Special Lecture on "The Minimal Fabrication of Semiconductor Devices and its Social Impact"
13 Sep 2017
On July 4th, 2017, TUT hosted the 2nd lecture meeting of the Chubu chapter of the Engineering Academy of Japan (EAJ). The meeting was held in the newly opened Collaboration Area of the Multi-Plaza in the TUT library.
The EAJ, which is the representative body of the Japan Engineering Society, is composed of leading experts from academia, industry, and government institutions who possess a wide range of knowledge and have made outstanding contributions in engineering and technological sciences, and closely related fields. The EAJ aims to contribute to the advancement of Japan and the world through activities to promote engineering and technological sciences.
At this meeting, two famous Japanese scientists, Dr. Shiro Hara from the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and Professor Kazuaki Sawada from TUT, gave lectures on the following topics:
- Dr. S. Hara: The true self of Minimal fabrication technology of semiconductor devices developed by Dr. Hara and its social impact
- Prof. K. Sawada: Recent progress of multimodal sensors developed by Prof. Sawada utilizing minimal fabrication technology.
In addition to academy members from Aichi, Gifu, Yamanashi, Ishikawa, and Toyama, many students and faculty members of TUT attended the meeting.