Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory

Exploring new hydrogen absorption/storage materials to achieve a society based on hydrogen energy and proposing eco-friendly lightweight composite materials

 
The manufacture of highly functional and eco-friendly materials is necessary for the sustainable development of a sophisticated society. Our laboratory researches a diverse array of fields—fuel cells and other hydrogen storage technologies to support societies based on hydrogen energy, the evaluation of properties of advanced materials used in hydrogen environments, the manufacture of highly functional and efficient composite carbon materials, and the creation of highly functional materials such as thin membranes.
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College of Engineering
Engineering Science and Mechanics
Faculty Name
TAKASAKI, Akiko
UEMATSU, Susumu
KLIMKOWICZ, Alicja
Academic Society
The Japan Institute of Metals and Materials
The Society of Materials Science, Japan
Materials Research Society (MRS)
Keyword
Hydrogen, Material Science, Recycling-based society, Quasi crystal, New materials

Study Fields

Materials science and engineering, Mechanical engineering, Physics Applied chemistry

For Society

We conduct research to discover new hydrogen absorption/storage materials that will help achieve a society based on hydrogen energy and to create eco-friendly, lightweight composite materials.

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