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Lab members

Professor Jun Ohta e-mail: ohta @ ms.naist.jp
phone: +81-743-72-6051
fax: +81-743-72-6059
office: F606
Assosiate Professor Takashi Tokuda e-mail: tokuda @ ms.naist.jp
phone: +81-743-72-6050
fax: +81-743-72-6059
office: F605
Assistant Professor Kiyotaka Sasagawa e-mail: sasagawa @ ms.naist.jp
phone: +81-743-72-6054
fax: +81-743-72-6052
office: F604
Assistant Professor Toshihiko Noda e-mail: t-noda @ ms.naist.jp
phone: +81-743-72-6054
fax: +81-743-72-6052
office: F604
Assistant Professor Makito Haruta e-mail: m-haruta @ ms.naist.jp
phone: +81-743-72-6054
fax: +81-743-72-6052
office: F604
Researcher Kenzo Shodo shodo@ ms.naist.jp
Yasuo Terasawa
Yasumi Ohta
(PD)
ohtay@ ms.naist.jp
Hironari Takehara
(PD)
t-hironari@ ms.naist.jp
Yoshinori Sunaga
(PD)
su-yoshinori@ ms.naist.jp
Ayaka Kimura a-kimura@ ms.naist.jp
Yoshiko Noda yoshiko-n@ ms.naist.jp
Mamiko Kawahara
mamikawa@ ms.naist.jp
Madoka Shimada
madokas@ ms.naist.jp
Secretary Ryoko Fukuzawa fukuzawa@ ad.naist.jp
D3 Takashi Ohta ota.takashi.of1
Takumi Fujisawa f-takumi
Hajime Hayami hayami.hajime.gx9
Takahiro Yamaguchi yamaguchi.takahiro.yg7
Shinzo Koyama koyama.shinzo.kh6
D1 Hee Wan Shen hee.wan_shen.hr3
Mariko Kuwabara
Yukari Nakano
M2 Nattakarn Wuthibenjaphonchai nattakarn.wuthibenjaphonchai.nr7
Narihito Ikeda
Takaaki Ishizu
Akari Shiraishi
Kenta Nakamoto
Shinya Nishimura
Kouki Fujimoto
Shunsuke Miyazaki
M1 Aiki Kameyama
Yusuke Kawano
Daiki Shirahige
Keisuke Terada
Kyosuke Naganuma
Yasuto Mori

Previous members

Assistant Prof. Hiroaki Takehara Moved to School of Engineering, University of Tokyo, as an assistant professor on Oct. 1, 2016.
Researcher Mayumi Motoyama Resigned on Feb. 29, 2016.
Secretary Kazumi Matsumoto Resigned on May 31, 2015.
Researcher Yoshiko Noda Resigned on April 30, 2015.
Researcher Yasuyo Maezawa Resigned on March 31, 2014.
Researcher Ai Hachisuka Resigned on August 31, 2013.
Post Doctral Fellow Takuma Kobayashi Moved to Research Institute of Oriental Medicine, Kinki University, as an assistant professor on July 1, 2012.
Post Doctral Fellow Ayato Tagawa Joined to Sysmex corp. in May, 2011.
Researcher Yumiko (Noguchi) Hatanaka Moved to the National institute for physiological sciences in April, 2011.
Researcher David C. NG Moved to the Unversity of Melbourne on April 9, 2008.
Professor Masahiro Nunoshita Retired on March 31, 2008.
Assistant Professor Keiichiro Kagawa Moved to Laboratory of Information Photonics, Department of Information and Physical Sciences, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University as an associate professor on October 1, 2007
Secretary Yuki Asano Resigned on December 31, 2003.

