Organized by Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM), the Nano Open Webinars continue with a webinar entitled “Molecular Spin Qubits for Quantum Computer and High-Density Memory Devices Based on Molecular Magnets” that will be delivered by Prof. Masahiro Yamashita from Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Tohoku University, at 11:00 on Wednesday, May 3, 2023.
Spintronics, based on the freedoms of charge and spin of the electron, is a key technology in the 21st century. Magnetic random access memory (MRAM), which uses giant magnetoresistance (GMR), has several advantages compared with electronics. Although conventional magnets composed of transition metals are normally used, in their study, they use molecule-based nano-magnets and single-molecule magnets (SMMs) to overcome “Moore`s Limitation”. SMMs are also available for quantum computer. Prof. Yamashita will talk about the molecular spin qubits for quantum computer (Crystal Engineering Method, g-Tensor Engineering Method, Orbital Engineering Method, and Molecular Technology Method) as well as high-density memory devices such as single-molecule memory device, SMMs encapsulated into SWCNT, and metallic conducting SMMs with negative magnetoresistances.
To register for the Nano Open Webinar that will be held as a hybrid in the SUNUM Foyer on May 3, 2023 at 11:00 am http://otolab.sabanciuniv.edu/SUNUMActivityRegistrationForm
About Prof. Masahiro Yamashita
Masahiro Yamashita received PhD in 1982 from KyushuUniversity. After hisgraduation, he was appointed as Assistant Professor at Kyushu University in 1983. In1989, he was appointed as Associate Professor at Nagoya University, andhe was promoted to full Professor at the same university in 1998. He wasa full Professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University from 2000 to 2004. Then he moved TohokuUniversity as a full Professor. He is now Emeritus Professor of Tohoku University. Hehas been honored with Inoue Scientiﬁc Award (2002), Chemical Society of Japan Award for Creative Work (2005), Award of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry (2014), Mukai Award (2018), and Chemical Society of Japan Award for 2019. He has published 635 original papers, review articles, and bools.