|Affiliation||Cooperative Research Facility Center|
|Title||Professor/Vice President（Gender Equality)|
|Fields of Research||Inorganic materials, Structural analysis|
|Degree||Dr. of Engineering (Toyohasi University of Technology)|
|Academic Societies||Member of Science Council of Japan/The Ceramic Society of Japan/The Society of Powder Technology, Japan/Japanese Society of Microscopy/The Society of Materials Science, Japan/The Japan Society of Applied Physics/The American Ceramic Society|
Please append ".tut.ac.jp" to the end of the address above.
|Laboratory website URL||http://www.crfc.tut.ac.jp/nakano/index.html|
Theme1：Synthesis of new oxide phosphors and clarification of mechanism for relationship between property and crystal structure
1. Synthesis of new phosphors by solid-phase reaction and liquid-phase-reaction
2. Design and synthesis for new phosphor by controlling of composition and crystal structure
3. Application of red phoshpor Li-Ta-Ti-O:Eu excited by 400 nm
4. Relationship between crystal structure and photoluminescence
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research No. 16K06721 from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)
Theme2：Microstructure and mechanical property of metallic materials controlled by metallographic-structure and -phases
We are investigating metallic films with a nano-lamellar structure or porous metals. TEM observations and simulations by molecular dynamics and first-principles analysis are used to study the mechanism of metallic materials’ physical properties.
This investigation is being pursued in collaboration with Kyoto University (Mabuchi Lab.).
Theme3：Anisotropic structure and property in oriented bulk ceramics
In this work, as a first step toward application of the unique qualities of an electro-ceramic with an anisotropy structure, we prepared an oriented LNT balk ceramic by slip casting in a strong magnetic field of 12 T. The direction of the magnetic field was parallel to the casting direction. The obtained specimen was analyzed by X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscope, and transmission electron microscope. Consequently, the c-axis of the LNT powders was aligned parallel to the magnetic field and a high orientation degree was achieved in a strong magnetic field of 12 T.