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LiMMS is an international research unit on MEMS and NEMS (Micro- and Nano-Electro-Mechanical Systems) operated in joint names of France, CNRS - Institut des sciences de l'ingenierie et des Systemes INSIS, and Japan, Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), The University of Tokyo.


LiMMS is located on Komaba Campus (II), in Tokyo. Our Research activities are focused on 3 main fields related to micro- and nano- technologies: Bio MEMS, Nanotechnologies, Advanced MEMS.

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Seminars

BNR #53 - Pr. Jennifer HASLER (GeorgiaTech, USA), Feb 17th 2014, PM5:00- E-lounge
A Large-Scale Neuromorphic Hardware Systems Roadmap
BNR #52 - Pr. Renkun CHEN (University of California, San Diego), Feb 14th 2014, PM5:00- E-lounge
Thermal and Thermoelectic Transport in Nanostructures.
BNR #51 - Dr. Charlie GOSSE (LPN-CNRS, France), Sept 26th 2013, PM5:00- E-lounge
Magnetic and electric microsystems for the spatiotemporal modulation of biological signaling pathways.
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MESA+, Institute for Nanotechnology of The University of Twente, The Netherlands, to join EUJO-LIMMS in April 2014
MESA+, Institute for Nanotechnology of the University of Twente, in The Netherlands, was selected among 5 excellent competitors to become a new partner of the EUJO-LIMMS project as of April 2014, after a call launched in 2013. The new partner will be introduced during the second EUJO-LIMMS InfoDay at VTT (Finland) on June 18, 2014.
La Recherche • 59 | nº 482 • décembre 2013
"Un système artificiel imite la dynamique des écosystèmes", écrit par Dominique Padirac. Article de vulgarisation scientifique sur l'activité "molecular programming" de Dr. Yannick Rondelez et son équipe au sein du LIMMS.
first experimental observation of traveling concentration waves and spirals in a chemical reaction network built from the bottom up
We have reported the first experimental observation of traveling concentration waves and spirals in a chemical reaction network built from the bottom up. The mechanism of the network is a DNA oscillator of the predator–prey type. The molecular encoding of the nonequilibrium behavior relies on small DNA oligonucleotides that enforce the network connectivity and three purified enzymes that control the reactivity.
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Open Positions

ABG-54562 (deadline March 7th, 2014)
Atomic-scale nanoscience and nanodevices Host Lab: Pr. Kazuhiko HIRAKAWA http://thz.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/
ABG-54561 (deadline March 7th, 2014)
“SPISE” – Self Powered Intelligent Swarm Electronics (To develop flexible, disposal Point-of-care & Environmental monitoring Biosensors). Host Lab: Prof. Beomjoon KIM
Call for Trainee 2014
(deadline for applicants is Nov. 29th, 2013) We are pleased to inform you that LIMMS have decided to host 3 trainees (master 2 trainee) for 2013-2014. The support, provided by LIMMS, corresponds to the former basic CNRS trainee fees (in 2013 it was : 436.05 Euro/month ) for the duration of the stay limited to 5 months. (this support can be combined with other fund ressources)
ABG-52856 (Deadline Oct. 14th, 2013)
MOLECULAR PROGRAMMING in vitro
ABG-52838 (Deadline Oct. 14th, 2013)
Microfluidic Devices for cellular tissue encapsulation
ABG-52840 (deadline Oct. 14, 2013)
Post-Doc position : “SPISE” – Self Powered Intelligent Swarm Electronics (To develop flexible, disposal Point-of-care & Environmental monitoring Biosensors)
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EUJO-LIMMS
The Microsystem Materials Laboratory (MML) of the Department of Microsystems Engineering (IMTEK) at the University of Freiburg, Germany,...
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