Bingbonk

Laboratory of Applied Solid State Physics
Research Group of Quantum Matter Physics, Division of Applied Physics
Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University

Prof. Oliver B. WrightAssoc. Prof. Osamu Matsuda

Bingbonk

Japanese version

Current research activities: picosecond ultrasonics and plasmonics in nanostructures, plasphonics, acoustic metamaterials, surface acoustic wave visualization with ultrashort optical pulses, ultrafast electronic and thermal diffusion, nanoscale phonon detection using atomic force microscopy

          Top News:  Watching phonons in k-space  
                           
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                              What is a phonon diode?  
                              Imaging vibrating nanovoids  
                              X-shaped caustics in gratings  

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Last update: May 28, 2014

Research activities

Exhibition

Let's see sound! Watching ripples on crystals and structures. An exhibition. Hokkaido University Museum 1F

Seasonal views around our laboratory

Spring azaleas and fountainSummer duck sails across the pond
Autumn view of pondWinter ducks disobey instructions

Spring views

Summer views

Autumn views

Winter views

Contact information

Any comments and suggestions are welcome. Please write to

Prof. O. B. Wright,
Division of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University,
Kita 13 Nishi 8, Kita-ku, Sapporo 060-8628, Japan.

or e-mail to this address:

olly@eng.hokudai.ac.jp

Our laboratory rooms are A2-24, A2-25, P261 in the Faculty of Engineering. Click here for the Map of our Faculty and for Access to the university.


Bingbonk

Group Mascot: The Bingbonk (that likes phonons and electromagnetic waves)


Background image : Snapshot of surface acoustic waves propagating on crystals and complex nanostructures (200 micrometer x 200 micrometer regions).


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