Microwave Workshop & Exhibition: Nov.30-Dec.2, 2016, Pacifico Yokohama,JAPAN
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University Exhibition

Booth No. U-11
University Exhibition 11

Kyoto Inst. of Tech., Advanced Electromagnetic Wave Engineering

Contact of Lab.
Goshokaido-cho, Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8585, JAPAN
TEL : +81(75)724-7454  E-mail : ueda@kit.ac.jp
[ Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Advanced Electromagnetic Wave Engineering ]
* Nonreciprocal Metamaterial
* Three-Dimensional Isotropic Metamaterials Based on Dielectric Particles
* Magneto-Chiral Metamaterials
Nonreciprocal metamaterials showing positive and negative refractive indices depending on a propagation direction of EM waves and their applications to antennas, three-dimensional isotropic metamaterials including artificial magnetic medium based on dielectric particles, magneto-chiral metamaterials, and low-profile metamaterial antennas will be presented.
Booth No. U-12
University Exhibition 12

Osaka Univ., Sanada Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-3 Machikaneyama, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-8531, JAPAN
TEL : +81(6)6850-6305  FAX : +81(6)6850-6341  E-mail : sanada@ee.es.osaka-u.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Engineering Science, Dept. of Systems Innovation, Division of Advanced Electronics and Optical Science, Sanada Lab. ]
* Transformation Electromagnetics
* Dirac Cone Metamaterials
* Huygens Surface
* Microwave and Terahertz Electronics
* Microwave / Millimeter-Wave Photonic Devices
Recent progress of the metamaterial technology is presented including invisibility and illusion cloaks based on transformation optics, Dirac cone metamaterials, and microwave/millimeter-wave photonic devices.
Booth No. U-13
University Exhibition 13

Kansai Univ., Horii Lab.

Contact of Lab.
2-1-1 Ryozenji, Takatsuki, Osaka, 569-1095 JAPAN
TEL : +81(72)690-2476  FAX : +81(72)690-2476  E-mail : horii@kansai-u.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Informatics, Dept. of Informatics, Horii Lab. ]
* Non-Foster Elements (Negative C, Negative L) Produced by Negative Impedance Converters and Their Applications
Our presentation will focus on
(1) principles of negative impedance converters,
(2) design methods of non-Foster elements (negative C, negative L), and discuss on perspective of non-Foster applications.
Booth No. U-14
University Exhibition 14

Saga Univ., Communication Engineering Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1, Honjo-machi, Saga-shi, Saga 840-8502, JAPAN
TEL : +81(952)28-8638  FAX : +81(952)28-8651  E-mail : toyoda@cc.saga-u.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Communication Engineering Lab. ]
* Advanced Planar Antennas Integrated with Microwave Circuits
* Versatile Planar Rectennas
Main concept of our research topics is advanced and extensive utilization of the microwave resonant fields. Antennas and microwave circuits are integrated to utilize the resonant fields effectively and the technology provides advanced hardware for wireless communication systems, radar systems and wireless power transfer systems.
Booth No. U-15
University Exhibition 15

Kyoto Inst. of Tech., Electromagnetic Wave Engineering Lab.

Contact of Lab.
Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 606-8585, JAPAN
TEL : +81(75)724-7469  FAX : +81(75)724-7400  E-mail : simasaki@kit.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Science and Tech., Dept. of Electronics, Electromagnetic Wave Engineering Lab. ]
* Human Area Networking Technology using Near-Field Coupling Transceiver
* Communications Protocol for Achieving High Real-Time Property and Reliability in 920MHz-Band Wireless Control Networks
* Wearable Antennas using Conductive Textile
* Wave Propagation Characteristics in Farms
Recent progress on
(1) near-field coupling transceivers for the human area network,
(2) improving reliability of wireless control networks by using source routing method,
(3) flexible antennas made of conductive textiles for RFIDs and wearable communication devices,
and (4) wave propagation characteristics in farms, will be presented.
Booth No. U-16
University Exhibition 16

Kyoto Univ., Shinohara Lab.

Contact of Lab.
Gokasho Uji, Kyoto 611-0011, JAPAN
TEL : +81(774)38-3880  FAX : +81(774)31-8463  E-mail : mitani@rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp
[ Research Inst. for Sustainable Humanosphere, Shinohara Lab. ]
* Research and Development of Microwave Power Transmission and Microwave Heating Application
Our laboratory works on microwave power transmission technology and microwave heating application. Microwave power transmission is expected to be applied to solar power station/satellites and some terrestrial applications. Microwave heating is expected as a new material processing method.
Recent researches and developments on these studies are presented.
Booth No. U-17
University Exhibition 17

Toyohashi Univ. of Tech., Tamura Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-1 Hibarigaoka, Tempaku, Toyohashi, Aichi 441-8580, JAPAN
TEL : +81(532)81-5777  E-mail : funayama@comm.ee.tut.ac.jp
[ Engineering, Dpt. of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Tamura Lab. ]
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology in Shielded Enclosure
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology and Telecommunications in Underwater
* Next Generation High-Frequency BPF for Small Base Station
・Epoch-making Wireless Power Transfer Technology in the electromagnetically shielded space is demonstrated.
・Wireless Power Transfer Technology and Telecommunication in underwater is introduced.
・Novel Next-generation BPFs for small base station of small cell are proposed.
Booth No. U-18
University Exhibition 18

National Inst. OF Tech., Hakodate College, Dept. of Production Systems Engineering

Contact of Lab.
14-1 Tokura, Hakodate, Hokkaido 042-8501, JAPAN
TEL : +81(138)59-6424  FAX : +81(138)59-6424  E-mail : maruyama@hakodate-ct.ac.jp
[ Dept. of Production Systems Engineering Lab. ]
* Wireless power transfer using mutual coupling of coils
Generally, we can consider received power is reduced when we use two received coils for two equipment that move simultaneously. This study show received powers become higher when we move two equipment simultaneously using mutual coupling between two received coils.
Booth No. U-19
University Exhibition 19

Tokyo Univ. OF Science, Yamamoto Lab.

Contact of Lab.
2641 Yamazaki, Noda, Chiba 278-8510,, JAPAN
TEL : +81(4)7122-9531   FAX : +81(4)7123-7354  E-mail : yamamoto@rs.noda.tus.ac.jp
[ Science and Tech., Electrical Engineering, Yamamoto Lab. ]
* Design and Development of Antennas
* Electromagnetic Phantom used in Low Frequency Band
* Wireless Energy Transmission
* Human Body Communication
We present researches on slot antennas for microwave plasma source, electromagnetic phantom used in low frequency band,Wireless energy transmission system for a totally-implantable artificial heart and human body communication.
Booth No. U-20
University Exhibition 20

Ryukoku Univ., Ishizaki Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-5 Yokotani, Seta Oe-cho, Otsu, Shiga 520-2194, JAPAN
TEL : +81(77)543-7798  E-mail : ishizaki@rins.ryukoku.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Science and Tech., Dpt. of Electronics and Informatics, Ishizaki Lab. ]
* Microwave Filter Technology
* Metamaterial / Artificial Dielectrics Technology
* High-Efficiency GaN Power Amplifier Technology
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology
* Millimeter-Wave device / Circuit Technology
In our lab, various passive and active microwave devices for mobile phones and base-stations are investigated. It will give a great influence on human society. And, these total technologies are required for realization of Wireless Power Transfer System, which will make our future life very convenient. Our students learn much more about wide-range of microwave technologies through the seminars, which are held weekly.


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