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髙橋 淳

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Department of Systems Innovation,Faculty of Engineering,The University of Tokyo
Carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastics, future transportation and logistics systems, innovative simulation, superfunctional materials
takahashi-jun(at)cfrtp.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp※Please replace (at) with @ and send mail.

Advanced Composite Material Technology for Future Society

Advanced Composite Material Technology for Future SocietyInternal structural information of fiber reinforced composites obtained by image processing of X-ray CT image

Until now, the birth of materials with new functions has produced new services. However, with the rapid development of AI, IoT, machine learning, cloud computing, etc., society will change dramatically, and conventional material technology can not contribute to this fast innovation. We are researching and developing not only new advanced composite materials but their social implementation technologies that meet the needs of the future society.

CFRTP for the Future Transportation Society

We are developing CFRTP (carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastics) that meets the needs for light weight, mass production, reliability, and recyclability to contribute to future traffic and logistics systems under electric vehicles, automatic driving, sharing, etc.

Innovative Simulation Technology for New Services

In support suits and robots in sports, medical care, nursing care, agriculture, etc., functions such as designability, toughness, comfortableness and high formability are required rather than mass production. We are developing optimal and flexible computer simulation design technology for each product based on high-detail digital databases by various advanced measurement technologies such as X-ray CT and modal analyzer.

Hybrid Materials for Improving Social Resilience

In order to improve the resiliency of society at the time of disasters etc., we are developing hybrid materials using fiber reinforced sheets as structural materials for buildings and infrastructure that excel in floatability, durability, repairability and reusability.

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