Student Best Presentation Award

The Student Best Presentation Award is awarded to a few students for outstanding contributed papers, presented either as a poster or an oral talk in FTT 2015. Students who apply to this award must be currently enrolled as graduate students at a university and are the presenting author of the accepted abstract.

Application to the Student Best Award is received in the Paper Submission Site. The student's supervisor is required to provide a letter affirming the student's status and eligibility as well as the role and contribution made by the student for this award, if it is necessary for the reference in the selection.

The presentations by the applying students are reviewed by several reviewers during the symposium, and the FTT 2015 Organizing Committee finally nominates a few papers. The awardee of the Student Best Presentation Award is given a certificate and a prize in Closing Ceremony.

Past Prize Winners

FTT 2012

Pos1.17 Kaveh Delfanazari (Tsukuba Univ)
Broadly Tunable Terahertz Wave Radiation in Acute Isosceles Triangular Mesas of Superconducting Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ Intrinsic Josephson Junctions
DELFANAZARI Kaveh1; TSUJIMOTO Manabu1; KASHIWAGI Takanari1; ASAI Hidehiro2; KITAMURA Takeo1; SAWAMURA Masashi1; ISHIDA Kazuya1; YAMAMOTO Takashi3; TACHIKI Masashi1; KLEMM Richard A.4; HATTORI Toshiaki1; KADOWAKI Kazuo1
1) Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, CREST-JST, WPI-MANA, 2) The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), 3) Semiconductor Analyses and Radiation Effects Group, JAEA, 4) Departments of Physics, University of Central Florida
Pos1.46 Keiichiro Shiraga (Kyoto Univ.)
Development of Cell Measuring System based on THz TD-ATR Spectroscopy
SHIRAGA Keiichiro; OGAWA Yuichi; SUZUKI Tetsuhito; KONDO Naoshi
Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
Pos2.28 Tomoyo Andachi (Kobe Univ.)
Low-frequency dynamics of phospholipid bilayers studied by terahertz time-domain spectroscopy
ANDACHI Tomoyo1; YAMAMOTO Naoki2; TAMURA Atsuo1; TOMINAGA Keisuke1,2
1) Graduate school of Science, 2) Kobe University, Molecular Photoscience Research Center, Kobe University
Pos2.31 Keita Yamaguchi (Univ. Tokyo)
Study of Spin Reorientation Phenomena in Erbium Orthoferrite Observed by Free Induction Decay Signals After Half Cycle THz Pulse Excitation
Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo