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US 2024-01-25
Online Online Pancreatic cancer and the use of ultrasound as a treatment -- Overcoming the most intractable malignancy --
Kazuhide Okada (NTMC) US2023-72
Although 51% of women and two out of three men in Japan are currently affected by development of cancer in their lifetim... [more] US2023-72
EE, CPM, OME 2023-12-08
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Chronopotentiometry of free-standing bilayer lipid membranes formed over an aperture in a Si chip.
Yoshihiro Shimada, Masataka Moriya, Hiroshi Shimada (UEC), Daisuke Tdaki, Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (Tohoku Univ.), Yoshinao Mizugaki (UEC) EE2023-29 CPM2023-85 OME2023-56
A bilayer lipid membrane (BLM) is a basic unit of a cell membrane. Free-standing BLMs formed over an aperture in a micro... [more] EE2023-29 CPM2023-85 OME2023-56
MRIS, CPM, ITE-MMS, OME [detail] 2023-10-27
Niigata Niigata Univ. Ekiminami Campus
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Giant Polymer Nanomembranes -- As a 2-D nanomaterial --
Hirohhmi Watanabe (AIST) MRIS2023-14 CPM2023-48 OME2023-35
(To be available after the conference date) [more] MRIS2023-14 CPM2023-48 OME2023-35
OCS, LQE, OPE 2023-10-19
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Integration of Spot-size Converters into Membrane Lasers on SiC -- Improved fiber-coupled Output Power Enabling Fiber-amplifier-free Transmission of 100-GBaud Signals --
Suguru Yamaoka, Takuma Aihara, Nikolaos-Panteleimon Diamantopoulos, Hidetaka Nishi, Takuro Fujii, Yoshiho Maeda, Hiroki Sugiyama, Tatsurou Hiraki, Koji Takeda, Toru Segawa, Shinji Matsuo (NTT) OCS2023-31 OPE2023-86 LQE2023-33
Membrane lasers on SiC provide the fastest direct modulation, but the SiC’s medium refractive index of 2.6 prevents the ... [more] OCS2023-31 OPE2023-86 LQE2023-33
CPM 2023-02-28
Tokyo Tokyo University of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Construction of an evaluation platform for specific membrane capacitance through the combination of optical microscopy and artificial cell membrane system
Hironori Kageyama, Maki Komiya, Teng Ma, Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (Tohoku Univ.) CPM2022-95
Ion channels, membrane-embedded proteins, are responsible for selective ion permeation through the cell membrane. Recent... [more] CPM2022-95
CPM 2023-02-28
Tokyo Tokyo University of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Temperature dependence of specific capacitance extracted from repeated EIS measurements of free-standing DPPC bilayer membranes
Shoya Ueda, Yoshihiro Shimada, Daiki Hiramatsu, Masataka Moriya (UEC Tokyo), Daisuke Tadaki, Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (Tohoku Univ.), Yoshinao Mizugaki (UEC Tokyo) CPM2022-102
Bilayer lipid membranes (BLMs) formed in micropores are referred to as free-standing BLMs. The folding method is a techn... [more] CPM2022-102
SCE 2023-01-20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Evaluation of current-voltage characteristics of STJ detectors using membrane
Tsuyoshi Noguchi, Taiga Shibasaki (Saitama Univ.), Go Fujii, Shigetomo Shiki, Takahiro Kikuchi (AIST), Tohru Taino (Saitama Univ.) SCE2022-17
Superconducting tunnel junction (STJ) detectors can theoretically achieve several ten times higher energy resolution tha... [more] SCE2022-17
OME 2022-12-26
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Water Molecules inside Electrolyte Membrane in Running Fuel Cell Analyzed by Non-Linear Raman Spectroscopy
Hiromichi Nishiyama, Junji Inukai (U. Yamanashi) OME2022-52
Water distribution in the electrolyte membrane inside the polymer electrolyte fuel cell (PEFC) has a great influence not... [more] OME2022-52
OPE, OCS, LQE 2022-10-21
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Low energy direct modulation of a 5-um-long active region on Si DBR laser
Erina Kanno, Koji Takeda, Takuro Fujii, Takaaki Kakitsuka, Shinji Matsuo (NTT) OCS2022-36 OPE2022-82 LQE2022-45
In order to introduce optical interconnects into short-distance interconnects, ultra-low power consumption lasers are ne... [more] OCS2022-36 OPE2022-82 LQE2022-45
Online Online Evaluation of Autonomic Nervous System Function for Human Comfort in Glare Suppression using Weakly Shaded Membrane
Yutaka Yoshida (Tohoku Univ.), Junichiro Hayano (Nagoya City Univ.), Itaru Kaneko, Emi Yuda (Tohoku Univ.) MBE2021-102
Abstract Sunlight and illumination light are known to produce uncomfortable glare phenomena, and their effects vary dep... [more] MBE2021-102
CPM 2022-03-01
Online Online Electrical Properties of Bilayer Lipid Membranes Mixed with [70]PCBM
