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Ms. Kamolchanok Sarisuta (M2) of Nanomaterials and Polymer Chemistry Laboratory received the Best Oral Presentation Award at AMF-AMEC2021.
For Doctoral Students 2022 Enrollment NAIST University Fellowships For the Creation of Innovation in Science and Technology
Mr. Prom Kantuptim (a D1 student)of the Applied Quantum Physics (former Sensing Device) Laboratory received Poster Award at the 68th Spring Meeting of the Japan Society of Applied Physics
Mr. Erus Rustami of Photonic Device Science Laboratory was awarded an IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Kansai Section Student Paper Award 2021.
Ms. Jinyu Hao, a 2nd year master course student, of the Biomimetic Molecular Science Laboratory received a student award at the membrane symposium 2019.
Mr. Prom Kantuptim (a M2 student) of the Sensing Device Laboratory was given a Poster Award of JSAP Ionization Radiation Division at the 80th Autumn Meeting of the Japan Society of Applied Physics.
Ms. Nattakarn Wuthibenjaphonchai of Photonic Device Science Laboratory was awarded a Great Potential Design Award in Idea Contest at VDEC Designer Forum 2019.
Mr. Mark Christian Guinto, 2nd year master course student of the Photonic Device Science Laboratory, received a Neuro2019 Domestic Travel Award from the Japan Neuroscience Society and the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry.
Patrick Calupitan of Photonic Molecular Science lab receives national French C'Nano award
Assistant Professor Mime Kobayashi received the 40th JSAP (The Japan Society of Applied Physics) Outstanding Paper Award.
The "Nanotechnology Platform Japan (NTPJ)" is the project by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). The mission is to establish a reliable research infrastructure (Platform) for scientific innovation by the alliance of the institutes which have cutting edge equipment and research know-how. Through this program, it is promoted for any of researchers from young to industrial one to do the share-use of the equipment, and to provide the shortest way to solve the urgent problems in science and technology.