Awards

Research Award by Research Foundation for Opto-Science and Technology
SubjectCreative research for advancing opto-science and technology
AwardeeMotoaki BAMBA
ThemeExploring physical systems showing super-radiant phase transitions
Date28 February 2018
PlaceHamamatsu, JAPAN
OrganizationResearch Foundation for Opto-Science and Technology

11th Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan
(Division 1: Atomic and Molecular physics, Quantum Electronics, Radiation)
AwardeeMotoaki BAMBA
ThemeTheoretical studies on the ultrastrong light matter coupling
Articles“Laser under ultrastrong light-matter interaction: Qualitative aspects and quantitative influences by level and mode truncations”
M. Bamba and T. Ogawa
Physical Review A 93, 033811 (2016)“Stability of polarizable materials against superradiant phase transition”
M. Bamba and T. Ogawa
Physical Review A 90, 063825 (2014)“Recipe for the Hamiltonian of system-environment coupling applicable to the ultrastrong-light-matter-interaction regime”
M. Bamba and T. Ogawa
Physical Review A 89, 023817 (2014)
Date18 March 2017
PlaceToyonaka, JAPAN
OrganizationThe Physical Society of Japan

11th Young Scientist Award of the Physical Society of Japan
(Division 5: Optical Properties of Condensed Matter)
AwardeeMotoaki BAMBA
ThemeSuperposition of light in free space and localized matters
Articles“Crossover of exciton-photon coupled modes in a finite system”
M. Bamba and H. Ishihara
Physical Review B 80, 125319 (2009)“Entangled-Photon Generation in Nano-to-Bulk Crossover Regime”
M. Bamba and H. Ishihara
Physical Review Letters 105, 123906 (2010)“Theory of the lifetime of an exciton incoherently created below its resonance frequency by inelastic scattering”
M. Bamba, S. Wakaiki, H. Ichida, K. Mizoguchi, D. Kim, M. Nakayama, and Y. Kanematsu
Physical Review B 91, 235205 (2015)
Date18 March 2017
PlaceToyonaka, JAPAN
OrganizationThe Physical Society of Japan

27th Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists
AwardeeMotoaki BAMBA
ThemeQuantum Electrodynamics of Excitons with Radiative Relaxation
Date4 February 2011
PlaceTokyo, JAPAN
OrganizationInoue Foundation for Science

Award for Encouragement of Research in Condensed Matter Photophysics
AwardeeMotoaki BAMBA
ThemeRadiative relaxation theory of excitons: weak confinement to bulk crossover
Date21 December 2007
PlaceOsaka, JAPAN
OrganizationAssociation for Condensed Matter Photophysics