System-Materials Nanoarchitectonics - Yutaka Wakayama

System-Materials Nanoarchitectonics

Yutaka Wakayama (Redaktør) ; Katsuhiko Ariga (Redaktør)

This book is the first publication to widely introduce the contributions of nanoarchitectonics to the development of functional materials and systems. The book opens up pathways to novel nanotechnology based on bottom-up techniques. Les mer
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This book is the first publication to widely introduce the contributions of nanoarchitectonics to the development of functional materials and systems. The book opens up pathways to novel nanotechnology based on bottom-up techniques. In fields of nanotechnology, theoretical and practical limitations are expected in the bottom-up nanofabrication process. Instead, some supramolecular processes for nano- and microstructure formation including molecular recognition, self-assembly, and template synthesis have gained great attention as novel key technologies to break through expected limitations in current nanotechnology. This volume describes future images of nanotechnology and related materials and device science as well as practical applications for energy and biotechnology. Readers including specialists, non-specialists, graduate students, and undergraduate students can focus on the parts of the book that interest and concern them most. Target fields include materials chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, nanotechnology, and even biotechnology.
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Forlag: Springer Verlag, Japan
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 338
ISBN: 9784431569114
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Part1.What is Nanoarchitectonics?.- 1.What is Nanoarchitectonics?.- Part2.Nanostructured Materials and their Construction.- 2.Synthesis of Semiconductor Nanowires.- 3.Nanoparticle Biomarkers Adapted for Near-Infrared Fluorescence Imaging.- 4.Frontiers in Mesoscale Materials Design.- 5.Wavelengh-selective Photothermal Infrared Sensors.- 6.Functional Molecular Liquids.- Part3.Devices and Computation by Nanoarchitectonics.- 7.Ionic nanoarchitectonics: Creation of polymer-based atomic switch and decision-making device.- 8.Oxoporphyrinogens: Novel Dyes based on the Fusion of Calix[4]pyrrole, Quinonoids and Porphyrins.- 9.Growth and electronic and optoelectronic applications of surface oxides on atomically thin WSe2.- 10.Portable toxic gas sensors based on functionalized carbon nanotubes.- 11.Advanced Nanomechanical Sensor for Artificial Olfactory System: Membrane-type Surface Stress Sensor (MSS).- 12.Quantum Molecular Devices toward Large-Scale Integration.- Part4.Energy and Life with Nanoarchiteconics.- 13.Nanostructured bulk thermoelectric materials for energy harvesting.- 14.Artificial Photosynthesis: Fundamentals, Challenges, and Strategies.- 15.Smart Polymers for Biomedical Applications.- 16.Geometrical and mechanical nanoarchitectonics at interfaces bridging molecules with cell phenotypes.- Part5.Emerging Methods.- 17.Electrical measurement by Multiple-Probe Scanning Probe Microscope.- 18.Large-Scale First-principles Calculation Technique for Nanoarchitectonics: Local orbital and Linear-scaling DFT methods with the CONQUEST code.- 19.Machine Learning Approaches in Nanoarchitectonics.
Yutaka Wakayama (National Institute for Materials Science)



Yutaka Wakayama received his PhD degree from University of Tsukuba on 1998. He is currently the leader of Quantum Device Engineering Group of World Premier International (WPI) Research Centre for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS). His research is oriented to fundamental studies on molecular assemblies in various dimensions and their application to optoelectronic devices: crystalline and electronic structure of molecular superlattice, carrier transport through directed- and self-assembled molecular wires, STM study on two-dimensional supermolecules, molecular quantum dot for single-electron devices, and advanced functional organic field-effect transistors. He has been appointed as a professor of Kyushu University since 2009.




Katsuhiko Ariga (National Institute for Materials Science, The University of Tokyo)




World Premier International (WPI) Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), 1-1 Namiki, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0044, Japan



Katsuhiko Ariga received his PhD degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology. He is currently the Director of Supermolecules Group and Principal Investigator of World Premier International (WPI) Research Centre for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS). His research is oriented to supramolecular chemistry, surface science, and functional nanomaterials (Lanmguir-Blodgett film, layer-by-layer assembly, self-organized materials, sensing & drug delivery, molecular recognition, mesoporous material etc.) and is now trying to combine them into unified field for world-surprise. He is editors and editorial advisory members of ca. 20 scientific journals. He is Fellow of Royal Societ of Chemistry, Nice-Step Reseracher (2010), Highly Cited Reseracher, and a member of World Economic Forum Expert Network. Since 2017, he is also appointed as a professor of The University of Tokyo.