OB・OG

Year and month of completion of the courses Name Title
Mar. 2017 Yoshinori Sunaga Study on fluorescence detection sensitivity of implantable CMOS imaging device for measuring brain activities ​in freely moving mice (doctral dissertation)
Hiroyuki Tashiro 脈絡膜上経網膜刺激方式人工視覚用刺激電極アレイの高性能化とその評価方法に関する研究 (doctral dissertation)
Anek Wuthayavanich Small implantable CMOS fluorescence imaging device with compact processing system for the detection of nitric oxide (doctral dissertation)
Satoru Iwasaki Basic structure of flexible brain stimulation / measurement device with integrated coaxial optrode  
Kazutaka Osawa Contact imaging type fluorescence measurement device integrated with microfluidic chips for cellular analysis  
Yuji Katsuragi Intravital optical communication devices using implantable hydrogel light guides  
Ryo Kobe A study on performance enhancement of stimulus electrodes of subretinal prosthesis devices for high spatial resolution  
Atsushi Nakatsuka Performance improvement of polarization – analyzing CMOS image sensor for in situ chiral measurement systems  
Yuta Nakamoto Optimization of a lensless digital ELISA system with a light pipe array for single molecular fluorescence imaging  
Akito Yoshimura Study on the optimization of assembly process of a retinal prosthesis device using smart electrodes with built-in CMOS microchips aiming for a multi electrode array  
Mar. 2016 Toshikazu Kawamura Studies on CMOS-Based Implantable Glucose Sensors with a Glucose-Responsive Fluorescent Hydrogel (doctral dissertation)
Ryohei Kawasaki A Study on the Performance Improvement of Smart Electrode Device with Built-in CMOS Microchips for Retinal Prosthesis  
Mizuki Nagasaki A Study on Lensless Digital Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) System Using Light Pipe Array  
Kengo Nagata Implantable CMOS Sensors and Image Data Transmission with Optical Communication in Biological Tissues  
Satoki Noguchi CMOS-based Multimodal Neural Interface Device for Wide Area Coverage  
Megumi Hayashi A Study on the Structure and Fabrication Process of Electrodes for Subretinal Prosthesis  
Tomohiro Hirai A Study on Implantable Glucose Sensor Using Fluorescent Hydrogel with Optical Power Supply  
Masaaki Honda Performance Improvement of Polarization-Analyzing CMOS Image Sensor and in situ Chiral Analyzing System for Micro Reactor  
Mar. 2015 Hironari Takehara A compact lensless digital enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) system using a CMOS image sensor for fluorescence detection (doctral dissertation)
Naoya Kamiyama Functional verification of CMOS-based opto-electorinic neural interface device for optogenetics  
Kazuki Kitaguchi Optimization of a CMOS image sensor for fluorescence detection dedicated to lensless digital ELISA  
Zijun Jin Research of CMOS-based neural interface device amplifier  
Hajime Hayami Performance improvement of implantable CMOS image sensor for intra-brain imaging by using body-channel communication technique  
Takumi Fujisawa Study on AC power supplying and functional validation of smart electrodes with built-in CMOS microchips for retinal prosthesis  
Keita Masuda Performance improvement of CMOS-based implantable glucose sensor using fluorescent hydrogel  
Takahiro Yamaguchi Development of an implantable CMOS image sensor with self-reset function for brain imaging  
Mar. 2014 Makito Haruta An ultra-small implantable CMOS imaging device for measuring brain functions on freely moving animals(doctral dissertation)
Norimitsu Wakama Application of in situ chiral analysis system using polarization-analyzing CMOS image sensor for micro-reactor systems(doctral dissertation)
Yoshiaki Ishii The study about body-channel communication for minimally invasive of implanted CMOS Image Sensor in brain  
Kazuhiro Uejima Study on implantable glucose monitoring device based on CMOS image sensor with fluorescent hydrogel  
Shohei Kurogi Development of CMOS chips for minimally invasive neuralinterface device  
Yoshinori Sunaga A study on detection sensitivity of CMOS image sensor for brain functional imaging  
Shun Nakajima Study on CMOS-based Neural Interface Device for Optical Stimulation and Electrical Measurement  
