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Department of Advanced Functional Materials Research

Welcome to Department of Advanced Functional Materials Research

At the department of Advanced Functional Materials Research, we carry out the synthesis and functionalization of polymers, semiconductors and spintronics materials using quantum beams such as ion beams, electron beams and gamma-rays for the development of high function and high quality materials, and also study the applications of their materials to lead R&D in the field of quantum materials and material science. Creation of spin defects in wide bandgap semiconductors and the manipulation of their spins, and spintronics based on two dimensional materials such as graphene for innovative low energy consumption electronic devices as well as quantum technologies, the synthesis of the advanced electrolyte membranes and catalysts based on high performance polymers for next generation batteries, novel functional cell culture materials for medical applications, highly atom specific recovery materials for collecting mineral resources are investigated. In addition, the advanced analysis technique using spin polarized positron beams, and the evaluation methodology for radiation resistance of semiconductor materials and devices are developed.

OHSHIMA Takeshi, Ph.D.
​Department Director

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