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New Materials for The Future
High Functional Materials
Masato Murakami
Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
College of Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering in Master's Program
Regional Environment Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
Processing and applications of high functional materials
We work on processing and applications of superconducting materials, in particular with focus placed on high temperature superconductors like RE-Ba-Cu-O (RE: rare earth elements) , MgB2, and Fe based superconductors. Applications include superconducting magnets, magnetic levitation, magnetic resonanace imaging.
Laboratory Character Discovery of high temperature superconducting materials was epoch making, since they can be used at relatively high temperatures above the boiling point of liquid nitrogen (77K). However, their applications depend on how good materials can be made on engineering scale. We work on processing of practical and engineering available high temperature superconductors.
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
superconducting materials processing applications magnetic materials  
Recent Research Topics
Processing of superconducting materials Processing of magnetic materials Applications of superconducting materials    
Affiliated Conferences
Physical Society of Japan Applied Physical Society of Japan Cryogenic and Superconductivity Society of Japan Metallurgical Society of Japan  
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability Superconductivity is clean energy-saving technology and contributes to global sustainable developments.
Related Industries
Materials processing Railway technology Magnetic levitation    
Applicable Industrial Fields
Superconductivity Magnetic materials High functional materials    
Instruments and Devices in this Laboratory
Magnetometer Electric furnaces DTA X-ray diffractometer magnetization measurements devices
glove box        
Research Seeds
Novel applications of superconducting and magetic materials