Ms. Kayama is an associate at SUGIMURA. Her practice encompasses patent prosecution in the electronics engineering, electrical engineering, optics and software. Ms. Kayama has particular expertise in the areas of optical properties engineering, electromagnetic wave engineering, electromagnetism, quantum device engineering, lightwave electronics, semiconductor physics engineering. She also created several academic papers related to these researches.
Prior to joining SUGIMURA, Ms. Kayama was a researcher for several years at Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, where she made researches of analysis of crystal structure, circuit design of display, characteristic analysis of thin film transistor, applied development of electronic paper. As an inventor, she has created and applied for patent specifications related to these researches, and has several patents related to these researches.
Japan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA)
M.S., Electronic Physics Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University
B.S., Electronic Physics Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University
Patent Prosecution (optical properties engineering, electromagnetic wave engineering, electromagnetism, quantum device engineering, lightwave electronics, semiconductor physics engineering)
-“Experimental and theoretical study on the demolding mechanics in imprint process”, Masayo Kayama, Hiroaki Kawata, Masaaki Yasuda and Yoshihiko Hirai, The 52nd Intern. Conf. on Electron, Ion, Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication, Portland, USA (2008)
-“The Dependence of Demolding Characteristics on Side Wall Roughness of Mold in Thermal Imprint”, Masayo Kayama and Hiroaki Kawata, The transactions of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, A publication of Sensors and Micromachines Society 128(8), 325-330, (2008)
-“InGaAsP / InAlAsP, Evaluation of MQW Layers”, Masayo Kayama and Yuichi Kawamura, The 70th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Applied Physics, Toyama Japan (2009)
-“Optical characterization of InGaAsP/InAlAsP multiple quantum wells grown by MBE for 1 μm wavelength region”, Masayo Kayama and Yuichi Kawamura, 22nd International Conference on Indium Phosphide and Related Materials (IPRM), Pages: 1 – 4, Kagawa Japan (2010)