Academic Staff and Fellows

Takayoshi FUJINO
Associate Professor Doctor of Engineering
Department/Applied Chemistry 

The research theme of this laboratory is the surface science of light metals such as titanium and aluminum. Our research efforts rest on the three pillars of the environment, bio, and energy, and we promote manufacturing and development based on collaboration among industry, government, and academia.

Microscope photograph and corrosion potential of thin films

Research Area Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Engineering
Teaching (Undergraduate Course) Analytical Chemistry, Environmental Engineering, Experiment III for Applied Chemistry
Research Interests High Function by Surface Modification & Treatment of Light Metal(Aluminum, Magnesium and Titanium etc.).
Development of the High Functional Material with Anodic Oxidation by Hybrid Electrolytic Method and Electroless Plating on Light Metal.
Selected Publications (1)Preparation of Nickel Nanopillars Using Structure-Controlled Porous Anodized Aluminum bu hybrid Electrolysis of AC and DC,J. Surf. Finish. Soc. Jpn, 61(6), pp.452-457(2010).
(2)A Grant of Photocatalyst Function by the Electrolytic Deposition of FeTiOx to the Hole Inside of Aluminum Oxdation Films,J. Surf. Finish. Soc. Jpn, 62(12), pp.663-666(2011).
(3)Production of the Ni-P Electroless Plating on Aluminum Die Casting (ADC12) ,Alumi. Finish. Soc. Kinki, 290(11), pp.8-15(2014).
Affiliated Academic Societies Surface Finishing Society of Japan, The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry, The Japan Society for Light Metals
External Activity Surface Finishing Society of Japan(Director),
Aluminium Finishig Society of Kinki (Secretary General)
Education
(Undergraduate Course)
BE and ME from kindai University
Title of Thesis, Institute, Date Studies on effect of reducing powders on atomic absorption spectrometry and its application for differentiak determination
Biography Associate Professor of Kindai University
Awards Paper Prize of the Japan Society for Light Metals
Message to Students Much experience becomes skill up.
Interests and Others Movie appreciation, Trip

Laboratory of Applied Control Chemistry

E-mail taka-f(at)apch.kindai.ac.jp
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Academic Staff and Fellows