研究室紹介

Applied Physics

Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Department of Applied Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

Department of Energy Science and Engineering, School of Engineering

Applied physics is a comprehensive academic field that bridges the field of science and engineering. Various factors are complicatedly intertwined with environmental problems and resource depletion problems which are currently major social problems in our country and in order to solve it it is necessary to organically conduct research in various fields.
In order to build a recycling-oriented society, our laboratory conducts extensive research ranging from practical technology development to exploration of basic principles from the viewpoint of applied physics.
Experiment is mainly for experiments, data is collected by various experiments, and based on the result, data analysis / simulation etc. are carried out, and the phenomenon is understood more deeply.

Grid Pattern in a Liquid Crystal

Actuator using liquid crystal elastomer bends by temperature change.

Staff

Prof. Kazuhiro Hara
Assoc.Prof. Hirotaka Okabe
Asst.Prof. Yoshiki Hidaka

The Main Research Topics

  • Development of resource recycling materials using polymer gel
  • Research on environmentally responsive materials using liquid crystalline polymers
  • Complex system science using liquid crystal electric convection
  • Development of advanced life information measurement by biophoton
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