International collaboration smart lab
Associate Professor NOMURA Hikaru
Artificial intelligence with nanomagnets
Development of high functional scanning probe microscope
- Magnetic quantum dot cellular automata, Reservoir computing, Magnetic force microscopy, Scanning probe microscopy
- Research Activities
Seeking an intelligent behavior hidden in nano-magnetic materialsNanomagnets can be used not only as storage elements but also as logic gates via magneto-static interactions. Moreover, these nanomagnets can serve as a strain sensor. With these human-like functions, (sense, remember, and compute), we aim to create a human-like intelligent system that can cooperate with humans.
To accelerate our research, we are developing a new measurement technique utilizing scanning probe microscopy (SPM). SPM offers the advantage of high-resolution imaging and the capability to manipulate sample surfaces. By combining SPM with the light from NanoTerasu, we plan to develop an advanced multifunctional measurement system.