成果報告書詳細
管理番号20100000000216
タイトル*平成20年度中間年報 「ナノフォトニクスを核とした人材育成、産学連携等の総合的展開」
公開日2010/3/24
報告書年度2008 - 2008
委託先名東京大学
プロジェクト番号P06046
部署名総務企画部 企画調整課
和文要約以下本編抜粋:1. 研究開発の内容及び成果等
新規価値創造のための産学による共同研究の実施を目指して、民間企業の技術者等に対し、セミナー・レクチャー等の様々な活動を通じて、ナノフォトニクスの知の還元を行い、ナノフォトニクスへの理解を深めるとともに、民間企業の技術者等を受託研究員として大学にむかえいれ、新たな研究テーマに対して実効性と柔軟性ある産学連携を図る活動を実施した。
活動内容の詳細は、(1)産学による共同研究及び基幹技術に関する周辺研究の実施、(2)人材育成のための講義等の開催、(3)研究者の交流及び基幹技術に関する情報発信等 の各項目別に以下に示す。
英文要約To promote industry-academia collaboration on nanophotonics, we accepted five engineers from industry as visiting researchers at the University of Tokyo. Nine contracts for collaboration were concluded. These visitors were given research training in order to develop human resources for future nanophotonics technology. As a result, several products were developed and technical patents have been submitted. Forty-one technical meetings were held with the industries for detailed technical discussions.
To provide general information on nanophotonics, from basic principles to applications, we organized lectures as part of the graduate school curriculum at the University of Tokyo. Twelve 100-minute lectures were given. The average attendance was 23. In order to provide information on related technologies, six open seminars were held with prominent scientists invited as lecturers. The attendance was limited to about 20 to allow sufficient time for questioning the lecturers. A symposium was held in order to review our recent activity on nanophotonics and collaboration with industry. It consisted of a plenary talk and seven presentations, two of which were from industries. It was a very popular symposium, with about 300 attendees from industry.
Basic research on nanophotonics was also conducted by our research staff in order to explore more applications. This included:
(1) Application to novel functional optical systems
The basic functions of nanophotonic devices were analyzed for system applications utilizing energy transfer via optical near-field interactions, and novel fabrication methods were studied to realize these devices.
(2) Demonstration of novel device operation using optical near field interactions
Novel device operations were studied by controlling the magnitude of the optical near-field interactions between quantum dots. The hierarchical properties of optical near fields were evaluated experimentally using metallic nanostructures.
(3) Controlling the surface profile and conformation of materials
Utilizing optical near-field interactions with molecular gases, several material surfaces were polished photochemically and the surface conformation was controlled. Glasses, ceramics, and composite semiconductors were used to confirm these novel control technologies. This basic study won a grant from NEDO for further development in collaboration with industry.
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