It is a once-a-month regular event where visitors will get to come in direct contact with researchers. We will introduce the cutting-edge technology of the micro nano world.
Lecturer: Takehiko Kitamori (Professor of The University of Tokyo)
Lecturer: Takehiko Kitamori (Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)
- History -
1980: Graduated from the Department of Basic Science, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo (Physics and Mathematics Course)
Researcher of the Hitachi Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd.
1989: Assistant of The University of Tokyo (Faculty of Engineering)
1990: Lecturer of The University of Tokyo
1997: Associate Professor of The University of Tokyo
1998: Project Leader of Micro Chemistry Lab, Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology
1998: Professor of The University of Tokyo, up to the present
The micro nanochip is a small glass board which is just about the size that would fit in the palm of the hand. Various mechanisms are concentrated on the board in order to conduct a complex chemical reaction. With this, synthesis, analysis and incubation of large amounts over a short period of time become possible. The application of this technology is anticipated in a wide range of areas such as medical diagnosis and environmental research. Why don't you come see the forefront of the micro nano world and how the research will relate to our lives?