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Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Opto-Electronics & Systems Laboratory

Optoelectronics

Staff

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Wakao SASAKI
[Professor]
MD
Telephone : +81-774-65-6354
sasaki
Office : YE-414
Database of Researchers
Prof.Toda

Hiroyuki TODA
[Professor]
MD
Telephone : +81-774-65-6356
toda
Office : YE-416
Database of Researchers

Research Topics

  • Optical neural networks
  • Optical chaos
  • Fluctuation and noise in semiconductor lasers
  • Self-organizing optical networks
  • Ultra-high-speed and/or high capacity optical fiber communication
  • Advanced optical modulator applications

Research Contents

Our research encompasses areas allied fairly closely with physics and mathematics, such as the foundations of quantum mechanics and nonlinear optics such as solitons. It naturally includes areas deemed cutting-edge in electronics at the moment, such as digital optical communications, optical information processing, development of high-speed optical devices driven by new semiconductor device fabrication technologies like molecular beam epitaxy, and the implementation of optical computing. It includes optical neural networks and chaos theory, and now even bio-electronics is a possibility: research on optical computing and architectures closely resembling the behavior of the human brain. These optoelectronics research areas may form the core of 21st-century scientific technology.

Our laboratory brings research topics to teams, chiefly of graduate students, that pursue long-term research that will serve as a platform for the field of optoelectronics.

Keywords

  • Frequency stabilization
  • Chaos, Neural networks
  • Self-organizing networks

  • Ultra-high-speed optical fiber communication
  • Radio over fiber
  • Advanced optical modulation format

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