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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.


Institute of Industrial Science


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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LIMMS technology selected for ERC Proof of concept

A technology developed in LIMMS and now matured in ESPCI in Paris (PEN DNA toolbox) has been selected for a ERC Proof-of-concept grant

Colour AFM published in APL

One of the flagship technology of LIMMS, the colour AFM, has been published in Applied Physics Letter.

Paper published in Nature Protocols

The methodology behind a microfluidic platform develloped in LIMMS has been published in Nature Protocols

Phononic paper published in Science Advances

Photonic paper published in Science Advances

Optic express highlight

LIMMS paper featured in Optics Express

Pr Duclos Vallee highlighted his visit in LIMMS in Hepatinov framework

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Open Positions

ABG-65268 JSPS Postdoc position - October 2016 (Deadline February 27th, 2016)

A 2 years JSPS Postdoc position is open at LIMMS, Japan starting from October 2016 (Deadline February 27th, 2016): Development of Novel Cooling Devices Based on Quantum Structures, Prof. Hirakawa lab
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