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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
IN, IA
(Joint)
2013-12-20
13:25
Hiroshima Hiroshima City Univ. On a control method of the number of generated clusters in autonomous decentralized structure formation based on Huygens' principle
Kenji Takagi (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hirioshima City Univ.), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Makoto Naruse (NICT) IN2013-114
 [more] IN2013-114
pp.89-94
OME 2013-03-08
16:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. B1-2 Multilayer organic photovoltaic cell fabricated by electrospray deposition method
Takeshi Fukuda, Kenji Takagi, Liao Yingjie, Zentaro Honda, Norihiko Kamata (Saitama Univ.) OME2012-113
To realize p-i-n type organic photovoltaic cells by a solution process, selected organic molecules/solvents are necessar... [more] OME2012-113
pp.35-38
OME 2012-10-17
16:40
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Fullerene derivative thin film fabricated by electrospray deposition technique
Kenji Takagi, Kazumasa Takeshi, Takeshi Fukuda, Norihiko Kamata (Saitama Univ.), Jungmyoung Ju, Yutaka Yamagata, Yusuke Tajima (RIKEN) OME2012-54
A solubility of n- and p-type organic materials against organic solvent is necessary to realize a multilayer organic pho... [more] OME2012-54
pp.45-48
CS, CQ
(Joint)
2012-04-19
10:30
Okinawa Ishigakijima A Proposal of New Autonomous Decentralized Structure Formation Based on Huygens' Principle and Renormalization
Kenji Takagi, Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ.), Makoto Naruse (NICT) CQ2012-2
This paper studies an autonomous distributed algorithm that can produce spatial structures in communication networks. We... [more] CQ2012-2
pp.7-12
OME 2011-05-27
15:20
Tokyo NTT Musashino R&D center Improved surface roughness of organic thin film fabricated by electrospray deposition technique and its application to organic photovoltaic cell
Kenji Takagi, Takashi Asano, Takeshi Fukuda, Zentaro Honda, Norihiko Kamata (Saitama Univ.), Jungmyoung Ju, Yutaka Yamagata, Tetsuya Aoyama, Yusuke Tajima (RIKEN) OME2011-20
A solubility of the organic solvent against n- and p-type organic materials is necessary to realize an efficient organic... [more] OME2011-20
pp.31-34
IN, NS
(Joint)
2011-03-03
09:00
Okinawa Okinawa Convention Center A Study on Convergence Rate of Autonomous Decentralized Structure Formation Technology for Clustering of Ad Hoc Networks
Kenji Takagi, Yusuke Sakumoto (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ), Chisa Takano (Hiroshima City Univ), Masaki Aida (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ) IN2010-165
Hierarchization by clustering is effective for scalable routing control in an ad hoc network.
By considering structural... [more]
IN2010-165
pp.127-132
OME 2010-10-22
13:50
Tokyo NTT Musashino R&D Center Realization of Smooth Organic Thin Film by Electrospray Deposition Technique
Takashi Asano, Kenji Takagi, Takeshi Fukuda (Saitama Univ.), Jungmyoung Ju (RIKEN), Zentaro Honda, Norihiko Kamata, Yusuke Tajima, Tetsuya Aoyama (Saitama Univ.), Yutaka Yamagata (RIKEN) OME2010-48
To realize bulk-heterojunction structure in an organic photovoltaic cell, the solubility for n-type and p-type organic m... [more] OME2010-48
pp.11-14
MW 2010-05-14
11:50
Hyogo University of Hyogo A Waveguide Power Divider Mechanical-Controlling Dividing Ratio With Low Insertion Loss
Minoru Sanagi, Munehiro Koji, Shigeji Nogi (Okayama UNiv.), Ken-ichi Hamamoto, Naoki Niwa, Kenji Takagi (Kajima Co.) MW2010-25
Loss reduction of a power divider mechanical-controlling dividing ratio has been investigated. The divider consists of a... [more] MW2010-25
pp.59-64
RCS, AN, MoNA, SR
(Joint)
2010-03-03
14:50
Kanagawa YRP Inter-MBS zone interference suppression scheme using MBS zone specific scrambled pilot
Takaaki Kishigami (Panasonic Corp.), Masaru Fukuoka, Kenji Takagi (Panasonic Mobile Communications R&D Lab. Co., Ltd.), Isamu Yoshii (Panasonic Corp.) RCS2009-275
In IEEE802.16m standardization, the SFN (Single Frequency Network) transmission over multiple MBS (Multicast and Broadca... [more] RCS2009-275
pp.103-108
RCS, SIP 2010-01-21
14:30
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. Pilot signal receiving process on a non-contiguous data assignment for LTE-Advanced uplink
Yoshihiko Ogawa (Panasonic Corp.), Kenji Takagi, Takashi Iwai (PMCRD), Akihiko Nishio, Daichi Imamura (Panasonic Corp.) SIP2009-94 RCS2009-228
In LTE-Advanced, the support of Clustered-Discrete Fourier Transform Spread -OFDM (C-DFTS-OFDM), which is non-contiguous... [more] SIP2009-94 RCS2009-228
pp.121-126
MW 2009-05-28
10:30
Okayama Okayama Univ. A Waveguide Power Divider Mechanical-Controlling Dividing Ratio for Microwave Power Distribution System in Buildings
Minoru Sanagi, Munehiro Koji (Okayama Univ.), Hiroshi Hamashima (Okayama Univ./Mitsubishi), Shigeji Nogi (Okayama Univ.), Ken-ichi Hamamoto, Naoki Niwa, Kenji Takagi (Kajima Corp.), Naoki Shinohara, Tomohiko Mitani (Kyoto Univ.) MW2009-9
A power divider mechanical-controlling dividing ratio for the microwave power distribution system in buildings has been ... [more] MW2009-9
pp.1-6
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