Group Photo, April 2018 (Click the picture to enlarge)

In this picture, from left to right:
Shota Inoue, Shingo Yoshioka, Bishwajeet Singh Bhardwaj, Masaki Taniguchi, Shun Igarashi, Takeshi Sugiyama, Yusaku Midori, Prabhat Verma, Rhea Sam, Yuka Yoneda, Takayuki Umakoshi, Ryota Morioka, Ryo Kato, Ravi Yadav, Shunsuke Nakamura, and Koki Taguchi.

About our lab:

The Nano Spectroscopy ( NaSpec ) research group is relatively a new and small team in the department with very enthusiastic professors, reserchers and students. The primary research interest of this team is to utilize spectroscopic techniques at nanoscale to study various nanomaterials. Apart from studying the basic properties of materials at nanoscales, one of the interesting applications is to achieve a nanometric spatial resolution in optical imaging. This is done by combining plasmonic and near-field effects to Raman and photoluminescence spectroscopies, which allows one to "see" nanomaterials through visible light.

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