Updated on 2024/04/01

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Arie Takayuki
 
Organization
Graduate School of Engineering Division of Physics and Electronics Associate Professor
School of Engineering Department of Physics and Electronics
Title
Associate Professor
Affiliation
Institute of Engineering

Position

  • Graduate School of Engineering Division of Physics and Electronics 

    Associate Professor  2022.04 - Now

  • School of Engineering Department of Physics and Electronics 

    Associate Professor  2022.04 - Now

Degree

  • 博士(工学) ( Others )

Research Areas

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Nano/micro-systems  / Micro/Nanoscale devices

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Nanomaterials

  • Manufacturing Technology (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering) / Thermal engineering

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Nanostructural physics

  • Nanotechnology/Materials / Nanobioscience

Research Interests

  • 熱電変換

  • ナノマイクロ熱工学

  • ナノチューブ・グラフェン

  • ナノカーボン応用

Research subject summary

  • ナノスケール熱伝導に関する研究

  • 熱電変換デバイスの高効率化に関する研究

Research Career

  • グラフェンを用いた熱フォノニクスに関する研究

    グラフェン、熱伝導、フォノン  Joint Research in Japan

    2015.04 - Now 

  • 層状物質を用いた新奇デバイス開発

    層状物質  Individual

    2019.04 - Now 

  • グラフェンをモデルとした熱電変換デバイスの高効率化に関する研究

    グラフェン、熱電変換  Individual

    2015.04 - Now 

Professional Memberships

  • 日本熱電学会

    2017.10 - Now   Domestic

  • 日本表面科学会

    2013.04 - Now   Domestic

  • 日本応用物理学会

    2009.01 - Now   Domestic

  • American Physical Society(米国物理学会)

    2002.03 - Now   Overseas

Job Career (off-campus)

  • Osaka Prefecture University

    2015.04 - Now

Papers

  • Unusual resonance property of graphene/h-BN stacked mechanical resonators Reviewed

    K. Yashoshima, R. Oishi, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   62   SG1025   2023.03

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    DOI: 10.35848/1347-4065/acbc83

  • A Multitasking Flexible Sensor via Reservoir Computing

    Seiji Wakabayashi, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kohei Nakajima, Kuniharu Takei

    Advanced Materials   34 ( 26 )   2201663 - 2201663   2022.05( ISSN:0935-9648

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    DOI: 10.1002/adma.202201663

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    Other URL: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full-xml/10.1002/adma.202201663

  • A wearable, flexible sensor for real-time, home monitoring of sleep apnea

    Satoko Honda, Hyuga Hara, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    iScience   25 ( 4 )   104163 - 104163   2022.04( ISSN:2589-0042

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2022.104163

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  • Wireless, minimized, stretchable, and breathable electrocardiogram sensor system Reviewed

    Y. Xuan, H. Hara, S. Honda, Y. Li, Y. Fujita, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Applied Physics Reviews   9   011425   2022.03

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  • Controlling the thermal conductivity of multilayer graphene by strain.

    Kaito Nakagawa, Kazuo Satoh, Shuichi Murakami, Kuniharu Takei, Seiji Akita, Takayuki Arie

    Scientific reports   11 ( 1 )   19533 - 19533   2021.10

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    Straintronics is a new concept to enhance electronic device performances by strain for next-generation information sensors and energy-saving technologies. The lattice deformation in graphene can modulate the thermal conductivity because phonons are the main heat carriers. However, the device fabrication process affects graphene's heat transport properties due to its high stretchability. This study experimentally investigates the change in the thermal conductivity when biaxial tensile strain is applied to graphene. To eliminate non-strain factors, two mechanisms are considered: pressure-induced and electrostatic attraction-induced strain. Raman spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy precisely estimate the strain. The thermal conductivity of graphene decreases by approximately 70% with a strain of only 0.1%. Such thermal conductivity controllability paves the way for applying graphene as high-efficiency thermal switches and diodes in future thermal management devices.

