Nakamura lab. develops new material creating or conserving energy by using ultrahigh density Si-based nanodots.
  • シリセン構造変調による熱電性能増大
  • シリセン構造変調による熱電性能増大
  • 世界最小熱伝導率の 結晶シリコン材料の実現
  • 世界最小熱伝導率の 結晶シリコン材料の実現
  • 透明ナノワイヤ材料による発電電力増大技術

The smallest thermal conductivity in Si crystal!!

Independent control of thermal and electrical conductivities.

Heat control using ubiquitous element-based nanostructures.

Tunable thermal switch using blockcopolymer.

Transparent thermoelectric material including nanowires.

Enhancing thermoelectric properties by engineering 2D silicene structure



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Department of Electronics and Materials Physics

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