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Advanced Nanocarbon Technology

Outline of Chair

To make research and education concerning nano materials and high-performance functionally intelligent devices.

Research Fields

  1. Electronic and Optical Properties of Dielectric Thin Films.
  2. Surface and interface properties of insulating and semiconducting polymer materials, and their applications as optical and electronic functional materials
  3. Electronic Properties of Compound Semiconductors and their Heterostructures
  4. Electric properties of piezoelectric materials
  5. Sensor Devices Utilizing Quartz Resonator
  6. Development of Magnetic Thin Film Devices, and Applications to High Frequency Power
    Conversion and Information Communication Systems
  7. Magnetic Materials and Their Applications to Spintronics
  8. Preparation and Application of Semiconducting Thin Films
  9. Fabrication and device application of semiconductor and insulator film materials
  10. Electron Transport Properties and Application to Electronic Devices and Energy Engineering on Advanced Materials
  11. Basic Properties of Nanocarbons and Their Electrochemical Applications
  12. Fundamentals and practical application of frontier carbon materials for enegy storage devices
  13. Clarification of new functionalities of advanced electronic materials via structural and electronic state analysis using computational and microscopic methods
  14. Electrochemical Fabvication of Functional Materials
  15. Processing Technologies of Nano Carbon Composites and Forming of Mechanical Microdevices
  16. To investigate the dynamic behavior of linear and nonlinear solids, research and education are carried out with emphasis on computational approaches.
  17. Precision Shape Measurement of 3-D surface
  18. For the purpose of fostering advanced but fundamental scholarship and profound expert
    knowledge, this seminar will be held to carry out exercises concerning the field directly
    related to the tasks for study.
  19. In order to make students participate in seminars with attendance of teaching staff and
    students of the different but related major fields of study invited from the other chairs or other fields so that respective own research can be developed to the other fields other than theparticular major field, this seminar will be held to foster abilities to extend to develop or challenge to the other field.
  20. Under the Chief Guidance Teaching Staff and Vise-Guidance Teaching Staffs, to actively
    make research on the theme of study which is decided through discussion with the Chief
    Guidance Teaching Staff and to make publication (doctoral thesis).
  21. Students may be trained practically in any public agency and business enterprise if effectiveness on education is recognized.

Teaching and Research Faculty

Eiji Itoh   Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Surface and interface properties of insulating and semiconducting polymer materials, and their applications as optical and electronic functional materials

Yoshio Hashimoto   Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Electronic Properties of Compound Semiconductors and their Heterostructures

Noriko Bamba   Associate Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Electric properties of piezoelectric materials

MYO THAN HTAY   Assistant Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Synthesis and Application of Oxide Based Compound Semiconductors for Optoelectronic Devices

Hideaki Ito   Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Sensor Devices Utilizing Quartz Resonator

Toshiro Sato   Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology, Precision Engineering Course for Working Student

Magnetic materials and devices for high frequency power conversion and their application to power electronics

Makoto Sonehara   Associate Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Magnetic materials and devices for high frequency power conversion and their application to power electronics

Xiaoxi Liu   Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Magnetic Materials and Their Applications to Spintronics

Toshinori Taishi   Associate Professor   Microelectronic Device Technology

Growth, evaluations and applications of bulk single crystals

Katsumi Kaneko   Distinguished Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Intrinsic functions of carbon-based nanoporous materials for molecules and ions.

Hiroyuki Muramatsu   Assistant Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Preparation, characterization and electrical application of nano-carbon

Izumi Ichinose   Visiting Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Design of separation functional materials and their application to water treatment systems

Sadaki Samitsu   Visiting Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Micro-structure control and performance evaluation of separation functional materials

Yoshihisa Fujii   Visiting Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Structure and physical property evaluation of carbon-based separation functional materials

Morinobu Endo   Distinguished Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Electron Transport Properties and Application to Electronic Devices and Energy Engineering on Advanced Materials

Kenji Takeuchi   Associate Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Structure Control and Characterizations of New Carbons and Their Applications

Takuya Hayashi   Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Clarification of new functionalities of advanced electronic materials via structural and electronic state analysis using computational and microscopic methods

Kosuke Miyaji   Associate Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Simulations on Scaled Semiconductor Devices and Low Power Circuit Techniques

Susumu Arai   Professor   Nanocarbon Technology

Electrochemical Fabvication of Functional Materials

Koichi Sugimoto   Professor   Mechanical Microdevice Engineering

Processing Technologies of Nano Carbon Composites and Forming of Mechanical Microdevices

Masaki Kameyama   Associate Professor   Mechanical Microdevice Engineering

Analysis, Optimum Design, Control, and Health Monitoring of Composite Structures

Masaomi Nishimura   Senior Assistant Professor   Mechanical Microdevice Engineering

Deformation Analysis on Solid and Composite Materials based on Molecular Dynamics Method

Hirohito Matsuoka   Associate Professor   Mechanical Microdevice Engineering

Precision Shape Measurement of 3-D surface

Hideki Takagi   Visiting Professor   Precision Engineering Course for Working Student

Fabrication Process of Metal, Ceramics, Nano-composite, and Thin-film Materials, and Their Application to Advanced Sensors and Devices

Katsuzo Okada   Adjunct Professor   Precision Engineering Course for Working Student

MEMS Process, Nano-inprint, Fine-precision Technologies, Micro-Thermofulid

Hiroshi Kashima   Visiting Professor   Precision Engineering Course for Working Student

MEMS Process, Nano-inprint, Fine-precision Technologies, Micro-Thermofulid

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