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Dissertation (Gunma University, 2014)

ブロックコーポリマーを用いた自己 組織化法による 5 nm 径ドット形成 とその応用に関する研究(5-nm-sized dot formation using self-assembly of block copolymer and its applications)

Journal Articles and Books(from the latest one)

  1. H. Zhang, M. Huda, J. Liu, Y. Zhang,T. Jin, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Long-Range Ordering of 5-nm-Sized Dot Arrays with a Pitch of “, Key Engineering Materials, 643, 3-7 (2015).
  2. R. Takahashi, J. Tao, Zulfakri Bin. Mohammad, H. Zhang, M. Huda, V. Nhat, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Observation of magnetic nanodot arrays by using scanning near-field polarization microscope”, Key Engineering Materials, 643, 9-13 (2015).
  3. S. Hosaka, T. Akahane, M. Huda, T. Komori, H. Zhang, Y. Yin:Ordering of 6-nm-sized nanodot arrays with 10-nm-pitch using self-assembled block copolymers along electron beam-drawn guide-lines” Microelectron. Eng, 123, 54-57 (2014).
  4. A. Ahmad, A. Yamaguchi, T. Nakajima, M. Huda, S. Hosaka, and Y. Tsushima: “Development of an echogenic and intratumor-specific polymer-based PFOB immunonanobubbles for targeted ultrasound contrast agent”, Proceedings of the World Molecular Imaging Congress 2014, Seoul, Korea, September 17-20, 2014
  5. S. Hosaka, T. Akahane, M. Huda, H. Zhang, and Y. You: “Controlling of 6-nm-sized and 10-nm-pitched dot arrays ordered along narrow guide lines using PS-PDMS self-assembly”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol. 6(9), (2014), p. 6208-6211
  6. Z. Hui, M. Huda, T. Komori, Y. Zhang, Y. Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Estimation of pattern resolution using NaCl high-contrast developer by Monte Carlo simulation of electron beam lithography”, Microelectron. Eng., 121, 142-146 (2014).
  7. M. Huda, J. Liu, Z.B. Mohamad, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: ”Attempts to form the 10-nm-order pitch of self-assembled nanodots using PS-PDMS block copolymer, International Journal of Nanotechnology, Vol. 11, (2014) p. 425-433.
  8. J. Liu, M. Huda, H. Zhang, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of Carbon Nanodot Arrays with a Pitch of 20 nm for Pattern-Transfer of PDMS Self-Assembled nanodotsKey Engineering Materials AMDE, Vol. 596, (2013) p. 88.
  9. S. Hosaka, T. Akahane, T. Komori, M. Huda, Y. Yin, N. Kihara, Y. Kamata, and A. Kikitsu: ”Fusion of top-down and bottom-up technologies for single nano-patterning (Graphoepitaxy of 6-nm-sized nanodot arrays with a pitch of 12 nm using PS-PDMS self-assemble and EB-drawn guide-line template)”, Key Eng. Mater., Vol. 596, (2013) p. 73.
  10. M. Huda, Z.B. Mohamad, T. Komori, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of CoPt Nanodot Array with a Pitch of 33 nm Using Pattern-Transfer technique os PS-PDMS Self-Assembly”Key Engineering Materials AMDE, Vol. 596, (2013) p. 83.
  11. T. Komori, M. Huda, M. Masuda, J. Liu, Z.B. Mohamad, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Ordering of Self-Assembled Nanodots Improved by Guide Pattern with Low Line Edge Roughness for 5 Tbit/in.2 Patterned Media”, Key Engineering Materials AMDE, Vol. 596, (2013) p. 78.
