With work on nano-optics and superfluids under her belt, Sahar was given a funny hat and sent on new adventure in Osaka to work with Makoto Tsubota at Osaka City University.
Yano E Plus, a monthly magazine published from the Yano research institute covered a story on research result that the Quantum Systems Unit announced last May, as one of the recent highlights on the quantum technology field. The article is based on the interview with Ayaka Usui, the Junior Research Fellow at OIST.
After passing his thesis, getting properly dressed up and sorting all his paperwork, Mathias is finally off for his new adventure in Osaka with Ippei Danshita at Kindai University. Thank you for having worked with us and best of luck for all your future plans!
Feshly awarded PhDs Jiabao and James are off to new adventures (one each) and we will miss them dearly. They are equipped with all OIST had to offer and will, no doubt, be great ambassadors for Okinawa.
...when planning to defend your thesis work successfully. And (the now) Dr. Chen did just this. Congratulations Jiabao on impressive work and a successful final exam! The hat fits well.
...but hard work was the reason that Tim was able to successfully defend his thesis proposal in front of Prof. Brand from Massey University in New Zealand. Well done Tim!
...into physicists. Congratulations to Lewis for defeding his thesis proposal in front of Prof. Hakuta from UEC! Optical binding will never be the same.
When one finally dons the robe and listens to speeches full of gravitas, then, and only then, does one get hit by the full weight that comes with being a PhD. Congratulations Irina!
Prof. Thomas Busch has received the best OIST mentor award!
The award is presented by the OIST Researcher Community, and is given in recognition of Faculty members’ strong commitment to outstanding mentoring in career advancement for group members and OIST Employees.
Congratulations! ( )
The summit of a five-year research career finally achieved. Well done, Irina!
On this day we have 5 interns! Best day ever! It's easy to see who's been here the longest ;) (2018/08/16)
Ayaka Usui has taken her PhD Proposal exam in front of Prof. Berge Englert from NU Singapore and Prof. Shinobu Hikami from OIST. She will now work on creating interesting non-classical states in strongly correlated ultracold atom systems.