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Hideyuki Sano and Kazuya Takeuchi (Graduate School of Science and Engineering) Receive Kansai Electrochemistry Incentive Award

Updated Dec. 26, 2016
On December 10, 2016, the 3rd Kansai Electrochemical Society Seminar (organized by the Electrochemical Society of Japan, Kansai Branch) was held in Osaka, where Hideyuki Sano and Kazuya Takeuchi of the Graduate School of Science and Engineering (Major of Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling) received the Kansai Electrochemistry Incentive Award.

Sano clarified the property of a positive electrode using nickel-coated spherical silica particles with core-shell structure as a material of a hydrogen/air battery, which is expected as a next-generation secondary battery. Takeuchi developed a new method for evaluating the activity of the oxygen catalyst used in the positive electrode of the above-mentioned battery. Both research outcomes were highly regarded, earning them the awards.

1.Title of Presentation:
‘Effect of manufacturing conditions of an air secondary battery using nickel-coated spherical silica particles as an electrical conducting material on the polarization properties of the positive electrode’

Presenter:
Hideyuki Sano
Second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Environmental Systems Science)

Co-author:
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

2. Title of Presentation:
‘Development of a new evaluation method for the catalytic activity toward the oxygen reduction reaction with single use of oxide nanoparticles’

Presenter:
Kazuya Takeuchi
Second year, Master’s Program in Science of Environment and Mathematical Modeling, Graduate School of Science and Engineering (graduated from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Environmental Systems Science)

Co-author:
Masatsugu Morimitsu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)


Website of the 3rd Kansai Electrochemical Society Seminar
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