Kazunari Ozasa, Ph.D., Eng.,

Senior Research Scientist
Maeda Bioengineering Lab.
RIKEN
2-1 Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama 351-0198, Japan
Tel: +81-48-462-1111 (ext. 4444, 8409), Fax: +81-48-462-4658, E-mail: ozasa [at] riken.jp




Academic Degree

1980 - 1984 ... BE. Department of Engineering (Plasma Engineering), Kyoto University
1984 - 1986 ... ME. Department of Engineering (Semiconductor Engineering), Kyoto University
1986 - 1989 ... Ph.D, Department of Engineering (Semiconductor Engineering), Kyoto University




Occupational Career

1990.4 - 1991.3. ... Research Scientist; Laser Group, RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research), Saitama, Japan
1991.4 - 1998.3. ... Research Scientist; Semiconductors Engineering Lab., RIKEN, Saitama, Japan
1998.4 - 2003.3. ... Senior Research Scientist; Semiconductors Engineering Lab., RIKEN, Saitama, Japan
2003.4 - 2008.9. ... Senior Research Scientist; Maeda Bioengineering Lab. / Frontier Research System, RIKEN, Saitama, Japan
2008.10 - 2013.3. ... Senior Research Scientist; Maeda Bioengineering Lab. / Flucto-Order Functions Research Team,
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2013.4 - Present ... Senior Research Scientist; Maeda Bioengineering Lab. RIKEN, Saitama, Japan

1992.4 - 1995.3. ... Research Scientist; PRESTO, JST, Tokyo, Japan
2001.4 - 2010.3. ... Visiting Assoc. Professor; Saitama University, Saitama, Japan
2006.4 - 2017.3. ... Visiting Assoc. Professor; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Kanagawa, Japan





Speciality

- Semiconductor Thin Film Growth (MBE, CBE, MOCVD, GaAs, InGaAsP, QDs, Alq3)
- Nanoprobe measurements (STM, SNOM, AFM, KFM, nanoprobe-induce strain)
- Semiconductor Physics (Nanostructures, QDs, CdSe NPs)
- Bioengineering (Bio-FETs, Microbe-based neurocomputing, Optical feedback system, microfluidics, LAPS)



Current Research Topics

- Euglena-based neurocomputing with microscopic optical feedback system
- Photoinduced evolution of surface-potential undulation observed on vacuum-deposited thin films of Alq3
- Nanoprobe-induced strain effects on photoluminescence of InGaAs QDs
- Anodization and hydrothermal formation of TiO2 nanostructures



Previous Research Topics

- Development of plasma particle simulation with implicit method
- Chemical beam epitaxy of phosphorus-based ternary compounds InGaP, AlGaP, InAlP
- Thin film deposition of In2O3 and Ga2O3 with alternative gas supply method
- In situ selective epitaxy and removal of mask with chemical beam epitaxy
- In situ control of formation and dissolution of InGaAs QDs with chemical beam epitaxy
- Cell-based biosensors with GaAs-FETs



Remarks

- Lecture : Special Lecture on Semiconductor Physics I/II @ Saitma University
- Lecture : Special Lecture on Semiconductor Technology @ Saitma University
- Lecture : Electronic Properties of Semiconductors @ Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Lecture : Semiconductor Physics and Devices @ Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Patent : "Short-pulsed chemical beam epitaxy" Opn. No. 1993-206036 (13 August 1993)
- Patent : "Dry etching through oxidation" Opn. No. 1996-078399 (22 March 1996)
- Patent : "Generation of high-peak pulse plasma with gas pulse injection scheme" Opn. No. 1995-335395 (22 December 1995)
- Patent : "Non-radiative process scanning probe microscope" Opn. No. 2000-046715 (18 February 2000)
- Patent : "Nanoprobe modulation microscope" Appl.No. 2001-279406 (14 September 2001)
- Member : Material Research Society
- Member : The Physical Society of Japan
- Member : The Japan Society of Applied Physics
- Member : The Society for Biotechnology Japan
- Member : Euglena Research Society
- Organizer : Secretary General @ AsiaNANO2010
- Editor : Guest Editor @ J.Nanosci.Nanotech. for AsiaNANO2010



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