Research Fields

Subjects for graduate and undergraduate students


Thesis Titles

FY 2017

Master

Yuma Arai
"Voltage multiplication using a double-flux-quantum amplifier"
Kazuhiko Matumoto
"Single-electron charging effects in arrays of nanoparticles fabricated in resist grooves"

Bachelor

Yasutaka Tomioka
"Equivalent circuit models for free-standing lipid bilayer"
Tomoki Yagai
"Single-electron devices fabricated using arrays of gold nanoparticles on silane-modified substrates"
Kouki Yamazaki
"Single-Flux-Quantum PFM D/A converter integrated with code generator"

FY 2016

Doctor

Tran Thi Thu Huong
``Enhanced nonlinear electric properties and applications based on the Coulomb blockade phenomena in arrays of small tunnel junctions''

Bachelor

Shogo Takashima
``Correlation between electric properties and lifespans of lipid bilayer''
Komei Higuchi
``Dynamics of flux quanta in stacked 3-junction superconducting loops''
Makoto Moribayashi
``Electrical properties of random arrays of Au nanoparticles''

FY 2015

Master

Kazunao Sawada
``Sequential SFQ read-only-memory''
Tomoki Watanabe
``Bipolar SFQ digital-to-analog converter''

Bachelor

Syunsuke Fujioka
``Electrical properties of lipid bilayers''
Kazuhiko Matumoto
``Single-electron charging effects in arrays of Au nanoparticles''
Yuma Arai
``Improvements of SFQ variable pulse number multiplier''

until FY 2014

List of Thesis Titles from FY 2003 to FY 2014.


Research Projects (running)

List of the Previous Projects


Reference:

Published Materials

"SVBL annual meeting"

Posters for "UEC Forum 2002" (PDF files)

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