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

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Research report by Yoshida (Assistant Professor) and Hwang (CREST Assistant Professor)
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Research report by Lau (M1) and Tokiwa (M1)
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2nd rehearsal for M2 mid-term presentation
Lab Meeting
Research report by Nakase (M1)
Okada (D3) was awarded the Yoshida Research Encouragement Award at the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University.
Lab Meeting
1st rehearsal for M2 mid-term presentation
Lab Meeting
Tea-time seminar by Hakamata (M2)
Lab Meeting
Research report by Suzumura (M1) and Liu (M1)
Lab Meeting
Research report by Asada (M1) and Devendar (M1)
A paper shown below by Chong has been published in Materials Science and Engineering: A, Vol. 821.
"A unique three-stage dependence of yielding behavior and strain-hardening ability in Ti-10V-2Fe-3Al alloy on phase fraction"○Yan Chong, Si Gao, Nobuhiro Tsuji: Materials Science and Engineering: A, Vol. 821, 21 (2021), 141609.


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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