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  • Properties of Structural and Functional Materials Area


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    Purification and Synthesis of Materials Area

    Lattice Defects and Crystal Plasticity Area

    Professor YASUDA Hiroyuki   Associate Professor NAGASE Takeshi   Assistant Professor CHO Ken
    Plasticity of crystalline materials such as metals and ceramics depend strongly on behavior of lattice defects such as dislocations and grain boundaries. We aim to develop and design the advanced structural and functional materials such as heat resistant alloys, permanent magnets, superelastic alloys and metallic glass by controlling lattice defects in nano- and micro-scale.

    Crystals Growth Engineering and Science Area

    Professor FUJIWARA Yasufumi   Associate Professor TATEBAYASHI Jun   Assistant Professor KOJIMA Takanori
    For the purpose of creation of new quantum functional materials that put the realization of large-scale information society friendly to the environment, we have investigated the manufacturing and control of microstructures in semiconductors, "bottom-up control of materials function”. For example, the thin-film crystal growth technique which is controlled at the atomic level can realize effective quantum size effects, and can make different color laser diodes and light emitting diodes, and ultrafast transistors. Also, by manipulating impurities having a function in semiconductors, it can enhance its functionality to the limit.


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