BMED'95 - MEBC'95 (MEBC-6) Symposium held in Okinawa, Japan, 28-30 November, 1995.



P-1 Molecular Assemblies for Bioelectronic Devices and Molecular Electronic Devices
Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Japan

P-2 Studies on the Brain through Its Functional Reconstitution
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

P-3 New Perspectives of Cortical Organization and Function Revealed by Optical Imaging
The Weizmann Inst., Israel

P-4 Design Features of Mammalian Forebrain: Guidelines for Developing Autonomous Platforms?
Univ. of California Irvine, USA

Oral Session (1)

A1-01 Photosynthetic Reaction Centers and the Development Biomolecular Optoelectronic Devices
E.Greenbaum, R.J.Warmack, and D.P.Allison
Oak Ridge National Lab., USA

A1-02 Alder Type Transition of Protein Particles in Secondary Thin Films
E.Adachi *1 and K.Nagayama*1 *2
*1 The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan
*2 ERATO JRDC, Japan

A1-03 Molecular Nanotechnology and Biomimetic Membranes with 2D-Protein Crystals (S-layers)
U.B.Sleytr and D.Pum
Univ. for Bundenkultur, Australia

A1-04 Single Molecule Imaging and Single Molecule Nano-manipulation
Osaka Univ., Japan

A1-05 Micro Compartments Transformed by Encapsulated Cytoskeltons
H.Hotani*1, T.Kaneko*1, T.J.Itoh*1, K.Takiguchi*1, H.Miyata*2, and H.Miyamoto*3
*1 Nagoya Univ., Japan
*2 Keio Univ., Japan
*3 National Inst. of Biosci. & Human-Tech., Japan

A1-06 Chemical Spatiotemporal Patterns in Monolayer-Excitable Medium System
M.Yoneyama,A.Fujii, and S.Maeda
Mitsubishi Chem. Corp., Japan

A1-07 Molecular and Supermolecular Structure of Heterocyclic Aromatic High Ordered Crystals, LB-Films and Polymers
L.Brehmer, J.Reiche,B.Schuiz, G.Knochenhauer, and A.Freydank
Univ. of Potsdam, Germany

B1-01 Space and Time in the Visual Cortex
University of California Berkeley, USA

B1-02 Visual Cortical Plasticity Studied by Optical Recording
K.Toyama,T.Kurotani, and A.Akase
Kyoto Prefectual Univ. of Med., Japan

B1-03 Non-invasive Higher-order Brain Function Measurement Using Optical Topography and Functional MRI
H.Koizumi*1*2, Y.Yamashita*1 and A.Maki*1
*1 Hitachi, Ltd., Japan
*2 Hokkaido Univ., Japan

B1-04 Entorphinal-hippocampal Interactions Revealed by Real-time Optical Imaging
T.Iijima*1, M.P. Witter*2, M.Ichikawa*1, T.Tominaga*1, R.Kajiwara*1, andG. Matsumoto*1
*1 Electrotechnical Lab., Japan
*2 Vrije Univ., The Netherlands

B1-05 Spatial and Temporal Bursting Patterns with Synchronous Oscillation in Neuronal Networks Self-organized in Culture
Tokyo Metropoli. Inst. for Neuralsci., Japan

B1-06 Mechanisms Underlying the Induction of Long-term Potentiation/depression in Developing Visual Cortex
T.Tsumoto and H.Yasuda
Osaka Univ., Japan
B1-07 Neuronal Responses Related to Emotional Memory in the Amygdala and the Mediodorsal Thalamic Nucleus
Toyama Med.& Pharmaceut. Univ., Japan

B1-08 PATON : Computational Theory of Memory Representation and Attention
T.Omori and A.Mochizuki
Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture & Tech., Japan

Poster Short Presentation (1)

SA1-01 A Model of Enzyme Transistors
T.Aoki and M.Hiratsuka
Tohoku Univ., Japan

SA1-02 Bilayer Lipid Membrane-based Sensors and Devices: Potential Applications and Future Prospects
H.T.Tien and A.L.Ottova
Michigan State Univ., USA

