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Kubo Laboratory

Kubo Laboratory (Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale Simulation) provides lab. tour & consultation for prospective students at any time.

student award
student award
2014
17.
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
“Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Low Friction Mechanism of DLC by MoDTC”
Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
May 30, 2014
Hiroki Murabayashi
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
16.
Hatakeyama Award, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
March 26, 2014
Takehiro Aizawa
Hatakeyama Award, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Hatakeyama Award, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
15.
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
“Theoretical Elucidation of Chemical Mechanical Polishing Process for Semiconductor Electronics by Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Method”
March 25, 2014
Kentaro Kawaguchi
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
2013
14.
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
“Water Lubrication Simulation of Silicon Carbide Film by Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Method”
Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
May 31, 2013
Yoshihiko Kobayashi
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
13.
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
“Clarification of Crystal Growth Mechanism of Thin Film Solar Cell and Design of Highly-Durable Solar Cell by Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Method” March 22, 2013
Takuya Kuwahara
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
12.
JSME Young Engineers Award
“Degradation Simulation of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Based on First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Method”
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
February 28, 2013
Akira Kobayashi
JSME Young Engineers Award JSME Young Engineers Award
2012
11.
Best Poster Award
“Computational Simulation on Fracture Properties of Gadolinium-Doped Ceria Electrolytes for Highly Durable Solid Oxide Fuel Cell”
International Conference on Nanoscience + Technology 2012 (July 23-27, 2012)
July 27, 2012
Ryota Sakanoi
Best Poster Award Best Poster Award
Best Poster Award Best Poster Award
Best Poster Award Best Poster Award
10.
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
“Degradation Process Simulation of PEFC Electrolyte by First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Method”
Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
May 18, 2012
Akira Kobayashi
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
9.
Dean's Award of Department of Bioengineering and Robotics
“Clarification of Low-Friction Mechanism of Diamond-Like-Carbon and Theoretical Design of Super-Low Friction System”
March 27, 2012
Kentaro Hayashi
Dean's Award of Department of Bioengineering and Robotics Dean's Award of Department of Bioengineering and Robotics
8.
Miura Award, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
“Theoretical Study on Sintering Dynamics and Degradation Mechanism of Anode Catalysts in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell”
March 27, 2012
Jingxiang Xu
Miura Award, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Miura Award, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
7.
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
“Clarification of Low-Friction Mechanism of Diamond-Like-Carbon and Theoretical Design of Super-Low Friction System”
March 21, 2012
Kentaro Hayashi
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering Dean's Award of Graduate School of Engineering
6.
Best Poster Presenter Award
“Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Study on Surface Reactions of SiHx Radicals during Silicon Chemical Vapor Deposition for Solar Cells”
The 6th General Meeting of Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science - Virtual Organization (February 10-12, 2012)
February 10, 2012
Takuya Kuwahara
Best Poster Presenter Award Best Poster Presenter Award
2011
5.
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
“Molecular Dynamics Simulation on the Destruction Properties of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell”
Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
June 15, 2011
Ryota Sakanoi
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
4.
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
“Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Highly-Selective Etching Process of Si Oxide Film by Fluorocarbon”
Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
June 15, 2011
Hiroshi Ito
Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
3.
Special Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
“Crystal Growth Simulation of Si Thin Film Solar Cell by Quantum Chemical Molecular Dynamics”
Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan
June 15, 2011
Takuya Kuwahara
Special Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan Special Scholarship Award, Society of Computer Chemistry, Japan

2010

2.

Japan Thermal Spraying Society 2010 Best Paper Award

“Fundamental Study of Deposition Mechanism of Cold Sprayed Ni-Base Superalloy Particle by Means of Molecular Dynamics Method”
Japan Thermal Spraying Society
July 5, 2010

Satoshi Onchi

1.

Best Poster Presenter Award

“Deposition Mechanism Analysis of Cold Sprayed Ni-Base Superalloy Coatings Using First Principle Calculation and Molecular Dynamics Method”
The 4th General Meeting of Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science - Virtual Organization iJanuary 12-14, 2010j
January 13, 2010

Satoshi Onchi