27 Sep 2018
Dr. Zonghao Liu (left) and Prof. Yabing Qi (right) with the 5 cm × 5 cm perovskite solar module that they developed in their lab at OIST.
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27 Sep 2018
From right to left: Prof. Yabing Qi, Dr. Zonghao Liu, Dr. Longbin Qiu, Dr. Emilio J. Juarez-Perez, Dr. Zhifang Wu, Dr. Yan Jiang, and Dr. Luis K. Ono.
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27 Sep 2018
A new study on finding a new mechanism to develop electronic devices by OIST's Femtosecond Spectroscopy Unit lead by Prof. Keshav Dani,  gains media spotlight. Read the complete story...
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26 Sep 2018
The prevalence of electronic devices has transformed life in the 21st century. At the heart of these devices is the movement of electrons across materials.  Scientists today continue to discover...
Type: News Article
25 Sep 2018
From left –Dr. Michael Man, Dr. Julien Madéo, Mr. Vivek Pareek, Dr. E Laine Wong, Prof. Keshav Dani, and Mr. Andrew Winchester.
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25 Sep 2018
Scientists combined femtosecond spectroscopy and electron microscopy techniques to observe the motion of the electrons in both short time and spatial scales.
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4 Sep 2018
The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) welcomed its 2018 cohort of PhD students on September 3, 2018. In a true representation of OIST’s global culture, the new...
Type: News Article
4 Sep 2018
Traditional Okinawan Eisa Dance performed by local artists
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4 Sep 2018
Ankur Dhar, Chair of the Student council encouraged the new students to explore the opportunities offered by OIST and Okinawa during their time here.
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4 Sep 2018
Ulf Skoglund, Dean of Graduate School in his speech encouraged the new students to build strong personal and professional networks with their peers and colleagues.
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4 Sep 2018
“You have a wonderful opportunity at OIST to try new things and explore new scientific disciplines,” said OIST President Peter Gruss.
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28 Aug 2018
Our brain cells control every aspect of our lives – from the movements we make to the memories we form. But capturing the activity of neurons in the form of electric impulses isn’t easy. Information...
Type: News Article
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