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2019-0312-01
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2019/03/12

High Temperature Resistant Die Bonding Formed by Al/Ni Nano-particles Composite Paste

TATSUMI, Kohei Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Information, Production, and Systems)
collaborative researchers:TANAKA, Yasunori Research Associate
● Verification of void reduction effect by Al microparticle mixing ● Verification of stress relaxation effect of junction structure formed by Ni nano-/Al micro-particles composite paste● Evaluation of high heat resistance using SiC-SBD
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2018-1026-01
Information Communication Frontier
posted:2018/10/30

Innovation of Data-driven Society based on Next-generation Information Processing “Quantum Annealing”

TANAKA, Shu Guest Researcher (Research Council (Research Organization))
● An algorithm of clustering analysis using quantum annealing has been proposed.● Algorithms of combinatorial optimization problems using quantum annealing have been proposed.
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2012-1001-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Realizing Thermal Comfort by Spot Air Conditioning and Personal Air Conditioning Systems

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
The purpose of our research is to evaluate the comfort level and intellectual productivity provided by personal air conditioning systems, which allow for individual adjustments of the air current. Specifically, we carried out an actual measurement study at offices that install...
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2012-1001-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Creation of Energy Projections and Environmental Measures Scenario

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
A fact-finding survey was conducted of several office buildings that adopted summer energy-saving measures. The purpose of the survey was to explore sustainable energy-saving methods that would deliver high energy reduction effects without compromising productivity and comfort...
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2012-1001-04
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Scenario of Achieving Both Office Productivity and Economic Efficiency, and Energy Conservation

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
This study conducted an indoor environment study, employee behavior study, and questionnaire survey. Their objective was to observe the mutual relationship between intellectual activities and environmental factors that are demanded in workplaces of actual offices, and to gauge...
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2012-1001-05
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Assessment of Comfort and Intellectual Productivity in ZEB Energy-Saving Buildings

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Research is conducted on office buildings that are renovated to make them net-Zero Energy Buildings (ZEBs). Specifically, the effectiveness of the ZEB renovation work is examined by studying the changes pre- and post-renovation in the physical environment and employee satisfac...
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2012-1001-07
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Research on the Thermal Environment of Comfortable Train Station Spaces

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
A measurement survey conducted in 2004-2006 took environmental measurements at four non-air-conditioned train stations in Tokyo and implemented a questionnaire survey to roughly 4,000 people. The results showed that the maximum acceptable temperature declared by more than 20% ...
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2012-1001-08
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Research on Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs) in Indoor Spaces

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Our laboratory is developing a new nozzle to collect house dust, and carries out analyses of the concentrations of SVOCs in house dust. Measurements are taken not only at general residential homes, but also in various spaces, such as homes made of natural materials and kinderg...
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2012-1001-06
Environment
posted:2012/10/01

自動車室内の快適な温熱環境に関する研究

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
本研究では、非定常・不均一な温度環境下における快適性予測を目的とし、車室内乗員の詳細な生理量予測、快適性予測を試みている。夏季炎天下条件、冬季暖房条件に実車両を用いた被験者実験を実施し、予測精度の検証データを得ている。 それらの結果を基に、体温調節数値モデルである人体熱モデルJO...
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2015-1023-04
Life sciences
posted:2015/10/23

Method for determining the heat treatment on meat

TAKEYAMA, Haruko Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:HOSOKAWA, Masahito Junior Researcher , ANDO, Masahiro Junior Researcher
To determine the heat treatment on meat by evaluation of heat denaturation of protein using Raman spectroscopic analysis.
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2019-0312-02
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2019/04/22

Flexible antenna coil for biological tissues

TAKEOKA, Shinji Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:FUJIE, Toshinori Guest Researcher , 鉄 祐磨
● An inkjet-printed line was annealed at 250℃ for realizing low resistive (2.9×10-5 Ω・cm) on a glass substrates.● A low resistive printed line was transferred onto the low heat durable materials (Tg: 56℃) thanks to the cleavage of the multi-stacked graphene flakes.
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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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2011-0909-02
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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2053
Life sciences
posted:2019/04/19

チキソトロピー性を有するゲルを用いる多層3次元細胞培養足場システム

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
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2018-1123-01
Life sciences
posted:2018/11/28

Cellulose Nanofibers for Application in Regenerative Medicine ~ Fabrication of Engineered Tissues by Cell Culture in Thixotropic Gel ~

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
●  Cellulose nanofiber (CNF) hydrogel is used for cell culture scaffold (Fig. 1).●  Prepare coaxial two-layer long fibrous gel with microfluidic device (Fig. 2,3).●  Cells are embedded in the CNF gel of the core layer and 3D cultured to fabricate long muscle and...
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2018-0927-06
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/27

Microfiber Scaffold for Effective Induction of an Engineered Tissue by Introducing Conductive Polymer in the Core Layer

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
● Microfiber scaffold can align myoblasts to effectively form myotube (Fig. 1).● Electric potential, promotes muscle tissue formation; highly conductive polymers (ex. PEDOT/PSS) are useful as the scaffold materials. ● We have developed the microfiber having PEDOT/PSS in the co...
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2016-1024-03
Life sciences
posted:2016/10/24

Self-driven Perfusion Culture System Using the Paper-based Double-layered Scaffold

TAKEDA, Naoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
● The double-layered scaffold consisting of a paper for medium perfusion and electrospun gelatin microfibers for cell adhesion is developed (Fig. 1). ● Self-driven, stable, and constant perfusion of the medium has been achieved by using both capillary action and siphon phenome...
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2012-0618-01
Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

Life-cycle simulation technology for the realization of recycling-oriented production

TAKATA, Shozo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
This project creates life-cycle planning and life-cycle simulation technology in order to plan and evaluate entire product lifecycles, from design, production, specification, collection, and recycling, all in order to build in measures to reduce environmental burdens from the ...
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2013-0130-12
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

The scientific basis and the future possibility for ischemic resistance training

TAKARADA, Yudai Professor (Faculty of Sport Sciences School of Sport and Sciences)
Takarada et al. have previously shown that low-intensity resistance exercise combined with vascular occlusion induces a marked hypertrophy and concomitant increase in strength, even if the exercise load is much lower than that expected to induce muscular hypertrophy.
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1804
Social Infrastructure
posted:2016/04/11

歯磨きロボット

TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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