Dominique COLLARD, Dr.

limms_DCo.jpg Host Laboratory SMMIL-E
Position in LIMMS CNRS director of research (from August 2005 to )
Main Topic Research in LIMMS NANOTECH
Contact LIMMS/CNRS-IIS (UMI 2820)
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, 4-6-1 Komba, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8505, Japan
Phone:+81 (0)3 5452 6036 / Fax:+81 (0)3 5452 6088
E-mail collardmailmark.gifiis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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Dominique Collard was born in Cambrai, France in 1958. He received the Eng. Degree from ISEN (Institut Supérieur d'Electronique et du Numérique) in 1980, and the PhD degree from the University of Lille in 1984. His dissertations concerned silicon processes and devices simulations From 1985 to 1986, he was with TOSHIBA ULSI research Center in Kawasaki, Japan, as visiting scientist. He entered the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) as senior researcher in 1988, and settled a research group on process and device simulation at ISEN and IEMN (Institut d’Electronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie), Lille, France. His own research activity focused on silicon oxidation simulation and related stress effects. In 1995-1997, he was Director of the Laboratory for Integrated Micromechatronic Systems (LIMMS), Tokyo, Japan, a joint CNRS laboratory with the Institute of Industrial Science of the University of Tokyo. Within LIMMS he worked on silicon based electrostatic actuator for device alignment system and self assembling 3D technology. From 1997, he is with IEMN, as CNRS research director and settled a silicon micro-system group, working on micro-actuators and their integration in silicon micro-technology. November 2000-July 2005, he has a Professor position at the University of Tokyo and was Director of the CIRMM/CNRS (Center of International Research on MicroMechatronics ). From August 2005, he joint again the Laboratory for Integrated Micromechatronic Systems (LIMMS), Tokyo, Japan. icon_pdf.gif "Resume D Collard"

Main publication List (before LIMMS)
  1. D. COLLARD and K. TANIGUCHI,
    “IMPACT, a point defect based two-dimensional process simulator: modeling of lateral oxidation enhanced diffusion of dopants in silicon”,
    IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, Vol. ED-33, pp. 1454-1462, 1986.
  2. V. SENEZ, D. COLLARD, B. BACCUS, M. BRAULT and J. LEBAILLY,
    "Analysis and application of viscoelastic model for silicon oxidation",
    J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 76, pp. 3285-3296, 15 sept. 1994.
  3. T. AKIYAMA, D. COLLARD and H. FUJITA
    "Scratch Drive Actuator with mechanical links for Self-assembling of three-dimensional MEMS",
    J. Microelectromechanical Syst., Vol. 6, pp. 10-17,1997.
  4. D. GALAYKO, A KAISER, L. BUCHAILLOT, B. LEGRAND, D. COLLARD, C. COMBI,
    "Design, realisation and test of micro-mechanical resonators in thick-film silicon technology with postprocess electrode-to-resonator gap reduction",
    Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol. 13, pp. 134-140, Janvier 2003.
  5. V. AGACHE, B. LEGRAND, D. COLLARD, L. BUCHAILLOT, H. FUJITA,
    " Fabrication and characterization of 1.1 GHz blade nano-electromechanical resonator",
    Applied Physics Letters, vol 86, p. 213114, 2005.

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Research Projects in Limms

abstract :
The objective of this project is to demonstrate, for the first time, the single molecule manipulation and characterization by micromachined silicon based tweezers. DNA is the first targeted molecule. Molecule isolation is performed thanks to microfluidics device (Fig.1). Dedicated tweezers have been developed with appropriate actuation and sensing characteristics (Fig.2). DNA bundle has been successfully trapped by immersed tweezers, as shown by SEM image of a trapped DNA bundle bridging the tweezers tips (Fig. 3).

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Publications in LIMMS

  • International Journals
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  • Domestic Journals
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  • International Conferences
    1. C. Yamahata, T. Takekawa, K. Ayano, M. Hosogi, M. Kumemura, D. Collard, G. Hashiguchi, H. Fujita,
      "Silicon nanotweezers with adjustable gap for the manipulation and characterization of DNA molecules",
      Proceedings of 2006 International Conference on Microtechnoloies in Medicine and Biology, p.123-124,2006 icon_pdf.gif abstract
    2. M. Kumemura, K. Tamura, G. Hashiguchi, D. Collard and H. Fujita,
      "Nano-gap fabrication by focused ion beam for DNA trapping",
      Proceedings of 2006 International Conference on Microtechnoloies in Medicine and Biology, p.271-272,2006 icon_pdf.gif abstract
    3. C. Yamahata, A. Tixier-Mita, B. Lepioufle, H. Suzuki, E. Sarajlic, M. Kumemura, S. Takeuchi, D. Collard and H. Fujita,
      "Batch fabricated micro and nanopores in silicon for particle translocation detection",
      accepted at Microtas 2006, Nov. 5-9, Tokyo, Japan, 2006
    4. M. Kumemura, C. Yamahata, N. Sakaki, G. Hashiguchi, D. Collard and H. Fujita,
      "Measurement and modeling of DNA motion in microchannel including frequency dependent electrophoresis and electro-osmotic flow",
      accepted at Microtas 2006, Nov. 5-9, Tokyo, Japan, 2006
  • Domestic Conferences
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Organizing Activities

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