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With fluctuations, information transmission system construction will be the most important issue in device miniaturization. We will precisely measure fluctuation conductivity through a single molecule, elucidate principles from these measurements, and control stochastic resonance with external noise to perform research fundamental to the practical application of molecular calculation elements (molecular architectures) using multiple single molecules.
A03-3 research on the ‘elucidation of the magnetic conduction properties of single molecules by spin-polarized STM’ explores the nature of single-molecule conductivity fluctuation and aims to express and control stochastic resonance using external noise. We will develop multiple molecular magnetic information modules that handle information transmission by current fluctuation.
Using STM single-molecule measurements and spin-polarized STM single-molecule electron spin transport measurements, we aim to (1) precisely measure electron spin ‘fluctuation’ and (2) search for external noise factors that express stochastic resonance and elucidate the stochastic resonance expression process.
Hirofumi Tanaka; Ryo Arima; Minoru Fukumori; Daisuke Tanaka; Ryota Negishi; Yoshihiro Kobayashi; Seiya Kasai; T. K. Yamada; Takuji Ogawa
Scientific Reports, 5, 12341 - 12341, 2015/7/24DOI: 10.1038/srep12341
Journal of The Surface Science Society of Japan, 34, 8, 443 - 448, 2013DOI: 10.1380/jsssj.34.443
Y. Yamagishi; S. Nakashima; K. Oiso; T. K. Yamada
Nanotechnology, 24, 39, 5704, 2013DOI: 10.1088/0957-4484/24/39/395704
S. Nakashima; Y. Yamagishi; K. Oiso; T. K. Yamada
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics (Selected Topics in Applied Physics: Nano Electronics and Devices: Characterization and Control of Nano Surfaces and Interfaces), 52, 11, 0115, 2013DOI: 10.7567/JJAP.52.110115
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