2009 Asian Science Camp

August 2-8, 2009
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN

 

 

 
last modified: 11/05/2009
Leo Esaki: Leader

Nobel Prize in Physics, 1973 for the discovery of the Esaki tunnel diode.
Japan Prize, 1998 for the proposal and pioneering research of man-made superlattices. President, Yokohama College of Pharmacy / Chairman, the S & T Promotion Foundation of Ibaraki, Tsukuba

Lecture

Title: In Half a Century of Research - What did I learn? Lecture 6
Date&Time:   Aug. 4 (Tue) 13:00 -14:30  
Place:   Main Convention Hall  
Abstract (1.5MB):   §I Prologue
 
§II Student Days
§III Judicious Mind and Creative Mind
§IV Discovery of Esaki Tunnel Diode
§V Moving to United States
§VI Superlattice Research
§VII Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
§VIII Science and Technology
§IX Scientist, Chu and Engineer, Moore
§X Pushing Human Faculties to Limit
§XI Science Mind
§XII How to win a Nobel Prize
Reference:   Leo Esaki's Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1973
"Long Journey into Tunneling"

 

 

Camp
 
Title: The Challenge in Frontiers of Science and Technology
- How to win a Nobel Prize -
Camp 1
Date&Time:   Aug. 3 (Mon) 17:00 -18:15  
Place:   403  
Reference:   handout (PDF: 136KB)  

Title: The Challenge in Frontiers of Science and Technology
- How to win a Nobel Prize -
Camp 3
Date&Time:   Aug. 4 (Tue) 17:15 -18:30  
Place:   404  

Key Words: - The Esaki Tunnel Diode
- Man-made semiconductor superlattices
- How to win a Nobel Prize
 


Kensuke Kobayashi: Associate
 
 

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Kyoto University.
His interests are mesoscopic physics and spintronics, where one aims at controlling electron properties such as charge, spin, coherence, and many-body effects in small electric circuits

 
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