学術変革領域研究 2.5次元物質科学

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Group A01 Members

A01
Koichiro Kato
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University

Exploring design guidelines for hetero 2.5D materials by combining data science and first-principles calculations

A01
Toshiaki Kato
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University

Development of science of Janus atomic layers via atomic layer functionalization

A01
Masashi Kurosawa
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University

Synthesis and thermoelectric applications of 14-group 2.5D materials with high stability

A01
Shohei Tashiro
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo

Creation and functionalization of 2.5 dimensional nano-spaces based on 2 dimensional assembly of hollow macrocyclic molecules

A01
Ichiro Hisaki
Professor, Graduate School of Basic Engineering, Osaka University

Creation of 2.5D materials by stacking 2D organic crystals with hydrogen bond network

A01
Shinichiro Mouri
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University

Study of 2.5 dimensional moire superlattice by integration of nano-crystal and molecule with layered materials

A01
Yohei Yomogida
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Growth and large-area applications of 2.5D transition metal dichalcogenide nanotubes

Group A02 Members

A02
Keiji Ueno
Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University

Novel buffer layer material for van der waals stacking structures: application of gallium sulfide

A02
Ryo Kitaura
International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science

Novel nanostructures through 1.5-2.5 dimensional expansion

A02
Hidekazu Tanaka
Professor, Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University

Constrcution of transition metal oxide fine crystalline thin films on 2D layerd material toward their functuonality integration

Group A03 Members

A03
Yoshiaki Sugimoto
Associate Professor, Graduate School of New Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Synthesis and evaluations of 2.5D materials with scanning probe microscopes

A03
Yasufumi Takahashi
Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University

Real space imaging of catalytically active sites in 2.5D materials

A03
Kazuhiro Yanagi
Professor, Graduate School of Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Lattice mismatched 2D nano-interface: Understanding and control of heat and charge transport

A03
Yung-Chang Lin
Senior Researcher, Materials and Chemistry Field, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Development of real-time visualization techniques for interlayer intercalation mechanisms at the atomic level

Group A04 Members

A04
Yuki Shiomi
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Integrated Cultural Studies, The University of Tokyo

Efficient spin-charge conversion in 2.5 dimensional materials

A04
Hikari Tomori
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Science, University of Tsukuba

Development of graphene superlattice structure using lattice strain

A04
Katsunori Wakabayashi
Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Kwansei Gakuin University

Theoretical design on opt-electronic devices of 2.5D materials

Group A05 Members

A05
Fumiyuki Ishii
Professor, Institute for Nanomaterials Research, Kanazawa University

First-principles calculation of thermoelectric effect and spin-orbit coupling coefficients of incommensurate van der waals heterostructures

A05
Tomoya Ono
Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University

Investigation of carrier transport in 2-dimensional nano space and design of highly functional device by computational science approach

A05
Yukio Kawano
Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University

Development of novel THz and IR devices by space-dimension control of carbon-based atomic layers

A05
Mahito Yamamoto
Associate Professor, Faculty of Systems Science and Engineering, Kansai University

Van der waals heterostructure devices based on two-dimensional correlated oxides