Prof. Kenji Shinozaki

ProcessesResearch topicsResearchers
Welding & Joining Development of High Quality / High Efficiency Welding Process using Hot-wire Laser Welding / Blazing Process

Quantitative and in-situ Evaluation of Metallurgical Phenomenon during Welding and Cracking Susceptibility in Dissimilar Welds
  • Kenji Shinozaki,
  • Motomichi Yamamoto,
  • Corrosion characterization Evaluation, Corrosion Engineering Development, Corrosion Monitoring of Welded parts
  • Yoshinori Isomoto
  • Material Characteristics Evaluation of Welded Joints.
  • Atsushi Sugeta,
  • Hiroyuki Akebono
  • Surface modification & Surface treatment Development of Innovative surface modification & laser peening techniques
  • Atsushi Sugeta,
  • Masahiko Kato,
  • Hiroyuki Akebono
  • Development & Application of Laser Cleaning Technology
  • Yukio Manabe
  • Metal forming Difficult sheet metal forming using knowledge of Incremental forming, Path-dependency, Temperature dependency, Stress relaxation and Large strain deformation characteristics
  • Ryutaro Hino,
  • Hiroshi Hamasaki
  • Additive manufacturing & Sintering Development of nano-printed advanced medical parts by laser 3D printer & high-speed centrifugal compaction process.
  • Hiroyuki Y. Suzuki,
  • Nobuhiro Nishino
  • New material manufacturing process Compositional optimization on the basis of atomic and electronic level / structural optimization by nano-scale approach, for creation of newly advanced materials
  • Gen Sasaki,
  • Kazuhiro Matsugi,
  • Kenjiro Sugio,
  • Yongbum Choi,
  • Zhefeng Xu
  • Amputating & Cutting process Development of Technology of Laser Assisted Machining and Thermal Stress Cleaving with Laser
  • Keiji Yamada,
  • Ryutaro Tanaka,
  • Katsuhiko Sekiya
  • ※The Core Members name are written in red.


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