Academic Staff and Fellows

Kengo Sugahara
Associate Professor Doctor of Engineering
Department/Electric and Electronic Engineering  Graduate school/Electronic Engineering

We are moving forward with R&D on wireless power supply systems that can transmit power without a cable, not only for portable devices, but also in the field of industrial equipment. Using applied electromagnetic field technologies, we are doing research on the next generation of wireless power supply technologies.

3-layer improvised absorbing boundary condition

Research Area Electromagnetic Analysis
Accelerator Physics
Teaching (Undergraduate Course) Electromagnetics, Erectric machine, Electric circuit
Teaching (Graduate Course) Numerical Electromagnetic Analysis
Research Interests Electromagnetic analysis,Magnetic hysteresis, Accerlator physics
Selected Publications (1)  “K. Sugahara, “Perturbation Approach for Open Boundary Problems Based on the Equivalence Theorem,” Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), pp. 2478-2483, 2016.
(2) "Generalized strategic dual image method for open boundary axisymmetrical magnetic field problems", IEEE Transaction Magnetics, Vol. 49, No.9,"pp. 4944-4950
(3) "Periodic image method for open boundary axisymmetrical magnetic field problem", IEEE Transaction Magnetics, Vol.49, No.11, pp. 5399-540
Affiliated Academic Societies IEEE
(Undergraduate Course)
BE form Keio University
(Master's/Doctral Course)
ME form Kyoto University
DE form Hosei University
Interests and Others Ice hockey

Applied Electromagnetics Laboratory

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Academic Staff and Fellows