Ryoichi Ishihara

About

Associate Professor of Quantum Integration Technology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) of Delft University of Technology. He is also a visiting professor of Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology since and a specially appointed associate professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology.

He received the PhD in Physical Electronics from Tokyo Institute of Technology (1996). After moving to TU Delft in the same year, he has established new activity of large area electronics using thin-film transistors (TFTs).

He became PI of QuTech in 2014 and a member of Kavli Institute of Nanoscience. His current research focus in QuTech is integration of interface electronics with silicon spin qubit by (1) monolithic integration and (2) advanced packaging technologies for scalable quantum computer, while he continues research on printed silicon on paper substrate for flexible, bio-degradable and recyclable electronics.

Publications

Dr. R. (Ryoichi) Ishihara

publications
Publications in Pure
subjects
2006 - Solid State Physics & Electrotechnical Materials
2006 - Advanced Solid-State Electronic Materials
2007 - Solid State Physics & Electrotechnical Materials
2007 - Solid State Physics
2007 - Advanced Solid-State Electronic Materials
2009 - Solid State Physics
2009 - Solid State Physics
2008 - Solid State Physics & Electrotechnical Materials
2008 - Solid State Physics
2008 - Advanced Solid-State Electronic Materials
2008 - Solid State Physics
2009 - Advanced Solid-State Electronic Materials
2011 - Solid State Physics
2011 - Materials for Nanoelectronics and MEMS
2010 - Advanced Solid-State Electronic Materials
2010 - Solid State Physics
2014 - Solid State Physics
2015 - Solid State Physics
2012 - Materials for Nanoelectronics and MEMS
2012 - Solid State Physics
2013 - Materials for Nanoelectronics and MEMS
2013 - Solid State Physics
2016 - Solid State Physics
2017 - Solid State Physics
2018 - Solid State Physics
2019 - Information and Computation                                 
2019 - Solid State Physics

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