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High density 3D LSI technology using W/Cu hybrid through silicon vias (TSVs) has been proposed. Major reliability issues attributed to W/Cu hybrid TSVs in high density 3D LSIs such as (i) thermo-mechanical stress exerted by W TSVs used for signal lines and Cu TSVs used for power/ground lines in active Si, (ii) external gettering (EG) role played by(More)
The oculomotor synergy as expressed by the CA/C and AC/A ratios was investigated to examine its influence on our previous observation that whereas convergence responses to stereoscopic images are generally stable, some individuals exhibit significant accommodative overshoot. Using a modified video refraction unit while viewing a stereoscopic LCD,(More)
We fabricated the AlGaAs/GaAs 3QW quasi-stadium laser diodes with two-electrodes and succeeded in controlling directional laser emission by applying different currents to each electrode. We showed the ratio of laser emission with two different directions is proportional to the ratio of currents injected into two electrodes. These devices are applicable for(More)
–New production methods of silica aerogel with high and low refractive indices have been developed. A very slow shrinkage of alcogel at room temperature has made possible producing aerogel with high refractive indices of up to 1.265 without cracks. Even higher refractive indices than 1.08, the transmission length of the aerogel obtained from this technique(More)
Giant gain enhancement effect of surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) on terahertz (THz) stimulated emission in optically pumped monolayer graphene has been experimentally studied. We observed the spatial distribution of the THz probe pulse intensities under linear polarization of optical pump and THz probe pulses. It was clearly observed that an intense THz(More)
A new 3-D integration technology and heterogeneous integration technology called a super-chip integration is described. A number of known good dies (KGDs) with different sizes and different devices are simultaneously aligned and bonded onto lower chips or wafer by a chip self-assembly method using the surface tension of liquid in the super-chip integration.(More)
In order to demonstrate controlling directional emissions corresponding to the ring trajectory modes by using external optical injection, we fabricate the AlGaAs/GaAs single-quantum-well tandem quasi-stadium laser diodes consist of the front slave and the rear master laser diodes. The geometry of the laser cavities have been defined by using a lithography(More)
We found alternate oscillations in AlGaAs/GaAs single-quantum-well (SQW) quasi-stadium laser diodes (QSLD). The alternate oscillations in QSLD can be well explained by the interactions of two different cavity modes due to the geometrical symmetry of QSLD. Unlike the alternate oscillations in semiconductor ring lasers that need the waveguides to extract the(More)
We report a demonstration of lasing in a two-dimensional (2D) microcavity which is a semiconductor diode structure with a stadium shape finely formed by reactive-ion-etching technique and pumped by electric current injection. The laser exhibits output over a wide angle, although the fundamental lasing modes have highly complex wave structures which do not(More)
We fabricated quasi-stadium laser diode which has a 'window' on the top of cavity by ion-etching technique to epitaxial wafer and demonstrated to observe direct lasing mode observation. In the carrier poor region, bright line can recognize. On the other hands, in the rich carrier region, lasing pattern was recognized as dark line. Both lines well fit(More)