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Kyoto Katsura Campus, Kyoto University [Invited Talk] Realization of qubits using floating electrons -- qubit-readout using an LC resonant circuit --
Erika Kawakami (RIKEN)
We propose a new way to realize qubits: a hybrid qubit of the Rydberg state and the spin state of electrons
floating on... [more]

EMD 2018-03-02
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Influence of Sealed Gases and Pressure on Arc Duration of Electromagnetic Contactor
Ryoya Kaneko, Hiroki Funada, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2017-57
A electromagnetic contactor with magnets to shut off DC circuit was set in the chamber. The enclosed gases are hydrogen,... [more] EMD2017-57
EMD 2017-03-03
Chiba   Influence of Sealed Gas and Pressure on Arc Duration of Electromagnetic Contactor
Ryosuke Takei, Masaki Yuzawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida, Koichiro Sawa (NIT) EMD2016-101
The electromagnetic contactor was installed in the chamber sealed with nitrogen, hydrogen, helium and clean air, and bre... [more] EMD2016-101
EMCJ, IEE-EMC, MW, EST [detail] 2015-10-23
Miyagi Sakura Hall, Katahira Campus, Tohoku Univ. Design of Low Loss 60 GHz CMOS On-Chip Dipole Antenna By Helium-3 Ion Irradiation
Takuichi Hirano, Ning Li, Kenichi Okada, Akira Matsuzawa, Jiro Hirokawa, Makoto Ando (Tokyo Tech.), Tsuyoshi Inoue, Hitoshi Sakane (SHIEI) EMCJ2015-79 MW2015-118 EST2015-89
60 GHz CMOS on-chip antenna is low radiation efficiency due to large loss of silicon (Si) substrate. In this paper, a 60... [more] EMCJ2015-79 MW2015-118 EST2015-89
US 2014-02-21
Tokyo Chofu Aerospace Center, Aerodrome Branch, JAXA The Specific Heat Ratio of Hydrogen and Helium Measured using Ultrasonic Wave
Tomohiro Hiramatsu, Sekiyo Katsu (Kyushu Univ.), Hideaki Fujita (Orii & Mec), Osamu Furukimi, Yoshimine Kato (Kyushu Univ.) US2013-108
Specific heat ratios of gases were measured successfully by using ultrasonic. The specific heat ratio was obtained by me... [more] US2013-108
SCE 2014-01-23
Tokyo Kikaishinkou-kaikan Bldg. Operation of Liquid Helium Recycling System for MEG
Jun-ichi Fujihira (FEDLIC), Jun Kawai, Masanori Higuchi, Daisuke Oyama, Hisanao Ogata, Gen Uehara (Kanazawa Inst. of Tech.) SCE2013-45
We have developed a small liquid helium recycling system for MEG used in a laboratory environment. The system has a sepa... [more] SCE2013-45
MWP, EMT, PN, LQE, OPE, EST, IEE-EMT [detail] 2014-01-24
Kyoto Doshisha University Electromagnetic Simulation of High Resistance Silicon Substrate by Helium ion Irradiation
Yuki Yao, Takuichi Hirano, Ning Li, Kenichi Okada, Akira Matsuzawa, Jiro Hirokawa, Makoto Ando (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Takeshi Inoue, Akinori Masaoka, Hitoshi Sakane (SEI) PN2013-61 OPE2013-175 LQE2013-161 EST2013-110 MWP2013-81
A helium(He)-3 ion bombardment technique has been proposed for creating locally high resistivity silicon substrate areas... [more] PN2013-61 OPE2013-175 LQE2013-161 EST2013-110 MWP2013-81
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