PhD student Yusuke Morikawa receives Student Paper Award Finalist
22 Feb 2018
Yusuke Morikawa, a first-year doctoral student in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, has been awarded as a Student Paper Award Finalist.
This prize is awarded to especially outstanding papers presented at the international conference 'MEMS 2018' with an adoption rate of 51%, and the final decision was made by the conference's Technical Program Committee (TPC) through a strict screening and voting process. This year's conference received a total of 675 submissions, and this paper was chosen out of the 10% of papers to be presented and was one out of only 14 papers to receive this award.
Organizer: The 31th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, MEMS 2018
Award name: Student Paper Award Finalist
Paper title: Stretchable Micro-Doughnuts Kirigami Bioprobe
Recipient: Yusuke Morikawa, a first-year doctoral student in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering (graduated from the National Institute of Technology, Nara College)
Collaborators: Yusuke Morikawa, Shota Yamagiwa, Hiroto Sawahata, Rika Numano, Kowa Koida, Makoto Ishida, Takeshi Kawan