Yusuke Fujimoto Study of Smart Electrode with Built-in CMOS Microchips for Retinal Prosthesis Device  
Kazuya Miyazawa Sensitivity improvement of CMOS imaging device for digital enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay  
Mar. 2013 Yi-Li Pan Development of Stimulus Electrodes for High Resolution Retinal Prosthetic Devices(doctral dissertation)
Yosmongkol Sawadsaringkarn CMOS-based optoelectronic neural interface device for optogenetics and fluorescence imaging(doctral dissertation)
Daisuke Okabayashi A lensless on-chip imaging device using a CMOS image sensor for digital enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
Chikara Kitsumoto Image quality improvement and invasive reduction of an implantable CMOS image sensor for in vivo brain imaging
Nobuya Tachikawa Development of CMOS sensing circuits for an implantable glucose monitoring device
Yukie Higashimaru Fabrication and Functional Evaluation of a Spinal Cord Stimulation and Recording Device with CMOS Microchips
Yuki Hiramatsu A study on smart-electrode architecture with CMOS microchips for a retinal prosthetic device
Tomoaki Miyatani Performance Improvement of a CMOS Sensor Device with an Integrated Micro Light Source Array for Optogenetics
Shogo Yokota A study on intra-body signal transmission of brain-implantable CMOS image sensor
Mar. 2012 Arata Nakajima Optoelectronic neural stimulation and recording devices based on CMOS integrated circuits technologies (doctral dissertation)
Keisuke Ando Research on performance improvement of CMOS image sensors integrated with micro-optical devices
Takasuke Ito Studies on improvement of stimulus and recording functions of a neural interface device with CMOS microchips
Yuki Oda Research on image quality improvement of on-chip fluorescence measurement using a CMOS image sensor
Takuya Kitao Studies on a CMOS-based retinal stimulator for wide viewing angle
Hiroshi Kimura A CMOS image sensor integrated with an LED array for optogenetics applications
Hitoshi Matsuoka Development of microreactor-compatible in situ chiral analysis system using polarization-analyzing CMOS image sensor
Hiroyuki Masuda Improvement of an implantable CMOS image sensor for highly sensitive fluorescence imaging and multi-area functional imaging in a brain
Mar. 2011 Sanshiro Shishido Development of functional CMOS image sensors for biomedical applications (doctral dissertation)
Masakazu Kuwayama Wireless in vivo functional brain imaging in freely moving mouse with CMOS image sensor
Yuki Sagawa Functional design and proof of flexible brain stimulation and measurment device with CMOS chip
Hiroshi Taneda Development of CMOS image sensor with light guide array structure for high spatial resolution in vivo fluorescent imaging
Shingo Tomimatsu Development of CMOS retinal stimulator with bullet-shape Pt electrode
Yuji Fujioka High precision of a polarization-analyzing CMOS image sensor and application for in stiu chiral measurement
Yuki Mizuta Improvement of image quality of implantable functional brain imaging system
Ayumu Murakami High performance retinal stimulator with penetration electrode structure
Dec. 2010 Ayato Tagawa Development a multimodal CMOS sensor for brain functional sensing (doctral dissertation)
Mar. 2010 Kyosuke Minakawa Study on micro-chemical devices based on complementary-metal-oxide-semiconductor technologies (doctral dissertation)
Yasuhiro Oguro CMOS image sensor for brain activities by an optical imaging method
Akihiro Kakeda Studies on stimulus circuits and stimulus electrodes employed in a CMOS chip for retinal prosthesis
Hiroya Shimohata In situ chiral analyzing CMOS sensor module for micro flow system
Yoichi Takeuchi Functional demonstration of a multi-chip retinal stimulator with light controlled and multisite stimulation capability
Masahide Fujiwara Research on multipoint electro-optic imaging by CMOS image sensor
Masahiro Mitani In vivo brain imaging by a CMOS image sensor mounted with a light guide array structure
Hiroki Minami Realtime molecular imaging in the brain of freely moving mouse with a CMOS image sensor
Mar. 2009 Yasuo Terasawa Visual prostheses based on suprachoroidal-transretinal stimulation (doctral dissertation)
