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OSADA Hiroshi

Professor

Affiliation

Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering
[Master's Program] Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering
[Doctoral Program] Systems Innovation Engineering

Specialties

Measurement and Control Engineering
Sensor Engineering
Electric Device/Electric Equipment

My Areas of Research

The clarification of organism-derived thermal control mechanisms and the development of engineered temperature control systems

The skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus), which grows in cold climates like Iwate Prefecture, is able to maintain itself at around 20°C, even when there are fluctuations in the external environment, including temperatures below freezing. I aim to use this thermostatic plant in materials to clarify organism-derived thermal control mechanisms and develop engineered temperature control systems based on these mechanisms through joint research with agricultural sciences. I also develop next-generation optical devices, such as ultraviolet LEDs and ultraviolet sensors, from zinc oxide crystals, which operate in the ultraviolet range.

My Teaching Philosophy

I educate students to acquire the foundational knowledge needed to participate actively in the electrical, electronic, and communication fields, and to develop various views and attitudes to make use of this foundational knowledge.

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