SA1-03 Lipid Bilayer Formation in a Microporous Membrane Filter Elucidated from AC Impedance Analysis and Purple Membrane Photoresponses
M.Ikematsu, M.Iseki, Y.Sugiyama, and T.Sekiguchi
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Japan

Poster Short Presentation (1)
SA1-04 What Can Protein Design Offer Molecular Electronics ?
Imperial College of Sci. Tech. and Med., UK

SA1-05 Simulation System for studying Spatially Structured Biochemical Interactions
Wayne State Univ., USA

SA1-06 Amperometric Enzyme-Channeling Immunosensor
J.Rishpon and D.Ivnitski
Tel-Aviv Univ., Israel

SA1-07 Physical Mechanism of Distant Electron Transfer in the Myoglobin-cytochrome C Redox System
Inst. of Cell Biophysics RAN, Russia

SA1-08 Flexoelectricity and Photoflexoelectricity of Membranes. Possible Application in Mechanoelectric Biodevices
M.Spassova*1, A.G.Petrov*1, and J.H.Fendler*2
1* Inst. of Solid State Physics, Bulgaria
2* Syracuse Univ., USA

SA1-09 Bacteriorhodopsin Spatial Light Modulator Capable of Mimicking Excitatory and Inhibitory Optical Outputs
H.Takei and N.Shimizu
Hitach, Ltd., Japan

SA1-10 X-ray Diffraction and ESR of BO-C10TCNQ Conductive LB Film
K.Ogasawara*1, T.Ishiguro*1, S.Horiuchi*1, H.Yamochi*1, G.Saito*1, M.Taoda*2, and Y.Nogami*2
1* Kyoto Univ., Japan
2* Okayama Univ., Japan

SA1-11 EPR Investigations of Unpaired Spin Delocalization in Acceptor-Bridge Donor Molecular Structures
R.Krzyminiewski and A.Bielewicz-Mordalska
A.Mickiewicz Univ., Poland

SA1-12 Two Dimensional Dynamic Patterns in Illuminated Langmuir Monolayers
H.Yokoyama and Y.Tabe
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

SA1-13 Highly Conducting Amorphous Form of Carbon
Indian Inst. of Sci., India

SA1-14 Properties of Self-assembled Metallated Porphyrins and Application
G.Agarwal and R.S.Phadke
Tata Inst. of Fundamental Res., India

SA1-15 Right- and Left-handed Helical Supramolecular Organization of Poly(p-phenylene vinylene) Observed with Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
C.W. Yuan, W.P.Qian, Z.M.Ai and Y.Wei
Southeast Univ., China

SA1-16 Scanning Maxwell-Stress Microscopy under Water
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

SA1-17 Enhancement of Photocurrent in Organic Photoelectric Cells Based on Surface Plasmon Excitations
K.Saito, T.Wakamatsu, Y.Sakakibara, and H.Yokoyama
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

SA1-18 Molecular Machining with Scanning Probe Microscope
B.P.Gaber, D.C.Turner, and M.Testoff
Naval Res. Lab., USA

SA1-19 Simple Saline Oscillator as a "Complex System": Multi-Component Diffusion Coupled with Convection Flow under Nonequilibrium
M.Okamura, K.Yoshikawa, and Y.Takemoto
Nagoya Univ., Japan

SA1-20 Large Discrete Transition of Single DNA Chain Between Coil and Grobule
M.Takahashi, V.V.Vasilevskaya, and K.Yoshikawa
Nagoya Univ., Japan

SA1-21 Informational Processing on Time Dependent Input with the Network of Nonlinear Oscillators
K.Kajiya and K.Yoshikawa
Nagoya Univ., Japan

Univ. of Strathclyde, U.K.

