of research interests are
    (1)Exploring terahertz (THz) science and THz functionalities in advanced electronic materials.
    (2)Development of novel THz devices and systems for sensing, imaging, and other analysing systems.
    The advanced materials include quantum/nano materials, semiconductors, strongly correlated electron systems, superconductors,bio-molecules, etc.
    We also concentrate power on the grobal education of the students using our international colaboration network.

    Ultra-Intense Photonics Area[Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor MIYANAGA Noriaki   Associate Professor NAKATA Yoshiki   Associate Professor FUJIMOTO Yasushi   Associate Professor TOKITA Shigeki
    Recently the femtosecond laser is opening up a variety of application fields. In this laboratory, we are developing an intense few cycle laser system by combining the cutting-edge femtosecond technology and the laser-diode-pumped high-power solid-state laser. This technology is very useful to the advanced material processing, the creation of artificial materials (metamaterial), the understanding of ultra-fast phenomena and the next-generation laser particle acceleration.

    Quantum Beam Generation and Control Area[Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor NISHIMURA Hiroaki   Associate Professor YOGO Akifumi
    This laboratory is collaborating with the division of electrical, electronic and information engineering in the graduate school of engineering. We are exploring a plasma created with leading-edge high power lasers such as Gekko XII and LFEX lasers of ILE for innovation and technologies : (1) new light source for the next- generation semiconductor device production, (2) intense light and particle beams generation and (3) Fusion energy with laser.


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