KUGA LABORATORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO

The University of Tokyo

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,

Department of Basic Science,


Kuga laboratory

Publications

Our publications from 2011 are shown. (Update March 2013)

Papers

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  1. N. Shiga and M. TakeuchiNew Journal of Physics 14, 023034 (2012),
    Locking the local oscillator phase to the atomic phase via weak measurement“.
  2. T. Iskhakov, A. Allevi, D. A. Kalashnikov, V. G. Sala, M. Takeuchi, M. Bondani, and M. Chekhova, The European Physical Journal Special Topics 199, 127 (2011),
    Intensity correlations of thermal light : Noise reduction measurements and new ghost imaging protocols,“.
  3. K. Michishio, T. Tachibana, H. Terabe, A. Igarashi, K. Wada, T. Kuga, A. Yagishita, T. Hyodo, and Y. Nagashima, Physical Review Letters 106, 153401 (2011),
    Photodetachment of Positronium Negative Ions“.

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Conferences

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  1. Makoto Takeuchi, Hiroumi Toyohama, Yoshinari Akutagawa, Takahiro Kuga,
    The 11th US-Japan, Joint Seminar, April 2013,
    Optical Addressing to a semiconductor nanocrystal with wavefront control“.
  2. Makoto Takeuchi, Hiroumi Toyohama, Takahiro Kuga,
    2012 Autumn meeting of the physical society of Japan, (Sep 2012)
    Optical addressing to single semiconductor nanocrystals by wavefront control“.
  3. Yoshinari Akutagawa, Makoto Takeuchi, and Takahiro Kuga,
    The 25th Quantum Information Technology Symposium, (Nov 2011)
    Single-photon experiments with an ensemble of semiconductor nanocrystals (poster)“.
  4. Makoto Takeuchi, Yoshinari Akutagawa, and Takahiro Kuga,
    The 25th Quantum Information Technology Symposium, (Nov 2011).
    Single-photon experiments with an ensemble of semiconductor nanocrystals (oral)“.
  5. Yoshinari Akutagawa, Makoto Takeuchi, and Takahiro Kuga,
    2011 Autumn meeting of the physical society of Japan, (Sep 2011)
    “Photon statistics measurement of simple single-photon source with semiconductor nanoparticles”.

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