1st D2T Special Seminar 2023 Hybrid Past D2T Special Seminar ONLINE
September 28 Thu. 4:00 pm- 4:30 pm JST
Hybrid: Location: Takeda Building 4F room 402 Zoom online
The 1st D2T Special Seminar 2023 Hybrid will be held on September 28 Thursday 4:00 pm - 4:30 pm JST. If you join the seminar on-site, please come to Takeda Building 4F room 402. We require on-site/ on-line perticipants to register the registration. we introduce a topic: Liquid Metals for Reconfigurable Wireless Communication Systems by Prof. Aaron Ohta, University of Hawaii at Manoa. This topic is very hot recently. Please join the seminar.
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Chair Person: Akio Higo, Ph.D., d.lab, the University of Tokyo
Liquid Metals for Reconfigurable Wireless Communication Systems
Prof. Aaron Ohta
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Wireless communication systems benefit from robustness and adaptability to different scenarios and environments. This requires systems and components that can be reconfigured as necessary. To create these reconfigurable components, we have been exploring the use of room-temperature liquid metals as an enabling technology. This talk will cover our work in utilizing liquid metals to create reconfigurable devices and circuits. The types of liquid metal that will be focused on include gallium alloys such as gallium/indium/tin and eutectic gallium indium, as these materials are liquid at room temperature and have low toxicity as well as other attractive properties. This talk will describe the use of applied voltages to deform and actuate gallium-based liquid metals by altering their surface tension. The use of surface tension means that the forces scale favorably as the liquid-metal dimensions are decreased to microscale volumes. Thus, there is potential for liquid-metal circuits in 5G and millimeter-wave communication bands.
D2T Research Department, Systems Design Lab, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Platform Device Research Devision, Systems Design Lab, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
ADVANTEST D2T Research Department
Platform Device Research Division
Systems Design Lab (d.lab),
School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Tel: +81-3-5841-0233 FAX: +81-3-5841-1093
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