Laboratory of Information Photonics
  Department of Information and Physical Sciences,
  Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University


 

Laboratory of Information Photonics

In contrast to natural science unraveling the principles and the laws of the nature, science and technologies treating man-made artificial systems become important. Information science is nothing but the key academic field and various approaches are advancing. Especially, in the current world, importance of theories, systems, and software is recognized. Against the background, our laboratory proceeds researches and education focussing on "Information Photonics" in which "Light" familiar with our lives and having great potentials is utilized. Our goals are to master the use of "Light" and to present methodologies for solving a wide range of problems in the real world. We are developing new technologies and demonstration systems based on photonics, information science, image science, molecular biology, mathematical engineering, etc. Through these researches, we expect students will acquire abilities in both the natural and the artificial sciences required in a forthcoming society.

What's New
2022.4.1
Three undergraduate students and four graduate students joined our laboratory.

2022.1.25
The following paper was published in Optics Letters
   Ryoichi Horisaki et al: Compressive propagation with coherence

2021.12.23
We gave the following talk at The 11th Japan-Korea Workshop on Digital Holography & Information Photonics (DHIP 2021)
   Yusuke Ogura et al: Fluorescence sensing based on dynamic FRET networks [Invited]
   Shunichi Sakai et al: Experimental machine learning for XOR problem using spatio-temporal optical output of quantum dot network

2021.12.21
The following paper was published in Optics Express
   Jun Tanida et al: Digital-optical computational imaging capable of end-point logic operations

2021.12.10
The following paper was published in Optics Express
   Naruki Segawa et al: Tunable reservoir computing based on iterative function systems

2021.11.29-12.2
We gave the following talk at Imaging, Sensing, and Optical Memory 2021 (ISOM21)
   Ryo Watanabe et al: Image-based Communication for IoT Devices Using Digital Optical Coding

2021.10.10-10.12
We gave the following talk at SPIE/COS Photonics Asia
   Yusuke Ogura et al: Holographic subdiffraction limit illumination and its application [Invited]

2021.9.27-9.29
The following paper was published in Photonics in Switching and Computing 2021 (PSC2021)
   Suguru Shimomura et al: Non-linearly responsive neurons using a quantum-dot network for neuromorphic computing
   Shunichi Sakai et al: Verification of Spatiotemporal Optical Properties of Quantum Dot Network by Regioselective Photon counting

2021.9.10-9.13
We gave the following talk at JSAP-OSA Joint Symposia 2020
   Kunihiko Ehira et al: Single-shot spectral imaging by spectral speckle correlation

2021.9.1
Dr. Shimomura joined our laboratory as an assistant professor.

2021.6.1-6.3
We gave the following talk at The 12th International Conference on Optics-photonics Design & Fabrication (ODF’20)
   Yusuke Ogura et al: Construction of fluorescence tags using energy transfer networks on self-assembled DNA
   Naoya Tate et al: Echo state property of a quantum-dot network for nano-photonic reservoir computing

2021.4.19-9.22
We gave the following talk at The 7th Biomedical Imaging and Sensing Conference (BISC2021)
   Yusuke Ogura et al: Fluorescence tags using FRET networks and DNA structural change

2021.4.1
Three undergraduate students and two graduate students joined our laboratory.
Dr. Shimomura joined our laboratory as a project assistant professor.

2021.3.9
The following paper was published in Applied Optics
   Kunihiko Ehira et al: Spectral speckle-correlation imaging

2021.1.28
The following paper was published in Applied Optics
   Ryoichi Horisaki et al: Three-dimensional deeply generated holography [Invited]

2021.1.4
The following paper was published in Journal of the Optical Society of America B
   Masaki Nakagawa et al: Spatiotemporal model for FRET networks with multiple donors and acceptors: multicomponent exponential decay derived from the master equation

2020.10.26
The following paper was published in Applied Optics
   Kaoru Yamazaki et al: Imaging through scattering media based on semi-supervised learning

2020.9.11-9.12
Ryo Watanabe received the Student Paper Award at Information Photonics 2020 (IP20)

2020.9.11-9.12
We gave the following talk at Information Photonics 2020 (IP20)
   Suguru Shimomura et al: Temporal signal generation using FRET-based quantum dot network for optical reservoir computing
   Ryo Watanabe et al: Application of Digital Optical Coding to IoT Device Communication

2020.9.8-9.11
We gave the following talk at JSAP-OSA Joint Symposia 2020
   Ryoichi Horisaki et al: Three-dimensional speckle correlation imaging

2020.7.13-7.15
We gave the following talk at IEEE Photonics Society Summer Topicals Meeting Series
   Ryoichi Horisaki: Computational imaging with randomness [Invited]

2020.6.22-6.26
We gave the following talk at OSA Imaging and Applied Optics Congress 2020
   Ryoichi Horisaki: Computational imaging with randomness [Invited]

2020.5.29
The following paper was published in Optics Letters
   Ryoichi Horisaki et al: Deeply coded aperture for lensless imaging

2020.4.20-4.24
We gave the following talk at The 6th Biomedical Imaging and Sensing Conference (BISC2020)
   Riki Yamada et al: Improvement of signal-to-noise ratio in super resolution imaging using sub diffraction limited spots by additional digital signal processing


[Osaka University] [Graduate School of Information Science and Technology]
[Department of Information and Physical Sciences]