Position #168 – Measurement Systems Engineering Lab.

Host institution
JP - Okayama University (岡山大学)
Lab or research department name
Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Others – Engineering, Technology
Type of mobility
Duration (months)
From 6 months

HTS-SQUID’s systems
Non-destructive test of solar panels and electrolyte cells. Compact magnetometers [see K. Sakai et al. SUST, 25, 045005 (2012), M. M. Saari et al., JJAP, 51, 046601 (2012)]

Terahertz systems
Terahertz chemical microscopy for bio-materials
Terahertz analysis of fuel cells
Time-domain Terahertz spectroscopy with a fast delay scanner
[T. Kiwa et al., Sens. Act. B,187, pp. 8–11(2013), T. Kiwa et al., Opt. Exp., 20, 046601 (2012)]

Chemical sensors
Multi-ion sensors
FET-based hydrogen gas sensors
[K. Tsukada et al., JJAP, 51, 015701 (2012), K. Tsukada et al., APEX, 5, 034102 (2012)]

Non-destructive test using magnetic sensors
NDT of welding, steel pipes and plates
[K. Tsukada et al., NDT&E Int’l, 44, pp. 101–105 (2011), K. Tsukada et al., NDT&E Int’l, 43, pp. 232–328 (2010)]

From January 2016
Maximum available positions
Doctoral candidates are invited to propose a research topic and select a host, which are related to their proposed doctoral research. For inquiries and laboratory introductions please contact the address below.
Pr. T. Tsukada <tsukada@cc.okayama-u.ac.jp>