Structural Metallic Materials
Processing, Micro/Nano-structures & Mechanical Properties
Physical Metallurgy & Mechanical Metallurgy

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2021/12/02
Lab Meeting
Tea-time seminar by Yamashita (M2) and Nakase (M1)
2021/11/30
Lecture
Prof. Tsuji participated in "Material Seminar 2021 ISIJ Kansai Branch" and gave a presentation entitled "Basics of Steel Materials ~The fascination of steel materials and the science behind them"
2021/11/29
Lab Meeting
Research report by Yamamoto Kentaro (B4), Goto (B4) and Kato (B4)
2021/11/25
Lab Meeting
Tea-time seminar by Kang (M2) and Hakamata (M2)
2021/11/22
Lab Meeting
Research report by Go (D1/D2) and Avala (Post-doctoral Fellow)
2021/11/17
Lab Meeting
Research report by Nakase (M1) and Devendar (M1)
2021/11/17
Publication
A paper shown below by our co-researcher, Prof. Kunimine (Kanazawa university) has been published in Journal of Japan Institute of Copper, 60 (2021).
"Mechanical Dissolution of Cu5Zr Phase and Formation of Supersaturated Solid–Solution Nanocrystalline Structure by High–Pressure Torsion in a Hypoeutectic Cu–2.7at%Zr Alloy"○Kenta Miyamoto, Takahiro Kunimine, Chihiro Watanabe, Ryoichi Monzen, Reza Gholizadeh, Nobuhiro Tsuji: ​​​​​​​Journal of Japan Institute of Copper, 60 (2021), pp.98-103​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
2021/11/16
Organizing Conference
Prof. Tsuji organized ISSS 2021 Post Symposium.
2021/11/15
Organizing Conference
Prof. Tsuji organized The 6th International Symposium on Steel Science (ISSS 2021).
http://www.steelscience.org/index.html
2021/11/13
Domestic Conference
Our co-research group, Adachi Lab. (University of Hyogo) participated in The 141st Autumn Meeting of Japan Institute of Light Metals (Online), and made a poster presentation below.
"Al-Mg合金における放射光In-situ XRD/DIC同時測定によるセレーション解析"兵庫県立大 ○(M1)北野竜也・(B4)有吉 開・(D2)平田雅裕 京都大 朴 明験・辻 伸泰 兵庫県立大 足立大樹

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We are studying nano/micro-structure control and mechanical properties of advanced structural metallic materials. Structural materials provide superior mechanical properties and are indispensable for safety and progress of society. We try to clarify the formation mechanisms of nano/micro-structure through phase transformation, precipitation, recrystallization and severe plastic deformation, and to correlate the obtained structures with their strength, ductility and fracture behavior fundamentally. Especially, we have been one of the world-leading groups on bulk nanostructured metals. We endeavor to make the atmosphere where young students and researchers can independently develop their ability through frontier research. With diverse members including international students and researchers, we have been energetically carrying out research activities, often through collaborations with other groups in various universities, institutes and industries.

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