SB1-01 Neurons in Rhesus Monkey Ventral Striatum Encode the Meaning of a Visual Cue in a Motivation Task
M.Shidara*1,*2, T.G.Aigner*2, and B. J. Richmond*2
*1 Electrotechnical Lab., Japan
*2 Laboratory of Neuropsychology, NIMH, USA

SB1-02 AFM Observation of Synapses in Primary Cultured Neurons from the Pond Snail
S.Nagayama*1, S.Kojima*1, M.Morimoto*1, K.Kawabata*1, Y.Fujito*2, S.Ogura*1, K.Abe*1, T.Ushiki*3, and E.Ito*1
*1 Hokkaido Univ., Japan
*2 Sapporo Medical Univ., Japan
*3 Niigata Univ., Japan

SB1-03 Multi-channel Cell Membrane Potential Measuring System and Its Application on Cortical Development Study
H.Sugihara, A.Kamei, and M.Taketani
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Japan

SB1-04 Temporal Coding Aspect of Guinea Pig Auditory Cortex by Optical Imaging
K.Fukunishi, R.Tokioka, and N.Murai
Hitachi, Ltd., Japan

SB1-05 Simulation of the Oscillatory Potential Propagation in the Slugs Brain with an Array of Nonlinear Oscillators.
A.Yamada, T.Kimura, E.Kono, and T.Sekiguchi
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Japan

SB1-06 Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Odor Response in the Olfactory Center of the Terrestrial Slugs, Limax Marginatus.
T.Kimura*1, S.Toda*2, A.Yamada*1, S.Kawahara*2, T.Sekiguchi*1, and Y.Kirino*2
*1 Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Japan
*2 The Univ of Tokyo., Japan

SB1-07 Application of Coupled Map Lattice Model to Ca2+ Wave Propagation in Earthworm Median Giant Fiber
K.Oka*1 and H.Ogawa*2
*1 Keio Univ., Japan
*2 Res. Development Corp. of Japan, Japan

SB1-08 Ca2+ Wave Propagation Mechanism in the Earthworm Giant Fiber
H.Ogawa*1 and K.Oka*2
*1 Res. Development Corp. of Japan, Japan
*2 Keio Univ., Japan

Oral Session (2)

A2-01 Self-Assembled Supermolecular Structures in Ion-Containing Polymer Systems
A.R.Khokhlov and E.E.Dormidontova
Moscow State Univ., Russia

A2-02 Thinking on Life Phenomenon From DNA to Macroscopic Spatio-temporal Order
Nagoya Univ., Japan

A2-03 Dynamic Biomolecular Information Processing Mechanisms: The State of Art and Potentialities
International Res. Inst for Management Sci., Russia

A2-04 Multiscale Synergy in Brain-Like Computer Architectures: the Interplay of Learning, Memory and Self-Assembly
Wayne State Univ., USA

B2-01 Unsilencing Postsynaptically Silent Synapses during Long-Term Potentiation
Cold Spring Harbor Lab., USA

B2-02 A Novel Temporal Learning Rule and Associative Neural Networks
Y.Shigematsu,M.Ichikawa, and G.Matsumoto
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

B2-03 Ion Imaging Study of Dendritic Excitability in CNS Neurons
H.Miyakawa*1, J.Callaway*2, N.Lasser-Ross*2, W.N.Ross*2, V.Lev-Ram*3, J.Lisman*4, D.Jaffe*5, J.Magee*6, B.Christie*6, and D.Johonston*6
*1 Tokyo College of Pharmacy, Japan
*2 New York Med. College, USA
*3 UC San Diego, USA
*4 Brandeis Univ., USA
*5 UT San Antonio, USA
*6 Baylor College of Med., USA

B2-04 A Spatio-temporal Learning Rule Based on the Physiological Data of LTP in the Hippocampal CA1 Network
M.Tsukada*1, T.Aihara*1, H.Saito*1 and H. Kato*2
*1 Tamagawa Univ., Japan
*2 Yamagata Univ., Japan

B2-05 A New Concept for Monoaminergic System: Modulating Synaptic Plasticity as a Major Brain Regulator
Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan

Poster Short Presentation (2)

SA2-01 Infrared Photodetectors Based on Quantum-dot Semiconductor and Molecular Systems
V.Ryzhii, I.Khmyrova, M.Ershov, M.Ryzhii and T.Iizuka
Univ. of Aizu, Japan

SA2-02 Molecular Photodiode Consists of TCNQ-Pyrene-Ferrocene Hetero-LB films
J.-W.Choi*1, J.Min*1, S.-Y. Oh*1, D.-M. Shin*2, and W.-H. Lee*1
*1 Sogang Univ., South Korea
*2 Hongik Univ., South Korea