    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-98974-x

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  • Wireless and Flexible Skin Moisture and Temperature Sensor Sheets toward the Study of Thermoregulator Center

    Yuyao Lu, Yusuke Fujita, Satoko Honda, Shin Hsin Yang, Yan Xuan, Kaichen Xu, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    Advanced Healthcare Materials   10 ( 17 )   2021.09( ISSN:2192-2640

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    A disorder in the thermoregulator center in a human body leads to some potential diseases such as fever and hyperthyroidism. To predict these diseases early, monitoring the health condition of the human body due to the influence of thermoregulation disorders is important. Although extensive works are performed on sweat-rate detection by constructing microfluidic channels, skin-moisture evaporation before sweating remains unknown. This work proposes a wireless and flexible sensor sheet to investigate the thermoregulatory responses of different people under cold stimulation and exercise by measuring the temperature and moisture variations on the finger skin. An integrated flexible sensor system consists of a ZnIn2S4 nanosheet-based humidity sensor and carbon nanotube/SnO2 temperature sensor. The results exhibit distinct thermoregulation abilities of five volunteers. Interestingly, the sudden increase in finger moisture that results from the excitation by the sympathetic nerve is observed during the cold-stimulus test. Although further studies are required to predict the potential diseases resulted from thermoregulation disorders in human body, this study provides a possibility of continuous and real-time monitoring of thermoregulatory activities via skin moisture and temperature detection using a flexible sensor sheet.

    DOI: 10.1002/adhm.202100103

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  • Active-matrix-based flexible optical image sensor Reviewed

    Y. Xuan, Y. Lu, S. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Advanced Materials Technologies 雑誌   6   2021.06

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  • Multimodal Wearable Sensor Sheet for Health-Related Chemical and Physical Monitoring

    Shota Hozumi, Satoko Honda, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    ACS Sensors   6 ( 5 )   1918 - 1924   2021.05

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    Continuous multiple data health monitoring has high potential to detect abnormal conditions or early stages of diseases in the future. To monitor a continuous small vital signal, one of the promising architectures is an attachable flexible multimodal sensor system, which can detect multiple health conditions from the skin surface. Recent breakthroughs have realized continuous sweat chemicals or physical conditions using flexible sensors. However, multimodal sensor integration to monitor chemical and physical information simultaneously and precisely is still a challenge. In this study, we present a multimodal wearable sensor sheet, which allows us to monitor sweat glucose, electrocardiograms, and skin temperature. Furthermore, to prevent the accumulation of glucose on the sensor surface for precise monitoring, a fluidic channel is also integrated to refresh the sweat from the sensor surface, resulting in the precise measurement of chemical substances in real time. This multimodal and flexible sensor platform takes a significant step toward realizing wearable healthcare applications to diagnose the early stages of diseases in advance.

    DOI: 10.1021/acssensors.1c00281

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  • A Wearable Body Condition Sensor System with Wireless Feedback Alarm Functions

    Kaichen Xu, Yusuke Fujita, Yuyao Lu, Satoko Honda, Mao Shiomi, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    Advanced Materials   33 ( 18 )   2021.05( ISSN:0935-9648

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    Emerging feedback systems based on tracking body conditions can save human lives. In particular, vulnerable populations such as disabled people, elderly, and infants often require special care. For example, the high global mortality of infants primarily owing to sudden infant death syndrome while sleeping makes request for extraordinary attentions in neonatal intensive care units or daily lives. Here, a versatile laser-induced graphene (LIG)-based integrated flexible sensor system, which can wirelessly monitor the sleeping postures, respiration rate, and diaper moisture with feedback alarm notifications, is reported. A tilt sensor based on confining a liquid metal droplet inside a cavity can track at least 18 slanting orientations. A rapid and scalable laser direct writing method realizes LIG patterning in both the in-plane and out-of-plane configurations as well as the formation of nonstick conductive structures to the liquid metal. By rationally merging the LIG-based tilt, strain, and humidity sensors on a thin flexible film, the multimodal sensor device is applied to a diaper as a real-time feedback tracking system of the sleeping posture, respiration, and wetness toward secure and comfortable lives. User-friendly interfaces, which incorporate alarming functions, provide timely feedback for caregivers tending to vulnerable populations with limited self-care capabilities.

