This research group focuses on realizing the complete manipulation of semiconductor isotopes using state-of-the-art nanotechnology.
The research carried out in this group covers a wide variety of novel quantum physics emerging in low-dimensional semiconductor structures and their applications to a new class of devices such as quantum computers.
In Spintronics research, the direction of electron spin vectors are used to represent binary digits "1"s and "0"s.
A spin vector pointing up represents a "1" and a spin vector pointing down represents a "0".
With this intuitively simple setup, Quantum Computers of the future will depend on these electron spin vectors for storing and computing information.
A little help from Japanese Phonetics and by using a series of 3 directional arrows to represent binary digits "110", we were able to create a fitting logo.
The Itoh Research Group is located in 24-509B at Keio University's Yagami Campus. Yagami Campus is home to Keio University's Faculty of Science and Technology and is a 15-minute walk from Hiyoshi Station. Hiyoshi Station lies along the Tokyu-Toyoko line connecting Shibuya and Yokohama.Visiting? Please check Yagami Campus on Google Maps along with this step-by-step guide to Yagami Campus.