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    Applied Materials- and Bio- Science Division

    Professor MITSUOKA Kaoru
    We use electron microscopes to determine the high-resolution structures of bio-molecular complexes. The determined structures can be used to understand the functions of the complexes at molecular and atomic levels for their applications. In addition, we develop the methods for high-resolution structural analysis by ultra-high voltage and cryo-electron microscopy to their wide applications by many researchers.

    Department of Nanocharacterization for Nanostructures and Functions[Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor TAKEDA Seiji   Associate Professor YOSHIDA Hideto   Assistant Professor KAMIUCHI Naoto   Assistant Professor ASO Ryotaro
    It is crucial to characterize both the fabrication processes and the properties of nanomaterials and devices at real environments. We have been developing electron microscopy techniques for the purposes. High-resolution environmental transmission electron microscopy (ETEM) now allows us to observe various dynamic phenomena in-situ and at atomic scale. With the experimental technique, we aim at creating novel nanostructures and investigating the structures and properties of the nanostructures in real environment for further progress on materials science and technology to the future.

    Department of Advanced Hard Materials[Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor SEKINO Tohru   Associate Professor TANE Masakazu   Assistant Professor GOTO Tomoyo   Assistant Professor CHO Sung Hun
    This laboratory is carrying out next-generation materials research and development of ceramics, metals and related materials from crosscutting point of view. The subject covers crystal structures, nano to macro scale hierarchical structural design and process control, fusion of various functions, and fundamental understanding of materials characteristics for advanced hard and nanostructured materials. Our emphasis is placed also on the practical application of developed materials and technologies as the key components for various devices and instruments, next generation biocompatible, environmental and energy systems, all which are the strongly demanded materials technologies to solve crucial problems arising in our society.

    Design and Mechanics for Joining and Welding Laboratory[Joining and Welding Research Institute]

    Professor MINAMI Fumiyoshi   Assistant Professor TAKASHIMA Yasuhito
    This department focuses on the development of a procedure for fitness-for-service assessment, in particular fracture assessment of metallic structures constructed by joining & welding.


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