[Lab. HP] [Japanese]


Emergence of Bio-inspired Functions in Semiconductor Electron Devices
Toward Human- and Environment-friendly Electronics


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KASAI Laboratory

Research Area for Quantum Intelligent Device, Research Center for Integrated Quantum Electronics (RCIQE) and
Division of Electronics for Informatics, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology,
Hokkaido University



NEWS (latest update: April 28, 2017)


Conference information

  International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference (MNC2017) Nov. 6-9, 2017, Jeju, Korea

  Topical Workshop on Heterostructure Microelectronics (TWHM2017) Aug. 28-31, 2017, Kirishima, Kyushu, Japan



RESEARCH

Aim

Creating human- and environment-friendly electronics inspired by biological and nature phenomena through understanding their mechanisms

Theme

Emergence of bio-inspired functions in semiconductor devices and its application to human- and environment-friendly electronics

- Stochastic resonance devices and their application
- III-V semiconductor and Graphene three-branch nanowire junction (TBJ) device and its logic circuit application
- Sensing dynamic charge state in molecule and surface trap using GaAs nanowire
- Amoeba-inspired electronic computing system
- Robust detection of surface myoelectric signal and its application to intuitive man-machine interface
- Electronic nanostructure discrimination for artificial nano-metrics

Keywords

Basic technologies: III-V compound semiconductor, nanowire, Graphene, CNT-composite paper, nanodevice fabrication process, electron device characterization

Special topics: Stochastic resonance, Nanowire FET network, Brownian ratchet, Single molecule,
Artificial intelligence, Amoeba-inspired computing, Combinational optmization problem, Myoelectric detection, Surface electrode



PUBLICATIONS


  List is here (updated April 2017)



LECTURES

Graduate School:

Advanced Device Engineering (Autumn)

Undergraduate:

Electron Device Engineering (Spring, Summer)
Lab. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Spring, Summer)


MEMBER

Seiya KASAI, Dr. , Professor

Xiang YIN, Dr. (PD)

Graphene-based three-branch nanojunction device

Kentaro SASAKI, Mr. (DC1)

Detection of nanometer-scale charge dynamics using a GaAs nanowire

Kenta SAITO, Mr. (MC2)

Amoeba-inspired electronic computing system

Kazuki INADA, Mr. (MC1)

Nonlinear detection weak surface myoelectric signal and its application to man-machine interface

Katsumi SHIMIZU, Mr. (MC1)

Development of electrical nanoscale structure discrimination technique for nano-metrics

Naoki SUEFUJI, Mr. (B4)

Amoeba-inspired electronic computing system

Ko-ichi TAJIMA, Mr. (B4)

Nonlinear detection weak surface myoelectric signal and its application to man-machine interface


CONTACT/LOCATION


Seiya Kasai
Professor, Dr. (Eng)
Research Area for Quantum Intelligent Device,
Research Center for Integrated Quantum Electronics (RCIQE), Hokkaido University
North 13, West 8, Sapporo 060-8628, JAPAN
FAX: +81-11-716-6004
E-mail: kasai(at)rciqe.hokudai.ac.jp (replace "(at)" by "@")
Office: 301, building of RCIQE

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