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Photonics for Material Processing


Photonics for Material Processing , Professor

Akihiko Tsuboi
BE


Photonics for Material Processing , Associate Professor

Shinichiro Okihara
Ph.D

We support from introduction of laser processing to application use.

Specialty:

Laser processing, Laser engineering, and Laser plasma
  • Research of the rock crush mechanism.:High-power-laser makes a high added value.

  • Development of the processing technology for a medical implement and parts.

  • System building using a light source: Production of equipment incorporating an optical control technique.

Keywords:

Laserprocessing (CW laser and milli-second, femto-second pulse laser)

Optical measurement for laserprocessing:
Ultra high-speed phenomenon measurement(High-speed camera, streak camera)
Measurement ofultrafast low-light-levelphenomena (PMT, fluorescent screen)

Equipment development:
System design of a laser head, measurement and laserprocessing. Development of a medical implement.

Generation and measurement of high enery particle beam(electron, ion) induced by high-intensity laser.

Photonics for Material Processing , Assistant Professor

Toshiyuki Kusumoto
Ph.D.

Supporting the industrial application with laser processing technologies and spectroscopic measuring technologies

Specialty:

Laser processing, Spectroscopic measurement, Chemical- and/or bio-nanotechnology
  • Development of laser processing with high reproducibility: combination between a new laser processing system and an optical properties measurement system

  • Development of a high functional device using chemical and/or biological nanotechnologies

Keywords:

Laser processing: Short- and ultrashort-pulse (ms - fs) laser, High-power CW laser, Laser patterning, Laser ablation, Lasar surface modification

System development: Optical spectral measurement, Laser processing application

Organic & Biomaterials: Pigment, Pigment-protein complex, Photosynthesis, Organic synthesis, High-functional device application

Photonics for Material Processing , Project Professor

Muneharu Kutsuna
Ph.D.