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Abe Lab

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Koji Abe, Assoc. Prof.

Synthesis of oxide semiconductors from aqueous solution and their application

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Ichimura-Kato Lab

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Masaya Ichimura, Prof.
Masashi Kato, Assoc. Prof.

We are researching on semiconductors for solar cells, power devices, artificial photosynthesis, and so on.

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Egawa・Kubo Lab

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Takashi Egawa, Prof.
Toshiharu Kubo, Assist. Prof.

・GaN power device on Si
・GaN LED and solar cell on Si
・Graphene on Si

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Soga-Kishi-Kato Lab

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Tetsuo Soga, Prof.
Naoki Kishi, Assoc. Prof.
Shinya Kato, Assist. Prof.

・Organic and inorganic next generation
solar cells (T. Soga)
・Fabrication and characterization of flexible
energy harvesting devices (N. Kishi)
・Preparation of the next generation silicon
crystalline solar cells (S. Kato)

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Makoto Miyoshi’s Lab

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Makoto Miyoshi, Prof.

We are engaging in R&D on nitride semiconductors and nano-carbon materials for the purpose of contributing to the global issues on energy and environment.

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Yasuda-Niraula Lab

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Kazuhito Yasuda, Prof.
Madan Niraula, Assoc. Prof.

・MOVPE growth of II-VI compound
semiconductors and evaluation
・Development of highly efficient, large-area
X-ray, gamma ray imaging detectors
using MOVPE-grown CdTe on Si substrates

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Wakejima Lab (Compound Semiconductor Device Lab)

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Akio Wakejima, Assoc. Prof.

・GaN Power Device
・Microwave Devices
・Wireless Power Transfer

Iwasaki Lab

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Makoto Iwasaki, Prof.
Kenta Seki, Assoc. Prof.
Yoshihiro Maeda, Assoc. Prof.

Mechatronic systems and motion control techniques for collaborative R/D with industries

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Kosaka Lab

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Takashi Kosaka, Prof.

I am working on the research and development of the high efficiency-small size-light weight-motor for HV and EV drives toward the low-carbon society.

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Takeshita Kitagawa Lab

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Takaharu Takeshita, Prof.
Wataru Kitagawa, Assoc. Prof.

・Power Electronics and Electromagnetic Analysis
・Control of Power Converter
・Characteristic Analysis for
Electromagnetic Machinery

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Power System Lab

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Mutsumi Aoki, Prof.

Studies on the management and control of the next-generation power system and electrical installation for a sustainable society

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Mizuno Lab

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Yukio Mizuno, Prof.

・Fault diagnosis of electric apparatus
・Reliability evaluation of electrical insulating
materials
・Application of high voltage technology
・Quantification of power frequency magnetic
field

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Morita & Sato Lab

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Yoshifumi Morita, Prof.
Noritaka Sato, Assoc. Prof.

Challenge for creating new technologies for human friendly support, such as rehabilitation support, medical support, tele-operation support for rescue robot

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Yasui Lab

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Shinji Yasui, Assoc. Prof.

・Atmospheric pressure plasma application
technology
・Lightning protection of power system
For contributing to recycling society and
electromagnetic environment.

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Iwanami Lab(Digital communications Lab)

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Yasunori Iwanami, Prof.

Our main research themes are wireless communication schemes such as efficient error correction codes and MIMO transmissions.

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Wang & Anzai Lab

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Jianqing Wang, Prof.
Daisuke Anzai, Assist. Prof.

Our laboratory focuses on research on human body area communications (PHY layer) and corresponding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) issue.

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Eiji Okamoto Lab

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Eiji Okamoto, Assoc. Prof.

Researches on the next generation smart wireless communications such as mobile communication, satellite communication, free space optics, and low-latency transmission for autonomous driving.

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Kikuma Lab

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Nobuyoshi Kikuma, Prof.

I am doing research on smart antennas for realization of high-speed and high-quality radio communications, and high-sensitivity and high-resolution radio sensors.

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Sakakibara Lab

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Kunio Sakakibara, Prof.

Millimeter-wave printed and waveguide planar antennas are in the development for future self-driving cars and 5G mobile communication systems.

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Hirata & Ito Lab

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Akimasa Hirata, Prof.
Takahiro Ito, Assoc. Prof.

Our main interest is in the investigation between the human body and electromagnetic fields. The finding contributes to the electromagnetic environments as well as medical applications.

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Hirayama Lab

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Hiroshi Hirayama, Assoc. Prof.

・RF energy application
(Wireless Power Transfer, RF heating)
・Coupling problem between electromagnetic
field and circuit (EMC, Antenna)
・Propagation analysis, measurement and
visualization technology of electro-magnetic
field

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Electromagnetic Research Group

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Hiroki Wakatsuchi, Assoc. Prof.

  • Electromagnetic Materials
  • Metamaterials
  • Metasurfaces

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Tomohiro Hayashi Lab

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Tomohiro Hayashi, Assoc. Prof.

・von Neumann algebra
・C*algebra
・functional analysis

Hirasawa Lab

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Mikami Hirasawa, Prof.

・ Topology
・ Knot theory
・ figures in 3D and 4D

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Mechanical Engineering

Ishino & Saiki Lab

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Yojiro Ishino, Prof.
Yu Saiki, Assist. Prof.

