前田 秀一

Maeda Shuichi

  • 教授
  • 学位:Ph.D

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Engineering / Department of Optical and Imaging Science and Technology
  • Graduate School of Science and Technology / Course of Science and Technology
  • Graduate School of Engineering / Course of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Nanotechnology/Materials Material fabrication and microstructure control

論文

Damage Characteristics of Silicone Rubber caused by Abrading The Edge of PPC Papers cut with CO2 Laser

Preparation of Flexible Substrates Using Silver Mirror Reaction for Electronic Paper

Color Changeable Paper Sheets with Kapok Fibers Containing Chromic Materials

Ultra Long-range Visible Light Propagation of Human Skin

ナノ酸化亜鉛を用いることにより背景透過性と画像認識性を両立させた光散乱制御型HUD

3D Technologies in the Past, Present, and Future

Projection Screen Inspired by Human Skin for Use in Pseudo Windows

Optimization of Surface Treatment to Kapok Fibers and Solvent Selection Using Hansen Solubility Parameter and Work of Immersion when Containing a Functional Material into Kapok Fibers

Silver Films as Rewritable Imaging Media for Electronic Paper

Security Paper Sheets Using Kapok Fibers Containing Chromic Materials

Development of an Excellent Depth Feeling Wallpaper Screen Based on a New Theory of an Optical Biomimetic Model of Human Skin

Preparation, Characterization and Application of Organic Conducting Polymer-Silica Nanocomposite Particles

Color change mechanism of niobium oxide thin film with incidental light angle and applied voltage

Conducting Polymer-Inorganic Oxide Nanocomposites

Study of Toner Mask Method for Titanium Plate as Rewritable Imaging Media

Study of Toner Mask Method for Silver Sulfide Imaging on Silver Plate

Niobium Films as Rewritable Imaging Media

Development of Imaging Screen with Superior Feeling of Depth Inspired by Optical Properties of Human Skin

Characterization of the Optical Properties of 2D-to-3D Conversion Imaging Screens Using Bidirectional Transmittance Distribution Function

Rewritable Paper Utilizing Kapok Fibers Containing Thermo-sensitive Inks

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