    DOI: 10.1002/adma.202008701

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  • Light induced persistent resonance frequency shift of MoS2 mechanical resonator Reviewed

    T. Inoue, T. Saito, K. Takei, T. Arie, Y. Miyata, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express 雑誌   14   2021.02

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  • Highly stable Pd/HNb3O8-based flexible humidity sensor for perdurable wireless wearable applications

    Yuyao Lu, Kaichen Xu, Min-Quan Yang, Shin-Yi Tang, Tzu-Yi Yang, Yusuke Fujita, Satoko Honda, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Yu-Lun Chueh, Kuniharu Takei

    Nanoscale Horizons   6 ( 3 )   260 - 270   2021( ISSN:2055-6756

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    <p>A Pd/HNb<sub>3</sub>O<sub>8</sub> flexible humidity sensor is developed with long-term stability at a high humidity level (∼90% RH). Using the sensor, wireless monitoring of human respirations and finger moisture variation under exercise is successfully demonstrated.</p>

    DOI: 10.1039/d0nh00594k

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  • Flapping-wing dynamics as a natural detector of wind direction Reviewed

    K. Tanaka, S.-H. Yang, Y. Tokudome, Y. Minami, Y. Lu, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei, K. Nakajima

    Adv. Intell. Syst. 雑誌   3   2020.11

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  • Detachable flexible ISFET-based pH sensor array with a flexible connector Reviewed

    S. Honda, M. Shiomi, T. Yamaguchi, Y. Fujita, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Electron. Mater. 雑誌   6   2020.09

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  • Multimodal Plant Healthcare Flexible Sensor System Reviewed

    Yuyao Lu, Kaichen Xu, Lishu Zhang, Minako Deguchi, Hiroaki Shishido, Takayuki Arie, Ruihua Pan, Akitoshi Hayashi, Lei Shen, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    ACS Nano   14 ( 9 )   10966 - 10975   2020.07( ISSN:1936-0851

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    The rising global human population and increased environmental stresses require a higher plant productivity while balancing the ecosystem using advanced nanoelectronic technologies. Although multifunctional wearable devices have played distinct roles in human healthcare monitoring and disease diagnosis, probing potential physiological health issues in plants poses a formidable challenge due to their biological complexity. Herein an integrated multimodal flexible sensor system is proposed for plant growth management using stacked ZnIn2S4(ZIS) nanosheets as the kernel sensing media. The proposed ZIS-based flexible sensor can not only perceive light illumination at a fast response (∼4 ms) but also monitor the humidity with a perdurable steady performance that has yet to be reported elsewhere. First-principles calculations reveal that the tunneling effect dominates the current model associated with humidity response. This finding guides the investigation on the plant stomatal functions by measuring plant transpiration. Significantly, dehydration conditions are visually recorded during a monitoring period (>15 days). This work may contribute to plant-machine biointerfaces to precisely manage plant health status and judiciously utilize limited resources.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.0c03757

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  • Very Thin, Macroscale, Flexible, Tactile Pressure Sensor Sheet Reviewed

    Seiji Wakabayashi, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    ACS Omega   5 ( 28 )   17721 - 17725   2020.07( ISSN:2470-1343

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    In artificial intelligence and deep learning applications, data collection from a variety of objects is of great interest. One way to support such data collection is to use very thin, mechanically flexible sensor sheets, which can cover an object without altering the original shape. This study proposes a thin, macroscale, flexible, tactile pressure sensor array fabricated by a simple process for economical device applications. Using laser-induced graphene, a transfer process, and a printing method, a relatively stable, reliable, macroscale, thin (â300 μm), flexible, tactile pressure sensor is realized. The detectable pressure range is about tens to hundreds of kPa. Then, as a proof-of-concept, the uniformity, sensitivity, repeatability, object mapping, finger pressure distribution, and pressure mapping are demonstrated under bending conditions. Although many flexible, tactile pressure sensors have been reported, the proposed structure has the potential for macroscale, thin, flexible, tactile pressure sensor sheets because of the simple and easy fabrication process.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.0c02337

  • Wrist flexible heart pulse sensor integrated with a soft pump and a pneumatic balloon membrane

