3-4-1 Okubo, Shinjuku, Tokyo 169-8555, JAPAN
Nishi-Waseda Campus, Waseda University
1995 B. Eng., Waseda University
1997 M. Eng., Waseda University
2002 Dr. Eng., Hokkaido University
1997-2001 Researcher, NRIM (National Research Institute for Metals)
2001-2005 Researcher, NIMS (National Institute for Materials Sciece)
2003-2004 Visiting Researcher, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne
2005-2009 Senior Researcher, NIMS
2009- Principal Researcher, NIMS
2019- Visiting Professor, Waseda University
Metallic materials corrode after being used for many years. For the safe use of machines and devices made of metallic materials, surface treatments are applied to give the proper corrosion resistance and surface function (wear resistance, biocompatibility et al.). Our research aims to develop surface coatings of metallic materials depending on the practical service environment of automobiles and medical devices. The surface treatments are performed with dipping and electrophoretic deposition methods. The corrosion tests are performed with immersion tests and electrochemical measurements such as polarization test and impedance measurement. The findings will help to deepen the understanding of the interaction between metal surfaces and solution.
Lab. HP URL: https://samurai.nims.go.jp/profiles/hiromoto_sachiko
This research area is organized by the contract between Waseda University and NIMS.
Details can be found in the following web page.
Fig. Development of corrosion protection coatings for Mg alloys
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