Welcome to Mukaiyama Laboratory!
- Prof. Takashi Mukaiyama has been appointed as the professor and Mukaiyama Laboratory has been launched (1 April, 2017).
News (before 31 March, 2017):
- Our paper on a fiber-cavity integrated DBR laser (Yuji, Kawai, Utako Tanaka, Kazuhiro Hayasaka and Shinji Urabe, "Mode hop free operation of a distributed Bragg reflector diode laser in an external fiber cavity configuration") has been published in Appl. Phys. B 121, pp. 213-219 (2015). (25 February, 2016)
- Our paper on sympathetic cooling of Ca+ and In+ (Utako Tanaka, Tomohiro Kitanaka, Kazuhiro Hayasaka, and Shinji Urabe, "Sideband cooling of a Ca+-In+ ion chain toward the quantum logic spectroscopy of In+") has been published in Appl. Phys. B 121, pp. 147-153 (2015). (25 February, 2016)
- Our new paper 'Hong-Ou-Mandel interference of two phonons in trapped ions' has been published in the 05 November 2015 issue of Nature [Kenji Toyoda, Ryoto Hiji, Atsushi Noguchi & Shinji Urabe, Nature 527, 74-77 (2015)]. Please see also an introduction by Dr. Dave Kielpinski, News & Views: "Quantum physics: Quantum sound waves stick together." (05 November, 2015)
- Press release: Our recent paper by Atsushi Noguchi et al. on the Aharonov-Bohm effect with a quantum rotor (Atsushi Noguchi, Yutaka Shikano, Kenji Toyoda & Shinji Urabe, Nature Comm. 5, 3868) was issued as a press release and introduced in the home page of Osaka university: "Expect new quantum information and basic physics experiments using extreme quantum state control." (13 May, 2014)
- Our recent publication regarding a surface electrode trap for parallel ion strings has appeared in eLabTalkf(http://iopscience.iop.org/0953-4075/labtalk-article/57048) on the website of Journal of Physics B (http://iopscience.iop.org/jphysb) . (02 May, 2014)
- This homepage has been completely renewed. (11 April, 2014)
- Our recent paper on quantum simulation of the Jaynes-Cummings-Hubbard model ( Kenji Toyoda, Yuta Matsuno, Atsushi Noguchi, Shinsuke Haze and Shinji Urabe, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 160501 (2013)) was selected as an 'Editor's suggestion' of the Physical Review Letters, and was introduced in the online journal 'Physics' of the American Physical Society (Viewpoint: Ion Pair Simulates Hybrid Excitations). (14 October, 2013)
Last update: 3 June, 2017