Hirokazu Miyake

I'm currently a postdoctoral associate performing experimental physics research at the Joint Quantum Institute, a joint institute between the University of Maryland and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, whose purpose is to explore the frontiers of quantum science and technology. I'm also interested in data science, where various quantitative techniques are applied to digital data to gain insights. You can learn more about my interests through the links above.


February 9, 2018: Our experimental observation of topological edge states in a nanoscale photonic crystal is published in Science.

September 8, 2017: Contributed talk at the JSAP conference in Fukuoka, Japan.

June 26, 2017: Contributed talk at the CLEO Europe conference in Munich, Germany.

November 7, 2016: Our theoretical results on topological edge states in photonic crystals is published in New Journal of Physics.

September 27, 2016: Invited talk at the Bulk-Edge Correspondence workshop in Kyoto, Japan.

Schematic and electric field intensity of a topological edge state