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Assistant Professor

NARUSHIMA, Tetsuya

TEL: 0564-55-7322
FAX: 0564-54-2254
Mail: naru_at_ims.ac.jp (Please replace the "_at_" with @ )
Affiliation laboratory:
Location: Myoudaiji, Main Office Bldg. Room110

Department

Center for Mesoscopic Sciences

Biography

1996 B.Sc. (Physics)  University of Tsukuba  
1998 M.Sc. (Physics), University of Tsukuba    
2002 Ph.D (Science), University of Tsukuba   
2001 NEDO Jr. Research Fellow at FUJITSU laboratories LTD., Atsugi, JAPAN     
2002 AIST Research Fellow, Nanotechnology Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), JAPAN     
2003 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin, IRELAND     
2006 Research Fellow, Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo,  
         JAPAN     
2007 Assistant professor, Institute for Molecular Science, JAPAN     
2008 Assistant professor, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI), JAPAN   
2014   JST-PRESTO Researcher, (as a concurrent post until Mar. 2018)        
 

Awards

2000 Student Award of the Surface Science Society of Japan       
2000 The AVS Dorothy and Earl S. Hoffman Travel Scholarship, American Vacuum 
         Society, USA       
2001 Finalist of the Morton M. Traum Student Award48th International Symposium, 
        Surface Science division, American Vacuum Society, USA       
2002 The Best Poster Award, Asia-Pacific Surface & Interface Analysis Conference  
    (APSIAC02), JAPAN       
2002  2002 SSSJ Paper Award of the Surface Science Society of Japan (SSSJ)       
2003 Young Scientist Award for the Presentation of an Excellent Paper of 2002
           autumn meeting, the Japan Society of Applied Physics       
2005 Top Papers 2004 Showcase, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Institute of
         Physics, UK       
2005 Travel Award, International Symposium on Surface Science and
     Nanotechnology (ISSS-4), JAPAN       
2006 Poster award, International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensors,
         Denmark       
2012 Best Poster Award (Young Scientist), Yamada Conference LXVI, JAPAN       
2013 Best poster award, NANO KOREA 2013 (The 11thInternational Nanotech
         Symposium), Seoul, Korea      

Main research themes

Nano-optics, Nano-structural Science, Surface and Interface Physics
kewords chirality, plasmon, near-field

Selected Publications

  1. “Electron-stimulated athermal surface recrystallization of Si(100),”J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 16, L193 (2004).
  2. “Etching-Enhanced Surface Stress Relaxation during Initial Ozone Oxidation,” Surf. Sci., 601 1384 (2007).
  3. “Simultaneous scanning tunneling microscopy and stress measurements to elucidate the origins of surface forces,” Rev. Sci Instrum 78, 053903 (2007).
  4. “Nonlinear optical effects in trapping nanoparticles with femtosecond pulses,” Nature Physics, 6, 1005 (2010).
  5. “Site-Specific Evolution of Surface Stress during the Room-Temperature Oxidation of the Si(111)-(7x7) Surface,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 146101 (2010).
  6. “Stress inversion from initial tensile to compressive side during ultrathin oxide growth of the Si(100) surface,” J. Phys.: Condens. Matter., 25, 355007 (5 pages) (2013).
  7. “Circular Dichroism Nano-Imaging of Two-Dimensional Metal Nanostructures,” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (communication), 15,13805-13809 (2013).
  8. “Strong Nanoscale Optical Activity Localized in Two-Dimensional Chiral Metal Nanostruc-tures,” J. Phys. Chem. C., 117, 23964-23969 (2013).
  9. “Strong Localized Optical Activity in Two-Dimensional Metal Nanostructures: Near-Field Circular Dichroism Imaging,” J. Surf. Sci.Soc. Jpn., 35, 6, 312-318 (2014).
  10. “Local Optical Activity in Achiral Two-Dimensional Gold Nanostructures,” J. Phys. Chem. C., Accepted (DOI: 10.1021/jp507168a). Selected as ACS Editors’ Choice
  11. “Nanoscopic Study on Developing Optical Activity with Increasing Chirality for Two-Dimensional Metal Nanostructures,” ACS photonics, 1,732-738 (2014).