  12. Z.B. Mohamad, M. Huda, T. Komori, R.I. Alip, H. Zhang, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of 25-nm-Pitched CoPt Magnetic Dot Arrays using 30-keV-Electron Beam Drawing, RIE and Ion milling”, Key Engineering Materials AMDE, Vol. 596, (2013) p. 92.
  13. Miftakhul Huda, Jing Liu, Zulfakri bin Mohamad, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Pattern Transfer of 23-nm-Diameter Block Copolymer Self- Assembled Nanodots Using CF4 etching with Carbon Hard Mask (CHM) as Mask”Material Science Forum, Vol. 737,  (2013) p. 133-136.
  14. T. Akahane, T. KomoriJ. Liu, M. Huda, Zulfakri Bin Mohamad, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: Improved Observation Contrast of Block-Copolymer Nanodot Pattern Using Carbon Hard Mask (CHM)Key Engineering Materials AMDE, Vol. 534, (2013) p. 126.
  15. M. Huda, Y. Yin and S. Hosaka (2012). Self-Assembled Nanodot Fabrication by Using PS-PDMS Block Copolymer, State-of-the-Art of Quantum Dot System Fabrications, Dr. Ameenah Al-Ahmadi (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0649-4, InTech. (Most Viewed and Most downloaded)
  16. M. Huda, J. Liu, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of 5-nm-sized Nanodots using Self-Assemble of Polystyrene-Poly(Dimethyl Siloxane)”Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. Vol. 51 (2012) p. 06FF10 1-5.
  17. M. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Formation of 12-nm Nanodot Pattern by Diblock Copolymer Self-Assembly Technique”Key Eng. Mater., Vol. 497, (2012) p. 122.
  18. T. AkahaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Guide Pattern Functionalization for Regularly Arranged PS-PDMS Self-Assembled Nanodot Pattern by Brush Processing”Key Engineering Materials AMDE , Vol. 497, (2012) p. 116.
  19. M. Huda, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Formation of 13-nm-Pitch Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots Pattern for High-Density Magnetic Recording”, AIP Con. Proc. Vol. 1415 (2011) p. 79-82.
  20. S. Hosaka, T. AkabaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, and Y. Yin: “Long-range-ordering of nanodot arrays using self-assembly and post and line mixing templates”, AIP Con. Proc. Vol. 1415 (2011) p. 102-106.
  21. M. Huda, T. Akahane, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of 10-nm Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots for Ultrahigh-Density Magnetic Recording” Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. Vol. 50 (2011), p. 06GG06 1-5.
  22. T. AkahaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Orientation-Controlled and Long-Range-Ordering Self-Assembled Nanodot Array for Ultrahigh-Density Bit Patterned Media”, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. Vol. 50 (2011) p. 06GG04 1-4.
  23. S. Hosaka, T. AkahaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, N. Kihara, Y. Kamata, and A. Kikitsu: “Long-range-ordering of self-assembled block copolymer nanodots using EB-drawn guide line and post mixing template”, Microelectron. Eng., Vol. 88 (2011) p. 2571-2575.
  24. M. Huda, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Self-Assembled Nanodot Fabrication by Using Diblock Copolymer”, Key Eng. Mater., Vol. 459, (2010) p. 120.
  25. T. AkahaneM. Huda, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Guide Pattern for Long-Range-Order Nanofabrication of Self-Assembled Block Copolymers, Key Eng. Mater., Vol. 459, (2010) p. 124.

