2014基礎工学部要覧_英文
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45Facts and Figures ■Multidisciplinary Research Laboratory System for Future Developments (“MIRAI”Lab,       )With its rich experience in developing newly emerging interdisciplinary elds, the Graduate School of Engineer-ing Science established in 2002 a unique system called the Multidisciplinary Research Laboratory System for Future Developments (MIRAI LAB) which supports and incubates various research projects which are aimed at the future development of creative research elds as well as the education of young researchers and engineers with global standards of knowledge and expertise in these elds, in cooperation with conventional basic engineer-ing science. Research projects in 2013 are:(1) Towards a hub of activities for research and education on mathematical and statistical nance (Jun SEKINE)(2) Formation of Research Center for hierarchical material dynamics by ultra-broadband spectroscopy (Masaaki ASHIDA)(3) Creation of New Current in Materials Research based on Bulk Material Synthesis (Yoshito TOBE)(4) Homogeneous Multi-metal Catalysts with Metal-metal Cooperative Interaction (Kazushi MASHIMA)(5) Developments of bio-tools composed of living cells and evaluation technologies using them for drug discovery research (Shinji SAKAI)(6) Development of rare-metal free white light-emitting diodes based on silicon nanomaterials (Masato ARA)(7) Development and application of big data analysis based on information-theoretical hierarchy (Takeshi KIYONO)(8) Development of THz frequency domain spectrometer for protein dynamics (Shintaro HISATAKE)(9) Understanding of mechanism in megakaryocytic dierentiation of hematopoietic stem cell for enhanced platelet production (Yoshihiro OJIMA)(10) Development of system for real-time sensing of oil/gas spill in deep water (Yohei TAKAGI)(11) Development of Mechano-Biomicrodevice and its Application for Stem Cell Culture (Kazunori SHIMIZU)(12) Development of new catalytic system by using cooperative eect (Yusuke KITA) (13) Development of Functionalized Biomimetic Molecules Based on Nucleic Acid Aptamers (Junpei YAMAMOTO)(14) Development and application of the real-time local chemical stimulation system for cell analysis (Masaru KOJIMA)(15) 3-D Surface Reconstruction from a Sparse Point Set Based on Texture Synthesis (Sei IKEDA)(16) Direct Observation of Channel Region of Electrical Double Layer Transistors (Yasuyuki YOKOTA)(17) Experimental study on external-eld control of crystal chirality (Kenta KIMURA)(a) TEM image of a crystalline silicon nanotube (SiNT) prepared by hydrothermal synthesis. It curved windingly at approximately 120°. (Masato ARA)Live- cell imaging of dierentiated K562 cells (A) phase-contrast images (B) uorescent images showing nucleus with Hoechst33342. (Yoshihiro OJIMA)

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