SA2-03 Characteristics of Organic Gas Sensitivity in Copolymer LB Films by using QCM
Y.-S.Kwon*1, H.-K.Shin*1, Y.-S.Choi*1, J.-S.Chang*2, and
*1 Dong-A Univ., South Korea
*2 Kyung Pook San Up Univ., South Korea

SA2-04 Control of Electrical and Optical Properties of LB Films Using Photoisomerization of Azobenzene
H.Tachibana, R.Azumi, and M.Matsumoto
National Inst. of Material and Chem. Res., Japan

SA2-05 Quantum Electron Tunneling in Molecular Heterojunction Using Flavin-Porphyrin LB Multilayers
K.Akiyama, S.Ueyama, S.Nishikawa, T.Ogama, and S.Isoda
Mitsubishi Electric. Corp., Japan
SA2-06 Perceptron Circuit Using Lead Phthalocyanine Films
K. Nichogi, A.Miyamoto, K.Waragai, and M.Murakami
Matsushita Res. Inst. Tokyo, Inc., Japan

SA2-07 Development of a Functional Device with Synaptic Plasticity using Evaporated Lead Phthalocyanine Films
A.Miyamoto, K.Nichogi, K.Waragai, and M.Murakami
Matsushita Res. Inst. Tokyo, Inc., Japan

SA2-08 Development of Optical Neural Devices Using Photochromic Molecular Assemblies
A.Miyata, H.Arai, and Y.Unuma
Sharp Corp., Japan

SA2-09 Nonlinear Photochromism in Spiropyran J-aggregates
Y.Unuma, A.Miyata, and H.Arai
Sharp Corp., Japan

SA2-10 Organic Photoconductive Device with Memory and its Application to a Visual Information Processing
A.Fujii, K.Ishihara, M.Yoneyama, S.Maeda, and T.Murayama
Mitsubishi Chem. Corp, Japan

SA2-11 Toward Single Molecule Addressing

SA2-12 Structural Reciprocality of Electron/Nuclear Configurations as a Basic Principle for the Designing of New Organometallic Molecular Electronic Devices
A.N.Nesmeyanov Inst., Russia

SA2-13 Superconducting Reticulate Doped Polymers
J.P.Ulanski*1, J.K.Jeszka*2, E.Laukhina*3, H.W.Helberg*4
*1 Technical University of Lodz, Poland
*2 Center of Molecular and Macromolecular Studies, Poland
*3 Inst of Chem. Physics, Russia
*4 Univ. G嗾tingen, Germany

SA2-14 Embedded Intermediate One-electron States for Applications in Molecular (bio)electronics
G.Biczo*1 and V.A.Nikanorov*2
*1 Central Res.Insti. of Chemistry, Hungary
*2 A.N.Nesmeyanov Inst., Russia

SA2-15 Design of Small Gap Conjugated Polymers - Band Structure Engineering
J.Kurti*1, P.R.Surjan*1, and M.Kertesz*2
*1 R.Eotvos University, Hungary
*2 Univ. of Washington, USA

SA2-16 The Electroluminescent and the Photodiode Device Made by a Polymer Blend
J.Y.Park*1, H.M.Le*1, G.T.Kim*1, H.Park*1, I.N.Kang*2, D.H.Hwang*2, H.K.Shim*2, and Y.W.Park*1
*1 Seoul National Univ., South Korea
*2 Korea Advanced Inst. of Sci. and Tech., South Korea

SA2-17 Fabrication and Properties of Organic Dye-aggregates in Polymer Matrices
T.Hiraga, N.Yamamoto, and T.Moriya
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

SA2-18 An Ordered Dense Dendrite Morphology of Polymer Polypyrrole
H.Q.Zhang, M.Wu, C.W.Yuan and Y.Wei
Southeast Univ., China

SA2-19 Appearance of Superconductivity by Band-Filling Control in Organic Superconductor: k-(BEDT-TFT)2Cu2(CN)3
G.Saito and T. Komatsu
Kyoto Univ., Japan

SA2-20 Molecular Conformational Simulation, Langmuir and Langmuir-Blodgett Films from Fluorescently Labeled Biological Membrane Components
Advanced Technology Ltd., Bulgaria