Presentations in Conferences

  1. You Yin, Dai Nishijo, Keita Sawao, Kazumasa Ohyama, Takashi Akahane, Takuya Komori, Miftakhul Huda, Hui Zhang, and Sumio Hosaka: “Advanced Nanofabrication and its Application to Nano Phase-Change Memory for Reducing Writing Current”, IEEE 13th International Conference on Solid-State and Integrated Circuit Technology (ICSICT-2016), Hangzhou, China (Oct. 2016). Invited Talk
  2. A. Achmad, A. Yamaguchi, M. Miyazaki, T. Nakajima, M. Huda, S. Hosaka, and Y. Tsushima: “Development of an Echogenic and Intratumor-specific Polymer-based PFOB Immunonabubbles for Targeted Ultrasound Contrast Agent”, 1st International Symposium of Gunma University Medical Innovation and 6th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (GUMI & MADE 2014), Kiryu, Japan (Dec. 2014).
  3. K. Ohyama, H. Zhang, M. Huda, H. Sone, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Thickness Dependence On Ordering Of Dots And Lines Along EB-drawn Guide Lines Using Self-assembly Of Polystyrene-Poly(dimethyl-siloxane)”, 1st International Symposium of Gunma University Medical Innovation and 6th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (GUMI & MADE 2014), Kiryu, Japan (Dec. 2014).
  4. A. Achmad, A. Yamaguchi, M. Miyazaki, T. Nakajima, M. Huda, S. Hosaka, and Y. Tsushima: “Development of an Echogenic and Intratumor-specific Polymer-based PFOB Immunonabubbles for Targeted Ultrasound Contrast Agent”, The 7th Annual Meeting for the World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) 2014, Seoul, Korea, (Sept. 2014).
  5. S. Hosaka, R. Takahashi, T. Jin, H. Zhang, M. Huda, H. Sone, and Y. Yin: “Observation of Nanometer-Sized Magnetization of PtCo Magnetic Dot Arrays Using Scanning Near-Field Polarization Microscopy”, 40th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE), Lausanne, Switzerland (Sept. 2014).
  6. Miftakhul Huda, Sumio Hosaka, and Hiroshi Sakurai: “High-Ordered-and-Aligned Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodot Array”, 9th NANOSMAT, Dublin, Ireland, (8-11 September 2014).
  7. Miftakhul Huda, Sumio Hosaka, Hiroshi Sakurai: “High-Ordered-and-Aligned Self-Assembled PS-PDMS Nanodot Array”, 3rd International Conference on Advanced Material and Practical Nanotechnology (ICAMPN), Jakarta, Indonesia (Aug. 2014).
  8. Sumio Hosaka, Ryousuke Takahashi, Tao Jin, Hui Zhang, Miftakhul Huda, Hayato Sone,You Yin: “Observation of Nanometer-Sized Magnetic Dots and its Magnetization using a Scanning Near-Field Polarization Microscopy”, 3rd International Conference on Advanced Material and Practical Nanotechnology (ICAMPN), Jakarta, Indonesia (Aug. 2014).
  9. Miftakhul Huda, Hui Zhang, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Fabrication of Ultrahigh Density 10-nm-Order Sized Si Nanodot Array by Pattern-Transfer of Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodot Array”, 5th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2013).
  10. Sumio Hosaka, Ryousuke Takahashi, Tao Jin, Zulfakri bin Mohamad, Hui Zhang, Miftakhul Huda, Hayato Sone, and You Yin, “Scanning Near-field Polarization Microscopy for magnetization of nanometer-sized magnetic column”, 5th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2013).
  11. Hui Zhang, Miftakhul Huda, Jing Liu, Yulong Zhang, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Long-Range Ordering of Nanodots with Sub-10-nm-Pitch and 5-nm-dot Size using EB-drawn Guide Line and Self-assembly of Polystyrene-Poly(dimethyl siloxane)”, 5th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2013).
  12. Ryosuke Takahashi, Jin Tao, Zulfakri Bin Mohamad, Hui Zhang, Miftakhul Huda, Vu Le Mine Nhat, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka, “Observation of magnetic nanodot arrays by using scanning near-field polarization microscope “, 5th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2013).
  13. Sumio Hosaka, Hui Zhang, Miftakhul Huda, You Yin, “Nano-contact for small power consumption in phase change memory”, The 25th Symposium on Phase Change Oriented Science (PCOS) 2013, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan (Nov. 2013).
  14. S. Hosaka, M. Huda, H. Zhang, T. Komori, Y. Yin: “Fabrication of Ultrahigh Density 10-nm-order Sized C Nanodot Array as a Pattern-transfer Mask“, 26rd International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, Sapporo, Japan (Nov. 2013) invited speaker
