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Matsuda, Atsunori

Affiliation Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering
Title Professor
Fields of Research Inorganic Materials Science
Degree Dr of Engineering
Academic Societies The Chemical Society of Japan / The Ceramic Society of Japan / The Electrochemical Society of Japan / The Solid State Ionics Society of Japan / The Japanese Sol-Gel Society / International Sol-Gel Society / Catalyst Society of Japan / Society for Discr
E-mail matsuda@ee
Please append ".tut.ac.jp" to the end of the address above.
Laboratory website URL http://ion.ee.tut.ac.jp/
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Research

【ゾル-ゲル法、メカノケミカル法、交互積層法、電気泳動堆積法、陽極酸化法などによる機能性材料の作製と応用】
1.無機-有機ハイブリッド膜の微細パターニングへの応用
2.温水処理による透明チタニアナノ微結晶分散薄膜の低温合成
3.固体表面の濡れ性の制御と高機能化
4.ゾル-ゲル電気泳動電着法による厚膜の作製
5.プロトン伝導性固体材料の作製とイオニクス素子への応用
6.メカノケミカル法による機能性無機材料の合成
7.交互積層法によるコアシェル粒子および中空粒子の作製と応用
8.次世代燃料電池用新規電解質材料の開発
9.光感応性無機-有機ハイブリッド材料の合成と記録材料への応用
10.陽極酸化による酸化物ナノチューブの作製と光・電気化学的応用
11.硫化物系全固体リチウムイオン二次電池の開発

Theme1:Micro/Nano Patterning Using Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Films

Overview
Pre-grooves for optical memory disk

Gratings and microlens arrays for optical devices have been successfully fabricated by embossing technique using inorganic-organic hybrid films. Photosensitivity, optical and mechanical properties can be controlled by optimizing the type and concentration of the functional groups in the hybrid films.

Keywords

Microoptics, Micro/Nano Patterning, Micro optical devices, Micolens arrays, Hologram

Theme2:Low Temperature Preparation of Titania Crystalline Films by Hot-Water-Treatment

Overview
Titania nanosheet coating and superhydrophobicity

We have found that anatase nanocrystals were formed in sol-gel-derived silica-titania films by hot-water-treatment at temperatures lower than 100oC under ambient pressure. The resultant nano-coatings showed excellent photocatalytic activity and superhydrophilicity.

Keywords

anatase, titania, superhydrophilicity, high photocatalytic activity, antifogging

Theme3:Development of Solid Electrolytes for Next Generation Fuel Cells

Overview
Inorganic-organic composite electrolyte sheet

We have developed several highly proton conductive materials by sol-gel, layer-by-layer, and mechanical milling. The proton conductive materials developed can be applied as electrolytes for the next generation fuel cells, which operate at medium temperatures without humidifying.

Keywords

fuel cell, electrolyte, hybrid particles, proton conductor, layer-by-layer, mechanical milling, core/shell

Title of class

Lc-AM1. Spring Engineering General Remarks A.Matsuda et al. B1~
Lc-AM2. Fall Basic Inorganic Chemistry A.Matsuda Thu.3 B1~
Lc-AM3. Spring Inorganic Chemistry A.Matsuda Mon.2 B3~
Lc-AM4. Spring Electrochemistry A.Matsuda Tue.2 B4~
Lc-AM5. Spring Functional Materials for Optical Applications A.Matsuda Mon.3 M1~
Lc-AM6. Fall Materials for ELectronics A. Matsuda et al.M1~
Lc-AM7. Fall Advanced Materials for ELectronics II A. Matsuda et al. D1~
Lc-AM8. Spring Physics for Electronics A.Matsuda Wed.2 M1~2


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