YOUICHI SHIMIZU


B. Eng. (Hakozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka), Ms. Eng., Ph. D. (Kasuga-shi, Fukuoka)

Professor
Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering
Kyushu Institute of Technology


1-1 Sensui-cho, Tobata, City of Kitakyushu 804-8550, Japan

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E-mail: shims@tobata.isc.kyutech.ac.jp (is chaged as) shimizu.youichi366(at)mail.kyutech.jp
Dept. Office fax: +81-93-884-3300
Office location: The 8th Edu. & Res. Bldg. Room N402
Laboratory location: The 8th Edu. & Res. Bldg. Rooms N401-407, N501, C301

 
Research Areas:

Synthesis and characterization of inorganic functional material for the application of electrochemical and/or optical devices.



Current Research Topics:

My interests are in synthesizing and characterizing high functional inorganic materials for application in chemical sensor devices, batteries, and optical-devices based on ceramic materials such as solid electrolyte, oxide thin- & thick- films.


Recent Publications:


What's new!?:

1/ SHIMY STUDIED IN MAC

Prof. Shimizu (Shimy) has been visited to Ceramic Lab., Dept. of Materials Sci. & Eng., McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, from March 1996 to August 1996 under the supervision of Prof. Patrick S. Nicholson. (photo with DOC)

1'/ Shimy has been visited to The Ceramic Lab., McMaster University, again in May 2000. Special Thanks to Ena & Doc, Drs. Kuo, Yoko, Ben etc.

Hamilton's information:
MSE/Dept. of Materials Sci. & Eng.
MAC/McMaster University
HAM/Hamilton, Ontario, Canada


2/ SHIMY WINS A SPEAKING PRIZE!

Shimy won an award for his oral presentation at The 7th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, held in Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing China, in July 27-30 1998. It is the big conference on chemical sensors. Shimy's talk concerned his work on novel electrodes of Pyrochlore-type oxides for solid electrolyte device, to produce high-performance NO and NO2 sensors.

3/ SHIMY WINS An ITE Research Award: 2004!

Shimy won an award for his outstanding research of "Development of Functional Ceramic Catalyst for Gas-Diffusion Electrode", from International Technology Exchange Society, USA, in May 1, 2004.

4/ SHIMY WINS A Seiyama PRIZE: 2005!

Shimy won an award for his outstanding research of "Development of Novel Sensor Device with Functional Ceramic Electrode", from Japan Association of Chemical Sensors, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, in Jan 18, 2005.

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