Home > Public Relations > NIMS NOW International > 2013 - Vol. 11 > Vol.11 No.07 <September>

Vol.11 No.07 <September>

Smallness--the source of innovation

2013.10.29 Published


Projects for creating new materials and new functions for advancing nanoelectronics

Contents

Special Feature

   -Nano-Electronics for the Future Toward Achieving Super-Power-Saving Devices through the Best Mix of Materials, Structure, and System
  Toyohiro Chikyow (Unit Director, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA)
-Optical Surface Analysis and Its Applications to Designing Nano-Electronics Materials
  Shinjiro Yagyu (MANA Scientists, Semiconductor Device Materials Group, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA)
  Michiko Yoshitake (MANA Scientist, Semiconductor Device Materials Group, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA)
-Are Photoisomerizable Molecules Applicable to Electronic Devices?
  Yutaka Wakayama (MANA Scientist, Semiconductor Device Materials Group, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA)
  Ryoma Hayakawa (MANA Independent Scientist, MANA)
-Material Designing of Metal Gate Electrodes to Control the Threshold Voltage
  Toshihide Nabatame (Manager, MANA Foundry, MANA)
-Low-Voltage SEM Opening a Future Path for Observation of Materials
  Takashi Sekiguchi (Group Leader, Nano Device Characterization Group, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA)
  Kazuhiro Kumagai (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
-Development of Materials Valence-Controlled Oxide Resistance-Change Memory by Combinatorial Approach
  Takahiro Nagata (MANA Scientist, Semiconductor Device Materials Group, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA)
  Toyohiro Chikyow (Unit Director, Nano-Electronic Materials Unit, Nano-Materials Field, MANA; MANA PI)


Interview

 Prof. Hideo Hosono
  Unless the research results are useful for society, it is only substance research, and not materials research.
 


NIMS News

  • NIMS Signed Comprehensive Collaborative Agreement with Nepal Academy of Science and Technology
  • The impact factor of STAM keeps growing
  • Hello from NIMS


Inquiries and Subscription

Planning Div. / Public Relations Office
1-2-1 Sengen, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN 305-0047
TEL: +81-29-859-2026
FAX: +81-29-859-2017
E-Mail: inquiry=nims.go.jp (Please change "=" to "@")

RecentNIMS NOW International

2019.07.18

2019.03.28

2019.03.28