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Fukuoka Hiroshi
Assistant Professor
Affiliation Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering
Discipline Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
Academic Degrees The University of Tokyo Doctor of Science
The University of Tokyo Master of Science
Research Fields Chemistry; Materials chemistry; Inorganic industrial materials
Research Keywords Superconductor / High pressure synthesis / fuel cell / proton conductor
Comments Hiroshi Fukuoka received PH.D. Degree from The University of Tokyo in 1996. He joined the Professor Yamanaka group at the Hiroshima University as an Assistant Professor in 1996. He currently belongs to the Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering at Hiroshima University. His research area includes inorganic chemistry, high-pressure chemistry, crystallography, and functional material science. His research focuses on superconductors having highly covalent networks such as clathrate and skutterudite compounds. He also studies a new type of proton conductor for the use of fuel cells.
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Topic Chemistry
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SDGs 4 Quality education 7 Affordable and clean energy 9 Industry, innovation, infrastructure
Educational Programs [Bachelor Degree Program] School of Engineering : Cluster 3(Applied Chemistry, Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering) : Program of Applied Chemistry
[Master's Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Applied Chemistry Program
[Master's Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Smart Innovation Program
[Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Applied Chemistry Program
[Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Smart Innovation Program
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