Hirokazu Miyake

I am currently a JQI Postdoctoral Fellow 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 perform research in the fields of ultracold atomic physics and nanophotonics. With ultracold atoms, my goal is to study interesting quantum phenomena whose understanding could help improve atomic clocks for precise time keeping. With nanophotonics, my goal is to create new nanophotonic devices with potential applications in optical telecommunications and data communications.


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 theory paper on topological edge states in photonic crystals published in New Journal of Physics.

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

May 31, 2016: Our proposal and theoretical results of topological edge states in photonic crystals posted on arxiv.

Schematic and electric field intensity of a topological edge state