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BAMBA Motoaki

バンバ モトアキ | BAMBA Motoaki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Program-Specific Associate Professor
Other affiliations (2):
  • Kyoto University  Graduate School of Science   Collaborative Associate Professor
  • Kyoto University  International Research Unit of Quantum Information   Member
Homepage URL  (1): https://jaas.science/
Research field  (2): Optical engineering and photonics ,  Semiconductors, optical and atomic physics
Research keywords  (17): Nonlinear optics ,  Electromagnetism ,  Thermodynamics of electromagnetic fields ,  Superradiant phase transition ,  Laser ,  Quantum computing ,  Superconducting circuits ,  Phase transitions ,  Semiconductors ,  Condensed matter photophysics ,  Superradiance ,  Quantum optics ,  Polaritons ,  Quantum electrodynamics ,  Excitons ,  Microcavities ,  Quantum squeezing
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • 2017 - 2021 Phase transition of environment for overcoming the trade-off between controlling and protecting quantum states
  • 2014 - 2018 Macroscopic quantum theory for quantum condensations in non-equilibrium composite systems
  • 2012 - 2015 Ultrastrong coupling of light and matter: Lasing of nonclassical states
  • 2007 - 2009 Nonlinear optical theory incorporating microscopic structures of condensed matters and quantum properties of electromagnetic fields
Papers (54):
  • Fumiki Yoshihara, Sahel Ashhab, Tomoko Fuse, Motoaki Bamba, Kouichi Semba. Hamiltonian of a flux qubit-LC oscillator circuit in the deep-strong-coupling regime. Scientific Reports. 2022. 12. 6764
  • Motoaki Bamba, Xinwei Li, Nicolas Marquez Peraca, Junichiro Kono. Magnonic superradiant phase transition. Communications Physics. 2022. 5. 3
  • Tomohiro Shitara, Motoaki Bamba, Fumiki Yoshihara, Tomoko Fuse, Sahel Ashhab, Kouichi Semba, Kazuki Koshino. Nonclassicality of open circuit QED systems in the deep-strong coupling regime. New Journal of Physics. 2021. 23. 10. 103009
  • Takuma Makihara, Kenji Hayashida, G. Timothy Noe II, Xinwei Li, Nicolas Marquez Peraca, Xiaoxuan Ma, Zuanming Jin, Wei Ren, Guohong Ma, Ikufumi Katayama, et al. Ultrastrong magnon-magnon coupling dominated by antiresonant interactions. Nature Communications. 2021. 12. 3115
  • Nicolas Marquez Peraca, Andrey Baydin, Weilu Gao, Motoaki Bamba, Junichiro Kono. Ultrastrong light-matter coupling in semiconductors. Semiconductors and Semimetals. 2020. 89-151
MISC (13):
  • Andrey Baydin, Kenji Hayashida, Takuma Makihara, Fuyang Tay, Xiaoxuan Ma, Wei Ren, Guohong Ma, G. Timothy Noe II, Ikufumi Katayama, Jun Takeda, et al. Magnetically Tuned Continuous Transition from Weak to Strong Coupling in Terahertz Magnon Polaritons. 2022
  • Foundation of the Japanese Association for the Advancement of Science. Science Journal KAGAKU. 2022. 92. 5. 398-400
  • Kurihara, Takayuki, Bamba, Motoaki, Watanabe, Hiroshi, Nakajima, Makoto, Suemoto, Tohru. Spin canting in nonlinear terahertz magnon dynamics revealed by magnetorefractive probing in orthoferrite. 2022
  • 磁石の中で自然と現れる「止まった波」 -超放射相転移が起こる磁石を発見-. プレスリリース. 2022
  • Riad Yahiaoui, Zizwe A. Chase, Chan Kyaw, Fuyang Tay, Andrey Baydin, G. Timothy Noe II, Junyeob Song, Junichiro Kono, Amit Agrawal, Motoaki Bamba, et al. Tunable Plasmonic Ultrastrong Coupling: Emulating Dicke Physics at Room Temperature. 2021
Books (2):
  • Semiconductor quantum science and technology
    Elsevier, Academic Press 2020 ISBN:9780128237731
  • 物性物理100問集
    大阪大学出版会 2016 ISBN:9784872595710
Lectures and oral presentations  (37):
  • Ultrastrong coupling between terahertz wave and a variety of materials
    (The 50th workshop of the 182nd Committee on Terahertz Science, Technology and Industrial Development, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science 2022)
  • 電磁波が冷えたら磁石になる?
    (日本科学振興協会 第1回総会・キックオフミーティング 2022)
  • Ultrastrong light-matter coupling and superradiant phase transition
    (The 22th Symposium on Plasmonic Chemistry 2022)
  • 光が冷えたら 磁石になる?
    (京都大学創立125周年記念 「"鏡"プロジェクト」2022/6/11開催 2022)
  • Superradiant phase transition
    (The Physical Society of Japan 2022 Annual (77th) Meeting 19aS06-7 2022)
Education (2):
  • 2004 - 2009 Osaka University Graduate School of Engineering Science Department of Materials Engineering Science
  • 2000 - 2004 Osaka University School of Engineering Science Department of Electronics and Materials Physics
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Science (Osaka University)
Work history (13):
  • 2021/01 - 現在 Kyoto University Graduate School of Science Collaborative Associate Professor
  • 2021/01 - 現在 Kyoto University The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research Program-Specific Associate Professor
  • 2019/12 - 現在 Kyoto University International Research Unit of Quantum Information Member
  • 2017/10 - 2021/03 Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Precursory Research for Embryonic Science and Technology (PRESTO) PRESTO Researcher
  • 2019/04 - 2020/12 Kyoto University Graduate School of Science Program-Specific Junior Associate Professor (JST PRESTO)
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Committee career (5):
  • 2021/11 - 現在 Japanese Association for the Advancement of Science (JAAS) Board member
  • 2015/04 - 現在 Young Association for Optical Science Committee
  • 2021/11 - 2022/07 Japanese Association for the Advancement of Science President
  • 2020/11 - 2022/06 The Preparation Committee of Japanese Association for Advancement of Science Chairperson
  • 2017/04 - 2018/03 The Physical Society of Japan Committee in Division 5
Awards (8):
  • 2019/09 - Web of Science Top Peer Reviewer 2019, Top 1% of reviewers in Physics
  • 2018/09 - Web of Science Publons Peer Review Awards 2018, Top 1% of reviewers in Physics
  • 2018/02 - Research Foundation for Opto-Science and Technology Research Award Exploring physical systems showing super-radiant phase transitions
  • 2017/03 - The Physical Society of Japan 11th Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan (Division 5: Optical Properties of Condensed Matter) Superposition of light in free space and localized matters
  • 2017/03 - The Physical Society of Japan 11th Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan (Division 1: Atomic and Molecular physics, Quantum Electronics, Radiation) Theoretical studies on the ultrastrong light matter coupling
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Association Membership(s) (1):
The Physical Society of Japan
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