Takuya Iida
Dynamics Control of Nano-composite Materials by Designed Light Fields

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research Center,
Research Institutes for the Twenty-First Century,
Osaka Prefecture University
Special Lecturer (Tenure Track Lecturer)

Research Achievements
Light-induced force plays important roles in the microscopic world. In our recent theoretical work, it has been revealed that quantum mechanical force arises between spatially separated nano-objects under the irradiation of laser light with the particular conditions.
Paying attention to this phenomenon, in this study, the researcher explores the guiding principles to control the dynamics of nano-composite by changing the balance between the inter-nanostructure force and the fluctuation under light fields of designed properties.
The principles will open the door to the manipulation, fabrication, and observation techniques of nano-composite materials with novel optical functions.