    Takafumi Yamaguchi, Daisuke Yamamoto, Takayuki Arie, Seiji Akita, Kuniharu Takei

    RSC Advances   10 ( 29 )   17353 - 17358   2020.05

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    To monitor health and diagnose disease in the early stage, future healthcare standards will likely include the continuous monitoring of various vital data. One approach to collect such information is a wearable and flexible device, which detects information from the skin surface. An important dataset is heart pulse information. Herein a method to monitor the detailed pulse signal from a wrist stably and reliably is proposed. Specifically, a soft pneumatic balloon operated by a soft pump applies the appropriate pressure over a tactile sensor onto the radial artery of the wrist to detect detailed heart pulse waves. The soft pump, pneumatic balloon, and flexible tactile pressure sensor are characterized as a fundamental study. Additionally, a proof-of-concept of this integrated device platform is demonstrated by monitoring the heart pulse from a wrist with and without the soft pump functions.

    DOI: 10.1039/d0ra02316g

  • Transformable pneumatic balloon-type soft robot using attachable shells Reviewed

    T. Nakajima, T. Yamaguchi, W. Wakabayashi, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Mater. Technol. 雑誌   5   2020.05

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  • Out-of-plane electric whiskers based on nanocarbon strain sensors for multi-directional detection Reviewed

    S. Wakabayashi, T. Yamaguchi, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Carbon 雑誌   158   2020.03

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  • Highly Precise Multifunctional Thermal Management-Based Flexible Sensing Sheets. Reviewed

    Xu K, Lu Y, Yamaguchi T, Arie T, Akita S, Takei K

    ACS nano   13 ( 12 )   14348 - 14356   2019.11( ISSN:1936-0851

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    Elaborate manipulation of heat transfer renders proper operation of diverse thermal-related technologies. However, accurate implementation of thermal-based or transduction sensing on a thin flexible film over unusual surfaces remains challenging. Herein, efficient thermal management realizes highly accurate flexible multifunctional sensor sheets using a low thermal conductive medium as a thermal barrier. An approximately 50-fold enhancement in the thermal sensing accuracy, which is nearly independent of the changes in the external surroundings, is achieved. Such rational control of heat convection and conduction allows to not only dynamically monitor air flow, but also sight the large-scale air flow distribution on curved surfaces using a flexible thermal flow sensor array. Additionally, accurate wearable skin temperature monitoring independent of the sudden surrounding variations is achieved. This work addresses the formidable challenge of untethered heat transfer induced imprecise thermal related sensing, which universally exists in skin-inspired Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.9b07805

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  • Dielectric actuation of optically transparent electromechanical resonator consisting of cantilevered hexagonal boron nitride sheet Reviewed

    D. Yoshikawa, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express 雑誌   12   2019.09

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  • Highly stable kirigami-structured stretchable strain sensors for perdurable wearable electronics Reviewed

    K. Xu, Y. Lu, S. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    J. Mater. Chem. C 雑誌   7   2019.07

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  • Human-like Electronic Skin-Integrated Soft Robotic Hand Reviewed

    T. Yamaguchi, T. Kashiwagi, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Intell. Sys. 雑誌   1   2019.06

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  • Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Heterojunction Transistors with Individual Gate Control Reviewed

    Shiomi Mao, Mochizuki Yuta, Imakita Yuki, Arie Takayuki, Akita Seiji, Takei Kuniharu

    ACS NANO   13 ( 4 )   4771 - 4777   2019.04( ISSN:1936-0851

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  • Textile-Based Flexible Tactile Force Sensor Sheet Reviewed

    S. Honda, Q. Zhu, S. Satoh, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Func. Mater. 雑誌   29   2019.02

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  • All-Solution-Based Heterogeneous Material Formation for p-n Junction Diodes Reviewed

    Yamamoto Daisuke, Shiomi Mao, Arie Takayuki, Akita Seiji, Takei Kuniharu

    ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES   11 ( 1 )   1021 - 1025   2019.01( ISSN:1944-8244

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  • All-Solution-Based Heterogeneous Material Formation for p-n Junction Diodes Reviewed

    D. Yamamoto, M. Shiomi, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 雑誌   11   2019.01

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  • A wearable pH sensor with high sensitivity based on a flexible charge-coupled device Reviewed

    S. Nakata, M. Shiomi, Y. Fujita, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Nat. Electron. 雑誌   1   2018.11

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  • Tuning of the temperature dependence of the resonance frequency shift in atomically thin mechanical resonators with van der Waals heterojunctions Reviewed

