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    Intelligent Manufacturing Process Area

    Professor HIROSE Akio   Associate Professor SANO Tomokazu   Assistant Professor MATSUDA Tomoki
    Manufacturing requires addition of characteristics suitable for the target structures or products. Intelligent processing engineering, combining both functionalization of materials and intelligent processing, is necessary for the purpose. Our laboratory study the systematization of the engineering based on the materials science and physics of materials processing. While the targets range from electronic parts to automobiles, we have succeeded in optimizing the characteristics regardless of size by utilizing microstructural analysis and the controlling for the surface or interface at the nanoscales.

    Material Joining Process Area

    Professor SAIDA Kazuyoshi    Associate Professor OGURA Tomo
    To advance the material science research in welding/joining, 1) Clarifying the multi-scale material behaviors for visualization comprehension with atomistic approach, 2) Evolving the interfacial bonding for material science approach to advanced materials & processes, 3) Promoting the collaborative research in material mechanics process for comprehension & prediction of welding/joining phenomena.
    Our mission is to systematize the “Processing Metallurgy” for optimizing the welding/joining/repair/maintenance processes.

    Physics of Materials Processing Area

    Professor ASAI Satoru   Assistant Professor NOMURA Kazufumi   Assistant Professor OGINO Yosuke
    Our research group develops the frontier of materials processing to realize innovative manufacturing systems. We particularly emphasize research and development on arc discharge and plasma as promising energy sources for novel materials processing. Undergraduate students, graduate students and numerous collaborators are studying science and technology in interactive projects.

    Novel Joining Area

    Professor ASAI Satoru   Associate Professor YASUDA Kiyokazu   Assistant Professor TAKAHARA Wataru
    For our ecology-oriented future, we are developing hybrid manufacturing processing based on biomimetics, spinning conventional knowledge built up by human beings and wisdom in organisms inherited by natural selection. Among those study is “Chaining” dissimilar materials; heterogeneous materials bonding which integrates the structure and function of advanced materials. For such an achievement by manufacturing processing from atomic & molecular bonding to multi-materials integration, we evolve novel joining technology to revolutionize the future “monodukuri” by making full use of theoretical and experimental approach as well as computer simulation.


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