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  • 2011-No.39[PDF:9.4MB]
    • Message:President's Message
      Thoughts for the New Year-2011
    • Feature:Nano-bioanalysis Devices
    • Project for the Development of a Multimarker Analysis System
    • Expectations for the Health Analysis System
    • Integrated CD-type Microfluidic Device
    • Measurement of Adipokines and Detection of Biomarkers for Pre-disease States
    • Highly Sensitive Micro-immunodevices with Surface Accumulable Molecules
    • Desktop-type Waveguide-mode Sensor System for Multimarker Measurement
    • Fluorescence Detection System for Multimarkers Based on Long-range Surface Plasmon Resonance
    • Development of a Single-channel Multiple Immunoassay Chip Using an Injector-based Antigen Immobilization Technique
    • Molecular Recognition on the Interfaces of Soft Materials ("Soft Interfaces")
    • Nano-scale Characterization and Controlled Adsorption of Bio-related Substances
    • Outdoor test facilities for new-type photovoltaic cells and modules
         - Development of the evaluation technology for outdoor energy performance for various types of photovoltaic cells and modules -
    • Fabrication of small glass capsules incorporating quantum dots
         - Toward practical use as fluorescent reagents for bio-applications utilizing their high brightness and photo-durability -
    • A perpendicularly magnetized TMR element enabling the increase of the capacity of Spin-RAMs (MRAMs)
         - Design of Spin-RAMs of 5-Gbit or more is feasible -
    • Home environment models for comfortable and independent living of people with disabilities
         - Toward a comfortable home environment designed by people with disabilities themselves -
    • Single-walled carbon nanotubes as capacitor electrodes operable at 4 V
         - Leading the way to development of small, light, and high-performance capacitors -
    • Hydrogen sensor using Mg-Ni switchable mirror thin film
         - Visualization of hydrogen gas diffusion -
    • Development of acceleration standard for safety evaluation
         - Calibration technique supporting acceleration measurement up to 5,000 m/s2 -
    • Development of measuring instrument for thermal diffusivity of thin films
         - Instrument for easy and fast measurement of thermophysical properties of thin films -
    • To realize the world top class temperature standard
         - The development of highly pure fixed point apparatus and its evaluation -
    • Application of air-coupled sensor to the laser ultrasonic visualization equipment for flaw inspection of structures
         - A contact-free visualization system of ultrasound for flaw inspection -
    • Cooperation with Mongolia in Geological Survey and Mineral Resource Research
    • NSTDA President of Thailand Visits AIST Tsukuba
    • Workshop with Karlsruhe Institute of Technology of Germany
  • 2011-No.40[PDF:5.1MB]
    • Message:President's Message
    • The New Science and Technology Basic Plan and AIST
    • Feature:Research on Environmentally Harmonious Building Materials
        –Research on building materials that save energy and provide comfort to living spaces–
    • Significance of the Research
    • Research on Energy-saving Building Materials to Reduce CO2 Emissions from the Residential and Commercial Sectors
    • Energy-saving Building Materials Being Studied at AIST
    • Expectations of Research and Development of Advanced Passive Building Materials to Provide Occupants with Comfort
    • Smart Building Materials
    • Evaluation of Control Systems to Achieve Both Energy Saving and Comfort
    • Expectations for the Development of New Window Materials
    • Next-generation Building Materials Offering Energy Saving and Comfort
    • Development of New Roof and Wall Materials
    • Demonstrations of Energy-saving Building Materials
    • Visualization of oxide ionic flow inside the solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC)
        - Development of new analytical tools for understanding of SOFC reaction mechanism -
    • Elucidation of complex structure of viral RNA polymerase with host-proteins
        - Expectations for a new anti-RNA virus drug development -
    • Ultrawideband ultralow impedance evaluation technology for power distribution network
        - Design and measurement technology of power distribution network for very low power consumption driving electronic circuits -
    • Development of monitoring technology for individual solar panels
        - Smart grid technology to prevent power generation loss by detecting malfunctions of solar panels -
    • Low-power indoor positioning system that is robust to signal loss, fluctuation, and noise
        - Analysis of ZigBee wireless packets with stochastic reasoning -
    • Developing a new photometric standard for light emitting diode (LED)
        - Ensuring reliable photometric evaluation of LED -
    • Nanopore standard: Supporting R&D of innovative materials
        - Highly-reliable measurement of positron lifetimes and the world's first nanopore reference materials -
    • Evaluation of anechoic chamber for EMI test over 1 GHz
        - New evaluation method using plane-wave spectral decomposition technique and optical microwave transceiver -
    • Digital super resolution in confocal Raman microscopy
        - Numerical analysis of confocal volume within a sample -
    • Opening of borehole data processing system to the public
        - Promotion of utilization of the borehole data as fundamental information on land -