Takaaki Miyashita High accuracy wavefront aberration measurement technologies for microlenses and their application to international standards (doctral dissertation)
Shigeki Sawamura Studies on retinal prosthesis devices for light-controlled and simultanerous multi-site stimulation
Tetsuya Sugiyama Development of a light guide array structure for in vivo brain imaging using CMOS image sensor
Ayato Tagawa Development of a multimodal CMOS sensor for brain functional sensing
Asako Higuchi In vivo functional brain imaging in freely moving mouse with CMOS imaging devices
Kohei Hiyama Development of a flexible retinal prosthesis device with an optically controlled stimulation function
Keisuke Yagyu A study on a sub-retinal implant device with a signal processing function
Hirofumi Yamada Polarization-analyzing CMOS image sensor with monolithically embedded polarizer
Mar. 2008 Yuji Nakama Fabrication of precision-controlled Ⅳ-semiconductor nanocrystals using bio-nanoprocess (doctral dissertation)
Ryosuke Asano Development of a CMOS-based flexible retinal stimulator for animal experiments
Sho Sato A CMOS sensor for analysing polarization in micro chemistry
Sanshiro Shishido A dedicated CMOS image sensor for medical applications with low operation voltage and low power consumption
Itsuki Nagahata A study on high-speed CMOS imager with multi-point simultaneous reception for optical wireless LANs
Taro Mizuno Development of a CMOS-based bioimplantable sensor device for in vivo functional brain imaging
Tomoya Miyawaki Research on fundamental component of wavelength-division-multiplexed optical wireless LAN with a CMOS image sensor
Mar. 2007 Yudai Adachi Image evaluation of wide dynamic range CMOS image sensor by fusion of active and passive pixel sensors
Issei Kadowaki Detection of DNA using optical/potential dual-image CMOS sensor
Tatsuya Sasaki Low voltage/low power consumption CMOS image sensor for high resolution
Sachie Sugitani Multi-chip LSI-based retinal ptosthesis devices for high density stimulation
Mari Taniyama Multi-chip LSI-based retinal stimulation device and stimulus electrodes for high efficiency stimulation
Takuma Nakagawa Development of advanced implantable CMOS image sensors for functional brain imaging
Keiji Nomura Wavelength-division-multiplexing free-space optical data transmission using a CMOS image sensor
Kyosuke Minakawa Crystallinity evaluation and solid phase epitaxy growth of β-FeSi2 nano-crystal in a-Si with Fe nano-dots prepared by bio-nano-process
Mar. 2006 David C. Ng Development of CMOS image sensors for subretinal stimulation and on-chip bioimaging of the brain (doctral dissertation)
Tetsuo Furumiya Retinal prosthesis devices using pulse frequency modulation vision chips (doctral dissertation)
Koji Yamamamo CMOS image sensors with the function of detecting modulated light based on alternative charge transferring method and high-speed readout of multiple reagion-of-interest method (doctral dissertation)
Yosuke Katsura Construction of β-FeSi2 nano-crystal with bio-nano-process
Masayuki Kawada Development of an implantable multi-chip neural stimulation device for retinal prosthesis
Kunihiro Tanaka Optical and electrochemical composition imaging CMOS sensor with on-chip biosensing
Yugo Nose Wide dynamic range CMOS image sensor by fusion of active and passive pixel sensors
Masamichi Matsuo Development of an implantable CMOS image sensor for in vivo brain imaging
Akio Yamamoto Optical and potential dual-image CMOS sensor for on-chip DNA microarray analysis
Shinya Yamamoto A low-voltage pulse-frequency-modulation vision chip with in-pixel digital image processing circuits for retinal prosthesis
Akihiro Yoshida Design of image sensor for wavelength-division-multipled optical wireless LANs and experimental verification of photoreceiver circuits
June 2005 Kotaro Yasuoka Highly functional PFM photo sensors for retinal prosthesis device
Mar. 2005 Akihiro Uehara Study on retinal prosthesis devices based on distributed sensor network (doctral dissertation)
Takashi Ikeuchi Study on crosstalk suppression between imaging and communication modes on vision chip for optical wireless LAN
