Tetsuo Kodera

Tetsuo Kodera

Tokyo Institute of Technology

H-index: 20

Asia-Japan

About Tetsuo Kodera

Tetsuo Kodera, With an exceptional h-index of 20 and a recent h-index of 13 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Tokyo Institute of Technology, specializes in the field of Quantum computing, Quantum technology, Solid state physics.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Cryogenic flip-chip interconnection for silicon qubit devices

Suppression of electromagnetic crosstalk by differential excitation for SAW generation

Trends and prospects for semiconductor qubit research

Adiabatic Electron Spin Resonance Inversion in an FDSOI Quantum Dot Array

On-demand single-electron source via single-cycle acoustic pulses

Single-Electron Charge Sensor Self-Aligned to a Quantum Dot Array by Double-Gate Patterning Process for a Large-Scale Silicon Quantum Computer

Mixed-mode RF reflectometry of quantum dots for reduction of crosstalk effects

Evaluation of a physically defined silicon quantum dot for design of matching circuit for RF reflectometry charge sensing

Tetsuo Kodera Information

University

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Position

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Citations(all)

2187

Citations(since 2020)

1448

Cited By

1337

hIndex(all)

20

hIndex(since 2020)

13

i10Index(all)

39

i10Index(since 2020)

20

Email

University Profile Page

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tetsuo Kodera Skills & Research Interests

Quantum computing

Quantum technology

Solid state physics

Top articles of Tetsuo Kodera

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Cryogenic flip-chip interconnection for silicon qubit devices

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

Tokio Futaya

Raisei Mizokuchi

Misato Taguchi

Takuji Miki

Makoto Nagata

...

2024/2/8

Suppression of electromagnetic crosstalk by differential excitation for SAW generation

Applied Physics Express

Shunsuke Ota

Yuma Okazaki

Shuji Nakamura

Takehiko Oe

Hermann Sellier

...

2024/1/16

Trends and prospects for semiconductor qubit research

JSAP Review

Tetsuo Kodera

2024

Adiabatic Electron Spin Resonance Inversion in an FDSOI Quantum Dot Array

Bulletin of the American Physical Society

Takuma Kuno

Takeru Utsugi

Ryuta Tsuchiya

Lee Noriyuki

Toshiyuki Mine

...

2024/3/7

On-demand single-electron source via single-cycle acoustic pulses

Physical Review Applied

Shunsuke Ota

Junliang Wang

Hermann Edlbauer

Yuma Okazaki

Shuji Nakamura

...

2024/2/16

Single-Electron Charge Sensor Self-Aligned to a Quantum Dot Array by Double-Gate Patterning Process for a Large-Scale Silicon Quantum Computer

Takuma Kuno

Takeru Utsugi

Ryuta Tsuchiya

Noriyuki Lee

Gou Shinkai

...

2023/6/11

Mixed-mode RF reflectometry of quantum dots for reduction of crosstalk effects

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

Masato Machida

Raisei Mizokuchi

Jun Yoneda

Takashi Tomura

Tetsuo Kodera

2023/3/3

Evaluation of a physically defined silicon quantum dot for design of matching circuit for RF reflectometry charge sensing

AIP Advances

J Kamioka

R Matsuda

R Mizokuchi

J Yoneda

T Kodera

2023/3/1

Single-electron transistor operation of a physically defined silicon quantum dot device fabricated by electron beam lithography employing a negative-tone resist

IEICE Transactions on Electronics

Shimpei Nishiyama

Kimihiko Kato

Yongxun Liu

Raisei Mizokuchi

Jun Yoneda

...

2023/10/1

Single-electron pump in a quantum dot array for silicon quantum computers

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

Takeru Utsugi

Noriyuki Lee

Ryuta Tsuchiya

Toshiyuki Mine

Raisei Mizokuchi

...

2023/1/10

Contact pad design considerations for semiconductor qubit devices for reducing on-chip microwave crosstalk

IEICE Transactions on Electronics

Kaito Tomari

Jun Yoneda

Tetsuo Kodera

2023/10/1

Coulomb-mediated antibunching of an electron pair surfing on sound

Nature Nanotechnology

Junliang Wang

Hermann Edlbauer

Aymeric Richard

Shunsuke Ota

Wanki Park

...

2023/7

The functions of a reservoir offset voltage applied to physically defined p-channel Si quantum dots

Scientific Reports

Shimpei Nishiyama

Kimihiko Kato

Mizuki Kobayashi

Raisei Mizokuchi

Takahiro Mori

...

2022/6/21

X-Band GaN Chipsets for Cost-Effective 20W T/R Modules

IEICE Transactions on Electronics

Jun Kamioka

Yoshifumi Kawamura

Ryota Komaru

Masatake Hangai

Yoshitaka Kamo

...

2022/5/1

16 x 8 quantum dot array operation at cryogenic temperatures

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

Noriyuki Lee

Ryuta Tsuchiya

Yusuke Kanno

Toshiyuki Mine

Yoshitaka Sasago

...

2022/2/16

Generation of a single-cycle acoustic pulse: a scalable solution for transport in single-electron circuits

Physical Review X

Junliang Wang

Shunsuke Ota

Hermann Edlbauer

Baptiste Jadot

Pierre-André Mortemousque

...

2022/9/7

Research on basic technology and physics for silicon quantum computers.

薄膜・表面物理セミナー (Web)

TETSUO KODERA

2021

In-flight distribution of an electron within a surface acoustic wave

Applied Physics Letters

Hermann Edlbauer

Junliang Wang

Shunsuke Ota

Aymeric Richard

Baptiste Jadot

...

2021/9/13

Radio-frequency reflectometry measurement of a single carrier spin in silicon quantum dots

Kotai Butsuri

Jun Yoneda

Raisei Mizokuchi

Tetsuo Kodera

2021

In-flight confinement of an electron surfing on a sound wave

arXiv e-prints

Hermann Edlbauer

Junliang Wang

Shunsuke Ota

America Richard

Baptiste Jadot

...

2021/7

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Tetsuo Kodera FAQs

What is Tetsuo Kodera's h-index at Tokyo Institute of Technology?

The h-index of Tetsuo Kodera has been 13 since 2020 and 20 in total.

What are Tetsuo Kodera's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Cryogenic flip-chip interconnection for silicon qubit devices

Suppression of electromagnetic crosstalk by differential excitation for SAW generation

Trends and prospects for semiconductor qubit research

Adiabatic Electron Spin Resonance Inversion in an FDSOI Quantum Dot Array

On-demand single-electron source via single-cycle acoustic pulses

Single-Electron Charge Sensor Self-Aligned to a Quantum Dot Array by Double-Gate Patterning Process for a Large-Scale Silicon Quantum Computer

Mixed-mode RF reflectometry of quantum dots for reduction of crosstalk effects

Evaluation of a physically defined silicon quantum dot for design of matching circuit for RF reflectometry charge sensing

...

are the top articles of Tetsuo Kodera at Tokyo Institute of Technology.

What are Tetsuo Kodera's research interests?

The research interests of Tetsuo Kodera are: Quantum computing, Quantum technology, Solid state physics

What is Tetsuo Kodera's total number of citations?

Tetsuo Kodera has 2,187 citations in total.