Takashi Mimura

Fujitsu Laboratories



Mimura was recognized for his invention of high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs) with the 2017 Kyoto Prize. By constraining electrons within an ultrathin layer, HEMTs have contributed to the study of electrons with reduced dimensions.

(Photo: Kyoto Prize Foundation)

  • 2017 Kyoto Prize

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