Graduate School of Engineering

Greetings accompanying the closing of center

This center, which was established in 2013, is dissolved in a developmental way as it reaches the term of 10 years this year. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the full-time and part-time faculty and staff members, specially appointed faculty members and researchers, invited faculty members and researchers from the domestic and abroad, and readers of our newsletter and website who have cooperated with our activities. I would like to express my gratitude.

Starting with the Plasma Physics Laboratory which field was ultra-high temperature research on plasma technology, we have been operated the research activities for 55 years, from the view of atomic and molecular manipulation to design, as an affiliated research center of the Faculty of Engineering and Graduate School of Engineering of Osaka University. We appreciate the understanding and cooperation of everyone involved.

The academic knowledge accumulated during this period, as well as the techniques that have been cultivated, have been handed down to many faculty members, researchers, and the academic papers, books, commentary articles, technical reports, etc. are carried over to the future generation. About the annual reports issued by our center, the newsletters we distributed, and the archive of the Center affiliated to the Graduate School of Engineering of Osaka University: "55 years of progress from plasma to atomic and molecular designh, we have summarized all of them and uploaded into our website. (in Japanese)  So, we would appreciate it if you could refer to them.

Last but certainly not least, I would like to express my gratitude for the long-term support of the Center, and I wish all those involved further development in the future.

Director of Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies

Yoji Shibutani

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Osaka University


March 30, 2023
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Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies,
Graduate School of Engineering,
Osaka University

2-1 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 565-0871 Japan

Graduate School of Engineering,
Osaka University