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COMPLETED ERATO PROJECTS
A. Goto Quantum Magnetoflux Logic Project: Supercomputers Through Superconductors
PD: Prof. Eiichi Goto (Kanagawa University)
Quantum Flux Parametron as a High-Speed Logic Device (Ryotaro Kamikawai)
PD: Prof. Humio Inaba (Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University)
D. Yoshida Nanomechanism Project: The Way to Nanometer Technology (continuing as a post-project project until
PD: Mr. Shoichiro Yoshida (Managing Director, Nikon Corporation)
E. Kuroda Solid Surface Project
PD: Prof. Haruo Kuroda (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Tokyo)
F. Horikoshi Superbugs Project
PD: Prof. Koki Horikoshi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Chief Scientist, RIKEN)
PD: Dr. Tsuyoshi Masumoto (Director, Research Institute for Iron, Steel and Other Metals, Tohoku University)
K Ogata Fine Polymer Project
PD: Prof. Naoya Ogata (Sophia University)
L. Nishizawa Perfect Crystal Project
PD: Dr. Jun'ichi Nishizawa (President, Tohoku University)
CURRENT ERATO PROJECTS
Both the permanent institutional affiliation of the Project Director and the mailing address and phone numbers of the project office are given. Anyone interested in further information concerning specific projects is encouraged to contact the Project Director directly. General information concerning ERATO projects or about other activities of the Japan Research and Development Corporation (IRDC) should be addressed to:
Projects running from 1987 to 1992:
Kunitake Molecular Architecture Project: Novel Functions Through Self-Organization of Molecular Materials
PD: Prof. Toyoki kunitake (Kyushu University)
A Direct Nanometer-Scale Measurements of Surface Morphology and Surface Interactions (Kazue Kurihara,
Fundamental Design Group, Kurume Research Park)
B. Molecular Silicates and Related Materials (Kanji Sakata, Functional Architecture Group, Kurume Research
C. Preparation of Highly Stabilized LB Films by Molecular Design and 2-D Crosslinking (Tetsuo Ueno, Composite
Architecture Group, Kurume Research Park)
II. Furusawa MorphoGene Project: Searching for Genes Controlling Development
PD: Dr. Mitsuru Furusawa (Director, Molecular Biology Research Laboratory, Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co.) 2F, The Thirteenth Noyone Building 5-6-17 Nishikashi Edogawa-ku, Tokyo 134, Japan Tel: 03-3688-8944 Fax: 03-3675-0634