Yoshihiro Shimada, Daiki Hiramatsu, Riku Sato, Masataka Moriya (UEC), Daisuke Tadaki, Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (TOHOKU Univ.), Yoshinao Mizugaki (UEC) CPM2021-83
A bilayer lipid membrane (BLM) is a basic unit of a cell membrane. In the BLM mixed with [60]PCBM, a change in current t... [more] CPM2021-83
CPM 2022-03-01
Online Online Photoresponsive Mechanism of Functional Bio-hybrid Membranes Based on Lipid Bilayer Structure
Kaito Watabe, Xingyao Feng, Teng Ma, Daisuke Tadaki (Tohoku Univ.), Kensaku Kanomata, Fumihiko Hirose (Yamagata Univ.), Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (Tohoku Univ.) CPM2021-84
Lipid bilayer membranes have unique properties, such as ultra-thin film and ultra-high resistance, and can be easily for... [more] CPM2021-84
CPM 2022-03-01
Online Online Construction of a fluorescence imaging system for electric field measurement in lipid bilayers
Maki Komiya, Daiki Ando, Hironori Kageyama, Takaya Watanabe, Madoka Sato, Teng Ma (Tohoku Univ), Kensaku Kanomata, Fumihiko Hirose (Yamagata Univ), Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (Tohoku Univ) CPM2021-85
Ion channels, one of the transmembrane proteins, play important roles in biological activities. We have been developing ... [more] CPM2021-85
SCE 2022-01-21
Online Online Gamma-ray transition edge sensors with a thick-trilayer membrane; Thermal Property & Microwave Multiplexing
Takahiro Kikuchi, Go Fujii (AIST), Ryota Hayakawa (TMU), Ryan Smith (UTokyo), Fuminori Hirayama, Yasushi Sato, Satoshi Kohjiro, Masahiro Ukibe (AIST), Masashi Ohno (UTokyo), Akira Sato, Hirotake Yamamori (AIST) SCE2021-16
Thick membranes of the gamma-ray transition-edge sensor (γ-TES) generally exhibit great mechanical strength and can supp... [more] SCE2021-16
CPM 2021-03-03
Online Online Voltage dependence of current fluctuation measured across bilayer lipid membranes mixed with carbon nanotubes
Daiki Hiramatsu, Riku Sato, Haruka Hirata, Masataka Moriya (UEC), Fumihiko Hirose (Yamagata Univ.), Ayumi Hirano-Iwata (Tohoku Univ.), Yoshinao Mizugaki (UEC) CPM2020-71
A bilayer lipid membranes (BLMs) is the basic structure of the cell membranes. The inside of BLMs is hydrophobic and the... [more] CPM2020-71
CPM 2021-03-03
Online Online A sensing system for drug side effects on hERG channels for personalized medicine.
Takaya Watanabe, Ryo Yokota, Miki Kato, Madoka Sato, Daisuke Tadaki, Maki Komiya, Hideaki Yamamoto (Tohoku Univ), Michio Niwano (Tohoku Fukushi Univ), Ayumi Hirano (Tohoku Univ) CPM2020-72
Ion channels regulate ion permeation through cell membranes, of which function is very important to control bioelectric ... [more] CPM2020-72
SCE 2021-01-19
Online Online Thermal Conductance of Tri-layer Membranes for Multi-Pixel Gamma-Ray Transition Edge Sensors
Takahiro Kikuchi, Satoshi Kohjiro, Ryota Hayakawa, Go Fujii, Fuminori Hirayama, Masahiro Ukibe (AIST), Ryan Smith, Masashi Ohno (U-Tokyo) SCE2020-18
We have been developing the Gamma-ray Transition Edge Sensors (TESs) which is able to achieve high energy resolution. Mu... [more] SCE2020-18
EMT, MW, OPE, EST, MWP, THz, IEE-EMT [detail] 2020-07-17
Online Online Preliminary study on the molecular dynamics simulation for water and biological membrane molecules under the application of spatially-uniform sinusoidal electric field
Sugino Takuto (TMU), Sasaki Kensuke (NICT), Suzuki Yukihisa (TMU) EMT2020-20 MW2020-29 OPE2020-15 EST2020-20 MWP2020-20
A goal of this study is to clarify dispersion characteristics of biomolecules, which resultant to estimate those dielect... [more] EMT2020-20 MW2020-29 OPE2020-15 EST2020-20 MWP2020-20
CPM 2020-02-29
Tokyo Presentation Rm., KCB01, Tokyo Univ. of Technol.
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Photoresponse characteristics of graphene-mixed lipid bilayer membrane formed by the folding method
Riku Sato, Haruka Hirata, Yasutaka Tomioka, Masataka Moriya, Hiroshi Shimada (UEC), Fumihiko Hirose (Yamagata Univ.), Hirano-Iwata Ayumi (Tohoku Univ.), Yoshinao Mizugaki (UEC) CPM2019-105
A lipid bilayer is the basic structure of a cell membrane that partitions cells one by one. Because inside of the lipid ... [more] CPM2019-105
OCS, LQE, OPE 2019-10-17
Kagoshima   Study of suitable optical confinement for GaInAsP membrane DR lasers
Naoki Takahashi, Weicheng Fang, Koichi Saito, Tomohiro Amemiya, Nobuhiko Nishiyama (Titech) OCS2019-28 OPE2019-66 LQE2019-44
Large Scale Integrated circuits (LSI) have realized high performance according to the scaling rule. However, recent year... [more] OCS2019-28 OPE2019-66 LQE2019-44
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