07 Surface/Interface Holography

We clarify the functionality of various 2-dimensional activesites based on the microscopic structure to establish a new approach to surface science and solid state physics. Crystal Truncation Rod (CTR) scattering method, one of the surface x-ray diffraction techniques, is employed to this study.


[TARGET 1] Develop the time resolved CTR scattering method
To develop sub-nano sec (electron diffraction) or sub-milli sec (x-ray diffraction) -resolution CTR scattering camera.


[TARGET 2] Establish the structure-based surface/interface science
Establish an academic discipline that provides the microscopic basis of the surface/interface properties for various materials, including organic semiconductors, chemical reactions at surfaces, etc.


[TARGET 3] Develop an automated procedure for atomic resolution surface imaging
To contribute a wide range of science and industry, we develop an automated procedure of the atomic resolution surface imaging.




Members
Principal Investigator

 

Yusuke WAKABAYASHI

Associate Professor, Division of Materials Physics, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University

Research Field : Solid state physics based on synchrotron diffraction technique
Comment : I'm getting interested in non-equilibrium states. 
URL:http://www.crystal.mp.es.osaka-u.ac.jp/waka/index-e.html

Co-Investigator

 

Toshio TAKAHASHI

Researcher, Department of Physics, Tokyo Gakugei University

Research Field : Diffraction physics and Surface physics
Comment : Development and applications of surface x-ray diffraction 
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Tadashi ABUKAWA

Associate Professor, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University

 

Hiroo TAJIRI
Researcher, Research & Utilization Division, JASRI/ SPring-8

Research Field :X-ray Surface Crystallography
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Tetsuro SHIRASAWA

Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo,





   







 




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