Aerospace Applied Physics


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Aerospace Applied Physics


Thermal and fluidic phenomena are studied by using micro and nanotechnology. MEMS technology and lasers are used to explore the transport of phonons and atoms in nanomaterials, represented by carbon nanotube and thin film. For example, thermal conductivity of individual nanomaterials can be measured. Our target is to create novel functional materials and apply them to thermal and fluidic systems.


Thermal conductivity measurement of individual nanowire using MEMS thermal sensor and nano manipulation technique.


Professor Koji Takahashi

The Main Research Topics

  • Experimental and Numerical Studies on Thermophysical Property of Nano-materials
  • Study on Micro Fluidic Systems Using MEMS Technology
  • Development of Functional Thin Films
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