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Yasuhiko Arakawa (Japanese 荒川 泰彦, Arakawa Yasuhiko; born 6 November 1952) is a Japanese physicist. His research focuses on semiconductor physics, including growth of nanostructures and their optoelectronic applications. Among his main achievements are the proposal of the concept of quantum dots and their application to quantum dot lasers, the observation of exciton-polariton Rabi-splitting in a semiconductor microcavity, or, recently, the first 3D photonic crystal nanocavity lasers with quantum dot gain. Yasuhiko Arakawa (Japanese 荒川 泰彦, Arakawa Yasuhiko; * 6. November 1952 in der Präfektur Aichi) ist ein japanischer Physiker. Arakawa erhielt den Bachelor of Science (1975), den Master of Science (1977) und den Ph.D. (1980) in Elektrotechnik an der University of Tokyo. Ab 1980 war er Assistenzprofessor an der University of Tokyo und seit 1993 ist er Professor, derzeit im Research Center for Advanced Science and technology. Er ist ferner Direktor des Nanoelectronics Research Center am Institute of Industrial Science der University of Tokyo und Research Professor bei Nippon Telegraph and Telephone.
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Yasuhiko Arakawa (Japanese 荒川 泰彦, Arakawa Yasuhiko; born 6 November 1952) is a Japanese physicist. His research focuses on semiconductor physics, including growth of nanostructures and their optoelectronic applications. Among his main achievements are the proposal of the concept of quantum dots and their application to quantum dot lasers, the observation of exciton-polariton Rabi-splitting in a semiconductor microcavity, or, recently, the first 3D photonic crystal nanocavity lasers with quantum dot gain. Yasuhiko Arakawa (Japanese 荒川 泰彦, Arakawa Yasuhiko; * 6. November 1952 in der Präfektur Aichi) ist ein japanischer Physiker. Arakawa erhielt den Bachelor of Science (1975), den Master of Science (1977) und den Ph.D. (1980) in Elektrotechnik an der University of Tokyo. Ab 1980 war er Assistenzprofessor an der University of Tokyo und seit 1993 ist er Professor, derzeit im Research Center for Advanced Science and technology. Er ist ferner Direktor des Nanoelectronics Research Center am Institute of Industrial Science der University of Tokyo und Research Professor bei Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. Die Forschungsschwerpunkte sind Wachstum und Physik von Halbleiter-Nanostrukturen, insbesondere für optoelektronische Geräte wie z.B. Laser.
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