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Masashige Majima received the 31st Outstanding Poster Award at the Autumn 2018 (163rd) Lecture Meeting of the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials.

Updated Nov. 7, 2018
The Outstanding Poster Award is presented to outstanding posters and presenters at a lecture meeting of the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials.
Majima evaluated the various changes in the structure of a magnesium alloy by ECAP processing and the effects of the changed structure on anti-corrosion properties. The consideration of the relationship between the magnesium alloy structure and corrosion mechanism by extracting structural factors by detailed structural observation and analyzing corrosive reactions by electrochemical measurements, and responses at the question and answer session was highly regarded, which lead to receiving the award.


Title of the Presentation
Anti-corrosion properties of magnesium alloy ZK60 structure-controlled by ECAP processing

Award Winner
Masashige Majima (First year student of the Master's Programs, Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Joint Winners
Shinpei Ito
(Fourth year student, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Reiji Masai
(Fourth year student, Department of Energy and Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Motohiro Yuasa
(Assistant Professor, Department of Energy and Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Hiroyuki Miyamoto
(Professor, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
The Outstanding Poster Award is presented to outstanding posters and presenters at a lecture meeting of the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials.
Majima evaluated the various changes in the structure of a magnesium alloy by ECAP processing and the effects of the changed structure on anti-corrosion properties. The consideration of the relationship between the magnesium alloy structure and corrosion mechanism by extracting structural factors by detailed structural observation and analyzing corrosive reactions by electrochemical measurements, and responses at the question and answer session was highly regarded, which lead to receiving the award.


Title of the Presentation
Anti-corrosion properties of magnesium alloy ZK60 structure-controlled by ECAP processing

Award Winner
Masashige Majima (First year student of the Master's Programs, Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)

Joint Winners
Shinpei Ito
(Fourth year student, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Reiji Masai
(Fourth year student, Department of Energy and Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Motohiro Yuasa
(Assistant Professor, Department of Energy and Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
Hiroyuki Miyamoto
(Professor, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)
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