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Tech Report #8: April 9, 2002

ATIP Report Abstracts 2002: Part 2

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2002 ATIP Report Abstracts: Part 2



A typical ATIP Report is in two parts, one public portion, and one subscriber portion. The following is the titles of reports published in February 2002 (see the rest at the URL above or in this series on the GLOCOM Platform).

  • ATIP02.006 : Bio-Molecular Motors Research in Japan
  • ATIP02.007 : Asia Display / IDW01
  • ATIP02.008 : ICNC2001


2002 ATIP Technology Reports are numbered sequentially, atip02.001, atip02.002, etc.

Date: 7 Feb 2002
ATIP02.006 : Bio-Molecular Motors Research in Japan

ABSTRACT: Much of the recent work on nanomachines in Japan is focused on the understanding of fundamental mechanisms of biological molecular motors. Significant advances have been made during the last few years and we now better understand how these devices work. Japanese researchers have contributed heavily to these discoveries. This report surveys the key Japanese research labs and their accomplishments.

Date: 14 Feb 2002
ATIP02.007 : Asia Display / IDW01

ABSTRACT: This report provides a summary of the technical presentations at the combined Asia Display and International Display Workshop, which was held in Nagoya, October 16-19, 2001. New trends and developments in the area of displays, components and materials are presented, with a focus on activities in Asia.

Date: 21 Feb 2002
ATIP02.008 : ICNC2001

ABSTRACT: This report summarizes the International Conference on NanoComputing (ICNC), held December 16-18, 2001, in Thanjavur, India. The conference included tutorials and about two dozen lectures, the latter divided into the categories of Bio, Molecular and Quantum Computing, as well as Applications and Nano Fabrication.

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