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University of Tokyo master course: Koichi Kiuchi

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There are no core hours, and you can conduct research at your own convenience.
In addition, there are several laboratories and research institutes with which we are connected, and you can be involved in research conducted by external laboratories and research institutes in addition to following up within the laboratory.

University of Tokyo master course: LI Siyuan

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This is an excellent research laboratory for those who want to search for the secrets of physic world by using ultra-fast laser. I think you will enjoy the rigorous and free academic atmosphere of our laboratory.

University of Tokyo master course: Eiyu Gushiken

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Our lab is conducting cutting-edge theoretical research on quantum technologies such as lasers and quantum computers. In particular, I’m interested in how strong lasers and matter interact on the time scale of femtoseconds and attoseconds. There are countless stories in your life although it is just a fleeting moment in the universe. Even if it is a fleeting moment for us, there would be compelling stories between light and matter.

University of Tokyo master course: Shigetora Miyashita

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The research topics covered by our laboratory include a broad range of quantum physics and simulations. If you are interested, you are more than welcome to join us.

University of Tokyo master course: Takatsugu Hayasaka

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I joined the Ishikawa-Sato Laboratory because of my interest in quantum optics, and I’m very satisfied with the environment because I’m always able to learn many things. If you are interested in research in quantum optics, please come and visit us.

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