August 22-24, 2013, Sendai, Japan

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Welcome Message from Chairpersons
On behalf of the Conference Committees, we would like to welcome you to the 4th Japan-China-Korea Joint Conference on MEMS/NEMS (JCK MEMS/NEMS 2013), which will be held at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, August 22 - 24, 2013.

The JCK MEMS/NEMS Conference is to provide an annual East Asian forum for the recent progress in Green & Life Innovation by MEMS/NEMS technology. There were two series of 2-side Joint Seminars on MEMS/NEMS held in north-east Asia region, including the Japan-China Joint Seminars (1st, Beijing, 2006; 2nd, Tokyo, 2007; 3rd, Wuxi, 2009) and Korea-Japan Joint Seminar (1st, 2008, Pusan). Though these seminars were successfully held with many participants, our colleagues decided to initiate a new 3-side platform, i.e., the Japan-China-Korea Joint Conference on MEMS/NEMS, aiming to share the research achievements and plan strategic collaboration more effectively in a wider scale. Thus the 1st JCK MEMS/NEMS Conference was held at Sapporo, Japan, on August 30-31, 2010, chaired by Prof. Renshi Sawada from Kyushu University. In 2011, the 2nd JCK MEMS/NEMS Conference was held at Jeju Island, Korea, on September 5-7, chaired by Dr. Nak-Kyu Lee, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), the third was held at Shanghai China, on September 22-24, 2012, chaired by Dr. Xinxin Li from Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology (CAS). Now this year, the torch has been relayed to Japan once again. As a two-day conference, we are going to have an opening speech, a memorial tutorial & visit, invited keynotes, oral presentation sessions, one poster session, and a technical tour.

We are looking forward to an exciting and high-level scientific program that will give the opportunity to all delegates for networking and sharing ideas, while enjoying the wonderful experience in Sendai.


Eiji Higurashi
Conference Chair
The University of Tokyo, JAPAN