27 Mar, 2017
AMIS2017 celebrated a decade of transformative research in materials science
30 Jan, 2017
Yasumasa Nishiura gives a mathematician’s perspective on the five-year collaboration between mathematics and materials science at the AIMR
28 Nov, 2016
AIMR researchers visited the Herbert Gleiter Institute of Nanoscience in China to exchange information and ideas.
26 Sep, 2016
By pooling their unique perspectives, three AIMR researchers with very different backgrounds have used a powerful new mathematical technique to discover structures lurking in amorphous solids
AIMResearch brings the very best of AIMR research to a global audience of specialists and nonspecialists alike.
Electron diffraction reveals the three-dimensional structure of a promising monolayer material for the first time
Electrons in superconductors made of carbon nanospheres remain paired even when subjected to high magnetic fields
The factors controlling the bottom-up synthesis of nanomaterials have been made clearer by a new mathematical model
A sprinkling of nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorus boosts the ability of nanoporous graphene to generate hydrogen gas
A device capable of controlling the currents that flow on the surfaces of topological insulators has been demonstrated for the first time
Tadpole-shaped surface states on metal crystals confirm the presence of exotic quasiparticles ideal for three-dimensional computing devices
The Advanced Institute for Materials Research (AIMR) was established in 2007, aiming to contribute to society through the creation of new and innovative materials by gathering researchers from around the world in the fields of materials science, physics, chemistry, and engineering - fields in which Tohoku University holds a leading position in the world in its research.