Masazumi Fujiwara, PhD
Research Professor / Associate Professor (Lab. Head)
Masazumi (Zumi) received his PhD in physics at Osaka City University in 2008. He worked for quantum nanophotonics at Hokkaido Univ. (2009-2014) and Humboldt Univ. Berlin (2013-2015). Since 2015, he has been working for quantum sensing at Kwansei Gakuin Univ. (2015-2016), Osaka City Univ. (2016-2021), and Okayama Univ. (2021-present). See the detailed bibliography.
Eriko is working on group administration and experimental support for our research. She knows best about Okayama among us!
Keisuke is working on the development of nanodiamond ODMR/Thermometry system for intracellular temperature measurements. He obtained BComm in 2019 and MSc in 2021 at Osaka City University. He was awarded to OU-Fellowship for 2021-2023 and JSPS-fellowship (DC2) for 2023-2025. He loves playing piano pieces by Beethoven (Moonlight Sonata 3rd Movement, Waldstein Sonata 3rd Movement).
PhD student, Receipient of Okayama University Felloship
Sara is interested in analytical chemistry applications on biological samples. She is investigating thermotaxis behavior of C. elegans, and molecular mechanisms behind it, by combining quantum thermometry with different imaging techniques. Before coming to Japan, she received a Master's degree in Biomedical Sciences/Medical imaging from Maastricht University in the Netherlands.
Muhammad Wahyu Nugraha
PhD student, Receipient of MEXT Scholarship
ヌグラハ ムハマド・ワッユ，大学院生（博士後期課程） 国費外国人留学生
Wahyu primarily works on material sciences. His previous work synthesized photocatalysts, absorbents, membrane composites, and AOPs for water purification. He is currently interested in studying the NPs synthesis, its functionalization, and its effect on the ecological environment. He loves to play strategic board games in his spare time. He received MEng from Universiti Teknologi Petronas in Malaysia.
Mina received her MSc in Nanotechnology Engineering - Nanoelectronics from University of Tabriz in Iran. Her latest achievements was published in Plasmonics journal. She primarily works on application of nanodiamond thermometry to cellular thermal analysis. Her research interest is development of nanophotonic biosensors in cell research. She loves art, especially oil painting and chiaroscuro.
Master Course Student
Takaki is curious about the state of the cells at different temperature and is going to study it. He would like to further develop the research in the future master's course.
Master Course Student
Hiromu is interested in measurement device mechanism and nanodiamonds and is studying microwave antennas and loop gap resonator. He was a transfer student from National Institute of Technology Tsuyama college in 2021.
Fumiya is interested in the analysis of nanomaterials and biology and is studying calcium imaging. He has been a transfer student from National Anan Institute of Technology in 2022.
Kazuki is interested in surface modification of nanodiamonds.
He is learning various chemical synthesis and trying new functional groups.