TOKAI UNIVERSITY Researchers Guide 2020

Applications of metal-oxide materials are spreading in wide variety of elds. Vanadium dioxide, which shows insulator-metal transition with temperature increase, is hopeful candidate for smart windows where infrared-light incidence is automatically reduced in hot summer. We aim to contribute for energy-savings through the study on fabrication of thin vanadium dioxide films with superior crystalline structure and high optical switching ability.ResearchAreasEngineeringKeywords□Energy-saving■Smart windows■Phase change■Vanadium dioxide□Thin lms technologyRelatedresearchSDGSmart windows based on phase change oxide coatingsProfessorKunio OkimuraUndergraduate School of EngineeringDepartment of Electrical and Electronic EngineeringMost renewable energy sources produce electricity. It is very important to improve the eciency of motors and generators that convert electricity into mechanical power and vice versa. The lab is improving the performance of vehicles by improving inverters, capacitors, batteries, solar modules, materials and design.ResearchAreasEngineeringKeywords■Solar Car and Related Technologies■Highly Ecient Motor for Electric Vehicle■Linear Generator for Acoustic Engine■Solar UAV■CFRTPRelatedresearchSDGEnergy Conversion and Storage for Electric VehicleProfessorHideki KimuraUndergraduate School of EngineeringDepartment of Electrical and Electronic EngineeringIn recent years, due to rapid development and widespread use, wireless technology has been changing people's lives signicantly. Wireless power transmission is recognized as a new power feeding method that will carry the next generation because of its convenience and eciency.My research focuses on developing a wireless power transmission system that is highly ecient and reliable, and can be easily used by anyone.The aim is to realize an energy-ecient infrastructure by integrating power engineering and communication engineering.ResearchAreasEngineeringKeywords■Wireless communication■Signal Processing■Wireless Power transmissionRelatedresearchSDGHigh Eciency of Wireless Power Transmission with Broadband CommunicationAssociate ProfessorMamiko InamoriUndergraduate School of EngineeringDepartment of Electrical and Electronic Engineering78

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