What is NAMIS?

NAMIS is an international research network on Nano and Micro Systems initiated by the french National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Institute of Industrial Sciences (IIS) of the University of Tokyo. NAMIS was officially founded November the 2th, 2005 by 6 European and Asian organizations: CNRS (France), IIS/University of Tokyo (Japan), EPFL (Switzerland), IMTEK (Germany), SNU (Korea) and VTT (Finland). In the 2006-2010 period, new organizations from Canada (EPM), Korea (KIMM), France (ESIEE), Japan (Tohoku University), Taiwan (NTHU) and USA (University of Washington) successively joined NAMIS. The network now gathers 12 organizations from 9 countries representing more than 90 high rank laboratories or Institutes.

Institute of Industrial Science (IIS), The University of Tokyo


Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)


Center for International Research on Micronano Mechatronics Institute Industrial Science,The University of Tokyo


 

2016.07.03
list of talks of NAMIS workshop in MESA+ (Netherlands) updated
2016.07.01
Acces details to NAMIS workshop room added
2016.06.26
NAMIS workshop in MESA+: Get together dinner organized July 3rd at 7pm in Novi restaurant (oude Markt)
2016.05.14
Web page of NAMIS school 2016 in Tokyo updated