Events (Fasol laboratory, University of Tokyo)

Tokyo University, Institute of Industrial Science, Fasol Laboratory
Tokyo University, Institute of Industrial Science, Fasol Laboratory

University of Tokyo, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Fasol Laboratory – Nanostructure Devices Laboratory (1993 – 1996)

  • "Physics in industry – perspectives from Japan"
    11th General Conference of the European Physical Society : EPS-11 : Trends in Physics
    Time: 6 – 10 Sep 1999, London, UK (40 minutes)
    Invited plenary talk (40 mins)
    Place: London
    Speaker: Gerhard Fasol

  • "Spin-polarized Electrons in Semiconductors and in Mesoscopic Devices"
    Spring Meeting of the Japanese Physical Society in Kanazawa:
    Time: Tuesday 2nd April 1996, 15:15-16:05 (50 minutes incl. discussion)
    Special Invited Lecture Nr. 2pF5
    Place: Kanazawa-University, Lecture-Room F
    Speaker: Gerhard Fasol

  • "Can we see atoms inside a crystal with an electron microscope"
    Tuesday 6th February 1996, Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. Tokyo,
    Speaker: Professor Dirk van Dyck
    Head of Dept. of Physics, Director of Vision Laboratory,
    Co-Director of Electron-Microscope Group (University of Antwerp)

  • "Semiconductor Device Physics from Conjugated Polymers"
    Monday 5. February 1996, Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. Tokyo,
    Speaker: Professor Richard H. Friend, F.R.S.
    Cavendish Professor, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, U.K.

  • "Cross-Cultural Communication” (In Japanese Language)"
    Monday 22 January 1996, 18:00-20:00,
    German Chamber of Commerce in Tokyo,
    Speaker: Gerhard Fasol
    Audience: Japanese Executives of German and Japanese Companies

  • "What C++ Is and Why?"
    Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup
    Head of AT & T Bell Labs Large-Scale Programming Research Department and AT & T Fellow, created and implemented the computer language C++.
    Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup will give a talk at the Institute of Industrial Science on 14 November 1995

  • "Electron Spin Effects in Semiconductors: Spin Relaxation, Spin-Effects on the Bandstructure, Possible Device Applications>"
    Friday 6 October 1995, 13.30
    Institute of Industrial Science, Univ. Tokyo,
    Speaker: Gerhard Fasol

  • "Development of novel electronic, opto-electronic and magneto-electronic devices and research trends in Japan in semiconductors"
    "Entwicklung neuartiger elektronischer, opto-elektronischer und magneto-elektronischer Bauelemente und Forschungstrends in Japan auf dem Gebiet der Halbleiter"
    Monday 18 September 1995, 18.00, German Embassy Tokyo, Technology Seminar Series,
    Speaker: Gerhard Fasol

  • "Blue light emitters for displays, data storage, and traffic signals –
    Recent breakthroughs by Nichia Chemical Industries Ltd.,
    background & implications"
    Speaker: Gerhard Fasol, University of Tokyo, and JRDC
    Time & Date: 4PM, Wednesday 2 August, 1995
    Where: Asian Technology Information Program (ATIP), Tokyo