    T. Inoue, Y. Mochizuki, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    2D Mater. 雑誌   5   2018.09

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  • Effect of buffer layer on photoresponse of MoS2 phototransistor Reviewed

    Y. Miyamoto, D. Yoshikawa, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 雑誌   57   2018.06

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  • Planar-Type Printed Flexible Mechanical Switch Reviewed

    Y. Hasuike, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Electron. Mater. 雑誌   4   2018.06

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  • Photoresponse of graphene field-effect-transistor with n-type Si depletion layer gate Reviewed

    S. Kobayashi, Y. Anno, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Sci. Rep. 雑誌   8   2018.03

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  • Effect of defect-induced carrier scattering on the thermoelectric power of graphene Reviewed

    Y. Anno, M. Takeuchi, M. Matsuoka, K. Takei, S. Akita, T. Arie

    Appl. Phys. Lett. 雑誌   110   2017.06

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  • Direct measurement of optical trapping force gradient on polystyrene microspheres using a carbon nanotube mechanical resonator Reviewed

    M. Yasuda, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Sci. Rep. 雑誌   7   2017.06

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  • Efficient skin temperature sensor and stable gel-less sticky ECG sensor for a wearable flexible healthcare patch Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, D. Yamamoto, M. Takada, H. Naito, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Healthcare Mater. 雑誌   6   2017.06

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  • A planar, multi-sensing wearable health monitoring device integrated with acceleration, temperature, and electrocardiogram sensors Reviewed

    D. Yamamoto, S. Nakata, K. Kanao, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Mater. Technologies 雑誌   2   2017.05

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  • Wearable, flexible, and multifunctional healthcare device with an ISFET chemical sensor for simultaneous sweat pH and skin temperature Reviewed

    S. Nakata, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    ACS Sensors 雑誌   2   2017.03

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  • Enhancement of graphene thermoelectric performance through defect engineering Reviewed

    Y. Anno, Y. Imakita, K. Takei, S. Akita, T. Arie

    2D Mater. 雑誌   4   2017.02

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  • Resonance control of graphene drum resonator in nonlinear regime by standing wave of light Reviewed

    T. Inoue, Y. Anno, Y. Imakita, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    ACS Omega 雑誌   2   2017

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  • Human-interactive multi-functional electronic wallpaper integrated with sensors and memory Reviewed

    K. Kanao, S. Nakata, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Materials Horizons 雑誌   4   2017

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  • Printed multifunctional flexible device with an integrated motion sensor for health care monitoring Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, S. Harada, D. Yamamoto, W. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Sci. Advances 雑誌   2   2016.11

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  • An all-solution-processed tactile memory flexible device integrated with a NiO ReRAM Reviewed

    K. Kanao, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    J. Mater. Chem. C 雑誌   4   2016.09

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  • An extremely highly sensitive flexible compliant tactile touch sensor sheet Reviewed

    S. Nakata, K. Kanao, S. Harada, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Phys. Status Solidi A 雑誌   213   2016.09

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  • Bendable CMOS digital and analog circuits monolithically integrated with a temperature sensor Reviewed

    W. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Mater. Technol. 雑誌   1   2016.08

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  • Heat transfer of suspended carbon nanotube yarn to gases Reviewed

    Y. Wada, K. Kita, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express 雑誌   9   2016.07

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  • Oscillation control of carbon nanotube mechanical resonator by electrostatic interaction induced retardation Reviewed

    M. Yasuda, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Sci. Rep. 雑誌   6   2016.03

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  • Highly photosensitive graphene field-effect transistor with optical memory function Reviewed

    S. Ishida, Y. Anno, M. Takeuchi, M. Matsuoka, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Sci. Rep. 雑誌   5   2015.10

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  • Mechanically flexible and high-performance CMOS logic circuits Reviewed

    W. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Sci. Rep. 雑誌   5   2015.10

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  • Reduction of carbon byproducts for high-purity carbon nanocoil growth by suppressing catalyst collision Reviewed

    T. Gohara, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Carbon 雑誌   89   2015.08

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  • High-performance, mechanically flexible, and vertically integrated 3D carbon nanotube and InGaZnO complementary circuits with a temperature sensor Reviewed

