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The University of Electro-Communications 
Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering, School of Informatics and Engineering 
"Department of Engineering Science, Cluster III (Fundamental Science and Engineering)" 

Associate Professor 
Kali Prasanna Nayak 

 
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Academic background
PhD in Physics, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan  Doctoral program  2009/03  Completed 
BSc Physics(Hons), Ravenshaw College, India.  2002/04  Graduated 
MSc Physics, University of Hyderabad, India.  Master's program  2004/04  Completed 

Current research areas
Atomic/Molecular/Quantum electronics 

Current research subjects
Manipulating quantum states of light and mater using an optical nanofiber  Quantum optics, cavity quantum electro-dynamics, sub-wavelength diameter silica fiber, laser cooling of atoms, single atom dtection, single photon manipulation, micro-resonator, atom-surface interaction, single quantum dot.  2005/04-Present 

Published papers
Paper  Yes  Efficient fiber in-line single photon source based on colloidal single quantum dots on an optical nanofiber  Joint  K. M. Shafi, K. P. Nayak, A. Miyanaga, and K. Hakuta  Applied Physics B  126, 58-  2020  https://doi.org/10.1007/s00340-020-7407-5 
Paper  Yes  Real-time observation of single atoms trapped and interfaced to a nanofiber cavity  Joint  K. P. Nayak, J. Wang, and J. Keloth  Physical Review Letters  Vol. 123, 213602-  2019  https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.123.213602 
Paper  Yes  Photothermal tuning and stabilization of a photonic crystal nanofiber cavity  Joint  J. Wang, K. P. Nayak, and J. Keloth  Optics Letters  Vol. 44, 3996-  2019  https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.44.003996 
Paper  Yes  Coherent interaction of orthogonal polarization modes in a photonic crystal nanofiber cavity  Joint  J. Keloth, K. P. Nayak, J. Wang, M. Morinaga, and K. Hakuta  Optics Express  Vol. 27, 1453-1466  2019/01/16 
Paper  Yes  Composite device for interfacing an array of atoms with a single nanophotonic cavity mode  M. Sadgrove and K. P. Nayak  New J. Phys.  Vol. 19, 063003-  2017 
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Research presentations
Oral presentation for an academic conference  A quantum interface between a trapped single atom and fiber-guided photons  The 43rd Quantum Information Technology Symposium (QIT43), 10-11th December 2020.  43  Yes  K. P. Nayak  2020 
Oral presentation for an academic conference  直径 300 nm のナノ光ファイバー共振器の作製と特性測定  日本光学会 Optics and Photonics Japan 2019 講演予稿集  Yes  福原美穂, K. P. Nayak, 宮本洋子  2019 
Oral presentation for an academic conference  Interfacing trapped single atoms to a nanofiber cavity  Physical Society of Japan  17pK201-01  Yes  K. P. Nayak, J. Wang, J. Keloth and K. Hakuta  2019/03/17 
Oral presentation for an academic conference  Fano-type resonances and avoided crossing in a photonic crystal nanofiber cavity  Physical Society of Japan  73/ 2  Yes  J. Keloth, K. P. Nayak, J. Wang, M. Morinaga and K. Hakuta  2018/09 
Oral presentation for an academic conference  Stabilization of a centimeter-long photonic crystal nanofiber cavity under ultra-high vacuum condition  Physical Society of Japan  73/ 2  Yes  Kali P. Nayak, Jie Wang, Jameesh Keloth and Kohzo Hakuta  2018/09 
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