Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Science of Nanoscale Systems and their Device Applications
Poster Titles

Frontiers in Nanoscale Science and Technology
University of Tokyo
Komaba Research Campus
Convention Hall

March 29-31, 2007


Group A Imaging and Nanoelectronics (Thursday March 29, 16:20-19:00)


A1: Imaging of Quantum Transport within InGaAs-QPC via Scanning Gate Microscopy
N. Aoki, C. R. da Cunha, R. Akis, and D. K. Ferry, and Y. Ochiai
Department of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering, Chiba University, Japan

A2: Imaging One Electron Double Quantum Dots in InAs/InP Nanowires
E. E. Boyd, H. J. Trodahl, A. Bleszynski, L. E. Froberg, L. Samuelson, and R. M. Westervelt
Physics Department, Harvard University, USA

A3: Differential Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy
E. Cubukcu, A. Ozcan, A. Bilenca, K. B. Crozier, B. E. Bouma, G. J. Tearney, and F. Capasso
DEAS, Harvard University, USA

A4: Real-space Spectroscopy of Spin and Landau Levels in the Integer Quantum Hall Regime
K. Hashimoto, C. Sohrmann, M. Morgenstern, J. Wiebe, R. A. Roemer, and R. Wiesendanger
Institute of Applied Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany; Department of Physics and Centre for Scientific Computing, University of Warwick, UK; II. Institute of Physics B, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

A5: Imaging Fringes in Magnetic Focusing of Electron Waves
M. Muluneh, R. Westervelt, R. Parrot, E. Heller, M. Hanson, and A. Gossard
Physics Department, Harvard University, USA

A6: Imaging One-Electron Quantum Dots in an InAs/InP Nanowire
H. J. Trodahl, E. E. Boyd, A. Bleszynski, L. E. Froberg, L. Samuelson, and R. M. Westervelt
Physics Department, Harvard University, USA

A7: STM and STS Study of Single Lutetium Endohedral Metallofullerene on Alkanethiol Self-assembled Monolayer
Y. Yasutake, K. Kono , N. Kobayashi, H. Umemoto, Y. Ito, H. Okimoto, H. Shinohara, and Y. Majima
Department of Physical Electronics, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

A8: Kondo Universality for a QD Contacted by Superconducting Leads
C. Buizert, A. Oiwa, K. Shibata, K. Hirakawa, and S. Tarucha
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A9: THz Response of Carbon Nanotube Quantum Dots
T. Fuse, Y. Kawano, S. Toyokawa, Y. Aoyagi, and Koji Ishibashi
RIKEN, Japan

A10: Controlled Electromigration with Voltage Pulse
T. Hayashi and T. Fujisawa
NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan

A11: Energetics of Field Induced VO2-based Switching Devices
S. Hormoz, D. Ruzmetov, V. Narayanamurti, and S. Ramanathan
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, USA

A12: Observation of Strongly Anisotropic g-factor for a Single Self-assembled InAs Quantum Dot
Y. Igarashi, M. Jung, M. Yamamoto, A. Oiwa, T. Machida, K. Hirakawa, and S. Tarucha
Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A13: Spin-Dependent Electron Transport through Single Self-Assembled InAs Quantum Dot Coupled to Ferromagnetic Lead
T. Kajiyama, A. Oiwa, C. Buizert, K. Yoshida, K. Hirakawa, and S. Tarucha
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A14: Magnetotransport through Hole-antidot Arrays
N. Kang, K. Suzuki, S. Katsumoto, and Y. Iye
Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A15: Integration of Organic Semiconducting Nano-materials and Polymer Actuators and their Application
Y. Kato, T. Sekitani, M. Takamiya, M. Doi, K. Asaka, T. Sakurai, and T. Someya
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A16: Tunable Local Electron Distribution in a Reservoir for Mesoscopic Devices
T. Kobayashi, S. Sasaki, T. Fujisawa, Y. Tokura, and T. Akazaki
NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan

A17: Direct Observation of Local Magnetic Field Produced by Nanoscale Magnet
M. Kudo, M. Kaneko, S. Sato, J. Harada, S. Watanabe, S. Sasaki, N. Isogai, and Y. Matsumoto
Department of Materials Science and Technology, Niigata University, Japan

A18Orbital Anisotropy and Hund's Coupling Manipulation of a Few Electron Four-gated Quantum Dot
S. Amaha, T. Hatano, T. Kubo, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

A19: Electron Transport through Single and Double Quantum Dots in Silicon MOS Structures
H.W. Liu, T. Fujisawa, Y. Ono, A. Fujiwara, H. Inokawa, K. Takashina, and Y. Hirayama
NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan

A20: Detection of Localized State via Non-locally Coupled Quantum Point Contacts
T. Morimoto, N. Yumoto, Y. Ujiie, N. Aoki, Y. Yoon,J. P. Bird, and Y. Ochiai
Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, SUNY Buffalo, USA

A21: Flexible Pentacene Thin-film Transistors with Triple Layer Dielectric
J. H. Na, M. Kitamura, D. Lee, and Y. Arakawa
RCAST and Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo , Japan

A22: Suppression of Spin Kondo Effect in a Laterally Coupled Double Quantum Dot
T. Kubo, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

A23Heterostructure Semiconductor Nanowire Devices
H. A. Nilsson, C. Thelander, L. Fröberg, J. Wagner, A. I. Persson, A. Löfgren, H. Linke, and L. Samuelson
Solid State Physics and The Nanometer Structure Consortium, Lund University, Sweden; Materials Chemistry / nCHREM, Lund University, Sweden; Materials Science Institute and Physics Department, University of Oregon, USA

A24Printing Technologies for Organic Transistors with Nano-scale Structure
Y. Noguchi, T. Sekitani, and T. Someya
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A25Low Temperature Tansport in the Small Crossing-region of Two Carbon Nanotubes
Y. Ochiai, T. Kawamura, Y. Yaguchi, N. Aoki, and J.P. Bird
Chiba University, Chiba, Japan, SUNY Buffalo, USA

A26: Lateral Electron Transport through Single Self-assembled InAs Quantum Dots on GaAs Surfaces Probed by Nanogap Electrodes
K. Shibata, M. Jung, K. Hirakawa, T. Machida, S. Ishida, Y. Arakawa, and H. Sakaki
Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

A27: Hall Effect Measurements on Polycrystalline Pentacene Thin-film Transistors on Plastic Films
Y. Takamatsu, T. Sekitani, and T. Someya
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A28Anomalous Enhancement of a Shot Noise in the Coherent Transport
Y. Tokura, H. Nakano, and T. Kubo
Optical Science Laboratory, NTT Basics Research laboratories, Japan

A29Direction Controlled Coulomb Drag in Coupled One-Dimensional Wires
M. Yamamoto, M. Stopa, Y. Hirayama, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

A30Anomalous transport in non-equilibrium Quantum Point Contacts
N. Yumoto, T. Morimoto, Y. Ujiie, N. Aoki, J. P. Bird, and Y. Ochiai
Electronics and Mechanical Engineering, Chiba University, Japan

A31Growth, Properties, and Applications of Semimetallic Nanoparticles Epitaxially Embedded in III-V Semiconductors
J. M.O. Zide, D. O. Klenov, J. M. LeBeau, S. Stemmer, and A. C. Gossard
Materials Department, University of California Santa Barbara, USA

A32Single Crystal Schottky Junctions for Low-noise Diodes and Gates
J. D. Zimmerman, A. C. Young, M. P. Hanson, E. R. Brown, and A. C. Gossard
Materials Department, University of California Santa Barbara, USA

 

Group B Photonics and Quatum Information Processing (Friday March 30, 11:40-1:40)

B1: Photo-rectification in Asymmetric Metallic Photonic Crystal Slabs
T. Hatano, M. Iwanaga , and  T. Ishihara
Tohoku University, FRS RIKEN, Japan

B2: Annealing Effect on Spectral Linewidth of Hexagonal Gallium Nitride Quantum Dots
T. Kawano, S. Kako, C. Kindel, and Y. Arakawa
RCAST, Institute of Industrial Science, and CINQIE, University of Tokyo, Japan

B3: Fabrication and Characterization of Photonic Crystal Nanocavity with Degenerated Cavity Modes for Generating Entangled Photon Pairs Using Quantum Dots
Y. Ota, M. Nomura, N. Kumagai, K. Watanabe, S. Ishida, S. Iwamoto, M. Shirane, S. Kono, S. Yorozu, and Y. Arakawa
RCAST, University of Tokyo, Japan

B4: Preparation for Single Photon Polarization to Single Electron Spin Conversion in a Quantum Dot
A. Pioda, E. Totoki, A. Oiwa, and S. Tarucha
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

B5: Infrared Plasmon Resonance in III-V / Rare Earth-V Nanocrystal Composite Materials
M.A. Scarpulla, M.P. Hanson, E.R. Brown, and A.C. Gossard
Materials Department, University of California Sant Barbara, USA

B6: Coupled-Antenna Arrays for New Optical Fiber Devices
E. J. Smythe, E. Cubukcu, and F. Capasso
HSEAS, Harvard University, USA

B7: Spin Fine Structures of a Single Quantum Dot Studied by Photocurrent Spectroscopy
H. Takagi, T. Nakaoka, K. Watanabe, N. Kumagai, S. Iwamoto, and Y. Arakawa
Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