    W. Honda, S. Harada, S. Ishida, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Mater. 雑誌   27   2015.08

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  • Enhancing the thermoelectric device performance of graphene using isotopes and isotopic heterojunctions Reviewed

    Y. Anno, K. Takei, S. Akita, T. Arie

    Adv. Electron. Mater. 雑誌   1   2015.08

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  • Carbon nanotube mechanical resonator in potential well induced by van der Waals interaction with graphene Reviewed

    A. Nagataki, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express 雑誌   8   2015.08

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  • Highly stable liquid-solid metal contact toward multilayered detachable flexible devices Reviewed

    S. Harada, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Electron. Mater. 雑誌   1   2015.07

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  • Suspended single-walled carbon nanotube field effect transistor toward gas sensing application Reviewed

    Y. Wada, Y. Fujita, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 雑誌   54   2015.06

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  • Air ambient-operated pNIPAM-based flexible actuators stimulated by human body temperature and sunlight Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, K. Kanao, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    ACS Appl. Mater. Interface 雑誌   7   2015.05

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  • Highly selective flexible tactile strain and temperature sensors against substrate bending for an artificial skin Reviewed

    K. Kanao, S. Harada, Y. Yamamoto, W. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    RSC Advances 雑誌   5   2015.03

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  • Toward flexible and wearable human-interactive health-monitoring devices Reviewed

    K. Takei, W. Honda, S. Harada, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Adv. Helthcare Mater. 雑誌   4   2015.03

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  • Fully printed flexible fingerprint-like three-axis tactile and slip force and temperature sensors for artificial skin Reviewed

    S. Harada, K. Kanao, Y. Yamamoto, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    ACS nano 雑誌   8   2014.12

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  • Printable and foldable electrodes based on a carbon nanotube-polymer composition Reviewed

    W. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Phys. Status Solidi A 雑誌   11   2014.11

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  • Artificially controlled synthesis of graphene intramolecular heterojunctions for phonon engineering Reviewed

    Y. Anno, K. Takei, S. Akita, T. Arie

    Phys. Status Solidi RRL 雑誌   8   2014.08

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  • Wearable, human-interactive, helth-monitoring, wireless devices fabricated by macroscale printing techniques Reviewed

    W. Honda, S. Harada, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    Adv. Funct. Mater. 雑誌   24   2014.06

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  • Cantilevered carbon nanotube hygrometer Reviewed

    T. Kuroyanagi, Y. Terada, K. Takei, S. Akita, T. Arie

    Appl. Phys. Lett. 雑誌   104 ( 19 )   2014.05

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  • Fully printed, highly sensitive multifunctional artificial electronic whisker arrays integrated with strain and temperature sensors Reviewed

    S. Harada, W. Honda, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    ACS nano 雑誌   8 ( 4 )   2014.04

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  • In-situ optical microscopy observations of the growth of individual carbon nanocoils Reviewed

    T. Gohara, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 雑誌   32 ( 3 )   2014.04

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  • Superhydrophobic and self-cleaning macrosize surfaces of silicone rubber and its mechanical flexibility Reviewed

    S. Harada, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    BioNanoSci 雑誌   4   2014

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  • Release and nonvolatile operation of carbon nanotube nanorelay by resonant vibration Reviewed

    T. Kagota, A. Nagataki, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Lett. 雑誌   103   2013.11

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  • Transient thermal response of an individual multiwall carbon nanotube Reviewed

    Y. Wada, Y. Ohshima, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Phys. Status Solidi C 雑誌   10   2013.10

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  • Photothermal actuation of cantilevered multiwall carbon nanotubes with bimaterial configuration toward calorimeter Reviewed

    S. Hiroshima, A. Yoshinaka, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. The Japan Society of Applied Physics   52 ( 6 )   2013.06

  • Molecular dynamics simulations for release of stick carbon nanotube cantilever beam toward nanorelay application Reviewed

    A. Nagataki, T. Kagota, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. The Japan Society of Applied Physics   52 ( 4 )   2013.04

  • Electric field enhancement by laser light focused at electrode edges for controlled positioning of carbon nanotubes Reviewed