  15. M. Huda, J. Liu, Y. Yin, S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of Ultrahigh Density 10-nm-order Sized C Nanodot Array as a Pattern-transfer Mask“, 26rd International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, Sapporo, Japan (Nov. 2013)
  16. S. Hosaka, T. Akahane, T. Komori, M. Masuda, Miftakhul Huda, H. Zhang, Y. Yin: “Margin of 30‐keV‐EB drawing and graphoepitaxy of PS‐PDMS self‐assembly with EB‐drawn guide-lines for formation of sub‐10‐nm‐sized dot arrays”, 39th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE), London, UK (Sept. 2013)
  17. Miftakhul Huda, J. Liu, Y. Yin, S. Hosaka: “Large Area Ultrahigh Density 10-nm-Order Sized C Nanodot Array as a Pattern-Transfer Mask”, 39th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE), London, UK (Sept. 2013).
  18. Miftakhul Huda, J. Liu, Y. Yin, S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of Ultrahigh Density 10-nm-Order Sized Si Nanodot Array by Pattern-Transfer of Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots”, 8th NANOSMAT, 22-25 September 2013, Granada (SPAIN).
  19. Sumio HOSAKA, You YIN, Takuya KOMORI, Miftakhul HUDA: “Long-range Ordering of 6-nm-sized Nanodot Arrays Using Self-assembly and EB-drawing”, 7th International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT), Suntec, Singapore, (June-July 2013).
  20. Miftakhul Huda, Jing Liu, Zulfakri Bin Mohamad, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Challenge to form the 10-nm-order pitch of self-assembled nanodots using PS-PDMS block copolymer“, the Sixth International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (AMN6), Auckland, New Zealand (Feb. 2013).
  21. Zulfakri Mohamad, Takashi Akahane, Miftakhul Huda, Rosalena Irma Alip, Motohiro Suzuki, You Yin, Sumio Hosaka: “Nanometer effect of dot diameter for 40 nm magnetic dot pitch for patterned media prepared by EBL and ion milling and measured by Micro X-Ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism”, the Sixth International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (AMN6), Auckland, New Zealand (Feb. 2013).
  22. Miftakhul Huda, Zulfakri Bin Mohamad, Takuya Komori, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Fabrication of CoPt Nanodot Array with a Pitch of 33 nm Using Pattern-Transfer Technique of PS-PDMS Self-Assembly”, 4th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2012).
  23. Zulfakri Mohamad, Miftakhul Huda, Takuya Komori, Rosalena Irma Alip, Hui Zhang, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Fabrication of 25-nm-Pitched CoPt Magnetic Dot Arrays using 30-keV-Electron Beam Drawing, RIE and Ion milling”, 4th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2012).
  24. Jing Liu, Miftakhul Huda, Hui Zhang, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Fabrication of Carbon Nanodot Arrays with a Pitch of 20 nm for Pattern-Transfer of PDMS Self-Assembled nanodots“, 4th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2012).
  25. Takuya Komori, Miftakhul Huda, Muneyasu Masuda, Jing Liu, Zulfakri Bin Mohamad, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Ordering of Self-Assembled Nanodots Improved by Guide Pattern with Low Line Edge Roughness for 5 Tbit/in.2 Patterned Media”, 4th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2012).
  26. Sumio Hosaka, Takashi Akahane, Takuya Komori, Miftakhul Huda, You Yin, Naoko Kihara, Yoshiyuki Kamata, and Akira Kikitsu: “Fusion of top-down and bottom-up technologies for single nano-patterning (Graphoepitaxy of 6-nm-sized nanodot arrays with a pitch of 12 nm using PS-PDMS self-assemble and EB-drawn guide-line template)”, 4th International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2012). invited speaker
  27. Miftakhul Huda, Jing Liu, Zulfakri bin Mohamad, You Yin, and Sumio Hosaka: “Pattern Transfer of 23-nm-Diameter Block Copolymer Self- Assembled Nanodots Using CF4 etching with Carbon Hard Mask (CHM) as Mask”, Nanotechnology Applications in Energy and Environment (NAEE2012), Bandung, Indonesia (Sep. 2012).
  28. Sumio Hosaka, Takashi Akahane, Miftakhul Huda, Sei Liu, You Yin, Naoko Kihara, Yoshiyuki Kamata, and Akira Kikitsu: “Ordering of 12 nm-pitched nanodot arrays using self-assembled block copolymers and EB drawn guide-line template for 5 Tbit/in2 magnetic recording”36th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE), Toulouse, France (Sept. 2012).
