Leading researcher from Japan's Department of Science and Technology Innovation visits Queen Mary
2 February 2024
Professor Tadachika Nakayama from the Government of Japan's Department of Science and Technology Innovation visited Queen Mary University of London on 3rd February.
During his visit, he introduced his pioneering work on nano-pulsed high-energy-assisted processing. In an exciting exchange of knowledge, the group discussed ceramics processing, pooling of ferroelectrics, and innovative 3D printing technologies.
Prof Nakayama is a world-leading researcher in ceramic creation technology, and his contributions have significantly impacted the field.
Following the visit, Prof Nakayama's doctoral student, Hiroyuki Saito, will be joining Queen Mary as part of a three-month exchange. Hiroyuki’s research focuses on ultra-high energy-efficient sintering, and we can't wait to see the results of their time with us.