As part of the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST), we also actively pursue interdisciplinary research in collaboration with different labs from the industry, governmental organizations, and universities; domestically and internationally.
Optical Coherent Tomography
OCT is an imaging technique that uses coherent light to capture micrometer-resolution, used for medical imaging and industrial nondestructive testing.
Light Detection and Ranging
LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is a technology for detecting the distance. It can be applied for the auto driving car and 3D imaging.
Optical Fiber Device
Optical devices using nano-carbon (carbon nanotubes and graphene), fiber lasers and amplifiers, nonlinear optics, photonics, optoelectronics.
CNT Mode-Locked Fiber Laser
Achieve mode-locking of rare-earth-doped fiber laser at 2 μm by using graphene or single-walled carbon nanotubes.
Chip Cavity Mode-Locked by using the graphene covered chip (intra-cavity patterned graphene on SiN Waveguides)
Photonic sensing technologies based on spectroscopic, fiber optics, and LIDAR technologies. And explore the chip-scale integrated planar photonic sensing
Recent news and activities at Yamashita-Set Lab. Discover our laboratory, research works, conference presentations, papers and all the fun things that we do. We work hard and we play hard.
The Yamashita-Set Lab, thanks to the diligent work done by its Masters student Mr. Kota Uyama, recently received the best poster award in the 2021 EEIS RINKO poster presentations at the University of Tokyo. The award is given to the student who both achieved a high level of research along with a high quality presentation. Congratulations Uyama-san!
This year we will have two presenters presenting three papers at the 82nd JSAP Autumn Meeting 2021. The first is our PhD student Zheyuan Zhang, who will be presenting his most recent research on both Laser Mode-Locking and LiDAR. The information on his first paper, titled “Laser Mode-locking using SWCNT@BNNT with 1D van der Waals Heterostructure as a Saturable Absorber with a High Optical Damage Threshold”, can be found at the following link:
The second presenter from the Yamashita-Set Lab is our Masters student Kota Uyama, who will be presenting his work on polarization-multiplexed mode-locking , titled “二偏波励起による偏波多重モード同期ファイバーレーザー“, and can be found at:
After the participation of the Yamashita-Set Lab in The University of Tokyo Open Campus event, the lab would like to share with the public a more in-depth introduction into what we are doing here currently in the lab.
The video introduces the cutting-edge research being conducted in the Yamashita-Set lab, including some live experiments. Check it out on YouTube or watch it below:
Meet Our Faculty
Our Lab consists of highly motivated and talented members: the professor, associate professor, assistant professors, administrative assistant, post-doctoral research fellow, graduate students, undergraduate students, and visiting students. Contact us and come visit our lab to find out more!