报告题目：Single Crystalline Metal Oxide Nanowires and Their Promises-Toward IoT Nanodevices to Make Our Daily Life and Health Better
报 告 人：Prof. Takeshi Yanagida
Institute of Materials Chemistry and Engineering，Kyushu University, Japan
主 持 人：卢革宇 教授
摘要：Manipulating an atom and a molecule enables to design well-defined functional nanostructures. One of most promising and emerging nanostructures is “Single Crystalline Nanowire”. Especially, “Metal Oxide Nanowires” have tremendous functionalities including, superconductor, ferromagnetism, ferroelectric, memristor, photo-catalyst, transparent conductor, gas sensors and others, which cannot be attainable to conventional semiconductors such as Group VI and III-V compounds. Here I show i) a fundamental atomic level design concept for creating single crystalline oxide nanowires via vapor-liquid-solid (VLS) pathway, ii) a development to measure the physical properties of a “single” nanowire, including electrical and thermal transport properties, and iii) their novel nanodevice applications, including “Nanowire Memristor”, “Nanowire Thermoelectric Device”, “Nanowire Biomolecule Analysis Device” and “Nanowire Molecule Recognition Device”. These completely new nanodevices are now integrated on silicon devices towards forthcoming internet of things (IoT) era, which will drastically change our daily life and health.
Prof. Takeshi Yanagida holds a BSc and MS in Engineering from Osaka Prefecture University, and PhD from Teesside University, England. His research interests are in Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Material Science and Their Novel Device Applications. He has received several scientific awards including, Young Researcher Award from APPIE, Award of Young Researcher, Society of Nano Science and Technology, Research Fellow of Hisyo Research in Osaka University, Funai Award, Young Research Award of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology in Japan.He has more than 200 publications including journal articles, proceedings, book chapters, and patents.