Dynamics and coherence in condensed matter systems

Our group works in the field of optical physics and optical engineering. We use light as a tool to reveal and control the fundamental properties of materials.

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Latest News

A paper by K. Kato, S. Ueno (Both enrolled in a Master's course) and Y. Minowa et al. on Imaging-based feedback cooling of a levitated nanoparticle was published in the Review of Scientific Instruments. We have posted a press release of a paper on Visualization of quantized vortex reconnection enabled by laser ablation. A paper by S. Aoyagi (enrolled in a Master's course) and Y. Minowa et al. on Visualization of quantized vortex reconnection enabled by laser ablation was published in the Science Advances. Updated our group members. The research results on Optical trapping of nanoparticles in superfluid helium was reported in the Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, and Physics World. A paper on Optical trapping of nanoparticles in superfluid helium by X. Geng, K. Kokado(Both enrolled in a Master's course) and Y. Minowa has been published in the Optica. Mr. Makino (Ph. D. course) has received the best presentation award at the 34th Diamond Symposium. Updated our group members. A paper by N. Tanimoto (Master's student) et al. has been published in ”JJAP” A paper by Mr. Makino (Ph.D course) made the cover of "Diamond and Related Materials".

Nano-Material Manipulation and Structural Order Control with Optical Forces

This program aims at the realization of optical force technologies for mechanical manipulation (trapping, transportation, positioning, and aligning) of individual nano-objects.

Interactive Materials Science Cadet Program

Collaborative program designed to drive innovation in materials science research and business by preparing outstanding PhD students to assume leadership roles in industry, government, and academia.