New Development of Material Characterization and Mechanics through the Integration of Nano-characterization and Nano-mechanics

Our laboratory is carrying out innovative research on material strength and material characterization by the integration of nano-characterization and nano-mechanics. Research is being conducted to evaluate the health and reliability of materials, devices, and structures through an interdisciplinary approach based on nano-characterization and nano-mechanics. We are also focusing on the development of micro, functional, and intelligent materials along with characterization methods.

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8603, Japan

News & Topics

K. Kizawa (Master course 1st year) presented the lecture at the No. 26 Mechanical Materials and Materials Processing Technology Lecture (M&P 2018) @Yamagata university.
W. Umei (Master course 2nd year) presented the lecture at the 29th Bio-Frontier Conference, JSME conference @Chiba university.
Y. Izumi, R. Iwase, K. Kobayashi, T. Taguchi (Master course 1st year) presented the lecture at the domestic conference, JSME annual conference @Kansai university.
M. Kato (Master course 2nd year) presented the lecture at the international conference IRF2018.
"Improvement of adhesion strength of the copper nanowire surface fastener by investigating the diameter ratio of nanowires", Motohiro Kato, Yuhki Toku, Yasuyuki Morita, Yang Ju, 2018, Lisbon, Portugal
Dr. Arumugam Sivaranjani and Dr. Cui Yi have joined us as Postdoctoral Researchers.
Notice of moving out
 Associate Professor Morita Yasuyuki was promoted to Professor Kumamoto University. We pray for his continued success.
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