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CORE RESEARCH CLUSTER for MATERIALS SCIENCE

EVALUATION AND SENSING Cross-Fields

Development of advanced materials with unprecedented performance levels

Evaluation
and sensing

RESEARCH PROJECT

EVALUATION AND SENSING PROJECT

Cross-Fields

Project Leader

Professor, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University

TERAUCHI Masami

EVALUATION AND SENSING Cross-Fields

Development of advanced materials with unprecedented performance levels

Support through collaboration between microscopic analysis, measurement and evaluation infrastructure

To aid development of advanced materials going beyond traditional performance limits, we are aiming to form a measurement and evaluation infrastructure network around the core technologies of microscopic analysis and three-dimensional visualization.

In support of effective and efficient materials development, we will facilitate collaboration between researchers involved in development and application of analysis technologies, with microscopic analysis as core, and technical staff managing the shared equipment infrastructure for measurement and evaluation, while having coordinators match measurement and analysis technologies to the needs of those engaged in development of materials. Briefing sessions on analysis techniques and matching consultations will be held regularly, and collections of papers on analysis and technology applications, based on actual cases, will be prepared and made public.

The Evaluation 
and Sensing project 
concept 

The Evaluation and Sensing project concept
Core member
  • Core member
  • IGARI Yoshiyuki Head of Technical Service Section

    IMRAM

  • KONNO Toyohiko Professor

    IMR

  • JINNAI Hiroshi Professor

    IMRAM

  • TSUDA Kenji Professor

    FRIS

  • MOMOSE Atsushi Professor

    IMRAM

  • KIMURA Hiroyuki Professor

    IMRAM

  • SUGIYAMA Kazumasa Professor

    IMR

  • SATO Yohei Associate Professor

    IMRAM

IMR:
Institute for Materials Research
IMRAM:
Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials
FRIS:
Frontier Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences