Hiroshi Katayama-Yoshida from Osaka University gave a special presentation titled "computational nano-materials Design for spintronics: design vs. realization". In his talk Hiroshi discusses Spinodal Nanotechnology (NT) as a new class of bottom-up NT, the design of high-solubility and ferromagnetism in IV-VI semiconductors, Spintronics device applications using 2D spinodal nano-decomposition and water-splitting and artificial photosynthesis by visible light using spinodal nano-decomposition.

This presentation was given at Keio University's Semiconductor-Spintronics workshop which took place on January 24.