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＜About the presentation＞
■Speaker：Fawzan Sigma Aurum
The United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Gifu University D3
■Title：Do you know where your coffee comes from?
Coffee from a specific origin can be significantly more expensive than ordinary coffee. However, determining coffee origin is difficult for both the industry and consumers. Coffee of a particular origin has a unique biochemical compound which contributes to its unique taste and aroma. Therefore, my research attempted to determine the origin of coffee samples by identifying and using this unique biochemical signature.
Department of Electronics, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University D3
■Title：Thermally assisted magnetic random-access memory
Random access memory (RAM) is a form of computer memory, which allows data to be read or written almost simultaneously. Dynamic RAM (DRAM) is mainly used as a main memory, but the power consumption troubles the further application on edge devices for the Internet of Things society. On the other hand, Magnetic RAM (MRAM) is considered as a promising replacement due to the low power consumption. However, its memory density cannot compete with DRAM. In this study, the thermally assisted method was used to promote the memory density of MRAM.