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Researcher's Profile

Professor
Satoshi IWAMOTO

Micro Device Engineering

E-mail: iwamotoiis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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2019 Research book (PDF: 1.1MB)

Biography

2002.03  Ph.D., Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo (UTokyo)
2002.09  Research Associate, Institute of Industrial Science, UTokyo
2003.07  Lecture, Institute of Industrial Science, UTokyo
2003.09  Lecture, RCAST, UTokyo
2007.10  Associate Professor, RCAST, UTokyo
2009.04  Associate Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, UTokyo
2019.04  Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, UTokyo
2019.05  Professor, RCAST, UTokyo

Award
2001.03  Young Scientist Award of The Japan Society of Applied Physics
2005.09  International Conference on Solid State Devices and Materials Best Paper Award
2009.03  IEICE Electronics Society Activity Testimonial
2012.04  The Young Scientists’ Prize, the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan
2013.03  IEICE Electronics Society Activity Testimonial
2017.04  APEX/JJAP Editorial Contribution Award
2018.10  The 23rd Microoptics Conference, Best Paper Award
2019.03  IEICE Electronics Society Activity Testimonial

Research Interests

Photonic nanostructures and topological wave engineering
Photonic crystals are artificial optical materials possessing a wavelength-scale periodic structure in refractive index. Novel optical functionalities and unique optical phenomena can be realized using photonic crystals. Our research focuses on the control of light and light-matter interactions by using photonic nanostructures including photonic crystals, especially, aiming at the development of novel light-emitting devices and quantum optical devices. We are also interested in the generation of unconventional optical beams, such as optical vortexes and Poincare beams, utilizing photonic nanostructures and in their applications. Moreover, we are exploring topological wave engineering aiming at realizing novel control of light, sound, and elastic waves using the concept of topology. We expect the unique features will lead breakthroughs of the device technologies in various fields.

Prof. Iwamoto
Fig.1  Semiconductor Photonic Crystals


Prof. Iwamoto
Fig.2  Semiconductor Photonic Crystals Control of light and elastic wave based on the concept of topology

Keyword

Photonic Nanostructure, Topology, Optical Cavity, Laser, Quantum Optics

Edudational Systems

  • Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, Graduate school of Engineering
  • Department of Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate school of Engineering


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