Tsukuba Research Unit for Extreme Quantum Metrology and Quantum BioScience as a world leader of research in this field Tsukuba Research Unit for Extreme Quantum Metrology & Quantum BioScience

Research Theme


  • Laser-combined STM

  • Ultrafast spectroscopy

  • Quantum-biologial control

  • Protein science

  • Quantum function generation

  • Cell/molecule control by external excitation

  • Quantum manipulation

  • Quantum imaging

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Applied Physics, Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba
Hidemi Shigekawa

The advancement of nanoscale science and technology is expected to realize the fusion of different scientific fields by removing the barriers between them and establish new scientific fields. In fact, various types of research have been carried out thus far. As the history of science indicates, science has developed alongside the development of new experimental technologies. It is important to obtain and analyze data by using existing devices and equipment; however, this is only one aspect of research. More important is the development of new experimental technologies, as has been demonstrated by the achievements of previous key research. The development of such new experimental technologies has been driven by strong demand from each scientific field. The Unit cooperates with other organizations by utilizing the advantages and favorable location of University of Tsukuba and aims to achieve significant progress in quantum technology research from the development of quantum devices to advances in life science and medicine by cooperating with researchers in such fields using the quantum measurement technology as the core technology.

News

  • award Received the "Young Investigator Award" at Tsukuba Biomedical Engineering Collaboration Forum 2018External link,
    Title:『Study of vibrational energy transfer in carbon nanotube-protein complexes using an ultrashort pulse laser』(T. Nakayama)
  • presentation Three research presentations at Tsukuba Biomedical Engineering Collaboration Forum 2018External link,
    『Study of vibrational energy transfer in carbon nanotube-protein complexes using an ultrashort pulse laser』 (T. NAKAYAMA, S. YOSHIZAWA, A. HIRANO, T. TANAKA, K. SHIRAKI, an M. HASE)
    『Analysis of functional intermolecular interaction potential in different environments by dynamic force spectroscopy』 (A. Taninaka, Y. Hirano, O. Takeuchi, and H. Shigekawa)
    『Prior administration of erythropoietin enhance the effect of anti-cancer drug』 (H. KUROKAWA, H. MATSUI)
  • announcement 14th International Conference on ACSIN-14/ICSPM26External link will be held at Sendai International Center in Japan from October 21 to 25, 2018.
  • presentation Made several research presentations at the 25st International Colloquium on Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, ICSPM 25External link.
  • site visit Yujeong Bae of Andreas Heinrich groupExternal link visited the unit.

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