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USJI Universities Research Report Vol.43

2015.09.30

Sophia University

Topic:
Density of States Scaling at the Semimetal to Metal Transition in Three Dimensional Topological Insulators
Researcher:
Tomi Ohtsuki, Professor, Department of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology
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The quantum phase transition between the three dimensional Dirac semimetal and the diffusive metal can be induced by increasing disorder. Taking the system of a disordered Z2 topological insulator as an important example, we co…

The University of Tokyo

Topic:
Overcoming assumptions about Islamic Art: The advantages of an East Asian perspective
Researcher:
Tomoko Masuya, Professor, The Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia
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Whether they understand the language or not, the traveler to a foreign country is likely to find their interest in the local culture pushed to new heights by everything their eyes see—from the faces of the people and how they dress, to the look of the…

University of Tsukuba

Topic:
Numerical and experimental studies on impact and collapse problems of structures
Researcher:
Daigoro Isobe, Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems
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In this paper, several numerical simulations of framed structures were performed to identify the specific structural cause of the high-speed total collapse of the World Trade Center (WTC) towers, which occurred during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. A …

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Waseda University

Keio University

Topic:
Single photons for quantum cryptography--Carbon nanotubes that emit single photons at telecommunication wavelengths and room temperature could be useful for quantum cryptography
Researcher:
Hideyuki Maki, Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Junko Ishi-Hayase, Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology
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Single-walled carbon nanotubes can emit single photons at room temperature and at wavelengths used for telecommunications, according to research by Keio University scientists1. This makes them very attractive as single-photon sources for quantum crypt…

Kyoto University

Topic:
Intractable pain may find relief in tiny gold rods
Researcher:
Tatsuya Murakami, Program-Specific Research Center Associate Professor, Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS)
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Gold nanorods are tiny rods that are 1-100 nanometers wide and long. In comparison, a human hair is 100,000 nanometers wide. The team coated gold nanorods with a special type of prot…

Kyushu University

Topic:
Hyperglycemia impairs left–right axis formation and thereby disturbs heart morphogenesis in mouse embryos.
Researcher:
Chikara Meno, Professor, Department of Developmental Biology, Graduate School of Medical Sciences
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Epidemiological studies have revealed that pregestational diabetes mellitus increases the risk for congenital anomalies, including congenital heart defects (CHDs). Despite the importance of preventing diabetes-related congenital malformations, however, the …

Ritsumeikan University

Topic:
Fusion between MEMS and BME on Multiple
Researcher:
Satoshi Konishi, Professor, College of Science and Engineering / Department of Mechanical Engineering
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As a result of dramatic advancements in semiconductor manufacturing technology, the field of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) in which this technology is applied is also evolving spectacularly. It is well known that MEMS are used in a va…

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