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Graduate School / Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering,
|Naoya Tate was born in Osaka, Japan, on March 24, 1978. He received the B.E. and M.E. in physics, and Ph.D. degrees in information science from Osaka University in 2000, 2002, and 2006, respectively. From 2006 to 2007, he was a Researcher of the Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology (CREST) at the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST), Tokyo. In 2007,
he joined the University of Tokyo as a Project Assistant Professor of “Nanophotonics Total Expansion: Industry-University Cooperation and Human Resource Development” project at the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO).
After that, he has been an Associate Professor in the ISEE at Kyushu University since 2014.
His main research field is implementation of several applicative processing systems based on information photonics.
|2018/08/25||Upcoming Invited presentation will be held at "The 8th Japan-Korea Workshop on Digital Holography and Information Photonics (DHIP2018) [12/19-21, Osaka University Nakanoshima Center]".|
|2018/08/25||Upcoming Invited presentation will be held at "International Symposium on Imaging, Sensing, and Optical Memory 2018 (ISOM'18) [10/21-24, Kitakyushu International Conference Center]".|
|2018/02/05||Talk Invited presentation entitled "High-efficiency wavelength conversion material based on nano-scale optical near-field interactions" was held at "5th Japan-Korea Joint Symposium on Advanced Solar Cells 2018 (2nd International Symposium on Energy Research and Application) [2/5-6, Suwon]".|
|2017/12/20||Talk Invited presentation entitled "Nanoscale character extraction for nano-optical metric system" was held at "The 7th Korea-Japan Workshop on Digital Holography and Information Photonics (DHIP2017) [12/19-22, Daegu]".|
|2017/05/24||Paper Review paper had been published (N. Tate and M. Naruse, "Nanoscale hierarchical optical interactions for secure information," Nanophotonics, Vol. 6, Issue 3, pp. 613-622 (2017)).|
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