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Functional Uniform Nanoparticles Production and Their Industrial Use MURAMATSU Atsushi (Professor)
Visualization of Electron Motion in Matter by Means of Electron Compton Scattering TAKAHASHI Masahiko (Professor)
Synthesis of Novel Nano-Carbon Materials Using Nano-Space as a Reaction Field KYOTANI Takashi (Professor)
Synthesis and material characterization of new organic ferroelectric materials, molecular semiconductors, molecular magnets. AKUTAGAWA Tomoyuki (Professor)
Hands-On Access Fabrication Facility –Open Facility for MEMS and Semiconductor Prototyping– TOTSU Kentaro (Professor)
Supercritical Hydrothermal Synthesis of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanoparticles ADSCHIRI Tadafumi (Professor)
Development of Compound Semiconductor Radiation Detectors HITOMI Keitaro (Associate Professor)
Development of Nano-Interface Chemistry for Materials Sciences Using Surface Forces Measurement KURIHARA Kazue (Professor)
Theoretical Design of New Materials and Device Functionality based on First-principles Calculations SHIRAI Masafumi (Professor)
Room temperature bonding using thin metal films (Atomic Diffusion Bonding) SHIMATSU Takehito (Professor)
Molecular Dynamics Analysis of Coating and Surface Modification OHARA Taku (Professor)
Suppression of Intergranular Degradation of Polycrystalline Materials by Grain Boundary Engineering SATO Yutaka (Professor)
Joule Heat Welding of Ultrathin Metallic Wires and its Application for Producing Functionality TOHMYOH Hironori (Professor)
Microwave Processing of Functional Inorganic Materials TAKIZAWA Hirotsugu (Professor)
Development of Open Nanoporous Base and Half Metals, Metalloids and their Alloys KATO Hidemi (Professor)
A novel crystal growth via controlling an energy relationship between crystal and melt with applying an electric field UDA Satoshi (Professor)
Analysis and Function Elucidation of Fine Clusters and Defects in Materials Invisible by Electron Microscopy NAGAI Yasuyoshi (Professor)
Study on Phase Change Materials for PCRAM Application SUTOU Yuji (Professor)
Precipitation Hardened Co-based Alloy OMORI Toshihiro (Associate Professor)
Development of Miniature and Highly-Functional Photonic Devices Using Ultrafine Microstructures KANAMORI Yoshiaki (Professor)