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Masashi Akabori Associate Professor
School of Materials Science、Applied Physics Area

Results 41-59 of about 59

  • 41. Spin-polarized transport in adiabatic quantum point contact with strong Rashba spin-orbit interaction,T. Kita, T. Kakegawa, M. Akabori and S. Yamada,Solid State Comm,Vol. 136,pp. 479-483,2005
  • 42. Side-Gate Control of Rashba Spin Splitting in a In0.75Ga0.25As/In0.75Al0.25As Heterojunction Narrow Channel: Toward Spin-Transistor Based Qubits,T. Kakegawa, M. Akabori and S. Yamada,AIP Conf. Proc.,Vol. 772,pp. 1297-1298,2005
  • 43. Clear Spin Valve Signals in Conventional NiFe/ In0.75Ga0.25As-2DEG Hybrid Two-Terminal Structures,M. Akabori, K. Suzuki and S. Yamada,AIP Conf. Proc.,Vol. 772,pp. 1373-1374,2005
  • 44. Selective-area MOVPE fabrication of GaAs hexagonal air-hole arrays on GaAs (111)B substrates using flow-rate modulation mode,J. Takeda, M. Akabori, J. Motohisa, R. Noezel and T. Fukui,J. Nanotechnology,Vol. 16,pp. 2954-2957,2005
  • 45. Channel Width Dependence of Spin Polarized Transports in NiFe/InGaAs Hybrid Two-Terminal Structures,M. Akabori, K. Suzuki and S. Yamada,J. Superconductivity,Vol. 18,pp. 367-370,2005
  • 46. High-quality two-dimensional electron gas at large scale GaN/AlGaN wafer interface prepared by mass production MOCVD systems,S. Yamada, T. Ohnishi, T. Kakegawa, M. Akabori, T. Suzuki, H. Sugiura, F. Nakamura, E. Yamaguchi, H. Kawai,Solid State Com.,133,647-649,2005
  • 47. Spin-Splitting Transport in Narrow-Gap Heterojunction Narrow Wires,T. Kakegawa, M. Akabori and S. Yamada,J. Superconductivity,Vol. 18,pp. 229-232,2005
  • 48. Study of spin transport in In0.75Ga0.25As/ In0.75Al0.25As narrow wires,T. Kakegawa, M. Akabori and S. Yamada,Sci. Tech. Advanced Mat.,5,309-312,2004
  • 49. Spin polarized transports through a narrow-gap semiconductor wire with ferromagnetic contacts formed on InAlAs step-graded buffer layers,M. Akabori and S. Yamada,Sci. Tech. Advanced Mat.,5,305-308,2004
  • 50. High-quality highly mismatched InSb films grown on GaAs substrate via thick AlSb and InxAl1-xSb step-graded buffers,T. Sato, M. Akabori and S. Yamada,Physica E,219,615-61,2004
  • 51. Spin-polarized transport in Rashba quantum point contacts,T. Kita, T. Kakegawa, M. Akabori and S. Yamada,Physica E,22,464-467,2004
  • 52. InGaAs Nano-pillar Array Formation on Partially Masked InP (111)B by Selective Area MOVPE Growth for Two-dimensional Photonic Crystal Application,M. Akabori, J. Takeda, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,J. Nanotechnology,Vol. 14,pp. 1071-1074,2003
  • 53. Anisotropic magneto-transport properties of 70 nm-period lateral surface superlattices in high magnetic fields,M. Akabori, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors,pp. 779-780,2001
  • 54. Selective area MOVPE growth of two-dimensional photonic crystals having an air-hole array and its application to air-bridge-type structures,M. Akabori, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,Physica E,Vol. 13,pp. 446-450,2002
  • 55. Formation of 0.5 um-Period GaAs Network Structures for Two-Dimensional Photonic Crystals by Selective Area Metal-Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy,M. Akabori, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,Proceedings of the IEEE 27th International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors,pp. 191-196,2001
  • 56. Transport through Quasi 1DEG Channels Having Periodic Potential Modulation Induced by Self-Organized GaAs Multiatomic Steps,M. Akabori, K. Yamatani, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser.,Vol. 166,pp. 215-218,2000
  • 57. Large Positive Magnetoresistance in Periodically Modulated Two Dimensional Electron Gas Formed on Self-organized GaAs Multiatomic Steps,M. Akabori, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,Physica E,Vol. 7,pp. 766-771,2000
  • 58. Formation and characterization of modulated two-dimensional electron gas on GaAs multiatomic steps grown by metalorganic vapor phase epitaxy,M. Akabori, J. Motohisa and T. Fukui,J. Cryst. Growth,Vol. 195,pp. 579-585,1998
  • 59. A Novel Electron Wave Interference Device Using Multiatomic Steps on Vicinal GaAs Surfaces Grown by Metalorganic Vapor Phase Epitaxy: Investigation of Transport Properties,M. Akabori, J. Motohisa, T. Irisawa, S. Hara, J. Ishizaki and T. Fukui,Jpn. J. Appl. Phys,Vol. 36,pp. 1966-1971,1997

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