Combustion technologies of carbon fiber combustion, gas-turbine & rocket combustors, etc. for sustainable environment. Cutting -edge combustion measurements. Invention of novel rotational engines. Maker-motivated laboratory, holding Guinness world record.

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Engine Combustion Lab

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Masahiro Furutani, Prof.

Research in our Combustion Engine Laboratory has focused mainly on trying to understand pre-flame reaction mechanisms of low temperature compression ignition in homogeneous-charge compression ignition engine and hyper lean natural gas-hydrogen dual fueled engines. Recently, we have also started to examine high-voltage electric fields effects on a spark ignition and pre-chamber combustion engines.

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Convection Lab

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Oaki Iida, Assoc. Prof.

Numerical simulations on convective turbulent heat and momentum transfer, especially on bypass transition of boundary layer and interaction of turbulence with inertial waves and internal gravity waves.

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Heat Transfer Lab

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Masato Tagawa, Prof.
Tomoya Houra, Assoc. Prof.

・Experimental and numerical analysis of
turbulent transport phenomena
・Visualization techniques for heat and fluid flows
・Thermo-fluid engineering for micrometeorology

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Rotating Fluid Machine Lab

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Yoichi Tsuchida, Assoc. Prof.

To develop an accurate centrifugal classifier as the application of almost rigidly rotating flow (for example ocean on earth ) well-known in geophysical and rotating fluid dynamics to particle technology

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Environmental Fluids Lab

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Yutaka Hasegawa, Prof.
Tatsuo Ushijima, Assoc. Prof.

Our research aims are at
— Improvement/protection of human
environment and
— Promotion of renewable energy
such as wind power,
based on fluids engineering.

Flow Design Lab

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Yohei Morinishi, Prof.
Shinji Tamano, Assoc. Prof.
Toru Yamada, Assist. Prof.

Our research interests are in fluid engineering at different length scales across the macro- and micro-scopic ranges via both experimental and numerical approaches.

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T. Ito Lab

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Toshihiro Ito, Assoc. Prof.

・Ultrasonic non-destructive evaluation
・Ultrasonic wave propagation analysis
・Nonlinear ultrasonic

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Material Strength Lab

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Shoji Kamiya, Prof.
Hayato Izumi, Assist. Prof.

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Shock and Wave Lab

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Masahiro Nishida, Assoc. Prof.

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Functional Fluid Lab

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Yasushi Ido, Prof.
Yuhiro Iwamoto, Assist. Prof.

Experimental and numerical researches on damping, energy conversion, and heat and mass transfer using electromagnetic functional fluids/materials

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Fujii Lab

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Ikuya Fujii, Assist. Prof.

Machine Element Lab

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Masaya Hagiwara, Prof.

Research on the design and manufacturing of threaded connections to boost the reliability of mechanical system including International standardization.

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Forming Process Lab

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Kazuhiko Kitamura, Prof.
Takehito Makino, Assoc. Prof.

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Tribology & Machining Lab

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Takashi Nakamura, Prof.
Fumihiro Itoigawa, Prof.
Shinya Hayakawa, Assoc. Prof.

・Development of high precision and high
efficient machining
・Study on fabrication of tribologically-functional
surfaces and its application

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Mechanical Systems Control Lab

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Manabu Yamada, Prof.
Tatushi Ooba, Assist. Prof.

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Mechatronics Lab

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Naoki Mizuno, Prof.

In my laboratory, the adaptive control algorithms for unknown systems, advanced systems for ships and robots are investigated.

Robotics Lab

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Akihito Sano, Prof.
Yoshihiro Tanaka, Assoc. Prof.

On the basis of mechanical mechanisms on humans, we have developed passive walking or running robots and haptic devices, and these applications for many indutries like manufacturing, medical and welfare.

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Virtual Reality & Mechatronics Lab

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Masamichi Sakaguchi, Assoc. Prof.

We’re studying about various systems from both sides of software and hardware. For example, haptic interface, rehabilitation assist, skill training, et al.

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Biomechanics Lab

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Masanori Nakamura, Prof.
Shukei Sugita, Assoc. Prof.

The aim of our Lab. is to elucidate mechanisms of biological functions and structure for development of their applications in engineering and medical fields.

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Sports Bimomechics Lab

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Toshiaki Wasaka, Assoc. Prof.

The research topic of my laboratory is to elucidate the human sensorimotor function for application to the field of engineering.

Elementary Particles Theory Lab

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Kei Ito

Iwashita Lab

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Hirokazu Iwashita, Assoc. Prof.

Ohashi Lab

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Ohashi Misa, Assoc. Prof.

On geometrical structures related to mechanics.

Saeki Lab

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Akihiro Saeki, Assoc. Prof.

Suzuki Lab

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Masahiro Suzuki, Assoc. Prof.

Nonlinear partial differential equations arising in plasma
physics and semiconductor engineering are investigated mathematically.

Nakamura Lab

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Yoshihiro Nakamura, Assoc. Prof.

Eco-car Lab

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Katsuhiro Asano, Prof.

Advanced Eco-car Technologies in Cooperation with Automobile Companies
・Electric Power Train & Charging System
・Reconfiguration Batteries
・Intelligent Tire

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