Hydrogen Molecular Science

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Hydrogen Molecular Science

Overview

Global environmental issues as well as resource depletion problems are big issues for us to tackle in this century to realize the sustainability of our mother earth. We are challenging research topics related to future energy technologies for sustainability. Research topics cover a variety of future energy technologies and the approaches range from atomistic to systems scales. Especially, we are focusing on design approaches for materials, interface, and meso-scale porous structure and developing novel methodologies to tackle practical issues in industries.

Staff

Professor Michihisa Koyama
Research Assistant Professor Takayoshi Ishimoto

The Main Research Topics

  • Functionality and Durability Improvement of materials for future fuel cells
  • Microstructure Design of Functional Porous Electrode for Battery
  • Materials Design for Renewable Energy Systems
  • Development and Application of Novel Theoretical Method for Hydrogen Science
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