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Research interests

Research Topics

  • Nikon Imaging Center
    Fluorescence Radial Fluctuation enables two-photon super resolution microscopy.
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Peeling off single-crystalline thermoelectric oxide films
  • Laboratory of Mathematical and Physical Ethology
    Nematodes joy ride across electric voltages
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Solid-state thermal transistor demonstrated —An effective, stable solid-state electrochemical transistor has been developed, heralding a new era in thermal management technology.—
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Clarification of the origin of high electron mobility for ultra-high-definition display materials —A big step toward realizing ultra-high mobility transparent oxide thin film transistors exceeding 100 cm2/Vs—
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Practical thermoelectric material that shows stable performance at high temperatures in air is discovered — Oxide thermoelectric material with good reproducibility and high performance at a practical level —
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Turn an insulator into a high-temperature superconductor with a single electric switch! — A big step forward in the development of all-solid-state superconducting devices that do not use electrolytes —
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    A discovery that defied common wisdom! A single-crystal that is less likely to transfer heat than a polycrystalline — Guidelines for designing low thermal conductivity materials —
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Record-high room temperature thermoelectric figure of merit for metal oxides — Great expectations for the realization of stable and practical thermoelectric conversion materials —
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    Laboratory of Molecular Device
    (example2)Reversible changes in the orientation of gold nanorod arrays on polymer brushes
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Transparent Transistor that Transmits Deep Ultraviolet — Novel Biosensor —
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Caught a glimpse of the operation mechanism of advanced memory device!
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Electron sandwich doubles thermoelectric performance
  • Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Thermoelectric energy conversion using blue LED material —New design guideline toward high performance thermoelectric material—
  • Laboratory of Nanostructured Functional Materials
    Discovery of a new physical phenomenon “inverse tunnel magnetocapacitance (iTMC)” —Laboratory of Nanostructured Functional Materials—
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    Laboratory of Experimental Mathematics
    Building trust, not hate: When people know each other, cooperation is more likely than conflict
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    Laboratory of Molecule & Life Nonlinear Sciences
    Single Molecule Chemo-mechanics of the Rotary Motor Protein F1-ATPase: A Nano-scale Key-and-Unlock Mechanism
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    Laboratory of Functional Thin Film Materials
    Development of all-solid-state thin-film device for on-demand control both of IR transmittance and conductivity at room temperature —Progress toward the realization of smart window—
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    Laboratory of Molecule & Life Nonlinear Sciences
    Successfully developed a novel method to extract molecular states and their network from noisy single molecule time series data
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    Associate Professor Li Chun Biu at RIES, Hokkaido University was awarded with a scientific research grant from an internationally renowned organization and is the only awardee in the field of mathematical science in the country.
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    Laboratory of Coherent X-ray Optics
    DNA, the blueprint of life, is stored “in a rather random fashion”
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    Facts and Artifacts
    Dynamic Disorder in Single Enzyme Experiments
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    Laboratory of Nanophotonics
    Observation of the promotion of an optical generation process in a semiconductor by injecting Cooper pairs
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    Laboratory of Smart Molecules
    New strategy for dynamically generating a central chirality
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    Laboratory of Quantum Information Photonics
    Optical quantum circuit combining switches working at the single-photon level!
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