Satoshi Katano,Associate Professor
Our main interest lies in studying the physical and chemical phenomena that take place in nanometerscale regions and their applications in nanophotoelectronic devices. Development of novel probing methods is also targeted.
Nano-photoelectronics (Prof. Uehara)
- Exploration of material properties of individual solid-state nano-structures in spatial, energy, and time axes.
- Development of STM light emission spectroscopy with ps time resolution.
- •Investigation of various electromagnetic phenomena in nanometer-scale spaces, and their engineering applications.
- Development of efficient and broad-band light sources and detectors.
Nano-photomolecular Electronics (Assoc. Prof. Katano)
- Optical excitation of a single atom and molecule.
- Controlling of the chemical reaction and geometry of a single molecule.
- Molecular electronics based on the nano molecular assembly.