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INTRODUCTION

We at Mizuta・Manoharan Laboratory
study nano-electronics, nanoelectro-
mechanical systems (NEMS) and atom-
scale devices based on two-dimensional
materials such as graphene and ultra-
thin silicon. Extremely functional devices
are under development such as ultrasen-
sitive environmental sensors which enables
single gas molecular detection, ultra-low-
power switching devices and quantum
dot based quantum information devices. Mizuta・Manoharan Laboratory conducts a close international collaboration with a number of oversea research institutes including University of Southampton, UK, with frequent bilateral visits of staff and students.

Welcome to Mizuta・Manoharan Laboratory!!
M1 students are welcome to visit the laboratory at any time!

Professor Mizuta recieved the MEXT research award!! <link1> <link2>

listNEWS

  • 2019.05.23

    Our research on graphene single-molecular sensing is highlighted in the May 2019 issue of Yano E plus journal published by a private sector think tank Yano Research Institute Ltd.<link>

  • 2019.05.07

    M1 students who wish to visit the laboratory, please send an email to Prof. Mizuta (mizuta@jaist.ac.jp).
    We warmly welcome you all who are interested in the basics and applications of monolayer materials and devices regardless of your undergraduate expertise!

  • 2019.04.10

    Mizuta-Manoharan Lab will be open to new M1 students for 15:00 - on April 24. Please send an email to Prof. Mizuta for registration (mizuta@jaist.ac.jp).Those who participate without pre-registration are also welcome.

  • 2019.03.05

    Professor Mizuta delivered an Invited Talk at the 4th Malaysia-Japan Joint Symposium on Nanoelectronics and agreed with former and new Directors of UKM/IMEN on further cooperation on sensors & energy devices research. <link>

  • 2019.01.10

    Prof. Saito gives a talk in material science seminar "Disruptive Innovation of Si Photonics, by Si Photonics, for Si Photonics ". <link>

  • 2018.12.17

    Dr. Fayong Liu has just joined in the Mizuta Group as a post doctoral research fellow.

  • 2018.12.04

    The 2nd EC SNID (Excellent Core Single-nanometer Innovative Devices Research Institute) Workshop was held, and Mr Shu Nakamura (M2) received an Excellent Poster Award.<link>

  • 2018.12.03

    Professor Shinichi Saito (University of Southampton) joined us as Guest Distinguished Professor.

  • 2018.11.28

    Dr Ahmed Hammam joined us as a JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow.

  • 2018.10.17

    Our labratory was introduced in Nature, vol. 562, no. 7726, pp. 294-295 (2018). <link>

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