The conventional electronics utilizes mostly the gchargeh of electrons, while the
traditional magnetic devices use mainly gspinh degree of freedom of electrons. Aiming
at the complete control of both charge and spin in single solid-state devices, a new
field called spintronics is rapidly developing and impacting on information technology.
By combining the atomic-layer deposition with nanofabrication, we focus on the
development of spin properties of various materials and the control of quantum
effects in mesoscopic systems for novel spintronics devices.