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The 5th International Symposium and The 4th Student Organizing International Mini-Conference on Information Electronics Systems - Program

- Center of Education and Research for Information Electronics Systems -

February 22--24, 2012, The Westin Sendai 2F, Sendai, Japan

Wednesday, February 22, 2012    Thursday, February 23, 2012    Friday, February 24, 2012
Program at a Glance (PDF)

Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Opening Session
Chair: Martin Lukac
9:00 Opening Remarks
Nei Kato (Organizing Committee Chair)
Opening Remarks
Akihisa Inoue (President, Tohoku University)
GCOE Activities for Five Years
Fumiyuki Adachi (GCOE Director/Leader)
v-QI School Outcomes
Masayuki Kawamata (v-QI School Leader)
Session 1
Chair: Martin Lukac
9:30 (Keynote) 1A-1: Strategic Research and Innovation in Optical Communications: An Excited-State Lifetime of Forty Years at AT&T Bell Labs
Tingye Li (Emeritus, AT&T Bell Laboratory, USA)
10:20-10:40   Break
10:40 (Invited) 1A-2: Vehicular Communication Networks: Opportunities and Challenges
Weihua Zhuang (University of Waterloo, Canada)
11:20 (Invited) 1A-3: Sensitive Superconducting Detectors at Terahertz and Optical Wavebands
Jian Chen (Nanjing University, China)
12:00-13:20   Lunch
Session 2 (A) : Optical/Wireless Technology and Networking
Chair: Toshihiko Hirooka
13:20 2A-1: Challenges to Ultrafast and High-Spectral Density Optical Communications Systems
Masataka Nakazawa
13:50 2A-2: Reflectarray Development for Eliminating Blindness in Wireless Propagation Channel
Kunio Sawaya
14:20 2A-3: Recent Advances in Gigabit Wireless Technology
Fumiyuki Adachi
14:50 2A-4: Robust Optimization of Designing P2P Systems with Attack and Fault
Nei Kato
15:20-15:40   Break
Session 2 (B) : Memory Related Technology and Systems
Chair: Yuzo Ohno
13:20 2B-1: Recent Progress in Spintronics Technology for Nonvolatile VLSIs
Hideo Ohno
13:50 2B-2: Tailor-Made Nano-Structured Material for Highly Qualified Spin Related Devices
Migaku Takahashi
14:20 2B-3: Perspective of 10 Tbit/inch2 Information Storage
Hiroaki Muraoka
14:50 2B-4: Scanning Nonlinear Dielectric Microscopy
Yasuo Cho
15:20-15:40   Break
Session 3 (A) : Mutimedia Technologies and Applications
Chair: Masanori Hariyama
15:40 (Invited) 3A-1: Constrained Nonnegative Matrix Factorization for Recognition Tasks from Facial Image
Chiou-Ting Hsu (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
16:20-16:40   Break
16:40 3A-2: New VLSI Platform for Real-World Intelligent Integrated Systems Based on Algorithm Selection
Michitaka Kameyama
17:10 3A-3: Wire-Fault-Tolerant Delay-Insensitive Asynchronous Communication Link with Current-Level Monitoring
Takahiro Hanyu
17:40 3A-4: Higher-Order Model Checking and its Applications
Naoki Kobayashi
Session 3 (B) : Fundamental Technologies
Chair: Toshiro Kaneko
16:40 3B-2: Nanocarbon-Nanoelectronics Oriented Nanoscopic Plasma Control
Rikizo Hatakeyama
17:10 3B-3: Self-Ordered Nano-Tubular Structures: Formation and Applications
Michio Niwano
17:40 3B-4: Application of the Ultrasonic Micro-Spectroscopy Technology to Next-Generation Functional Glasses
Jun-ichi Kushibiki
18:10-19:40   Welcome Reception (Hermitage 3F)

Wednesday, February 22, 2012    Friday, February 24, 2012    Program at a Glance (PDF)

Thursday, February 23, 2012
Session 4 : Quantum Technology and Advanced Si Device
Chair: Hideo Kosaka
9:00 (Keynote) 4A-1: Spin Based Quantum Computation with Quantum Dots: Qubit, Qubit Gate and Scale-up
Seigo Tarucha (University of Tokyo, Japan)
9:50 (Invited) 4A-2: Nanostructured Semiconductor Layers Grown on Oxidized Si Surfaces
Alexander A. Shklyaev (The Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Russia)
10:30-10:50   Break
10:50 4A-3: Multi-Photon Quantum Optics and Quantum Information
Keiichi Edamatsu
11:204A-4: Atomically Controlled Processing for Future Si-Based Devices
Junichi Murota
11:50-13:00   Lunch
Poster Session (A) : Short Presentation
13:10 Short Presentation I               Chair: Tatsunori Obara
Research Assistants
14:00-14:10   Break
14:10 Short Presentaion II               Chair: Kenta Asakura
Research Assistants
Poster Session and Exhibition (B) and Sakura
15:00 Poster Session and Demonstration (B)
15:00 Realizing High-Sense-of-Presence Communications with 3D Spatial Sound Systems (Sakura)
Suzuki Laboratory
17:00-19:00   Banquet (Hermitage 3F)

Wednesday, February 22, 2012    Thursday, February 23, 2012    Program at a Glance (PDF)

Friday, February 24, 2012
Session 5 (A) : Acoustic Signal Processing and Filter Theory
Chair: Shuichi Sakamoto
9:00 (Keynote) 5A-1: Symbolic Interaction in Sound and Music
Gérard Assayag (ICRAM, CNRS, UPMC, France)
9:50 (Invited) 5A-2: High-Accuracy Design and Implementation of All Pass-based Hilbert Transformers and Fractional Delay Filters
Georgi Stoyanov (Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
10:30-10:50   Break
Session 6 (A) : Acoustic/Image Technologies and Applications
Chair: Shuichi Sakamoto
10:50 6A-1: Toward Realizing High Sense-of-Presence Communications with 3D Spatial Sound Systems
Yôiti Suzuki
11:206A-2: Efficient Image Segmentation Algorithms with Flexible Shape Control
Takeshi Tokuyama
11:506A-3: Toward Machine Vision Technology Overcoming the Pixel Resolution Limit --- From 3D Vision to Medical Imaging ---
Takafumi Aoki
12:20-12:40   Break
Session 6 (B) : Display and Signal Processing Technologies
Chair: Masahide Abe
10:50 6B-1: Development of the Next Generation Highly Functional Display Systems
Tatsuo Uchida
11:20 6B-2: The Class of Digital Filters with All Second-Order Modes Equal
Masayuki Kawamata
11:50 6B-3: Probabilistic Computational Models for Statistical Inference and Learning Based on Bayesian Analysis and Belief Propagation
Kazuyuki Tanaka
12:20-12:40   Break
Session 7 (A) : What Future Robots?
Chair: Masahide Abe
12:40 (Invited) 7A-1: What Future Robots Will Understand by Analyzing Human Movements and Biological Signals
Adrian Stoica (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA)
Closing Session
Chair: Martin Lukac
13:20 Closing Remarks
Nei Kato (Organizing Committee Chair)
13:30-   Adjourn