    • MOU Concluded with imec
    • Seventh Biomass-Asia Workshop
    • Minister of Research and Higher Education of Norway Visits AIST Tsukuba
  • 2011-No.41[PDF:6.0MB]
    • Feature:The 6th AIST Advisory Board Meeting
    • Feature:AIST's World-Class Carbon Nanotube-Related Research
    • Outline and Expectations for the Future
    • Research and Development of Carbon Nanotubes at AIST
    • Super Growth Method
    • The eDIPS Method
    • Innovative Separation and Purification Technologies for CNTs
    • Production of functionalized CNTs and International Standardization of CNT characterization methods
    • Low-Temperature Synthesis of Graphene by Microwave Plasma CVD
    • Medical Applications of Carbon Nanotubes
    • Mass Production and Industrial Application of Organic Nanotubes
    • Bio-nanotubes and Their Applications
    • Observation of Nanocarbon Materials Using Ultra-High-Sensitivity Electron Microscope
    • The membrane separation technology for refining biobutanol
        - High concentration butanol recovered from 1 wt% butanol solution - 
    • Discovery of a novel endosymbiotic bacterium inducing body color change of insect
        - Symbiotic bacterium modifies aphid body color - 
    • Novel concept of organic photovoltaic cell
        - Demonstration of photoelectric conversion at near-infrared region (wavelength > 1 µm) - 
    • Organic materials that liquefy upon irradiation by light
        - Novel reusable photoresponsive materials - 
    • Development of a new oxide material for the negative electrode of lithium-ion batteries
        - High capacity hydrogen titanium oxide prepared by soft chemical synthesis - 
    • Fabrication method for submicrometer spherical particles
        - Utilizing instantaneous high temperature generated by laser irradiation - 
    • Diamond high voltage Schottky barrier diode (SBD) for next generation power electronics
        - High speed switching of diamond SBD achieved at 200 °C - 
    • Development of a silicon nitride ceramic material which maintains strength even under large thermal changes
        - Dispersion of boron nitride fine particles results in dramatic improvement in resistance to thermal shocks - 
    • An ultrasonic flowmeter for accurate measurement of micro-flow rates
        - Improving-the performance of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and reducing running costs - 
    • Development of AC Josephson voltage standards
        - Approaches for realization of the next-generation quantum AC voltage standards - 
    • Aiming at an ultimate clock
        - Development of a Sr/Yb optical lattice clock - 
    • A compact system generating high-precision electric field
        - Electric field standards using a waveguide - 
    • MOU concluded with BPPT of Indonesia
  • 2011-No.42[PDF:5.1MB]
    • Message:AIST Has Returned to Normal Operation!
    • Feature:Photovoltaic Research at AIST
    • Overview and Vision of Photovoltaic Technology and Description of the Research Center for Photovoltaic Technologies
    • Photovoltaic Devices Characterization Technologies
    • Photovoltaic Power Generation Evaluation Technologies
    • Addressing Issues Related to Operating and Maintaining Photovoltaic Systems
    • Reliability of PV Modules
    • Development of CIGS Solar Cell Technology (High-Functionality, High-Performance Flexible Submodule)
    • Silicon Thin-Film Solar Cells (Development of New Materials and Multijunction Technology)
    • Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
    • Development of Organic Thin-Film Solar Cells
    • Development of Innovative Solar Cells
    • Is it possible to write an air electrode by a pencil?
        - Drawing an air electrode of lithium air battery by a pencil -
    • Harmine, a new candidate for sleep disorder treatment
        - A circadian modulator which extends the circadian period -
    • Development of metal-less bamboo wheelchair
        - Metal-less wheelchair with both strength and bamboo feel that can pass through airport security -
    • 0.5 nm ultra-thin gate dielectric film
        - Contributes to low power operation of integrated circuits -
    • Visualization of visitors' comments as an artwork
        - A visitor not only appreciates but participates in an exhibition -
    • An alternative of platinum counter electrodes for dye-sensitized solar cells
        - Development of a ternary material with a core-shell structure -
    • Low temperature operable micro SOFCs
        - First demonstration of power generation by methane direct reformation at low temperature -
    • Technology for color imaging in darkness
        - Successful imaging of color animation of objects in darkness -
    • A carbon nanotube strain sensor
        - Detects 50 times as much strain as conventional strain sensors -
    • Improvement in performance of electrochromic devices through printing of fine metal wires
        - A step toward larger-area light-control glass and electronic paper -
    • Expansion of pitch calibration range of one dimensional grating standard
        - The minimum pitch extended to 23 nm -
    • Thermophysical property measurement for gases using an acoustic technique
        - Development of the apparatuses for acoustic resonance measurement with a spherical and a cylindrical cavity -
    • Hand-over Ceremony of the Pilot Plant for Biofuels from Non-food Biomass
    • Party of Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia, Headed by Rector Akhmaloka Visit AIST Tsukuba

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