Reseachers Databook

Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, IWATE UNIVERSITY

NAITO TomoyukiAssistant Professor

Affiliation Faculty of Engineering
Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Graduate School of Engineering
·Master's Programs
Frontier Materials and Function Engineering
·Doctoral Programs
Frontier Matter and Function Engineering
Keywords Superconductivity
Summary The major focus of my research efforts is the development of a new method for magnetizing bulk superconductors to induce a trapped magnetic field with a field strength exceeding 6.0 T using a pulsed magnetic field that can be produced by a compact portable device. The research objective is to understand the magnetizing phenomena by measuring temperature and magnetic field strength simultaneously. This is cutting edge research in the field of superconductivity applications such as magnetic separation applied to sewage treatment. My laboratory is active in participating in joint research projects with companies in this field. I am also engaged in studying crystal growth of new types of bulk superconductors to establish a database of thermophysical properties (thermal conductivity coefficients, thermal diffusivity coefficients, thermal expansion coefficients, etc.) of various kinds of oxide superconductors under low temperatures and high magnetic fields.
Research Fields Superconductor Technology, Low temperature Physics
Subjects Circuit Theory
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