Fumio Koyama

Social Implementation

Fumio Koyama

Professor

OptoelectronicsVCSELOptical InterconnectsOptical SensingLaser Processing

Research Projects

  • High power VCSEL amplifier (2016.7)

  • High speed coupled cavity VCSELs (2013.8)

1985 - 1988

Research Associate, P&I Lab., Tokyo Tech

1988 - 2000

Associate Professor, P&I Lab., Tokyo Tech

2000 - 2016

Professor, P&I Lab., Tokyo Tech

2016 -

Professor, FIRST, Tokyo Tech

2018 -

Dean, IIR, Tokyo Tech

1985

IEE Electronics Letters Premium Award
IEEE Best Student Paper Award

1988

IEE Electronics Letters Premium Award

1998

Marubun Scientific Award from Marubun Research Promotion Foundation1998 Paper Award from the Japan Society of Applied Physics

2004

The Ichimura Prize in Science for Excellent Achievement

2006

Electronics Society Award from IEICE

2007

Prize for Science and Technology from MEXT

2008

Fellow, IEEE
William Streifer Scientific Achievement Award from IEEE/LEOS

2011

The Micro-Optics award from Microoptics Conference

2012

Izuo Hayashi Award from Japan Society of Applied Physics

2016

The Ichimura Prize in Industry for Excellent Achievement

2017

Sakurai Kenjiro Memorial Award

2018

Okawa Prize

2006

S.Tsushima, U.Wahlgren, I.Grenthe “Quantum Chemical Calculations of Reduction Potentials of AnO22+/AnO2+ (An = U, Np, Pu, Am) and Fe3+/Fe2+ Couples”, J. Phys. Chem. A 2006,110, 9175-9182.

2011

H.Khesbak, O.Savchuk, S.Tsushima, K.Fahmy “The role of water H-bond imbalances in B-DNA substate transitions and peptide recognition revealed by time-resolved FTIR spectroscopy” J. Am. Chem. Soc2011133, 5834-5842.

2014

Takao, K.; Tsushima, S.; Ogura, T.; Tsubomura, T.; Ikeda, Y. “Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Redox Innocence of Ligands in Uranyl Complexes: What is Formal Oxidation State of Uranium in Reductant of Uranyl(VI)?” Inorg. Chem201453, 5772-5780.

2015

B.Drobot, R.Steudtner, J.Raff, G.Geipel, V.Brendler, S.Tsushima “Combining Luminescence Spectroscopy, Parallel Factor Analysis and Quantum Chemistry to Reveal Metal Speciation – a Case Study of Uranyl(VI) Hydrolysis” Chem. Sci20156, 964–972.