Tohoku University. Research Profiles


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[coincidence site lattice boundary]

Suppression of Intergranular Degradation of Polycrystalline Materials by Grain Boundary Engineering SATO Yutaka (Professor)


New Developments in Bone Regenerative Therapy KAMAKURA Shinji (Professor)

[combinatorial synthesis]

Synthesis of Biologically Active Cyclodepsipeptide Natural Products DOI Takayuki (Professor)


A Comparative Semantic Analysis of English and Japanese ONO Naoyuki (Professor)

[communication skill training]

Changing Corporate In-Service Training NAKAJIMA Taira (Associate Professor)

[complex flow]

Measurement-Integrated Simulation to Analyze Complex Flows HAYASE Toshiyuki (Professor)

[composite crystals]

Development of Potential Thermoelectric Materials MIYAZAKI Yuzuru (Professor)

[computational simulation]

Biomodel for Development of Endovascular Treatment OHTA Makoto (Professor)
Material Design for Solution of Energy and Environmental Problems by Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale Simulation KUBO Momoji (Professor)


[Cold spray]

Innovative Preparing and Thick Coating Technique without Heat Affected Zone and Phase Transformation OGAWA Kazuhiro (Professor)

[Colorectal Cancer]

Regulation of ABC Transporters in Colorectal Cancer NAKAYAMA Keiko (Professor)

[Column Support System]


Identification of Ignition and Combustion Characteristics by a Micro Flow Rector with a Temperature Gradient MARUTA Kaoru (Professor)

[Complex System]

Brainmorphic Computing Hardware HORIO Yoshihiko (Professor)


Development of High Performance Carbon Nanotube-Alumina Composite HASHIDA Toshiyuki (Professor)

[Compound optimization]

Development of PHD-Targeted Drug for Ischemic Injury MIYATA Toshio (Professor)

[Compound Semiconductor]

Development of Compound Semiconductor Radiation Detectors HITOMI Keitaro (Associate Professor)

[Compton Camera]

Development of Compound Semiconductor Radiation Detectors HITOMI Keitaro (Associate Professor)

[Compton Scattering ]

Visualization of Electron Motion in Matter by Means of Electron Compton Scattering TAKAHASHI Masahiko (Professor)

[Computer Architectures]

High Performance Computer Architectures and their Applications KOBAYASHI Hiroaki (Professor)