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2003-11-25 Toshiba designer takes path of upward mobility
Delving into 'new transistor technology' is all in a day's work for Toshiba's Shinichi Takagi.
2006-12-14 Tokyo university, Taiwan firms develop 512-core chip
The University of Tokyo recently finished up work on a 512 core chip in collaboration with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Alchip Technologies, a fabless ASIC company also from Taiwan.
2011-01-20 Tokyo University designs NVM architecture using Docea's Aceplorer
By using Docea Power's Aceplorer software to model power consumption at the ESL, University of Tokyo's Takeuchi Laboratory hopes to evaluate the optimum NVL architecture design and share power consumption data with system architects.
2006-05-29 Robots march (well, walk) in land of Disney
Humanoid robots seized the spotlight at the IEEE's recent International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Orlando, Florida.
2008-08-14 Researchers give sense of touch to robots
The folks at the University of Tokyo claim to have developed a material that conducts electricity like metal and is flexible like rubber, paving way for robots to have "e-skin" that, like the human skin, is sensitive to heat and pressure.
2005-12-29 On-chip subsystem startup adds Tokyo design center
On-chip subsystem provider IPextreme Inc. has opened a design center in Tokyo and named design and EDA veteran Kirk Saotome head of the company's Japanese operations
2005-07-18 Nanotech conference plots future of electronics
Presenters at the First International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation have identified key issues facing nanotechnology.
2016-03-31 Investigating the impact of etching time on 4H-SiC defects
In this article, we looked into the relationship between the pre-growth hydrogen etching time and defects density on 4H-SiC substrate surfaces.
2005-01-17 Tokyo group makes transparent transistors manufacturable
Now, a group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology claims to have solved these problems at room temperature by adding gallium and indium to ZnO, opening the gates to mass-production of transparent circuitry using industry-friendly sputtering, and at temperatures low enough for direct deposition on cheap, flexible polymers
2015-02-27 Glimpse at 5G highlights role of air interface
This year's ISSCC revealed a prototype 5G base station, as well as a number of 5G cellular research projects racing to a conclusion so proposals for formal standards can begin as early as next year
2006-08-04 Fujitsu, Tokyo university co-develop new FeRAM material
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Fujitsu Laboratories and Fujitsu have jointly developed a new material for a new generation of non-volatile FeRAM
2014-06-26 Sputtering method reduces GaN LED prod'n cost
University of Tokyo researchers developed a technology for creating GaN LEDs on glass substrate that could not only reduce manufacturing costs but also help to develop OLED light panels.
2013-11-18 Skyrmions could power high-density magnetic data storage
Riken and University of Tokyo scientists showed that structural control of small magnetic vortex structures or skyrmions could lead to a low-power alternative to conventional magnetic data storage.
2012-08-27 Research unveils dissipationless electronics
Revealing a new method to eliminate loss in electrical power transmission, researchers at RIKEN and the University of Tokyo found a solution based on a magnetic topological insulator.
2016-02-03 Promising 2D material opens path for next-gen spintronics
Researchers from NUS and Yale-NUS College have established the mechanisms for spin motion in molybdenum disulphide (MoS2), an emerging 2D material that shows potential for low-power devices.
2005-12-02 NCRC, Sharp team up on flexible electronics development
The Nanoelectronics Collaborative Research Center and Sharp Corp. established Todai-Sharp Laboratories, a research base aimed at conducting research and development for flexible electronics, which is expected to be the next generation in electronics technologies.
2002-12-17 Flash gets a quantum makeover at IEDM
Research at the University of Tokyo and at Advanced Micro Devices Inc. dangles the possibility of using quantum-well technology to breathe new life into Flash memory.
2015-11-24 Connected embedded systems: Japan takes own IoT path
While the country has sat on the sidelines watching the rest of the world define IoT standards, a number of embedded systems, ranging from printers to cameras and automotive, are still designed in Japan
2015-06-30 Conductive ink on textiles yields stretchable electronics
University of Tokyo researchers said the discovery will enable electronic apparel such as sportswear incorporating sensing devices for measuring biological indicators such as heart rate and muscle contraction.
2014-08-20 Burst-mode camera allows movie shooting at 1 trillion fps
A group of researchers claimed to have developed the world's fastest burst-mode camera that obtains continuous, single-shot, burst-type images without the need for repetitive measurements
2003-02-19 EUV activity shifts to Sematech North
Developers of EUV lithography are looking north, specifically to the University at Albany, State University of New York, for their future
2003-10-07 Japan's AIST, NIMS launch materials technology firm
National Institute of Materials Science and National Institute of Advance Industrial Science and Technology have jointly established a new company that will supply advanced materials technology to manufacturers
2014-09-08 Will innovation drive displays into post-touchscreen era?
At the Touch Taiwan event, a Nikkei BP executive predicted the future of display technology to be ambient, free-form and wearablewith images that can be projected on any surface or in the air
2007-10-01 Virtual video, multitouch define future
Technologies of computer interfaces and graphics expected in the next 10 years took the spotlight at this year's Siggraph exhibition, including a virtual video recording system and multitouch displays among others
2015-02-13 Take a peek at Fujitsu's forum
Fujitsu hosted an event to remind people that it, too, is a tech giant. In Japan, the company employs most of its 160,000 people and makes most of its $46 billion in annual revenues
2008-12-25 Studies address process variability issues
CMOS device process variability remains one of the most acute problems facing the semiconductor world, particularly at the 45nm node and beyond, according to presenters at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM
2004-06-17 SOI mobility harmed by scattering, Toshiba researchers report
As silicon-on-insulator CMOS devices shrink into the ultra-thin body range, carrier mobility in fully depleted silicon-on-insulator transistors is affected adversely by scattering effects, a team of researchers based at Toshiba Corp. reported here at the IEEE 2004 Silicon Nanoelectronics Workshop
2013-08-05 Semimetals show heat to electrical conversion efficiency
Researchers in Japan found a layered semimetal compound that offers unprecedented efficiency of heat to electric current conversion, outlining its potential to be used as a thermoelectric material
2010-10-07 Quantum Dot laser wins Green IT Award
QD Laser Inc., Fujitsu Ltd and the University of Tokyo have just announced that, as one of the highlights of the Green IT Awards 2010 granted by Japan's Green IT Promotion Council, they have been awarded by the Ministry of Trade, Economy and Industry Minister Award in the category of "Savings in IT-related Energy Consumption" for their quantum dot semiconductor laser technology.
2015-02-12 Novel sensor gives humans magnetic sensing capabilities
Scientists from Germany and Japan developed a magnetic sensor that is thin, robust and pliable enough to be smoothly adapted even to the most flexible part of the human palm
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