Faire progresser la recherche médicale grâce à la microtechnologie, ce n’est plus de la science-fiction. Contre le cancer, d’invisibles dispositifs électromécaniques permettront bientôt de dépister plus tôt la maladie et de mieux la combattre … (Les travaux de recherche de Liviu Nicu (LAAS), Dominique Collard (LIMMS et SMMIL-E) et Vincent Senez (IEMN))
The LIMMS (Laboratory for Integrated Micro-Mechatronic Systems), a joint laboratory between the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research, France) and the Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) of the University of Tokyo has celebrated its 20th anniversary (1995-2015).
The LIMMS was created in 1995 by two visionaries, Prof. Jean-Jacques Gagnepain, scientific Director of the Engineering Science department of CNRS and Prof. Fumio Harashima, General Director of IIS of the University of Tokyo, bridging the administrative and scientific gaps between the 2 countries at that time.
The ceremony was held on Thursday January 29, 2015 in IIS site of the Komaba Campus in Tokyo. The event was highlighted by the presences of Prof. Yoshiaki Nakano, Director General of IIS, Prof. Jean-Yves Marzin, Director of the Institute of Engineering Sciences and Systems of CNRS and the Ambassador of France in Japan, his Excellency Thierry Dana. A large delegation of CNRS researchers and directors from France joint the event. During the celebration, a room of the IIS was dedicated to the Prof. Jean-Jacques Gagnepain memory and a plaque was unveiled.
premier Workshop organisé en France par l’Association des Unités de Recherche du CNRS en Asie (AURA), le 15 Décembre 2014 à Paris au Centre de Recherche des Cordeliers Amphithéâtre Bilski-Pasquier, 15 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine 75006 PARIS (FRANCE).
Development of a microfluidic biochip for induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells differentiation at Fujii and Sakai laboratories. A postdoc position is available at LIMMS (Fujii-Sakai laboratories) starting in October 2015.
Deadline to apply is February 28, 2015
1) Physics and engineering of heat transport in semiconductor nanostructures at ultraslow temperatures (Pr. Nomura)
2) Microfluidic devices for advanced Cell/Tissues culture and engineering (Pr. Matsunaga)
3) Nanoprobing technology (Pr. Takahashi)
(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)