The Nano Science Technology Research Center hosts an "International Open Symposium on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology"
The Nano Science Technology Research Center was selected as an Open Research Center Project of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science, and Technology in 2002. Since then, it has been engaged in pioneering nanoscience and technology projects.
On January 24 and 25, 2007, the Center hosted the International Open Symposium on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology" on the Noda Campus to showcase its achievements thus far.
Approximately 130 researchers and graduate students from both inside and outside the university participated in the symposium, which featured guest lectures by researchers who are active on the international stage, results reports by TUS researchers, and presentations by post-doctoral and graduate students.
Highlights of the research presented were:
Novel Functionalization of ƒÎ-Conjugated Polymers
by Kenichi Oyaizu and Makoto Yuasa
Shave-off depth profiling for advancing nano-technology
by M. Nojima and Y. Nihei
Structure and stacking fault of ultrathin Fe films grown on Ge(111) studied by LEED, XPS and XPD
by W. G. Chu, A. Tsuruta, M. Owari, Y. Nihei
Structure and Mechanism of Membrane Transporters
by So Iwata
NMR approach against the transient and mysterious folding intermediates of protein
by Chiaki Nishimura, H. Jane Dyson, and Peter E. Wright
The nuclear export of nonhistone chromosomal protein HMGB1
by Ichiaki Ito, Jutarou Fukazawa and Michiteru Yoshida
Complex formation of linker histone H10 globular domain with double strand DNA
by Shigetoshi Miura, Takuto Matsui and Masakazu Yokoyama
Artificial Zinc Finger Proteins with Modified Metal Moiety: Toward the Nano-Biodevices and Artificial Transcriptional Regulation.
by Akira Onoda and Takeshi Yamamura
Application of Ceramic Nano-Phosphors for Bio Imaging
by Kohei SOGA
Ion beam technology applied to smart and functional thin film deposition
by Sam T Davies
Multiphoton Photolithography: Fundamental Studies and Applications
by Takashi Ito
Wide-gap semiconductor nano-structures grown by MOCVD
by B. P. Zhang
Ion beam nano-processing of diamond devices and mirror substrates for EUVL
by Yuichi Kurashima, Iwao Miyamoto, Jun Taniguchi and Makoto Araki
For abstracts of the research presented, please click on the link below
Please direct inquiries regarding the symposium to: [email protected]