Jul. 14-15, 2017 Invited talk at International Symposium on "Diversity of Chemical Reaction Dynamics"(Japan)
Mar. 18, 2017 Dr. Mizuse received PCCP prize
Feb 7, 2017 The imformation about a new alticle was updated
May 13-14, 2016 We held the 16th Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
Feb. 29, 2016Dr. Mizuse has received the Konica Minolta Imaging Science Encouragement Award (Konica Minolta Science and Technology Foundation).
Oct. 15, 2015Professor Averbukh (Weizmann Institute of Science) is staying now
Aug. 13, 2015Invited talk at IUPAC2015 (Busan)
Jul. 18-19, 2015Symposium on Advanced Molecular Spectroscopy@Univ of Tokyo
Jul. 6, 2015Our Science Advances paper is featured in Youtube, Phys.Org, and more.
Jul. 4, 2015"Molecular movie" of one-way rotation, published in Science Advances
Jun. 28, 2015"Campus asis" student from KAIST joined our group
Dec. 15-18, 2014[Invited Talk] Moshe Shapiro symposium (ISRAEL)
Sep. 10, 2014 New website launched!

Design and Reconstruction of Molecular Quantum States of Motion

Molecules are vital existence. In a gas-phase ensemble at room temperature, they are, in an average, flying away by a few hundred meters, making turns almost reaching to 1011 times, and shaking themselves more than 1013 times within the duration of only one second. The ultimate goal of this research group has been aiming to is to capture the lively figures of molecules moving in such a dynamic manner and to have a perfect command over the molecular motions. Here lasers with ultimate resolution in time and energy domains are employed complementally and cooperatively for this purpose.