    T. Takahashi, T. Yabumoto, R. Inori, T. Okada, S. Akita, T. Arie

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. The Japan Society of Applied Physics   51 ( 6 )   2012.06

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  • Evaluation of graphene thin films by surface plasmon resonance Reviewed

    K. Murasaki, Y. Anno, S. Akita, T. Arie

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. The Japan Society of Applied Physics   51 ( 6 )   2012.06

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  • Photothermal excitation of cantilevered carbon nanotube resonators Reviewed

    A. Yoshinaka, Y. Yuasa, S. Hiroshima, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express The Japan Society of Applied Physics   5 ( 7 )   2012.06

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  • One-pass separation of single-wall carbon nanotubes by gel chromatography with a gradient of surfactant concentration Reviewed

    R. Inori, T. Okada, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Nanotechnology Institute of Physics   23 ( 23 )   2012.05

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  • A carbon nanotube field-effect transistor with a cantilevered carbon nanotube gate Reviewed

    N. Matsunaga, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express The Japan Society of Applied Physics   5 ( 6 )   2012.05

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  • A multi-walled carbon nanotube cantilever for interaction force sensing in liquid Reviewed

    T. Arie, S. Sawano, S. Akita

    AIP Advances American Institute of Physics   2 ( 1 )   2012.03

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  • Influence of the structure of the nanotube on the mechanical properties of binder-free multi-walled carbon nanotube solids Reviewed

    Y. Sato, H. Nishizaka, S. Sawano, A. Yoshinaka, K. Kirano, S. Hashiguchi, T. Arie, S. Akita, G. Yamamoto, T. Hashida, H. Kimura, K. Motomiya, K. Tohji

    Carbon Elsevier   50 ( 1 )   2012.01

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  • Improvement of transfer characteristic for carbon nanotube field effect transistor with poly crystalline PbZrxTi1-xO3 gate by ionic liquid Reviewed

    S. Kataoka, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Lett. American Institute of Physics   99 ( 22 )   2011.12

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  • Visualization of vibrating cantilevered multilayer graphene mechanical oscillator Reviewed

    Y. Yuasa, A. Yoshinaka, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Express The Japan Society of Applied Physics   4 ( 11 )   2011.10

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  • A role for fetal hemoglobin and maternal immune IgG in infant resistance to Plasmodium falciparum malaria Reviewed

    C. Amaratunga, T.M. Lopera-Mesa, N.J. Brittain, R. Cholera, T. Arie, H. Fujioka, J.R. Keefer, R.M. Fairhurst

    PLOS ONE PLOS   6 ( 4 )   2011.04

  • Sustained Mechanical self-oscillation of carbon nanotube cantilever by phase locked loop with opto-mechanical heterodyne Reviewed

    A. Yoshinaka, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Appl. Phys. Lett. American institute of Physics   98   2011.03

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  • Diameter-dependent dissipation of vibration energy of cantilevered multiwall carbon nanotubes Reviewed

    S. Sawaya, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Nanotechnology Institute of Physics   22   2011.03

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  • Nanoincandescent consisting of individual carbon nanotubes Reviewed

    S. Akita, Y. Ohshima, T. Arie

    Appl. Phys. Express The Japan Society of Applied Physics   4   2011.01

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  • Carbon Nanotube Resonator in Liquid Reviewed

    S. Sawano, T. Arie, S. Akita

    Nano Lett. American Chemical Society   10 ( 9 )   2010.08

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  • Carbon Nanotube Mechanical Resonators for Mass Sensing Reviewed

    S. Akita T. Arie

    Sensors and Materials MYU   21 ( 7 )   2009.10

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  • Effect of Gaseous Dissipation of Oscillating Cantilevered Carbon Nanotubes Reviewed

    S. Fukami T. Arie S. Akita

    Jpn J Appl Phys The Japan Society of Applied Physics   48   2009.06

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  • The avian malaria parasite Plasmodium gallinaceum causes marked structural changes on the surface of its host erythrocyte. Reviewed

    E. Nagao, T. Arie, D. W. Dorward, R. M. Fairhurst, J. A. Dvorak

    J. Struct. Biol. Elsevier   162 ( 3 )   460 - 467   2008.06

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  • Impaired cytoadherence of Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes containing sickle hemoglobin Reviewed

