Physical Metallurgy Lab!
Enhancement of strength of structural materials meets the requirements in many applications, and especially contributes to the improvement of the resource and energy problem from the body-in-white weight reduction of automobiles. To enhance the deformability of structural materials without losing strength, our lab aims to develop new structural materials with enhanced performance by characterizing defects, deformation, and fracture in structural metals and alloys with a help of data-driven material science.
If you are interested in joining our group, please have a look at the Link.
News and events
2023.04. Rika Nakagami (master student) joined our group!
2023.03. Akinobu Hori, Satoshi Noguchi (phd students), Koki Hibi, and Shutaro Yoshida (master students) graduated, and Shiori Kubo joined Kagawa Univ.
2023.02.13 ~ 17 Kashiwa Science Camp.
2022.10. Chang Liu (research student) joined our group!
2022.09. Yinglin Guo (master student) graduated.
2022.05. Junya Sakurai (phd student) graduated and joined NIMS.
2022.04. Ryoya Tsuruoka (master student) joined our group!
2022.03. Katsuma Saiki (master student) graduated.
2022.02.22 ~ 25 Kashiwa Science Camp. Details are available here!
2022.02. Hoheok Kim (project assistant professor) transferred to Korean company as a researcher.
2021.11. Meng Zhang (postdoc researcher) joined our group!
2021.09. Chengrong Lin (master student) graduated.
2021.07. Ruogu Hou (phd student) joined our group!
2021.04. Kubo Shiori (postdoc researcher) joined our group!
2021.04. Albert Guevara (phd student), Koki Hibi (master student), and Shutaro Yoshida (master student) joined our group!
2021.03. Ryo Misaki (master student) graduated.
2021.01. Assosiate professor Inoue is promoted to professor.
2020.10. Shuang Gong (research student) and Yinglin Guo (master student) joined our group!
2020.09. New homepage has been opened to the public. Some parts are still under construction though.
2020.08. Our laboratory is now located in Kashiwa Campus.