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Germany <Cooperation with Each Country>

1) Research Area – “Optics and Photonics”

This call supports colloborative projects in the field of optics/photonics enabling international academic-industrial partnered research development through 4-member Japanese and German industry and academic research teams.

"Nanoelectronics" (concluded in 2014)

This program promotes joint research projects in the area of "nanoelectronics" including semiconductor nano-electronics, nanospintronics, molecular approaches for nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and so on.

3)Related Workshops, etc

Related Workshops, etc
Month/Year Place Description
November 2011 Sendai Japan-Germany Progress Seminar "Spin and Quantum Information"

4) Finished Projects


Research Leader in Japan
Research Leader in Germany
Quantum computing in isotopically engineered diamond
Junichi Isoya, Professor, Information and Media Studies, Graduate School of Library, University of Tsukuba
Jelezko Fedor, Department of Physics and Mathematics, Universitat Stuttgart

ASPIMATT: Advanced spintronic materials and transport phenomena
Yasuo Ando, Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University
Claudia Felser, Professor, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, University Mainz

Topological Electronics
Seigo Tarucha, Professor, Applied Physics, The Universty of Tokyo
Laurens W.Molenkamp, Professor, Physik EP3, Universitat Wurzburg, Experimentelle


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