Miyajima Laboratory, Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Science, Tokyo University of Science

Miyajima Laboratory

  Our laboratory researches the dynamics, energy levels, spin states of electrons, holes and excitons for a variety of materials and structures composed of such materials in the view point of light-matter interaction. Furthermore, we try to generate and control their optical functionalities, e.g., optical nonlinearities, ultrafast response, photo-induced magnetism, and peculiar optical phenomena. For example, we study exciton-exciton interactions and their excited states in a semiconductor quantum dot, generation of superfluorescence from quantum dot assemblies, and photo-induced magnetization of a semimagnetic semiconductor.


■ Address
6-3-1 Niijuku,
Tokyo, 125-8585 JAPAN

(ex: 1770 : Miyajima)
(ex: 1771 : Ishihara)