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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. 

Since 2016, LIMMS has highlighted 4 general fields of applications of these technologies by propose specific research axis : Integrative Bioengineering, bioMEMS for translational research, Energy and Smart Sensors in society. 

 

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Institute of Industrial Science

Seminars

BNR #60 - Pr. Hiroyuki FUJITA

From Wow to Work: Success Cycles in LIMMS Collaboration

BNR booklet on line

Prof. Tsuyoshi MINAMI (IIS, The University of Tokyo)-Friday Sept 15th , 2017 - AM10:00-Bw403

Applied Supramolecular Chemistry: Exploratory Research Toward Practical Applications in Molecular Sensors.
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News

Optic express highlight

LIMMS paper featured in Optics Express

Pr Duclos Vallee highlighted his visit in LIMMS in Hepatinov framework

The CNRS press release about our Nature Communications paper was published online yesterday (in French).

Interview of Myriam Lereau-Bernier

Myriam, a JSPS postdoctoral researcher hosted in Sakai Lab, was interviewed for the website of the University of Tokyo

French flag paper published in Nature Chemistry

A team at UPMC (Paris) used a molecular technology developed in LIMMS to implement a biochemical french flag pattern.

Phononic paper published in Nature Communication

A team involving LIMMS researchers and led by Pr Nomura just published a phononic paper in Nature Communication.
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Open Positions

Open Positions : JSPS Post-Doc (until Sept.12th 2014)

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)

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
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