On May 19 and 20, NanoQuine held a public symposium entitled “New Developments in Nano Quantum Information Electronics” at the Itoh Hall of the University of Tokyo in Hongo, Tokyo. The final lecture on the first day, “Exploring New Research Frontiers” by Dr. Leo Esaki, a Nobel laureate in physics, attracted a wide audience from inside and outside the institute, filling the entire hall. At the symposium, representatives of the five collaborating institutions reported on the path to innovation through industry-university collaboration, and almost all of the faculty members participating in the Center’s projects reported on their latest research results, including seeds for industry-university collaboration. In addition, there were 63 poster presentations from students and young researchers, which showed the depth of the research for tomorrow’s innovation.
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