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    Chemistry of Materials Area

    Professor YAMASHITA Hiromi   Associate Professor MORI Kohsuke   Assistant Professor KUWAHARA Yasutaka
    The research projects are mainly focused on the design of “Nano-Size Controlled Eco-Materials”, including photocatalysts・photo-functional materials・environmental catalysts・nano-catalysts in the search for development of clean energy and establishment of cost-saving environmental purification processes. For example, solar light sensitive TiO2 photocatalysts and photo-functional materials designed using micro- and meso-pores are being explored with the atomic and molecular level control.

    Interface Science and Technology Area

    Professor TANAKA Toshihiro   Associate Professor KATSUYAMA Shigeru   Associate Professor SUZUKI Masanori
    Our purpose is to create “a studio to design future society” based on research and development of metallurgy. We focus on evaluating interfacial behavior and related physical properties of materials, such as: Interfacial property measurement at International Space Station, Physical Properties of Liquid Metals for 3D Metal Printing, Structural Analyses of Complicated Materials by Synchrotron Light Sources, Physical Properties of Magma for Volcano Prevision, Neural Network Computation to Evaluate Properties of Multi-substances, and so on.

    Materials Processing and Metallurgy Subarea

    Professor TAKEUCHI Eiichi   Associate Professor ONO Hideki   Assistant Professor KONISHI Hirokazu
    Recent rapid increase in the consumption of both the mineral and fossil resources accelerates their own draining, which causes a global anxiety for the sustainable economic growth.
    The manufacturing processes consuming these resources have been expected to be responsible for the saving energy and the emission control by technological innovation.
    Our mission is to strengthen the research foundation of new process metallurgy for both 1) the base metal production such as steel , and 2) the rare earth metal recycle inevitable for the high functional materials.
    Fundamental researches are being conducted for the process development and innovation from the view point of the highest quality and the highest productivity in processing taking account of the resource, the energy and the environment issues.


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