  29. T. AkahaneM. Huda, Z. Bin Mohamad, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Improved Observation Contrast of Block Copolymer Nanodot Pattern Using Carbon Hard Mask (CHM)”, 3st International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2011)
  30. M. Huda, J. Liu, Y. Yin, S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of 6-nm Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots for Ultrahigh-Density Magnetic Recording“, 24rd International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, Kyoto, Japan (Oct. 2011)
  31. M. Huda, Y. Yin and S. Hosaka: “Formation of 13-nm-Pitch Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots Pattern for High-Density Magnetic Recording”, The 4th Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Symposium, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia (Sep. 2011).
  32. S. Hosaka, T. AkabaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, and Y. Yin: “Long-range-ordering of nanodot arrays using self-assembly and post and line mixing templates”, The 4th Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Symposium, Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia (Sep. 2011).
  33. Y. Yin, M. Huda, T. Akahane, and S. Hosaka: “Diblock Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots for Next-Generation Magnetic Recording”, the International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology, China 2011 (ChinaNANO 2011), Beijing, China (Sep. 2011).
  34. M. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Formation of 12-nm Nanodot Pattern by Diblock Copolymer Self-Assembly Technique”, 2nd International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2010).
  35. T. AkahaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Guide Pattern Functionalization for Regularly Arranged PS-PDMS Self-Assembled Nanodot Pattern by Brush Processing”, 2nd International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2010).
  36. T. Tamura, H. Zhang, T. Akahane, M. Huda, T. Komori, Y. Yin,and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of Nanometer-Sized Si Dot Arrays Using Reactive Ion Etching with Metal Dot Arrays”, 2nd International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2010).
  37. M. Huda, T. Akahane, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of 10-nm Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots for Ultrahigh-Density Magnetic Recording”, 23rd International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, Fukuoka, Japan (Nov. 2010).
  38. T. AkahaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Orientation-Controlled and Long-Range-Ordering Self-Assembled Nanodot Array for Ultrahigh-Density Bit Patterned Media”, 23rd International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, Fukuoka, Japan (Nov. 2010).
  39. S. Hosaka, T. AkabaneM. Huda, T. Tamura, and Y. Yin: “Long-range-ordering of nanodot arrays using self- assembled block copolymers with EB drawn guide post and line mixing templates”, 36th International Conference on Micro & Nano Engineering (MNE), Genoa, Italy (Sept. 2010).
  40. M. Huda, T. Akahane, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Fabrication of 10-nm Block Copolymer Self-Assembled Nanodots for High-Density Magnetic Recording”, the 18th Indonesian Scientific Meeting, Nagoya, Japan (Aug. 2010).
  41. ミフタフルフダ,赤羽  隆志,田村 拓郎,尹 友,保坂 純男,木原 直子,鎌田 芳幸,喜々津 哲: 高密度磁気記録のためのブロック共重合体による自己組織化10nmナノドット形成, 2010年秋季 第71回 応用物理学会学術講演会(長崎大学). (M. Huda, T. Akahane, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, S. Hosaka, N. Kihara, Y. Kamata, and A. Kikitsu: “Fabrication of 10-nm self-assembled nanodots using block copolymer for high-density magnetic recording media.”, 71st Oyo Buturi, Nagasaki, Japan (Sept. 2010).)
  42. 赤羽 隆志、ミフタフルフダ、田村 拓郎、尹 友、保坂 純男: 高密度パターンドメディアのための電子線描画ポスト格子とガイドラインによる自己組織化パターンの規則配列制御, 2010年秋季 第71回 応用物理学会学術講演会(長崎大学). (T. Akahane, M. Huda, T. Tamura, Y. Yin, S. Hosaka: “Ordering of self-assembled nanodot pattern using guide line and post lattice of EB Drawing for high-density patterned-media”, 71st Oyo Buturi, Nagasaki, Japan (Sept. 2010).)
  43. T. AkahaneM. Huda, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Guide Pattern for Long-Range-Order Nanofabrication of Self-Assembled Block Copolymers”, 1st International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2009)
  44. M. Huda, Y. Yin, and S. Hosaka: “Self-Assembled Nanodot Fabrication by Using Diblock Copolymer”, 1st International Conference on Advanced Micro-Device Engineering (AMDE), Gunma, Japan (Dec. 2009)