SA2-21 Bacteriorhodopsin Is Not a Photodiode but Something Better
B.E.Fuller*1, T.L.Okajima*2, and F.T.Hong*3
*1 Difco Lab., USA
*2 Univ. of Illinois, USA
*3 Wayne State Univ., USA

SA2-22 Photoactive Bacteriorhodopsin Variants
A.K.Singh, N.Majumdar and H.M.Pavale
Indian Inst. of Tech., India

SB2-01 Backward Neural Connection Model of the Visual Cortex I: Mathematical Framework of Three Dimensional Object Segmentation
K.Okajima and M.Miyashita
NEC Corp., Japan

SB2-02 Backward Neural Connection Model of the Visual Cortex II: Application to Figure-background Discrimination Problem and Representation of Three Dimensional Object Shape
M.Miyashita and K.Okajima
NEC Corp., Japan

SB2-03 Sensory-Motor Fusion Model with Neural Networks
D.Masumoto and S.Nagata
Fujitsu Ltd., Japan

SB2-04 Two-stage Motion Energy Model for Area MT with Local Feedback
NEC Corp., Japan

SB2-05 Noisy Dynamics and Biocomputing with Nonequilibrium Neural Networks
Scientific Res. Center Vidhuk, Ukraine

SB2-06 A Synergetic Multilevel Artificial Brain for Pattern Recognition/Neurocontrol
J.-C. Chen
National Yunlin Inst. of Tech., Taiwan

SB2-07 Associative Memory with Many-to-many Correspondence
Toshiba Corp., Japan

SB2-08 Spatio - temporal Dynamic Structures in a Medium of Coupled Neuron-like Molecular Elements for Designing Decision Making Systems
Inst. of Applied Physics, Russia

SB2-09 Selforaganization of Constraints to Control Recall and Learning in Brains: A Model Approach
E.Koerner*1, H.Tsujino*1, U.Koerner*2, T.Matsutani*1 and S.Nagai*2
1* Honda R&D Co. Ltd., Japan
2* Kanazawa Inst. of Tech., JAPAN

SB2-10 A Digital Neural Network Hardware Based on SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) Architecture and Its Acceleration-Ratio Evaluation
M.Yasunaga*1 and T.Ochiai*2
1* University of Tsukuba, Japan
2* Hitachi Microcomputer System Ltd., Japan

SB2-11 Analog Electronic Neuro-chip Sets with On-chip Learning Capability
Y.K.Choi, J. Cho, and S-Y.Lee
Korea Advanced Inst. of Sci. and Tech., South Korea

Oral Session (3)

A3-01 Transfer of Functionally Modified Bacteriorhodopsins into Technical Applications
Philipps Universit閣 Marburg, Germany

A3-02 Molecular Photodiode and Scanning Probe Microscopes
Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Japan

A3-03 Fabrication and Characterization of Organic Epitaxial Films
The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

A3-04 Molecular Electronics Using an Artificial Flavocytochrome c
S.Nishikawa, S.Ueyama, M.Miyamoto,T.Ogama, and S.Isoda
Mitsubishi Elec. Corp., Japan

A3-05 Non-linear Oscillation System Using Electropolymerized Polypyrrole
Y.Sugiyama,M.Iseki,M.Ikematsu, and T.Sekiguchi
Sanyo Electric. Co., Ltd., Japan

A3-06 Mesoscopic Processes in Biocomputing: The Role of Randomness and Determinism
Wayne State Univ., USA

B3-01 A Theory of the Cerebral Cortex
HNC Software Inc., USA

B3-02 The Gabor-type Receptive Field of a Visual Cortical Neuron Extracts: The Maximum Information from Input Local Images
NEC Corp., Japan

B3-03 A Simulation System for Large Scale Neural Networks - Towards the Development of a Brain-like Computer -
M.Ichikawa,Y.Shigematsu, and G.Matsumoto
Electrotechnical Lab., Japan

B3-04 Adaptive Analog VLSI Circuits for Modelling Primate Saccadic Eye Movements
T.K.Horiuchi and C.Koch
Calofornia Inst. of Tech., USA

B3-05 Hybrid Insect Robot
Y.Kuwana,I.Shimoyama, and H.Miura
The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan