Professor Hiroyuki Fujita's last lecture : Bio-mems research
Following the tradition in Japan, LIMMS and ENS Paris-Saclay - previously ENS Cachan - are honored to invite Professor Fujita to give his “last lecture” on the 10th april, to summarize his career and achievements and to share with us his vision on international collaboration and his expectation to the future research trends in MEMS.
Professor Hiroyuki Fujita is currently engaged in the investigation of MEMS/NEMS and applications to bio/nano technology and IoT.
Major research projects include MEMS-in-TEM experiment for simultaneous visualization and measurement of nanomaterials, vibrational energy harvesters using ionic liquids, and bio molecular/cellular characterization using MEMS tools.
Professor Hiroyuki Fujita
He is Director of Advanced Research Laboratory of Canon Medical Systems Corporation from 2018. He is also a Professor of Tokyo City University. He was a Professor of Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo and also served as the founding director of Laboratory for Integrated Micromechatronics Systems (LIMMS) with French CNRS.
Professor Hiroyuki Fujita was a visiting professor in MIT and UC Berkeley. He received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from University of Tokyo in 1975, 1977 and 1980, respectively.
He has published more than 300 academic papers. He received many awards including l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques from Government of France and Docteur Honoris Causa from École normale supérieure Paris-Saclay.
"Bio-mems research within the context of french-japonese international laboratory"
The last lecture will be held on 10th april at 3'30 pm in Amphi Chemla, D'Alembert Institute (ENS Paris-Saclay).
A cocktail will follow in CHEMLA room, D'Alembert Institute .
Please thank you to register using: secretariat.ida [at] ens-cachan.fr (Secretariat IDA) (entitle your e-mail “Prof Hiroyuki Fujita’s last lecture”)