|Stanford Japan Guide > Science & Technology > Topics - Engineering > Electrical & Electronic|
|||Association of Super-Advanced Electronics Technologies (ASET) | English | Japanese|
Brings together industrial and academic sectors, developing basic technologies for use in future-generation semiconductors, magnetic memory, and displays. Member companies.
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|||Electronic Industries Association of Japan (EIAJ) | English | Japanese|
Comprehensively represents Japanese electronics industries. Technology roadmaps, news, events, statistics.
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|||Hobby of Electronic Circuit Engineering | English | Japanese|
Introduction. Photographs of electronic crafts. Lists of shops in Akihabara selling electronic parts. Also covers CAD software and 3D photographs.
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|||Optoelectronic Industry and Technology Development Association (OITDA) | English | Japanese|
Grant recipient for major national projects, organizes yearly InterOpto trade fair, administers Joint Optoelectronics Project (JOP) in cooperation with U.S. counterpart organization.
(Hits: 3,894 Listed: 06/20/2002)
|||Semiconductor Equipment Association of Japan (SEAJ) | English | Japanese|
Researches Japanese equipment market, technology development. Promotes standards, education, international exchange.
(Hits: 3,899 Listed: 06/20/2002)
|||The Institute of Electronics, Information, and Communication Engineers | English | Japanese|
Technical groups include: Engineering Sciences Society, Communications Society, Electronics Society, Information and System Society, Human Communication Engineering Group.
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