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27-29 November, 2012

2012 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit
JST booth features a variety of novel materials

During the 2012 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, JST will have our booth at MRS exhibition in Boston from November 27 to 29. JST booth will feature a variety of novel materials, covering from devices, oxides, metal materials, carbon and soft materials to characterization method, which JST experts have strictly selected from over 3000 patents available for licensing. We are welcome MRS participants at our booth.
* JST undertakes licensing activities in order to facilitate commercialization of the innovative research outputs originating from universities and JST funding programs.
Date : Tue Nov 27, 2012 - Thu Nov 29, 2012
Location: Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA
JST Booth No. : 204
Event Web Site:
Functional Materials
and Nanomaterials
Growth of InGaN/GaN Nanocolumn Arrays and their LEDs
Functional Materials
and Nanomaterials
4H-SiC MOSFETs with High Channel Mobility by P-Doped Gate Oxide
Functional Materials
and Nanomaterials
4H-SiC Trench MOSFETs with High Channel Mobility by using Tilted Trench Sidewalls
Materials for Energy TechnologiesSteep-Slope Tunnel Field-Effect Transistor (FET) using III-V Nanowire on Si
Materials [Oxide]
Materials [Metal]
Materials for Energy TechnologiesPdRu Solid-Solution Alloy Nanoparticles with Enhanced CO Oxidization Activity
Materials for Energy TechnologiesRu Nanoparticles with fcc Structure for High-activity Catalyst
Materials for Energy TechnologiesApplication of Leached Al-Cu-Fe Quasicrystal to Steam Reforming of Methanol
Structural and Advanced MaterialsTwo Types of Ferrous Polycrystalline Shape-Memory Alloys Showing Superelasticity (FeNiCoAlTaB, FeMnAlNi)
Structural and Advanced MaterialsCobalt-Based High-Temperature Alloys
Materials [Carbon and Soft Materials]
Materials for Energy TechnologiesExcellent Mechanical Properties of Hybridized Carbon Nano-composite Thin Films
Materials for Energy TechnologiesHydrogen Storage Material using Hybridized Carbon Nano-composite
Soft Materials and BiomaterialsTemplate Synthesis in Hydrodynamically-Aligned Supramolecular Nano-Channels
Characterization Equipment
Characterization MethodVery Simple Ultrashort Pulse Waveform Measurement and Reconstruction Systems
Characterization MethodNew Pump-probe Technique Providing a Wide Range Time-scale and Nanoscale Measurement
Characterization MethodNano-suit : Thin-layer of Amphiphilic Solution to Observe the Fine Structure of Living Organisms in FE-SEM
Characterization MethodNanoTester : PCI-AFM (Point-contact Current Imaging Atomic Force Microscopy)
Characterization MethodDirection-Free Magnetic Field Application System
Other carbon materials
Refer to: Carbon related materials Catalogue at 2011MRS Fall Meeting [29.7MB]

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