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    Environmental Materials Area[Joining and Welding Research Institute]

    Associate Professor KIRIHARA Soshu
    Earth Implants were investigated and developed successfully from Relict Resources by using 3D Printing processes. Relict Resources of industrial byproducts are difficult to reuse or recycle. Shells, ash or slag are stale materials and increasing these amounts without chemical reactions or physical collapses. In 3D Printing, cross sectional patterns were stacked up to create solid structures. Earth Implants with geometrical patterns will control energies and materials flow in natural fields.

    Smart Green Processing Area [Joining and Welding Research Institute]

    Associate Professor NISHIKAWA Hiroshi
    The aim of this laboratory is to develop environmentally conscious smart technology to reduce the environmental impact of manufacturing. In particular, this research focuses on the substitution of materials used in electronics assembly with non-toxic eco-materials and on the enhancement of the reliability of fine-pitch high-density packaging.

    Quantum Beam Material Process Engineering Area [The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor YOSHIDA Yoichi   Associate Professor HONDA Yoshihide   Associate Professor YANG Jinfeng   Assistant Professor KONDO Takafumi   Assistant Professor KAN Koichi
    In the Quantum Beam Material Process Engineering Area, to achieve ultimate nanofabrication, the quantum-beam-induced ultrafast phenomena of materials have been investigated using femtosecond pulse radiolysis and a time-resolved electron microscope.

    Applied Laser Engineering Area [Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor SARUKURA Nobuhiko   Assistant Professor SHIMIZU Toshihiko
    Our research themes are aimed at developing new optical materials useful in both science and engineering. With the use of lasers and spectroscopy techniques, we investigate the optical properties of different materials.
    We also implement other experimental and theoretical investigations
    regarding these materials with various collaborators both inside and outside Japan. Our studies on short-wavelength light-emitting materials have led to the advancement of new applications and next-generation industries.

    Laser Energy Engineering Area [Institute of Laser Engineering]

    Professor NORIMATSU Takayoshi   Associate Professor NAGATOMO Hideo   Assistant Professor YAMANOI Kohei
    We are engaged in research into laser fusion as a future principal energy source.
    Our research includes laser plasma diagnostics, implosion physics, and the simulation of fuel pellets and their injection, power plant design, and safety.
    Additionally, we study the interaction of radiation with optical materials in view of their application to radiation detectors, scintillators and fusion materials.


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