Demand for highly-functional glass materials is growing in tandem with recent advances in semiconductors and the advent of the 5G era. In particular, it is important to understand the factors that determine the material properties to develop diverse and new functions. Tokyo University of Science and AGC have been conducting various joint research projects in the field of highly-functional glass, establishing methods to control the microstructure of glass materials, and jointly developing various glass such as the glass that is resistant to breakage.
Through this program, Tokyo University of Science and AGC aim to contribute to the advancement of science and industry, as well as to stimulate the development of the human resources who will support science and industry in Japan in the future, by promoting and enhancing education and research.
*1 In April 2021, the department name will be changed from the Department of Materials Science and Technology, Graduate School of Industrial Science and Technology to the Department of Materials Synthesis Engineering, Graduate School of Advanced Engineering.
■Social Cooperation Program Overview
|Program title:||Laboratory for Inorganic and Amorphous Materials|
|Implementing department:||Department of Materials Synthesis Engineering, Graduate School of Advanced Engineering, Tokyo University of Science (Katsushika Campus)|
|Implementing period:||From April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2026|
|Purpose of research:||The purpose of this research is to elucidate the relationship between the structure and physical properties of inorganic and amorphous materials and to create functions by integrating glass science-related technology with the latest scientific knowledge in inorganic materials.|
|Instructors:||Kei Maeda, Professor (Dispatched from AGC Inc.)
Atsuo Yasumori, Professor (Faculty of Industrial Science and Technology, Department of Materials Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science)
|Partner Representative Researcher:||Naoki Sugimoto (Executive Officer, General Manager, Materials Integration Laboratory, Technology General Division, AGC Inc.)|
■Positioning of this program
Tsutomu Shimizu, Head of Public Relations Division, Tokyo University of Science
(Contact: Fukuoka; Tel: 03-5228-8107; Ｅ-mail: email@example.com）
Kazumi Tamaki, General Manager, Corporate Communications & Investor Relations Division AGC Inc.
(Contact: Kitano; Tel: +81-3-3218-5603; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)