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Vol.9 No.6 <July-August>

The Future of Solar Power

2011.08.18 Published


Next-generation Photovoltaics Research and Development Project

Contents

Next-generation Photovoltaics

For a better energy future.

-High Efficiency, Low Cost Solar Cells: R&D on Dye-sensitized Solar Cells 
  Liyuan Han (Unit Director, Photovoltaic Materials Unit, Environment and Energy Materials Division)

-Toward Even Higher Efficiency: Organic Thin-Film Solar Cells
  Takeshi Yasuda (Organic Thin-Film Solar Cells Group, Photovoltaic Materials Unit, Environment and Energy Materials Division)
  Takeshi Noda (Group Leader, High Efficiency Solar Cells Group, Photovoltaic Materials Unit, Environment and Energy Materials Division)

-Theoretical Study on Interfacial Photoexcitation and Charge Transfer Processes
  Yoshitaka Tateyama (Group Leader, Nano-System Computational Science Group, Nano-System Organization Unit, MANA Nano-System Field)

Special Interview

The Future of the Photovoltaic Power Generation.
The spirit to challenge the difficulty is important. Academic Interest alone is not enough. 
(Prof. Makoto Konagai, Director of Photovoltaics Research Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Research Highlights

New High Speed, Low Power Operation ReRAM.
Yoshitomo Harada, Seisuke Nigo, Yoshihiro Nakano, Seiichi Kato (Neutron Scattering Group, Quantum Beam Unit, Advanced Key Technologies Division)
Hideaki Kitazawa (Unit Director, Quantum Beam Unit, Advanced Key Technologies Division)
Keiji Oyoshi (Ion Beam Group, Quantum Beam Unit, Advanced Key Technologies Division)
Giyuu Kido (High Magnetic Field Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)

Current-Perpendicular-to-Plane Giant Magnetoresistance Device Using New Heusler Alloy: toward high performance read sensor high density magnetic recording.
Y.K. Takahashi, T. Furubayashi, K.Hono (Magnetic Materials Unit)

NIMS NEWS

  • NEWS: NIMS Open-House and Special Program for Young People 
  • NEWS: STAM raised 24% its Impact Factor to 3.220 in just 2 years! 
  • Hello from NIMS: Fatin Hajjaj


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