Tokyo Institute of Technology, Quantum Nanoelectronics Research Center, Assistant Professor
The aim of this study is to realize a novel device functioning information processing by utilizing spin-related interactions in nanoscale semiconductors such as quantum dot arrays. Especially the main targets are demonstration of spin-based quantum information devices in silicon and study of frustrate physics in quantum spin states. In the ‘frustrate system in artificial atoms’ where the spin-related interactions are controllable, nonequilibrium dynamics such as memory effects is studied. This study can lead to a guideline for developing new materials and devices toward next generation nanoscale system.