Others

  1. Joint research with Hiroshima University using Nanotechnology Platform program. Some of its results are here. 2013, 2014, and 2015
  2. As a presenter in the 6th Seminar of Human Resources Cultivation Center (HRCC), Gunma University, Japan, Nov. 15, 2013.
  3. As a presenter in Global Education Conference with Co-Presenter, Hery Yanto The of University of Hawaii: “Utilizing technology to facilitate learning: 1000guru.net”, Oct. 24, 2011.
  4. As a speaker in “Lingkar Diskusi Indonesia” PMPI (Paguyuban Mahasiswa Pascasarjana Indonesia): “1000guru untuk Indonesia”, Auckland, New Zealand (Feb. 15 2013).
  5. Article in Majalah Khatulistiwa edition 11th entitled “Arubaito di Jepang”, Jan 2009.
  6. As a speaker in a meeting of MGMP MIPA Kota Pekalongan 2011 (Teacher Association).
  7. As a speaker and teacher volunteer on online teachings organized by 1000guru collaborated with many Indonesian high schools and local NPOs.                                        etc

Joint Researches

1. Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) (2016~present)

This project was established to create sub-nano metal particles in which the number of atoms is controllable, and sub-nano-hetero metal particles made from the precise blending of dissimilar elements at the atomic level with the goal of creating new next-generation functional materials.
Specifically, we are synthesizing sub-nanoparticles made through the precise formulation of similar or dissimilar elements with predetermined numbers of atoms utilizing precision polymers (dendrimers) with regular geometrical structures. We call this an “Atom Hybrid”, and aim to create sub-nanoparticles that have innovative next-generation functions. Clarifying the chemical and electromagnetic properties of new sub-nanoparticles and positioning new materials will allow us to explore new chemical science.

2. Toshiba (2010~2012)

The research is funded by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) under the development of nanobit technology for the ultrahigh density magnetic recording (Green IT) project.

3. Toyota (2009~2011)

The project was aimed to create and design the next generation of solar cell. We designed and proposed 3D quantum dot solar cell.

4. Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) (2012~)

The project is aimed to develop the technology of Scanning Near-field Polarization Microscope (SNPM) funded by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). We collaborate with Unisoku co., ltd. in carrying out this project.

5. Spring8 (2012)

We develop fabrication technology for ultrahigh density of magnetic recording media (Harddisk). We adopted self-assembly technique of block copolymer to form perpendicular magnetic nanodot array. We successfully fabricated magnetic nanodot array with a density of up to 2 Tbit/in2 and a half-pitch of 10 nm. The properties of nanodot array were measured in Spring8 (the world’s largest third-generation synchrotron radiation facility in Japan). The research to measure perpendicular magnetic nanodot array with nano pitch of 20 nm using micro-XMCD (X-ray magnetic circular Dichroism) at beamline BL39XU for obtaining its magnetic properties including the coercivity.

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grants

1. YAAB-ORBIT Pusat Scholarship, 2002-2004 & 2004-2005

2. Monbukagakusho Scholarship, 2005-2008 & 2008-2010

3. Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Fellowship, 2010-2012

4. Tsuji Asia Scholarship, 2012-2013

5. An Overseas Research Grants from CIER, Gunma University, 2012

6. JSPS Research Fellowships (DC2), 2013-2014

7. A Research Grants from HRCC, Gunma University

8. Research Assistant at Graduate School of Engineering, Gunma University

9. Teaching Assistant at Gunma University, 2011-2012

Research Appointment

JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Project Leader) in Gunma University, Japan, 2014-2015 on the project was aimed to create and design the next generation of solar cell. We designed and prototyped 3D quantum dot solar cell by adopting block copolymer self-assembly technique.

Awards

The Best Student of Master program for 2012 graduation of Graduate School of Engineering, Gunma University, etc.