Molecular Spin Qubits for Quantum Computer and Highly Density Memory Device Based on Molecular Magnets
As for molecular spin qubits, I will focus on the following three engineering methods: (1) crystal engineering method such as MOF spin qubits, (2) g-tensor engineering method, and (3) orbital engineering method”. As for highly density memory devices, I will focus on single-molecule memory device of TbPc2 SMM by using STM and STS. Then, I will focus on the negative magnetoresistance in SMMs encapsulated into SWCNT and metallic conducting SMMs by the interaction between conducting electron and localized SMMs.
Professor Masahiro Yamashita received his PhD from Kyushu University in 1982. From 1983, he worked as an Assistant Professor at Kyushu University. From 1987, he worked as an Associate Professor at Nagoya University. From 1999, he worked as a full Professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University. From 2004, he is a full Professor at Tohoku University. He has published more than 600 papers and has received numerous awards including Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC), Award of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry and The Chemical Society of Japan Award. He has organized a large number of international conferences on coordination chemistry (ICCC2018) or magnetism (ICMM2016, ACMM2021, etc.).