Uncovering Electric Properties for the Development of Practical Applications of Polymer Nanocomposites
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Electronic materials/Electric materials,Power engineering/Power conversion/Electric machinery
We do research on substances with a wide band gap, specifically, insulants, derivatives, optical properties of wide gap semiconductors, and electrical properties. The objective of our research is to achieve the transport and use of electric energy which is eco-friendly, and to realize a more sophisticated information society.
This research is fundamental research for uncovering the effects of nano-filler additions on organic polymer dielectric properties. The aim is to realize innovative electric properties through the combination of various organic polymers and inorganic as well as metal nano-fillers.
Our laboratory is conducting the following research aimed at developing practical applications of polymer nanocomposites.
・Controlling insulating and dielectric properties of epoxy resin nanocomposites by inorganic fillers
・Development and fabrication of highly insulating and highly thermally conductive materials suitable for miniaturized power semiconductor module
・Creation of magnetic and dielectric materials tailored to high frequencies
・Miniaturization of electronic devices, insulating properties only for adapting to increased functionalities, and multi-layer printed circuit boards with electrochemical migration resistance properties
・Miniaturization of various information communication terminal antennas which have been miniaturized and have been given wide bands
・Nanocomposite compositions give materials insulating and electrochemical migration resistance properties. Furthermore, multi-layer printed circuit boards with a high thermal conductivity ratio may be fabricated by using fillers having high thermal conductivity ratios.
・By fabricating magnetic nanocomposites, materials can have insulating properties while having a high permeability.
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Sponsord research, Collaboration research, Technical consultation
*Relevant patents transferred to Fuji Electric and Toshiba
■Academic Awards: Many awards including the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ) Fellow; Consortium for Electric Power Technology Achievement Award; Professor Emeritus of Xi’an Jiaotong University; IEEJ Outstanding Achievement Award; IEEJ Fundamentals and Materials Society Special Award, Academic Contribution Award, M.Ieda Memorial Lecture Award; IEEE International Conference on Properties and Applications of Dielectric Materials; IEEJ Senior Member; U.S. IEEE DEIS Whitehead Memorial Award; and IEEJ Technical Committee on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation (TC-DEI) Academic Contribution Award, Ieda Award
- Space charge distribution graph of additive-free polyethylene (left) and MgO filler 5wt% polyethylene with additive (right)
- Migration resistance properties of additive-free epoxy resin (left) and epoxy resin with nano-filler and microfiller additives (SEM image)
- Migration resistance properties of epoxy resin with nano-filler and microfiller additives (space charge distribution graph)
- Electric conductivity rate of epoxy resin sample with iron nanoparticle additive
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