Ph.D. student (D2)
I like physical chemistry such as quantum mechanics and solid state physics, so I chose the Chemistry Department to study them broadly. Through lectures I found the principle of FT-IR to be interesting, and then came to be attracted to various other spectroscopic techniques - Raman spectroscopy, NMR, ESR, nonlinear optics etc.
I'd like to develop spectroscopic techniques or devices with high speed (to follow up short-time dynamics), high spatial resolution (to study details) and high sensitivity (to detect a tiny amount of chemicals). To become able to see mysterious phenomena we can't see before: don't you think it's wonderful??
03/2018 Bachelor of Science (Chemistry), the University of Tokyo
03/2020 Master in Science (Chemistry), the University of Tokyo
04/2020 - present Ph.D student in Science (Chemistry), the University of Tokyo
Raman spectroscopy and imaging
Time-domain coherent Raman spectroscopy
Surface-enhanced /Tip-enhanced Raman scattering
T Ideguchi, T Nakamura, S Takizawa, et al. "Microfluidic single-particle chemical analyzer with dual-comb coherent Raman spectroscopy" Optics Letters, 43, 4057 (2018).
S. Takizawa, K. Hiramatsu, K. Goda "Compressed time-domain coherent Raman spectroscopy with real-time random sampling" Vibrational Spectroscopy, 107, 103042 (2020).
R. Kameyama, S. Takizawa, K. Hiramatsu, K. Goda "Dual-Comb Coherent Raman Spectroscopy with near 100% Duty Cycle." ACS Photonics (2020).