- 2019 Spintronics Workshop on LSI will be held.
About “Study Groups on Electrical Communication”
Study Groups on Electrical Communication are organized to solve scientific and technological problems and to promote research and development through the collaboration of the Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Group of ECEI (Electrical Engineering, Communication Engineering, Electronic Engineering, and Information Engineering) in Graduate Schools of Engineering, Information Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, related scientists and engineers inside and outside Tohoku University. The Study Groups on Electrical Communication consist of many Sub-Groups, to deal with specific subjects.
Evolution from “Study Groups on Electrical Communication” to “Cooperative Research Projects Type-T”
Inheriting the history and philosophy* of the Study Group on Electrical Communication, which has operated since 2022, the “Study Groups on Electrical Communication” was developed as “Cooperative Research Project Type-T” to contribute to the activities of the RIEC as a center for joint use and joint research. For inquiries about each project, please contact the project principal investigator.
* Philosophy of the Engineering Research Group
- There is no limit to the number of participants. However, participants must be from more than one laboratory, or from many laboratories other than single laboratory.
- The research group should have many participants from multiple laboratories or from outside a particular laboratory.
- The materials of the research group should be preserved for posterity.
- Electromagnetic-Wave Transmission Technologies Workshop
- Technical Committee for Acoustic Engineering
- Tohoku Plasma Forum
- Special Interest Group on Computer Science
- Technical Committee for System Control
- Information Biotronics Seminar
- Spinics Research Society
- New Paradigm Computing Research Group
- Technical Committee for Ultrasonic Electronics
- Brainware Research Project
- Biocybernetics and Bioinformatics
- Study Group on Nanoelectronics and Spintronics
Project Contact (PDF)