Tohoku University. Research Profiles

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Novel CoCr-based superelastic metallic biomaterial with low Young's modulus XU Xiao (Assistant Professor)
Bio-inspired engineering for energy and biological applications ABE Hiroya (Assistant Professor)
Advanced Nanotechnology for Critical metal free secondary battery HONMA Itaru (Professor)
Next-generation Technology Development of High-efficient Utilization of Valuable Elements Shigeru Suzuki (Professor)
Electronic properties of nanostructures and nanodevices OTSUKA Tomohiro (Associate Professor)
Multi-functionalization of composite materials by microstructure design KURITA Hiroki (Assistant Professor)
Performance enhancement and application development of energy harvesting materials by microstructure design NARITA Fumio (Professor)
Fabrication of The Novel Designed Nanodrugs Composed of Poorly Water-Soluble Compounds KASAI Hitoshi (Professor)
Spintronics device FUKAMI Shunsuke (Professor)
Vacuum Engineering of Solid-Liquid Interfaces and its Process Applications MATSUMOTO Yuji (Professor)
Low temperature reforming of hydrocarbons using metal oxide nanoparticles synthesized by supercritical method ADSCHIRI Tadafumi (Professor)
Development of Soft Magnetic Materials and Magnet Consisting of Complete Rare-Earth Free Elements Both with Ultimately-High-Efficient Types Contributing to Energy- and Resource-Saving by Precise Controlling their Nanostructures MAKINO Akihiro (Professor)
Developing energy creation and saving materials OMATA Takahisa (Professor)
Hydrogen embrittlement of high strength steels AKIYAMA Eiji (Professor)
Design, fabrication and test of high performance miniaturized sensor and actuator systems FROEMEL Joerg (Associate Professor)
Oxide Electronics FUKUMURA Tomoteru (Professor)
Development of the cyclotron accelerator and its application ITOH Masatoshi (Professor)
Peptide formation under high P and T conditions: new carbon fibers KAKEGAWA Takshi (Professor)
Chemical imaging devices which operate in severe environments MUTO Izumi (Professor)
Neutron scattering study on macroscopic quantum phenomena SATO Taku J (Professor)