B8: Electrically Detected Indirect Exciton in Semiconductor Double Quantum Dot
K. Takahashi, N. Ko, K. Kono, S. Tarucha, H. Kosaka, and K. Ono
Low temperature Physics Laboratory, RIKEN, Japan

B9: Experimental Demonstration of High Q-factor Photonic Crystal H1-defect Nanocavities AfterClosing of Photonic Bandgap
A. Tandaechanurat, S. Iwamoto, M. Nomura, K. Watanabe, N. Kumagai, and Y. Arakawa
RCAST, Institute of Industrial Science, and CINQIE, University of Tokyo, Japan

B10: Adiabatic Quantum Pumping at the Josephson Frequency
J. Tobiska, S. Russo, T. M. Klapwijk, and A. F. Morpurgo
Quantum Optical State Control Research Group, NTT Basic Research Laboratories, Japan

B11: Temperature Dependence of Gain Characteristics in p-doped 1.3-mm InAs Quantum Dot Laser
T. Yukitake, M. Ishida, N. Hatori, H. Sudo, T. Yamamoto, Y. Nakata, H. Ebe, M. Sugawara, and Y. Arakawa
RCAST, University of Tokyo, Japan

B12Electrical Tuning of g-factor in Single Self-assembled Quantum Dot
T. Nakaoka, S. Tarucha, and Y. Arakawa
Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan; Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan; ICORP JST, Japan

B13Single Photon Response in a GaAs Single Quantum Dot for Photon-spin Quantum State Transfer
T. Kutsuwa, K. Ono, S.Komiyama, O. Astafiev, and H. Kosaka
Tohoku University, CREST JST, Japan

B14:  Stability Diagram of Laterally coupled Vertical Triple Quantum Dot Devices
S.Amaha, T.Hatano, T.Kubo, Y.Tokura, D.G.Austing, and S.Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

B15Gate-controlled Electron Spin Resonance in a GaAs Double Quantum Dot
C. Barthel, E. Laird, C. Marcus, M. P. Hanson, and A. C. Gossard
Physics Department, Harvard University, USA

B16: ExcitationSpectroscopy of a Few-electron Double Quantum Dot
T. Hatano, Y. Tokura, S. Amaha, T. Kubo, and  S. Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

B17Single Electron Spin Resonance with a Quantum Dot under a Dc Current Induced Slanting Zeeman Field
K. Hitachi, M. Pioro-Ladrière, C. Buizert, E. Totoki, A. Pioda, A. Oiwa,Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

B18The Spin Selection Rules in Transitions from Doublet to Triplet States
S. M. Huang, H. Akimoto, K. Kono, J. J. Lin, S. Tarucha, and K. Ono
Low temperature physics laboratory, RIKEN, Japan

B19Magneto-transport Properties of Vertical Quantum Dot with Al2O3Gate Insulator
T. Kita, D. Chiba, Y. Ohno, and H. Ohno
Tohoku University, Japan

B20: Reentrant Behavior of Two-electron Spin Exchange Energy Proved by Onset Magnetic Field of Nuclear Spin Polarization
N. Ko, K. Takahashi, K. Kono, S. Tarucha, and K. Ono
Low temperature Physics Laboratory, RIKEN, Japan

B21Zeeman-induced Singlet-Triplet Transition in Vertical Double Quantum Dots
T. Kodera, K. Ono, S. Amaha, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
Department of Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

B22Pseudo-spin Dynamics in Aharonov-Bohm Interferometer Containing a Laterally Coupled Double Quantum Dot
T. Kubo, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

B23: Microwave-band On-chip Coil Technique for Single Electron Spin Resonance with Quantum Dots
T. Obata, M. Pioro-Ladrière, T. Kubo, K. Yoshida, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

B24: Spin-singlet Transient Currents in Pauli-spin-blocked Double Quantum Dots
K. Ono, K. Takahashi, N. Ko, K. Kono, Y. Hirayama, and S. Tarucha
Low temperature Physics Laboratory, RIKEN, Japan

B25: Electronic States in Quantum Dots Side-coupled to Quantum Wires
T. Otsuka, E. Abe, S. Katsumoto, and Y. Iye
Institute for Solid State Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

B26: Aharonov-Bohm Oscillations in Laterally Coupled Vertical Double Quantum Dots
Y. S. Shin,T. Hatano, S. Amaha, T. Kubo, Y. Tokura, and S. Tarucha
ICORP JST, Japan

B27: Charge Read-out in a Vertical Quantum Dot
K. Zaitsu, Y. Kitamura, and S. Tarucha
Department of Applied Physics, University of Tokyo, Japan

 

  

  Last Modified March 27, 2007 by the NSEC Office.