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    Technology Design Area(Kurashiki and Hanaki Laboratory)

    Associate Professor KURASHIKI Tetsusei   Assistant Professor MUKOYAMA Kazutaka    Visiting Associate Professor HANAKI Koushu   Specially Appointed Professor  ISHIMARU Hiroshi
    For mechanical production in various fields, such as bio engineering, energy and environment, electronics and disaster mitigation and risks, computer simulation technology as well as experimental method, are studied and educated in our chair. Last topics of research is development of numerical simulator for mechanical property of advanced composite materials, acetabular reconstruction cages made of composite material, and Disaster Mitigation in Urban Areas.

    Technology Design Area(Uenishi Laboratory)

    Professor UENISHI Keisuke
    Roles and Directions of the Process Design Group
    ・ Cultivating the capability to exercise leadership in production and manufacturing from various aspects
    ・ Tackling anticipated technical subjects by viewing future social needs
    ・ Challenging specific innovations in materials and processes necessary for the future environmental age

    Research Topics
    High-density packaging techniques for electronic equipments
    ・ Development of low temperature packaging process.
    ・ Investigation of Electro-migration mechanism in solder joints
    ・ Mechanism for emerging conductivity in conductive adhesive
    ・ System design for system in package and energy system

    Product design and business strategies to combine products with service
    ・ Architecture of products to maximize Product Service System
    ・ Platform strategies to enhance outer network effects.
    ・ Corporate strategies and activities to achieve Open Innovation

    Technology Design Area(Mori Laboratory)

    Associate Professor MORI Hiroaki
    Based on scientific knowledge related to the fundamental production technologies of welding and joining, we make full use of microstructural analysis techniques and welding dynamics numerical simulations in the development new production processes.

    Technology Design Area(Ohmura Laboratory)

    Professor OHMURA Etsuji
    Laser processing mechanisms are examined by a theoretical analysis of the phenomena considering both the laser beam and material and then comparing with experimental results. Taking into account these results, the processing results can be predicted, optimum processing conditions will be searched, and innovative processing methods will be developed. We call such a laser processing "intelligent laser processing", and are currently making earnest efforts to study the applications.


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