Shun Fujii

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University*Profile is at the time of the award.

2024Inamori Research GrantsScience & Engineering

Research topics
Nano-scale optical physics in ultrahigh-Q microcavities functionalized by atomically thin two-dimensional materials
Two-dimensional materials are atomically-thin materials with a thickness of only a few atomic layers, attracting significant attention as next-generation nanotechnology materials. However, it is a challenge to apply these materials to practical devices, and breakthrough technologies are expected for achieving its hybrid integration and maximizing the unique physical properties of two-dimensional materials. This research aims to realize new nanophotonic devices through the development of hybrid devices that combine two-dimensional materials with ultrahigh-Q microcavities.


I aim for intriguing and interesting research as dreaming of the future that goes with nanotechnology!

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