    R. Cholera, N. J. Brittain, M. R. Gillrie, T. M. Lopera-Mesa, S. A. Diakite, T. Arie, M. A. Krause, A. Guindo, A. Tubman, H. Fujioka, D. A. Diallo, O. K. Doumbo, M. Ho, T. E. Wellems, R. M. Fairhurst

    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA National Academy of Sciences   105 ( 3 )   2008.01

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  • Hemoglobin C modulates the surface topography of Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes Reviewed

    T. Arie, R. M. Fairhurst, N. J. Brittain, T. E. Wellems, J. A. Dvorak

    J. Struct. Biol. Elsevier   150 ( 2 )   2005.05

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  • Improvement of MFM tips using Fe-alloy-capped carbon nanotubes Reviewed

    N. Yoshida, T. Arie, S. Akita, Y. Nakayama

    Physica B: Condensed Matter Elsevier   323   2002.10

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  • Quantitative analysis of the magnetic properties of metal-capped carbon nanotube probe Reviewed

    N. Yoshida, M. Yasutake, T. Arie, S. Akita, Y. Nakayama

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. The Japan Society of Applied Physics   41 ( 7B )   2002.07

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  • Quantitative analysis of the magnetic properties of a carbon nanotube probe in magnetic force microscopy Reviewed

    T. Arie, N. Yoshida, S. Akita, Y. Nakayama

    J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. Institute of Physics   34 ( 9 )   2001.05

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  • Carbon-nanotube probe equipped magnetic force microscope Reviewed

    T. Arie, H. Nishijima, S. Akita, Y. Nakayama

    J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B American Vacuum Society   18 ( 1 )   2000.01

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  • Growth of tungsten carbide nano-needle and its application as a scanning tunneling microscope tip Reviewed

    T. Arie, S. Akita, Y. Nakayama

    J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. Institute of Physics   31 ( 14 )   1998.07

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  • Graphogrowth of carbon nanotubes by chemical vapor deposition Reviewed

    T. Arie, S. Akita, Y. Nakayama

    J. Surf. Anal. The Surface Analysis Society of Japan   4 ( 2 )   1998.05

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Books and Other Publications

  • Quantum Hybrid Electronics and Materials

    Y. Hirayama, T. Arie, S. Akita, H. Yamaguchi, etc.( Role: Joint author)

    Springer Nature  2022.05 

  • フォノンエンジニアリング

    塩見淳一郎, 有江隆之, 野村政宏 他( Role: Joint author)

    株式会社エヌ・ティー・エス  2017.09 

Presentations

  • Unusual resonance property of graphene/h-BN stacked mechanical resonators International conference

    K. Yashoshima, R. Oishi, K. Takei, T. Arie, S. Akita

    MNC 2022, 35th International Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference  2022.11 

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    Venue:Tokushima  

  • Wearable multi-functional sensor sheet with feedback alarm system International conference

    K. Takei, K. Xu, Y. Fujita, Y. Lu, S. Honda, M. Shiomi, T. Arie, S. Akita

    2021 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit  2021.11 

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  • Water droplet detection using superhydrophobic PDMS/LIG surface International conference

    S. Wakabayashi, T. Arie, S. Akita, K. Takei

    The 11th International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics (ICFPE 2021)  2021.09 

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  • Limited heat conduction in graphene by isotopic interfaces International conference

    Y. Hata, K. Takei, S. Akita, T. Arie

    International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes and Low-Dimensional Materials (NT21)  2021.06 

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Outline of collaborative research (seeds)

  • 二次元層状物質の合成とデバイス応用

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

  • 多層グラフェンのナノギャップ構造によるテラヘルツ帯表面増強ラマン散乱素子の開発

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)  2023

  • 機械的揺らぎを抑圧した2次元材料による高純度量子エミッタ

    Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Pioneering)/(Exploratory)  2023

  • 二次元原子層における異種層間熱伝達機構の実験的解明

    Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Pioneering)/(Exploratory)  2023

Charge of on-campus class subject

  • Laboratory in Electronics Experiment I

    2021   Practical Training  

  • Electronic Circuits B

    2021