Sol-Gel
 

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Japan (8)

 
Akiyoshi OSAKA
Biomaterials laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Okayama University
Organiv-Inorganic materials for Optical and Clinical applications
Shinobu Fujihara
Applied Chemistry , Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University
Sol-gel processing for fluorides, oxyfluorides, oxyfluoride glass-ceramics, oxide/fluoride nanocomposites for optical application.
Hiroyuki INOUE
Materials Science University of Tokyo
Structure analysis of glass by means of molecular dynamics simulation, optical properties of rare earth doped glass, amorphous gel doped with organic molecules prepared by sol-gel process
Akio MAKISHIMA
Department of Materials Science, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Functional Organic-Inorganic Composite materials
Masayuki Nogami
Nagoya Institute of Technology
Yoshiyuki Sughara
Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University 
Sol-Gel processing, Electro-conductive oxides
Kohei SOGA
Norio Tsubokawa
Material engineering group , Department of Material Science and Technology, University of Niigata University
Functionalization of ultrafine particles by surface grafting of polymers. Organic-Inorganic hybrids.

 

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 Hong Kong (1)

 

Dennis Y.K. Lo's
The Chines University of Hong Kong
Dye doped Silica gels for laser materials

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 Korea (3)

 
Byeong-Soo-Bae
Laboratory of Optical Materials and Coating (LOMC) at the Dept. of Materials Science & Engineering at KAIST
Kyeong Youl Jung
Kaist
Sol-Gel made materials for catalytic applications

In-Bo Shim (Korea)
Sol-Gel & Magnetic Materials Laboratory
Dept. of Electronic Physics, College of Natural Science Kookmin Univ.
Magnetic materials, Ferroelectric materials and sol-gel preparation technique

 

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