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FUJISHIRO Hiroyuki

Professor

Affiliation

Materials Science and Engineering
[Master's Program] Materials Science and Engineering
[Doctoral Program] Frontier Matter and Function Engineering

Degrees Obtained

Doctor of Engineering Field of degree: Electronic Engineering

Specialties

Electrical materials
Superconductor science and engineering
Applied physics

Profile

March 1980: Graduated from Department of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University
March 1985: Completed Electronic Engineering Doctoral Program, School of Engineering, Tohoku University Graduate School
April 1985 - May 1989: Researcher, Semiconductor Laboratory, Semiconductor Research Institute
May 1989 - July 1991: Assistant, School of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology
August 1991 - November 1993: Assistant, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University
December 1993 - February 2006: Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University
March 2006 - Present: Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Iwate University

My Areas of Research

Materials research for energy crises and the destruction of the natural environment

I conduct materials research to handle future energy crises and the destruction of the natural environment. In the field of superconductors, superconducting bulk magnets that are at least 10 times as powerful as permanent magnets have been developed. The goal is to apply these magnets in the fields of magnetic separation for environmental cleanup and medical drug delivery systems. In the field of thermoelectric energy, I develop materials that efficiently convert the waste heat comprising 70% of all primary supplied energy into electric energy. I also conduct joint research with many companies and both national and international research institutes.

My Teaching Philosophy

Testing by actually creating materials in the field of material science is extremely important. In this laboratory, I educate students to be active in the global age with a broad scientific perspective through material evaluation.

Laboratory URL
http://ikebehp.mat.iwate-u.ac.jp/

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