MIYOSHI Tanroku

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Name
MIYOSHI Tanroku
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Kobe University Faculty of Engineering Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Degree
Ph.D.(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1982
 - 
1984
1976- McGill University, Visiting Scholar 1982-1984 Bell Laboratories, Visiting Scientist
 

Misc

 
The planar circuit-an approach to microwave integrated circuitry
IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory Tech.   MTT-20(4/245-252) 
Ferrite planar circuits in microwave integrated circuits
IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory Tech.   MTT-25(7/593-600) 
Appl. Phys. Lett.   44(1/128-130) 
Analysis of an induction heating system by finite element method combined with boundary integral equation
IEEE Trans. on Magnetics   MAG-23(2/1827-1832) 

Books etc

 
Microwave integrated circuits(ed. K. Konishi)
Marcel Dekker, Inc.   
Comparative study on electron transport modeling of quantum devices, Software Applications of Electrical Engineering, ed. P. P. Silvester
Computational Mechanics Publications   
Conduction-Band Discontinuity of GaInAs/InP Heterojunctions with Graded Donor Concentration
Jpn. J. Appl. Phys.   
Quantum Mechanical Simulation of Electron Waveguides in Linear and nonlinear Transport Regimes, " IEEE Trans. on Electron
IEEE Trans. on Electron Devices   

Works

 
Reduction of magnetic flux leakage from an induction heating system
1978 - 1982
Design of semiconductor lasers and optical integrated circuits
1985 - 1990
Design of optical fiber couplers and optical modulators
1987 - 1992

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Quantum Transport in Nanostructure Devices
Study on Quantum Well Lasers
Computational Electromagnetics
Quantum Mechanical Computer Aided Design of Nanoscale Devices
Analysis and Design of Electromagnetic Wave Devices