Materials Science and Engineering
[Master's Program] Materials Science and Engineering
[Doctoral Program] Fundamental and Applied Sciences
Physics of Magnetism
My Areas of Research
The research of magnetic, non-destructive testing technologies
Quality management through the non-destructive testing of structures and industrial products is becoming increasingly important for maintaining a high-tech society. In my lab, we research “magnetic, non-destructive testing technologies” that make use of the correlation between lattice defects and magnetism that occurs due to material deterioration. More specifically, our efforts involve developing magnetic hysteresis screening & analysis methods, which are useful for the non-destructive diagnosis of deterioration of ferromagnetic structure materials, verifying the efficacy of magnetic, non-destructive testing methods in the age-related deterioration of non-magnetic stainless steel, and so on.
My Teaching Philosophy
I educate students to gain the fundamental knowledge in the material sciences and the ability to think in terms of physics, to act based on these principles, as well as to cultivate an international perspective.