Doshisha University International Science and Technology Course

  • S
  • M
  • L
  1. Home
  2. Programs & Courses
  3. Graduate School of Science and Engineering : Applied Chemistry (Laboratories : Powder Technology Laboratory)

Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Applied Chemistry

Powder Technology Laboratory

Towards the creation of intelligent powder systems using powder simulation

Staff

P.Shirakawa

Yoshiyuki SHIRAKAWA
[Professor]
MD

Telephone : +81-774-65-6596
sirakawa

Office : SC-326
Database of Researchers
No Image

Mikio YOSHIDA
[Associate Professor]

Telephone : +81-774-65-6608
YoshidaMikio

Office : SC-408
Database of Researchers

Research Topics

  • Optimum design and control methods for powder processes
  • Establishment of powder materials engineering such as functional ceramics
  • Development of novel particle method simulations
  • Design of aggregated nanoparticle dispersion operation
  • Elucidation of mechanism of morphological control in crystals using molecular simulations
  • Establishment of liquid-liquid interfacial crystallization methods
  • Production of coated composite particles using non-uniform nucleation
  • Production of composite materials using mechano-chemical methods
  • Development of patterning technology using electrophoresis

Research Contents

We use computer engineering, specifically powder simulations, to conduct research on the production of high-function materials involving powder particles and on the design of powder particle systems. In particular, we introduce the concept of systems engineering to create optimum designs for high-function powder materials formed by the aggregation of numerous particles with varying chemical compositions, the production processes for these materials, and the devices that use these materials.

Keywords

  • Powder properties
  • Granular processes
  • Chemical simulations (MC method, MD method)
  • Particle simulations (DEM, MPS)
  • Slurry dispersion/drying
  • Powder forming/sintering
  • Mechano-chemical reactions
  • Solid electrolytes
  • Composite electron materials
  • Crystallization
  • Electrophotography