EDS Newsletter 2007年10月号
A DL talk entitled "Alternative processes for synthesis of
high k dielectrics and CNT's" was given by Prof. Jacobus W. Swart of State
University of Campinas, Brazil, at the Suzukakedai Campus of Tokyo Institute of
Technology, Yokohama, Japan, on May 31, 2007. The lecture
was followed by fruitful discussion on the CNT's for future applications. This
DL meeting attended by 15 people was very meaningful.
On June 25, 2007, EDS Japan Chapter also organized a DL meeting
entitled “Organic Electronics and RF devices” at the Hongo Campus of University of Tokyo,
Three Japanese DLs made presentations on their topics and offered the attendees
the opportunity to get to grips with up-to-date, interesting and useful
research. Prof. Takao Someya, who is from Univ.
of Tokyo, Tokyo, talked about the current status and future applications of Organic Electronics. The title of his
lecture was “Ambient Electronics application of Sheet devices.” Prof. Mitsumasa
Iwamoto, who is from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, lectured on “Probing and Control of
Surface Polarization Phenomena in Molecular Films for Organic Electronics.”
Prof. Kenya Hashimoto, who is from Chiba
Univ., Chiba, talked about the research trends of the RF
filters, focusing on their possible integration into RF ICs. The title was "RF SAW/BAW Devices: Current Status and Future
Prospects.” These lectures were followed by lively discussions between the
lecturers and the audience. The meeting, with more than 50 participants, was a
In addition, in the first half of the year from January 2007 to
June 2007, ED Japan Chapter had 4 joint technical meetings with the Japan
Society of Applied Physics, the Association of Super-Advanced Electronics
DL meeting on May 31, 2007. From the third person from the left at the back:
Prof. Kazuo Tsutsui, EDS Newsletter Editor, Prof. Jacobus W. Swart of State
University of Campinas, Brazil and Prof. Hiroshi Iwai, Partner and EDS Jr. Past
DL meeting on June 25, 2007. The meeting entitled “Organic Electronics and RF
devices” was held at the Hongo Campus of University
of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.
It was very successful with more than 50 participants.