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Kazuhiro Hara

Name Kazuhiro Hara
Position Professor
Degree(s) Dr. of Engineering
Main Subjects Electromagnetics and Practice I, II
Engineering English II
Specialty Electron Devices
Kazuhiro Hara
Field of Research Development of sensors on environmental monitoring
Academic Society Institute of Electrical Engineers Japan
Society of Chemical Sensors
Japanese Society of Applied Physics
Short Curriculum Vitae He graduated from Tokyo University in Electronics Engineering in 1972.
:received Master of Engineering from Tokyo University in 1974.
:received Doctor of Engineering from Tokyo University in 1977.
:became a lecturer at Department of Electrical Engineering, Tokyo Denki University in 1977.
:was promoted as an associate professor at Department of Electrical Engineering, Tokyo Denki University in 1980.
:was promoted as a professor at Department of Electrical Engineering, Tokyo Denki University in 1992.
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Selected Papers

  • Tomo Akiyama, Yurie Ishikawa, Kazuhiro Hara: Xylene sensor using double-layered thin film and Ni-deposited porous alumina, Sensors and Actuators B, vol. 181, pp. 348–352, 2013.
  • Yurie Ishikawa, Kazuhiro Hara: Thin-film gas sensors operating in a perpendicular current mode, Sensors and Actuators B, vol. 181, pp. 932–937, 2013.
  • Kazuhiro Hara: Sensors for Monitoring Harmful Gases and Organic Floating Particles, in Biochemical Sensors: Mimicking Gustatory and Olfactory Senses ed. by Kiyoshi Toko, Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd., pp. 333–348, 2013.

Laboratory Introduction

We are investigating sensors on environmental monitoring using IC fabrication and micromachining technologies.

Applied Electronics Laboratory

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