About us

In our research group, nano-optical elements that utilize the optical properties of nanostructures such as surface plasmons and metasurfaces, diffractive optical elements that utilize the diffraction phenomenon, three-dimensional optical elements that use a 3D printer, and new lighting technique such as LED lighting and laser lighting are studied. (Currently, our research is focused on surface plasmons and metasurfaces. (as of September 2023))

Introduction of our reserch group (in Japanese) (August 28, 2020)

Information

29 November 2029, The paper on Fabrication and Operation Analysis of a Surface-Plasmon Sensor Using a Nonpropagating Mode  is published on Plasmonics (published by Springer Nature). The detail is here.

22 November 2023, Associate Prof. Atsushi Motogaito and Ms. Karen Akatsuka Present their research on Surface plasmonsensor and UV perfect absorber in International Symposium on Imaging, Sensing and Optical Memory 2023 (ISOM'23). The detail is here.

7 October 2023, Some non-open access papers have been registered in MiUSE (Mie University Scholarly E-collections). The detail is here.

1 April 2023, New 4 undergraduate students join our research group.

31 March 2023, Our 2 graduate students and 4 undergradate students are graduated from Mie University.

31 October 2022, The paper on the polarization controlled device using the surface plasmon resonance in metal grating structure is published on Optics Photonics Journal (published by Scientific Research). The detail is here.

22 April 2022, Our research activities is renewed.

1 April 2022, New 4 undergraduate students join our research group.

31 March 2022, Our 2 graduate students and 4 undergradate students are graduated from Mie University.

22 April 2021, The paper on the perfect absorber using metal grating structure is published on Journal of European Optical Society-Rapid Publications (published by EOS). The detail is here.

1 April 2021, New 4 undergraduate students join our research group.

31 March 2021, Our 2 graduate students and 4 undergradate students are graduated from Mie University.

11 September 2020, Our research activities is renewed. 

11 Septenmer 2020, Associate Prof. Atsushi Motogaito presents the research on "Fabrication and characterization of plasmonic band-stop filter using Ag grating" at European Optical Society Annual Meeting (EOSAM2020). The detail is here. The Proccding is here.

11 September 2020, Our master course student presents the research on "The Non-Propagation Mode of the Surface Plasmon Resonance in the Metal Grating Structure and Light Emitting from Quantum Dot"  at the 81st Japan Society of Applied Physics Autumn Meeting. The detail is here.

28 August 2020, We have opened a YouTube channel for our research groups and uploaded videos for introducing our research groups. The detail is here. (in Japanese)

15 June 2020, The design of the top page is renewed.

22 April 2020, Associate Prof. Atushi Motogaito is presented on "Fabrication of SiO2-based Binary Diffractive Lens with Controllable Focal Distribution for High-Power Laser Applications"  at the Laser Display and Lighting Conference 2020 (LDC2020, One of the conference of OPTICS & PHOTONICS International Conference 2020 (OPIC2020)). The detail is here.

25 March 2020, New 4 undergraduate students join our research group.

25 March 2020, Our 3 graduate students and 4 undergradate students are graduated from Mie University.

14 February 2020, Our 3 maser course students present their research at the Master's thesis presentation.

14 Feburary 2020, Our research activities is renewed. 

15 January 2020, The paper on the diffractive lens for controlling focus distribution is published on Applied Optics (published by OSA). The detail is here.

15 January 2020, Associate Prof. Atushi Motogaito is received the Takayanagi Award on 21 December 2019. The detail is here (in Japanese).

15 January 2020, Associate Prof. Atushi Motogaito is presented on the study of plasmonic wave plate at the 24th Microoptics Conference. The detail is here.

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