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Study in USA: 2-month course from August 2012 (completed)


From August 1 to September 30, 2012


Research training and workshop

Participants Research theme Advisor at University of Michigan
Kenji Ishiguro Fiber optics for strain measurement in ACL injury Prof. James Ashton-Miller
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering)
Yuich Iwase Joule heating analysis using the COMSOL multiphysics software Prof. Katsuo Kurabayashi
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering)
Qiong Wu Development of Arrays of Closed, Adjustable, and Reversible Nanochannels by Tunnel Cracking Prof. Shuichi Takayama
(Dept. Biomedical Engineering)
Keita Uchida Vertical Cu nanoowire array on flexible base Prof. Jay Guo
(Dept. Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Macromolecular Scinence and Engineering, Applied Physics)
Misato Osuka Development of Monopolar to Reduce Adhesion of Blood Coagulation Prof. Albert J. Shin
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering)
Nobuhide Otake Computational time reduction method in FEM analysis Prof. Gregory M. Hulbert
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering)
Tohn Takahashi Simulation of a Compton imager for radioactive material localization Prof. Sara A. Pozzi
(Dept. Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences)
Takahiro Nakashima Simulation of Microfluidic Chaotic Mixer for Efficient Capture of Circulating Tumor Cells Prof. Jianping Fu
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering)
Yosuke Niimi Literature review of gas micro-pump Prof. Khalil Najafi
(Dept. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
Ryota Notsu Effective Thermal Conductivity of Lunar Regolith Prof. Massoud Kaviany
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Applied Physics)
Mingrui Bai Simulation about influence on Deposition in GF-OVJP by Different Nozzle Configuration Prof. Max Shtein
(Dept. Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering)
Takuya Matsuyama Lifetime Characterization of Magnetoelastic Motors Prof. Yogesh B. Gianchandani
(Dept. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science)
Takahito Yoshiura Dynamic Response of a Bistable-like Nonlinear Piezoelectric Vertical Actuator Prof. Kenn Oldham
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering)
Gen Li Milling Tool Design for High Speed Machining of Titanium Alloys Prof. Jun Ni
(Dept. Mechanical Engineering)
Yan Kuang Lim Study on the improvement of thermal stability and mechanical properties of silicon rubber Prof. Richard M. Laine
(Dept. Materials Science and Engineering)
Naoya Nakanishi Relationship between two-phase separation and concentration Prof. Shuichi Takayama
(Dept. Biomedical Engineering)

Course Credit

One credit is given by Nagoya University for the completion of the training