Carbon Nano DevicesTerahertz DevicesOptical Metrology
2001: Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo
2006: Research Scientist, RIKEN
2011: Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Expectations for WRHI
Cross-disciplinary international collaboration
Strong enhancement in terahertz field with silicon plasmonic structures and its application to microanalysis
Development of flexible terahertz camera and multi-view imaging
Nanoscale terahertz imaging and visualization of semiconductor quantum transport
Our paper about silicon terahertz plasmonic structures has been published in Applied Physics Letters
The flexible terahertz camera and multi-view imaging have been featured in Nature Digest and Nikkei Electronics.
Our paper about the flexible terahertz camera has been has been published in Nature Photonics and has been featured in Nikkei Sangyo Shimbun, Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, Denpa Shimbun, Kagaku Shimbun, IEEE spectrum, Photonics Media, German National Radio and so on
Daichi Suzuki (D2 of Kawano Lab) receives “Nippon Broadcasting System Award” of FujiSankei Buisiness I Awards
Assist. Prof., Dept. of Phys., University of Tokyo
Research Scientist, RIKEN
Assoc. Prof., QNERC, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Assoc. Prof., FIRST, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Young Scientist Award for the Presentation of an Excellent Paper
Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan
Research Award of the Research Foundation for Opto-Science and Technology
Tokyo Tech President’s Special Award
Tokyo Tech Innovative Research Engineering Award
Marubun Research Promotion Foundation Award
JSPS PRIZE 2014 Funai Academic Prize
14th DOCOMO Mobile Science Award
Y. Kawano and K. Ishibashi, “An on-chip near-field terahertz probe and detector”, Nature Photonics 2, 618-621 (2008).
Y. Kawano, “Chip-Based Near-Field Terahertz Microscopy”, IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science and Technology 6, 356-364 (2016). (Invited paper)
D. Suzuki, S. Oda and Y. Kawano, “A flexible and wearable terahertz scanner”, Nature Photonics 10, 809-814 (2016). Featured in Nature Digest 14, 24-25 (2017).
T. Iguchi, T. Sugaya, and Y. Kawano, “Silicon-immersed terahertz plasmonic structures”, Applied Physics Letters 110, 151105-1-4 (2017).