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2011-0920-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Accelerating environmental cleanup processes

TOKORO, Chiharu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Through detailed solid analysis techniques, including XAFS, and geochemical simulations involving surface complex models and reaction kinetics, it is possible to construct optimal processing processes and set conditions, according to the respective contamination conditions. In...
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2011-0920-04
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Energy-saving and environmental techniques that use vapor compression heat pumps

AMANO, Yoshiharu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
We have been conducting research and development into revolutionary energy-saving vapor compression and condensation (VCC) technologies that compress vapor produced in the evaporation process, and continually recover condensation latent heat to reuse in evaporation; the theore...
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2011-0916-01
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Large-scale molecular simulation

WATANABE, Takanobu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering Department of Electronic and Photonic Systems)
By using “dynamic bond-type large-scale molecular dynamic methods” we are able to perform large-scale molecular simulations that even include chemical reactions.
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2011-0915-04
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

New pharmacological effects of thalidomide on neurons

SAWAMURA, Naoya Senior Researcher (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
The enantiomers, derivatives and metabolites of thalidomide are being analyzed to determine the various mechanisms of action in neurons by which they cause differences in pharmacological effect.
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2011-0915-03
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

New isolation and culturing method for microorganisms

TSUNEDA, Satoshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
New high-throughput in situ culturing tools and isolation and culturing techniques for useful microorganisms in the environment. It is possible to apply these methods to environments such as in underground and in water and obtain many new bacteria in one go. Because mass trans...
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2011-0915-02
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Diagnostic method for chronic myeloproliferative diseases – method for quantitatively analyzing the JAK2 genetic mutation –

TSUNEDA, Satoshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We have a method of quantitatively analyzing the JAK2 genetic mutation. Using a fluorescent probe, it is possible to diagnose cMPD quickly and accurately.
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2011-0915-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Intracellular molecular dynamic analysis

INOUE, Takafumi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Using random scan two-photon excitation microscopy, we can measure the movement of intracellular molecules. In particular, the calcium ions (Ca2+) and phosphoenzymes, receptors and other proteins involved in the synapse plasticity of neurons are the target for this analysis.
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2011-0914-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Production and network for use of bio-oil from unused woody biomass

ONODA, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We possess knowledge of multi-energy supply which combines production techniques for bio-oil from woody biomass based on rapid pyrolysis, with gasification and bio-oilification (having reached the stage of practical use thanks to joint research with plant manufacturers). Other...
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2011-0914-02
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Co-benefit based support system and program for environmentally conscious behavior

ONODA, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Differing from the traditional types of HEMS and BEMS, based on automated control of lighting and air conditioning, these are a support system and program for environmentally conscious behavior focused on the lifestyles and work-styles of the individual (resident, worker, etc....
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2011-0914-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Ultra lightweight vehicle (ULV)

ONODA, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We have developed an ultra lightweight vehicle (ULV) based on the “more than a bicycle less than a vehicle” concept. By obtaining a registration number in the mini-vehicle category, this vehicle can be legally driven on public streets. At present, development of EVs is being f...
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2011-0914-04
Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

Manufacturing methods and improvement of mechanical properties for porous metals

SUZUKI, Shinsuke Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering Department of Applied Mechanics and Aerospace Engineering)
Manufacture of various kinds of aluminum alloy using the melt-foaming method (proposal for pore stabilization)Technique for strengthening porous metals by plastic working (rolling, extrusion, wire brushing, shot peening, etc.)
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2011-0913-02
Information Communication
posted:2014/05/21

Creation of effective thumbnails based on handwritten notes

YAMANA, Hayato Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering Department of Computer Science and Engineering)
When displaying lists, thumbnails are effective as details can be ascertained easily from an overview, but with handwritten data, the characters can become too small, resulting instead in an increase in time required.Therefore, reduced thumbnails are produced automatically usi...
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2011-0913-01
Information Communication
posted:2014/05/21

System for the handwritten input of mathematical expressions: MathBox

YAMANA, Hayato Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering Department of Computer Science and Engineering)
The symbols in expressions can be recognized using existing character-recognition techniques, but the recognition of expression structures is difficult, which caused a drop in the accuracy of expression recognition. Accordingly, the pattern of the structure is predicted and a ...
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2011-0909-02
Environment Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Manufacture of flexible transistors using inkjet methods

TAKENOBU, Taishi Guest Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering) (retired)
It is possible to fabricate organic transistors onto plastic substrates by the inkjet method, by using a solution in which single walled carbon nano-tubes are dissolved in an organic solvent as the ink.
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2011-0909-01
Environment Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Organic light-emitting transistors

TAKENOBU, Taishi Guest Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering) (retired)
Construction of transistors rather than diodes, however, allowed large currents to flow and light-emitting phenomena to be obtained. By adjusting the oscillatory conditions, organic lasers become an attainable goal.
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2011-0909-04
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Increase in thermal energy quality through chemical regeneration

NAKAGAKI, Takao Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
While thermal energy can be obtained easily and in large volume, it is irreversible, making it difficult to maintain a high-exergy-rate state. To address this, we can use chemical regeneration. Exergy-lowering processes like vapor reformation and partial oxidation chemically d...
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2011-0909-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Techniques for separation and recovery of CO2 using lithium silicate

NAKAGAKI, Takao Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
“Lithium silicate” (Li4SiO4), developed by Toshiba, is a solid absorption material that can be used repeatedly to absorb CO2 at 600º and release CO2 at over 800º. It has excellent properties, such as higher absorption speed in the presence of water vapor, the ability to separa...
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2011-0909-06
Life sciences Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

Acellularization of heart valves

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
One of the ways of prolonging the life of tissue valves is to not treat them chemically, and use acellular tissue from porcine heart valves. A unique method of microwave irradiation combined with a simulated in vivo environment (controlled surfactant flow and pressure through ...
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2011-0909-05
Life sciences Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

A durability testing device for stents and a method of evaluation

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
We developed a testing device that could accurately simulate the stress environment of the area where the stent is inserted. The development of a system that takes into account the application of stress in the form of a combined twisting and stretching force, and the mechanica...
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2011-0908-02
Information Communication
posted:2014/05/21

Elucidating the vulnerability of IC cards and establishing countermeasures

TOGAWA, Nozomu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
In the scan path design, “scan registers” are incorporated randomly into the LSI, so it was originally secret information that only the designer knew.We demonstrated that it is possible to decipher the cryptographic processing of LSI in IC cards by making use of the regularity...
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