SHIMODA Nano-Liquid Process

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Research Director: Tatsuya SHIMODA<br />
 Professor, Green Devices Recearch Center, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology<br />
 Research Term: 2006-2014</p>
<p> Today's IT society in the world depends on the development of high-tech electronic devices such as semiconductors. Although the technical level of the high-tech industry seems to have extremely enhanced, the efficiency of energy and resource use remains at quite low levels. Accordingly, there is a great need to make drastic improvements in energy and resource conservation for the protection of environment, and the development of global-scale science and technology.<br />
   In order to solve these problems, the SHIMODA Nano-Liquid Process Project group aims to establish technology for direct fabrication of nano electronic devices using a solution technique. Therefore, we analyze the nano structure and properties of the liquid or solute to develop a new discipline of nano material transfer science using intermolecular force, and create a new nano structural liquid. In other words, we bring out the potential of solutions which show promise for the fabrication of solids. We will further our research for fabrication of nano electronic devices based on the scientific knowledge that we have obtained.

Research Director: Tatsuya SHIMODA
Professor, Green Devices Recearch Center, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Research Term: 2006-2014

Today’s IT society in the world depends on the development of high-tech electronic devices such as semiconductors. Although the technical level of the high-tech industry seems to have extremely enhanced, the efficiency of energy and resource use remains at quite low levels. Accordingly, there is a great need to make drastic improvements in energy and resource conservation for the protection of environment, and the development of global-scale science and technology.
In order to solve these problems, the SHIMODA Nano-Liquid Process Project group aims to establish technology for direct fabrication of nano electronic devices using a solution technique. Therefore, we analyze the nano structure and properties of the liquid or solute to develop a new discipline of nano material transfer science using intermolecular force, and create a new nano structural liquid. In other words, we bring out the potential of solutions which show promise for the fabrication of solids. We will further our research for fabrication of nano electronic devices based on the scientific knowledge that we have obtained.

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Green Devices Research Center, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
2-13, Asahi-dai, Nomi, Ishikawa 923-1211, JAPAN

Phone: +81 (0) 761 51 8604