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Electronic Materials Course

This course trains and develops engineers by providing broad fundamental knowledge and technologies of substances, materials, processing, and instrumentation, which are the foundations of electrical and electronic information engineering. Certificated students can perform active and important roles as practically-minded and creative research-based engineers in the various industrial areas including the electrical and electronic industries, chemical and material industries, the information network area, home information appliances, vehicles, robotics, and medical welfare.

Members

Professor

Mitsuo Fukuda / Atsunori Matsuda / Hironaga Uchida

Associate Professor

Toshiaki Hattori / Yuichi Nakamura  / Takeshi Ishiyama / Lim Pang Boy※1 / Hiroyuki Takagi

Assistant Professor

Go Kawamura / Yuya Ishii / Taichi Goto / Ryo Kato※2

※1:Center for International Education ※2:Cooperative Research Facility Center

 

Laboratories

Photonics Laboratory

Surface plasmon, photonic integrated circuit, OEIC, optical equipment, optical sensing, semiconductor nanostructure, nanowire, transparent conductive film, optical and electronic material, nanofiber

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Spin Electronics Group

Magnetics, artificial magnetic lattice, magnetophotonic crystal, spin, photonics, nanostructure, spintronics, magnonics, spin caloritronics, thermoelectric conversion, plasmonics, magnetic materials

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Advanced Materials Science Laboratory

Sol-gel, mechanical milling, anodization, fuel cells, all-solid-state lithium ion batteries, metal-air batteries, solar cells, superhydrophilic / superhydrophobic, photocatalyst, plasmonic nanoparticles

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Processing and Instrumental Mechanics Laboratory

Nano-composite, functional / structural ceramics, composite particles, discrete element method, finite element method, nano-indentation, superplastic deformation

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Electroanalytical Chemistry Laboratory

Ion sensor, ion imaging, electrochemical device, chemical stimulation, polyelectrolyte, chemical observation, living cells and tissue, bio-friendly system

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