HIRAYAMA Nuclear Spin Electronics

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Research Director: Yoshiro HIRAYAMA
Professor, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University
Research Term: 2007-2014

Present day advanced information technologies are base on the nature of electronic charges or spins. On the other hand, a spin in the atomic nuclei (nuclear spin) is apt to hold quantum state long time due to well preservative nuclear spin coherence. Therefore, it is expected to be utilized for many applications including quantum computer. However, such application is limited due to the difficulties in its precise control. In this project, we will pursue the manipulating technique of the nuclear spins and ultra-high-sensitive NMR using semiconductor quantum wells and nanomaterials. The final goal is to establish completely new field of electronics where nuclear spins play an important role. This research will contribute to the innovation of the information and communications technology.

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6-3 Aramaki aza Aoba, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, 980-8578 JAPAN

Tohoku University
Graduate School of Science
Department of Physics Solid-State Quantum Transport Group
4F Rigaku-Sogo-Toh, Room 448

Phone: +81 (0) 22 795 3880

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