Ryuta Iwai Optical nonliniality characterization of heavy metal oxide doped tellurite glasses
Hideki Okamoto Study on pulse modulation CMOS image sensor for bio-imaging
Fuyuka Shiraishi Characterization of photo receiver circuits for pulse frequency modulation
Yuji Nakama Study on size and position controlled fabrication of Si nano crystals
Akiko Fujiuchi Study on WDM optical wireless communication with wavelength-multiplexing diffractive phase element
Daisuke Mori Study on image sensor for eye-safe light fabricated by backside wafer fusion
Mar. 2004 Koji Kichise Study on highly pricise mask pattern fabrication and resist pattering process in X-ray lithography (doctral dissertation)
Hiroshi Watanabe
Improvement of quality and resolution of mask pattern transfer in X-ray lithography (doctral dissertation)
Kiyotaka Sasagawa Study on highly functional rare-earth-doped optical fiber and microsphere lasers (doctral dissertation)
Hiroaki Asazu Study on high-speed optical wireless communication using CMOS image sensors
Yu Oya Study on high-resolution and low-noise image sensor for optcal modualtion detection
Tomoaki Kawakami Stydy on CMOS image sensor for optical wirelss communication and optical routing technique
Yoshihisa Sakano Fabrication of micro-origami structure with Si/SiGe epitaxial crystal on Si substrate
Yohei Maeda Fabrication of Si nanocrystals by ion implantation
Zen-o Yonezawa Fabrication and optical nonlinearlity characterization of tellurite glasses
Mar. 2003 Hiroaki Nakanishi Study on silica based microchip electrophoresis systems and micro reactors by hydrofluoric acid bonding (Doctoral dissertation)
Motoki Okinaka Growth of GeC alloy using arc plasma gun as novel C molecular source (Doctoral dissertation)
Keiichi Isakari Study on vision chip for body implantation - chip thinning, operation under bending, and commnication outside the body -
Kazushi Kusawake Fabrication and characterization of tellrite glasses for optical fiber Raman amplification
Tomohiro Nishimura Study on CMOS image sensor for optical wireless LAN and communacation routing method
Tetsuya Hayashi Study on SiGe photodetectors on SOI substrate
Daisuke Fujiu Fabrication and characterization of Pb-based ferroelectric micro optical devices
Tetsuo Furumiya Study on pulse-frequency-modulation vision chip for retinal prosthesis device
Koji Miyatake Crystallinity improvemnt of GeC alloy grown by MBE using arc plasma gun
Koji Yamamoto Image quality improvement of image sensor for optical modulation detection
Mar. 2002 Shinobu Tamaoki Highly functional Tm-Ho codoped fluoride fiber lasers
Takashi Nakano Improvement of crystallinity and characterization of PLZT film for optical devices
Hirokatsu Nakayama Fabrication and characterization of SiGe based LED
Yasumasa Hamana Growth of GeC alloy using a novel C molecular source, arc plasma gun
Takao Hirai A vision chip for optical modulation detection
Norikatsu Yoshita A highly functionl vision chip based on pulse furequency modulation
Hiroshi Wakasa Study on CMOS image sensor for omni-directional camera, HyperOmniVision
Mar. 2001 Makoto Ohta Study on SiGe/Si crystal growth by MBE and elctrical and optical charactraization
Hirohiko Sakata Study on vision chip based on pulse frequency modulation
Kiyotaka Sasagawa Study on polarization controlled scanning near-field optical microscopy
Ryoichi Dansho MBE growth of GeC crystal using arc plasma gun
Naoyuki Tokida A vision chip with SiGe photodetectors
Yasunori Hattori Study on surace and boundary structure of MBE grown SiGe/Si by CAICISS
Shuji Yoshida Optical measuremnt of fine structure in ferroelectric film
Mar. 2000 Jun Akazawa Development of intelligent image sensors for modulated light detection
Harunori Iwai Observation of Ge/Si film grown process by CAISSIS
Akihiro Uehara Development of vision chips based on pulse modulation scheme
Hirofumi Ukita Study on polarization dependence of optical near-field images
Hiroshi Ohji Opical characteristics observation of ferroelectric films by scanning near-field microscopy
Motoki Okinaka Study on surface structure of MBE-grown SiGe/Si by CAISSIS
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