Category: physics

  • Blue laser diode book with Shuji Nakamura – the back ground story

    Blue laser diode book with Shuji Nakamura – the back ground story

    The Blue Laser Diode: The Complete Story (2nd Edition) Springer Verlag, Heidelberg Blue laser diode book – GaN based light emitters and lasers (1st Edition) Since I have been working for many years on GaAs research, as soon as I heard Shuji Nakamura’s talk at one of Japan’s applied physics conferences, I understood the importance, […]

  • 5th Ludwig Boltzmann Symposium Tokyo 2013

    “ENERGY” Wednesday, 20th February 2013, Embassy of Austria, Tokyo 14:00 Welcome by Dr. Bernhard Zimburg, Ambassador of Austria to Japan 14:10 Gerhard Fasol, “today’s agenda” 14:20 – 14:40 Robert Geller Professor of Geophysics University of Tokyo, seismologist. First ever tenured non-Japanese faculty member at the University of Tokyo “A seismologist looks at nuclear power plant […]

  • 4th Ludwig Boltzmann Symposium Tokyo 2012

    “ENERGY” on Monday, 20th February 2012 14:00 Welcome by Thomas Loidl, Chargé d’affaires ad interim of the Austrian Embassy 14:10 Gerhard Fasol: today’s agenda” 14:20 – 14:40 Tatsuo Masuda Professor at Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, served as Director of Oil Markets and Emergency Preparedness of IEA “New energy architecture for Japan” 14:40 – […]

  • 3rd Ludwig Boltzmann Symposium Tokyo 2011

    Topic “Space and Energy and Ludwig Boltzmann” on Thursday, 17th February 2011, Embassy of Austria, Tokyo. 14:00 Welcome by Michael Haider, Cultural Counsellor of the Austrian Embassy 14:10 – 14:40 Gerhard Fasol, “Ludwig Boltzmann: Pioneer of understanding Space and Energy” 15:00 – 15:45 Tetsuhiko Ikegami, PhD Chairman, Space Activities Commission, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, […]

  • 2nd Ludwig Boltzmann Symposium Tokyo 2010

    Topic “Leadership and Diversity” on Thursday, 18th February 2010 14:00 Welcome by HE the Ambassador of Austria to Japan 14:10 – 14:40 Gerhard Fasol, “Ludwig Boltzmann as a local and global leader” 15:00 – 15:20 Atsuko Heshiki, MD and PhD President of Medical Woman’s International Association (MWIA) and Professor Emeritus at Saitama Medical School “Leadership […]

  • Solar eclipse on July 22, 2009 seen in Tokyo

    The total solar eclipse could be seen clearly today around 11:13am in Tokyo – however in Tokyo the coverage was not total. Here is a picture taken with a standard Canon digital camera: Copyright·©2013 ·Eurotechnology Japan KK·All Rights Reserved·

  • our future: hot, flat, and crowded… celebrating Ludwig Boltzmann’s 165th birthday

    Ludwig Boltzmann was one of the most important physicists and philosophers: it is almost impossible for any engineer, chemist or physicist to do a day’s work without using Boltzmann’s tools and results every day. Ludwig Boltzmann is this author’s and Eurotechnology Japan KK’s founder’s great grandfather – and his excellence is our company’s guiding light. […]

  • Blue GaN LEDs take over Christmas

    Since Shuji Nakamura’s first commercialization of GaN LEDs (read the Blue Laser Diode Book) LEDs are progressing rapidly to make the US$ 400 Billion global lighting industry more environmentally friendly, reducing CO2 output and reducing electricity bills for lighting dramatically. Recently rail stations in Japan have begun to test plug-compatible replacement of fluorescent tubes by […]

  • “Recent Development in Blue Laser and Nanoscale Materials” (Princeton University)

    Gerhard Fasol gave a talk at the Department of Electrical Engineering of Princeton University, on Monday April, 4, 1998, at 4:00pm. Title: “Recent Development in Blue Laser and Nanoscale Materials”

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