Introduce experienced teachers

HOME > Faculty staffs

en510x70-tai_04.jpg

i-sukel.gif

ph90x100a-furue.jpg

Associate professor

Hirokazu Furue

01_Liquid Crystal Materials

“Liquid Crystal” is an attractive material because of both characteristics of fluidity as liquid and anisotropy as crystal. Liquid crystal is widely applied to the display devices, and further, is well known to strongly relate to the living body. Our research covers a wide range of the physical properties in liquid crystal over the academic science to the practical technology. Liquid crystal often shows a mystical world. Would you explore the mysteries of “liquid crystal” together with us?

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-tamura.jpg

Associate professor

Ryuji Tamura

02_Metal Engineering

Materials are indispensable for the development of science and technology. Recently, a rapid progress has been made in the materials design based on atom or molecular level. On the other hand, however, the world of the materials science is still a vast frontier and its progress is a never ending story: Discoveries of new materials, which have never been even dreamed of, are taking place every year in the world. Let’s explore this exciting materials world thorough the design, creation, and fundamental understanding of materials.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-takanashi.jpg

Professor

Yoshifumi Takanashi

03_Semiconductor Devices

The development of the information and communication technologies brings a change in the industrial structure and, up to the present, it penetrates into a familiar life. For technological innovation required in this way, semiconductor material and device technologies make the core. Particularly, (1) transistors operating at high-speed and high-frequency and (2) optoelectronic devices including the semiconductor laser are expected as devices indispensable in building an advanced system.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-iida.jpg

Professor

Tsutomu Iida

04_Environmentally-benign semiconductor material engineering

It is crucial that we develop appropriate energy conversion materials to avoid the effects of global warming and to prevent us leaving a negative legacy to the next generations. We must therefore expedite the manufacture of environmentally friendly materials for low-load energy conversion applications using environmentally low-load production procedures.“The future must be wonderful”.Such a strong statement is a source of motivation toward making these improvements.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-matsumoto.jpg

Professor

Mutsuyoshi Matsumoto

05_Molecular Assembly Material

Nanoscience and technology enables us to synthesize and assemble nanostructured materials that are not realized using the existing technologies. In particular, bottom-up technologies allowing for producing functional materials by assembling atoms and molecules as designed help us develop energy-saving and environmentally friendly processes. Our laboratory aims to fabricate organic materials with designed structures and functions using bottom-up technologies.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-kikuchi.jpg

Professor

Akihiko Kikuchi

06_Biomaterials Science and Technology

Biomedical materials have been developing to maintain and/or enhance the quality of life (QOL) of the people living in the "Super-aging society". To create new sustainable materials, it is necessary to face with wide range of knowledge in both materials and the living systems and also the pliable idea. Let's come and work together to create unique materials for biomedical fields.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-yasumori.jpg

Professor

Atsuo Yasumori

07_Inorganic Glass Materials Engineering

Professional original is my "glass" material, but it extends the research on the material to be expressing a function in light recently. There is also a "material shining" the Earth was created in it. For example, minerals naturally occurring named Kay zinc ore, shines in a beautiful green when irradiated with ultraviolet light. Material made ​​to artificially this mineral is widely used in plasma display currently. While got the information from the "gift of the earth", with the aim of creation of material that more excellent as this.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-nishio.jpg

Professor

Keishi Nishio

08_Ceramic Materials Science and Technology

Materials and many other things that were artificially created and those that exist in nature, but it is material at the moment when I thought people would try to use something in this material. The basic thing to study the material is (material) making. Things in everyday life has been made ​​by all material. You hope you embrace and enjoy the various properties of the material that he has personally made ​​and the fun make things.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-koyanagi.jpg

Professor

Jyun Koyanagi

09_Composite Materials

It is close to the laboratory, which specializes in construction materials and material mechanics in the Department of Mechanical Engineering among the most material engineering. It can not respond in a narrow range of knowledge in the society from which to borderless. I think we have the sophistication of materials engineering in general, and want to contribute to society through the development of human resources with a flexible thinking and above all engineers, skilled in the design and structural analysis.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-mukogo.jpg

Professor

Yasuo Kogo

10_Materials for advanced mechanical systems

We studied the material used to make the mechanical structure. I went to a research center space equipment, heat-resistant composite materials used in aerospace plane engine in the future, among others. At present, we have begun to study with the aim of application to a wider range of mechanical systems as micromachine.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-ishiguro.jpg

Professor

Takashi Ishiguro

11_Nano-materials-system engineering

I think you know that diamond, carbon nanotubes, and charcoal such as Binchotan are composed of the same carbon atom. In order to produce a necessary function, you will need to design the arrangement of the atoms and their shape. In our study, we treat materials on a nanoscale and create an atom’s structure. What is the appropriate form at that time? …Role model is in the nature. Nature world is a hierarchy itself.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-soga.jpg

Professor

Kohei Soga

12_Photonic Materials

It is to show us the face of each of its sides every various aspects to be "try to turn off" the material or substance, the fun of Materials Science and Engineering, fun is to assemble the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle of a single one of them in, I think is that I try to draw a real image of substances and materials that do not come visible on the surface. I I wish to make it shared with my students through lectures and research, such a fun.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-ando.jpg

Professor

Masaumi Ando

X線光学・X線画像工学

My research is the development of optical systems using X-ray. It is the development of non-destructive method of drawing material and internal evaluation semiconductor single crystal of Si, and GaAs as an application. 6-7 years, we have focused on drawing by refraction principle that enhances the drawing function with the goal of early diagnosis of articular cartilage disorder and early diagnosis of breast cancer. It was also new algorithms developed for obtaining the CT image. You have to look forward to and research Students aiming to establish X-ray pathology and clinical research in the future.

LinkIconClick here for information

ph90x100a-watanabe.jpg

Assistant professor

Satoshi Watanabe

05_Molecular Assembly Material

ph90x100a-aso.jpg

Assistant professor

Takaaki Aso

06_Biomaterials Science and Technology

ph90x100a-yanagida.jpg

Assistant professor

Sayaka Yanagida

07_Inorganic Glass Materials Engineering

ph90x100a-hyodo.jpg

Assistant professor

Hiroshi Hyodo

12_Photonic Materials

ph90x100a-hirayama.jpg

Assistant professor

Naomi Hirayama

04_Environmentally-benign semiconductor material engineering

ph90x100a-ishikawa.jpg

Assistant professor

Masashi Ishikawa

10_Materials for advanced mechanical systems

ph90x100a-harumoto.jpg

Assistant professor

Takashi Harumoto

11_Nano-materials-system engineering

c2x2-toumei.gif

連携大学院方式による大学院客員教授 (※は副指導教員)

有機材料工学

 客員教授

 前田瑞夫

 バイオ材料工学(理化学研究所)

 教授※

 松本 睦良

システム材料・複合材料工学

 客員教授

 八田 博志

 複合材料工学(耐熱基複合材料(宇宙航空研究開発機構)

 教授※

 向後 保雄

半導体材料工学

 客員教授

 秋本 良一

 超高速光半導体工学(産業技術総合研究所)

 教授※

 高梨 良文

材料プロセス工学

 客員教授

 大久保 忠勝

 ナノ組織材料工学(物質・材料研究機構)

 教授※

 石黒 孝

c2x2-toumei.gif