I received my B.E. in applied physics from Keio University, and my M. A. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from the University of California, Santa Barbara. During my Ph.D. study, I worked for Prof. David D. Awschalom in the Physics Department, focusing on electrical manipulation of electron spins in semiconductors. I did my postdoc with Hongjie Dai in the Chemistry Department at Stanford University, studying optoelectronic properties of carbon nanotubes. In 2007, I joined the Institute of Engineering Innovation at the University of Tokyo as an Associate Professor.
|2005||Ph.D., Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara
Advisor: Professor David D. Awschalom
Dissertation: "Electrical Manipulation of Electron Spin Coherence in Nonmagnetic Semiconductors"
|2003||M.A., Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara|
|2000||B.E., Applied Physics, Keio University|
|2007-||Associate Professor: Institute of Engineering Innovation, The University of Tokyo|
|2005-2007||Postdoctoral Scholar: Stanford University|
|2000-2005||Graduate Student Researcher: The University of California at Santa Barbara|