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【Flagship Project】】 2items

Project NameProject LeaderInstitutePosition
Development of innovative sensor systems by highly sophisticated control of solid quantum sensors HATANO Mutsuko School of Engineering,Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology Professor
Innovations Medicine and Life Sciences through the Application of Quantum Technology BABA Yoshinobu Institute for Quantum Life Science (iQLS), National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology (QST) Director General

【Basic Foundation Research】 7 items

Project NameProject LeaderInstitutePosition
Establishment of earthquake early alert methods using highsensitivity gravity gradiometer ANDO Masaki Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo Associate Professor
Development of photonnumber-resolving quantum nano-photonics EDAMATSU Keiichi esearch Institute of Electrical Communication,Tohoku University Professor
Development of quantum atomic magnetometer with dual quantum noise squeezing SHIBATA Kosuke Physics Division,Department of Science,Gakushuin University Assistant Professor
Development of Spectroscopic techniques based on cutting-edge quantum optics toward elucidating functions of complex molecular systems SHIMIZU Ryosuke Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering, The University of Electro-Communications Professor
Research on quantum sensing devices using quantum entangled photons TAKEUCHI Shigeki Graduate School of Engineering,Kyoto University Professor
Material science of complex defects for highlysensitive quantum sensors TERAJI Tokuyuki Research Center for Functional Materials,National Institute for Materials Science Chief Researcher
Development of next generation highperformance inertial quantum sensors NAKAGAWA Ken'ichi Institute for Laser Science, University of Electro-Communications Professor

(Representative researchers are listed according to Japanese alphabetical order)

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