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2012-0928-03
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Development of New Waveguide-mode Sensors

OHKI, Yoshimichi Senior Research Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Our laboratory is developing new waveguide-mode sensors, believing that various substances can be detected and substance constants can be measured using waveguide-mode sensors that have sensitivity, portability, and maneuverability. It is expected that sensors that have never ...
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2012-0928-01
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Uncovering Electric Properties for the Development of Practical Applications of Polymer Nanocomposites

OHKI, Yoshimichi Senior Research Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
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 in...
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2012-0903-04
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Development of Inverse Compton Scattering Soft X-ray Sources Using Photocathode RF Gun

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
■Development of Inverse Compton Scattering Soft X-ray Sources Using Photocathode RF GunIn this research, compact and high quality soft X-ray sources are being developed using inverse Compton scattering, with the final goal of applying them to soft X-ray microscopes for biologi...
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2012-0903-03
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Maskless Direct Etching Technique Using Focused Ion Beams (FIB)

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
This research attempts to carry out maskless direct etching using focused ion beams (FIB) in order to study the nanoscale microfabrication of cross-linked PTFE. An image of the fabricated microscopic structure FE-SEM is shown in a diagram. 
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2012-0903-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Uncovering the Initial Process of Radiation Chemical Reactions: Pulse Radiolysis Experiment

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
The Washio Laboratory is developing the world’s smallest pulse radiolysis system using a compact photocathode RF electron gun. At present, the laboratory has nearly completed the development of a nanosecond resolution system and picosecond resolution system.  The nanoseco...
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2012-0903-01
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Experiment Using High Quality Beams

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
The Washio Laboratory conducts research on PEMFC. It is also working on the development of materials which can be used as an electrolyte membrane for a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell (PEFC) that is capable of having a compact and light weight design.
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2012-0807-01
Energy Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Innovative Energy-Saving Technology Based on Heat Pumps

SAITO, Kiyoshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering)
This technology is characterized by two principles. First, heat moves from hot things to cold things. Secondly, if gas is spewed out all at once from a high-pressure area to a low-pressure area, then the gas is cooled rapidly. This technology is expected to have significant en...
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2012-0712-07
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Field Effect Transistor Sensor

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
Transistor-type sensing device fabricated using semiconductor microfabrication technology.
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2012-0712-06
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Manufacturing of nano particle array substrates

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
This project proposes the creation of nano particle array technology in order to realize bit pattern media (BPM) in which chemosynthesis is used to assign one recorded bit per single electro-particle with particle sizes of a few nanometers. The diagram is a scanning electron m...
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2012-0712-05
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Hard-gold film technology for the realization of low-resistance and high mechanical strength

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
This technology introduces carbon to hard AuNi film, making the structure of the film amorphous, and producing AuNiC film with greatly heightened abrasion resistance without lowering its electric resistance. A technology concerning the manufacturing of AuNiC film.
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2012-0712-04
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

All Wet ULSI manufacturing process

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
This project proposes the creation of a barrier layer structure on top of a silicon substrate, low-k substrate, and polyimide substrate and then cooper wiring after that. The project aims to confirm that it is possible to shrink barrier film made with electroless plating to a ...
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2012-0712-03
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Production technology development for the creation of a next-generation laminated lithium-ion battery

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
This technology makes it possible to supply 50 to 1,000 mAh next-generation laminated lithium-ion batteries. The laminated cells are constructed under laboratory conditions within a dry-air environment (supplied air – dew point at <-95 Celsius, room dew point when non-opera...
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2012-0712-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Evaluating lithium-ion battery (LIB) cell degradation using an impedance measurement

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
This technology aims to establish a “usable” battery evaluation method for currently marketed LIBs using impedance analysis. While thinking about the structural aspects of the battery leading to such issues as electrolyte resistance, interface reactions between the batteries n...
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2012-0712-01
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Long-life negative silicon anode synthesis for next-generation lithium-ion batteries

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
This technology has successfully produced composite products merging silicon and organo-mineral complex substances at the micro-level through the simultaneous reductive decomposition of organic solvents and reduction of silicon. The resulting silicon electrodes are composed of...
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2012-0629-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Development of new coast defense structures resistant to tsunamis and high tide

SHIBAYAMA, Tomoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
In line with the rebuilding of coastline defense structures across the country as each location reaches its scheduled upgrade period, there is a need to shift the structural format used for coastal defense. This project proposes a new structural format that considers knowledge...
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2012-0627-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Proposal for an innovative problem solving method for the creation of product value

SAWAGUCHI, Manabu Part-time Lecturer (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Creative Science and Engineering)
This project proposes a method for valuable new product development plans and new business plans (through the theory of inventive problem solving [TRIZ]). This project proposes a new product development methodology that aims for radical innovation for the improvement of added-...
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2012-0625-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Self-filling concrete using sea water and sea sand

KIYOMIYA, Osamu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
This project developed self-filling concrete using sea water as mixing water, sand as aggregate, and a new admixture that can provide these materials with superior fluidity and appropriate viscosity (A high-performance AE water reducing agent with a one-pack type thickener con...
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2012-0619-04
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Energy-saving and low-cost purification material development using high-quality regional soil

KAMURA, Kazuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Usage of volcanic soil as environmental purification materials.
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2012-0619-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Technology for evaluation, exploration, and collection at final disposal of waste sites for urban mines

KAMURA, Kazuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
This technology elucidates the types and quantity of metals buried within final disposal of waste sites, as well as the presence of minerals, and specifies which metals would be beneficial to collect. The technology makes it possible to use electric detection to measure zones ...
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2012-0619-02
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

System for the elimination and collection of substances in wastewater

HIRASAWA, Izumi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
This project uses crystallization phenomena for a system that disposes of and collects the targeted substances in a discriminating and safe way while making considerations for the characteristics of waste water, in that it has a low concentration of many materials. 
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