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2012-1029-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Development of cleaning agents for water and soil using inorganic materials

MATSUKATA, Masahiko Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
We have highly economical insolubilization technology for treating polluted soil, and water treatment technology for dealing with all toxic metals.
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2012-0313-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Environmental impact and policy evaluation centering on Asian countries

MATSUOKA, Shunji Professor (Faculty of International Research and Education Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies)
There is a need to grasp each situation from every angle and develop solutions that will allow for the creation of sustainable societies in developing countries while safeguarding the environment. This project will propose methods from among those solutions that utilize the sp...
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2021-0921-07
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Wireless monitoring system for human small signal detection

MIYAKE, Takeo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Information, Production, and Systems)
●  New principle: the parity-time symmetric resonator circuits●  Add a negative resistance to the detection circuit only●  Wireless monitoring of resistance, inductance, and capacitance change 
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2021-0921-06
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Molecule delivering nanotube stamp and stamping system

MIYAKE, Takeo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Information, Production, and Systems)
●  Delivering substances with different sizes, shapes, and charges into cells  ●  We have developed a hybrid nanotube (NT) stamp and its stamping system.  ● The proposed technology can be used for basic and applied research (regenerative medicine,...
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2022-0203-07
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2022/02/03

Method for simultaneously observing atomic and electronic structures by a high-resolution display-type photoelectron analyzer with Spherical micro-hole grid

MIZUNO, Jun Guest Senior Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:室 隆桂之 (retired), 松下 智裕 (retired), 澤村 ⼀実 (retired)
● In 2013, Prof. Matsushita of NAIST invented the principle of a new type of electron analyzer (retarding field analyzer: RFA) and the special spherical micro-hole grid (3D Micromesh electrodes) using electron orbit simulation. By combining RFA (element electric field typ...
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2022-0203-05
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2022/02/03

Hybrid Bonding at Low Temperature and Atmospheric Pressure

MIZUNO, Jun Guest Senior Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:SHOJI, Shuichi Professor (retired), 重藤 暁津 (retired)
● Hybrid bonding of Cu, PDMS, and quartz at 150 ℃ and atmospheric pressure
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2015
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/02/10
特開2019-202097

Biological Implant Material with Bone Seeking

MIZUNO, Jun Guest Senior Researcher (retired)
●  Control surface morphology of implant in nanoscale. ●  Combination of large and small nanostructures which has different functionalities, respectively.●  Nanostructure formation process applicable for curved surfaces.
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2018-1123-05
Life sciences
posted:2018/11/29

Biological Implant Material with Bone Seeking

MIZUNO, Jun Guest Senior Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:塩澤 茉由子 (retired), KUWAE, Hiroyuki Assistant Professor (retired), SHOJI, Shuichi Professor (retired)
●  Control surface morphology of implant in nanoscale. ●  Combination of large and small nanostructures which has different functionalities, respectively.●  Nanostructure formation process applicable for curved surfaces.
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2014-0122-07
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/01/31

異種材料の低温大気圧ハイブリッド接合技術

MIZUNO, Jun Guest Senior Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:SHOJI, Shuichi Professor (retired), 重藤 暁津 主任研究員 (retired)
・配線金属と透明基板材料の150℃・大気圧雰囲気での混載接合(他材料接合事例あり) IEEE NANO ベストポスターペーパー賞,日刊工業新聞掲載(2013.10.25),関連特許2件 など
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2014-0122-06
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/01/31

ナノインプリント技術を用いた高品質GaNテンプレート基板

MIZUNO, Jun Guest Senior Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:SHOJI, Shuichi Professor (retired)
・ナノインプリント技術によるナノサイズのマスクパターン転写技術・ドライエッチング技術によるELOに適したマスクパターン形成技術・HVPE技術によるGaN結晶成長技術(古河機械金属(株))・光学測定による結晶性/残留歪評価技術(金沢工業大学)
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2011-0922-03
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Development of electrode materials and electrolytes for secondary batteries

MOMMA, Toshiyuki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Manufacture of secondary batteries using Li2S, formed using S as a byproduct of the petroleum refining process as the positive electrodes material.
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2012-0312-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Evaluating the amount of carbon storage in natural and artificial forests

MORIKAWA, Yasushi Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences) (retired)
Results have already been obtained in estimating the carbon storage capacity of domestic forests in Japan and tropical rain forests abroad, and a methodology has been established for simple estimation of the biomass of plantations in tropical regions. Use of this knowledge ena...
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2212
Information Communication
posted:2021/04/09
特許第7302862

3D高精細CG画像の高速レンダリング (煙、炎等の反射を高速描画)

MORISHIMA, Shigeo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
非均一関与媒質が物体の表面に反射して見える映り込みを計算するレンダリング方法であり◆ 煙や炎を含む三次元領域をスライス状の面光源の重なりと見なす  ◆ 各スライスが照らす明るさは解析的かつ瞬時に計算可能◆ 媒質を伝わる光の間接照明効果を効率的かつリアルに表現可能
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2012-0313-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Heat extraction rate maximized by the use of nanofluid in heat exchangers

MOROOKA, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering) (retired)
Mixing TiO2 nanoparticles into the media (water) inside a heat exchanger and conducting several hours of preliminary steam generator operation, causes the nanofluid to adsorb onto the inside of the heat transfer tube and a nanostructure to be formed. So doing increases the hea...
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2020-0131-09
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/02/06

Battery Diagnosis by Square-Current Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

MUKOYAMA, Daikichi Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor (retired)
● Power controller in Battery Management System (BMS) can be formed only simple current veform, such as a square waveform. Applying square current input generated by power controller can measure impedance.
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2416
Environment
posted:2021/06/23

空気中の二酸化炭素を除去する方法

MYERS, Corey Adam Junior Researcher (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering) (retired)
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2012-0614-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Environmentally-conscious product and waste product business management

NAGASAWA, Shinya Professor (Faculty of Commerce Graduate School of Commerce)
This project proposes methodology to scientifically develop market analysis and product management methods for environmentally-conscious products, as well as the creation of new waste product processing businesses. 
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2018-1123-09
Life sciences
posted:2018/11/30

Ear thermometer for heat illness prevention

NAGASHIMA, Kei Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
●  Health risks associated with hot climate during labor and sports are increasing.  ●  However, there are no effective bio-sensing devices to predict or judge such personal risk. ●  We need to develop an accurate and simple device evaluating deep body temp...
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2018-0927-08
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/27

Development of a device and algorithm for prevention of exertional heat stroke

NAGASHIMA, Kei Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
● We have developed devices monitoring deep body temperature on fields,  ● the algorithm predicting the risks, using heart rates and body temperature data. ● Collecting the data and personal log will give us more accurate information.
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2012-0312-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Development of environmental impact evaluation methods by the comprehensive ELP (Environmental Load Point) index

NAGATA, Katsuya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Environment and Energy Engineering) (retired)
ELP (Environmental Load Point) is an integrated index in LCA (Life Cycle Assessment), which was developed in these research seeds.The nine problems, “energy drain”, “global warming”, “ozone depletion”, “acid precipitate”, “resource consumption”, “air pollution”, “ocean & w...
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