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Cooperative Research and Development Center for Advanced Materials

TadashiFURUHARA

Head/ Prof.Tadashi FURUHARA

Naoya MASAHASHI

Prof.Naoya MASAHASHI

  • Prof. Takashi GOTO
  • Prof. Koki TAKANASHI
  • Prof. Toyohiko KONNO
  • Prof. Akihiko CHIBA
  • Prof. Kazumasa SUGIYAMA
  • Prof. Akira YOSHIKAWA
  • Prof. Hidemi KATO
  • Assoc. Prof. Kunio YUBUTA
  • Assoc. Prof. Rie UMETSU
  • Assoc. Prof. Satoshi SEMBOSHI
  • Assoc. Prof. Rodion V. BELOSLUDOV
  • Specially Appointed
    Assoc. Prof.
     Hirokazu KATSUI
  • Assist. Prof. Noriharu YODOSHI
  • Assist. Prof. Yan ZHANG

Advanced Materials - Realizing New Technologies for the Future -

This center was established in 1987 as the research center for the development of new advanced materials for the 21st century, reorganized to the current form in 2013. The main purpose of the research in this center is to establish fundamentals and control techniques for creation of new materials, and to seek for the possibility of applying them as materials with superior or multiple functions for high technology, such as materials for energy, materials for environment, structural materials, electronic materials, and materials for information technology.

material-synthesis, microstructure-control, materials-characterization
Single crystals grown by the flux method, (a) ITO and (b) SmB6.

Single crystals grown by the flux method, (a) ITO and (b) SmB6.

SEM image of mono-sized Fe76Si9B10P5 metallic glassy particles with 370 micrometer in diameter prepared by Pulsated Orifice Ejection Method (container-less solidification process).

SEM image of mono-sized Fe76Si9B10P5 metallic glassy particles with 370 micrometer in diameter prepared by Pulsated Orifice Ejection Method (container-less solidification process).

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