Japanese

Kenji Hirakuri

Name Kenji Hirakuri
Position Professor
Degree(s) Ph.D.
Main Subjects Quantum Physics
Digital Circuit
Comprehensive Career Development in Electrical and Electronic Fields
Engineering English I
Presentation Using Computer
Kenji Hirakuri
Specialty Electronic Materials
Field of Research Manufacturing Process for Semiconductor Devices
Electronic Devices
Electronic Materials
Academic Society The Japan Society of Applied Physics
IEEE
Diamond Forum
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan
Short Curriculum Vitae Kenji HIRAKURI graduated in Electronic Engineering, Tokyo Denki University in 1984. He received his M.E. and Ph.D. degrees, all in Electrical Engineering from Tokyo Denki University, in 1987 and 1990, respectively. In 1990, he joined Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, where he presently a Professor in Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He has been a Visiting Professor at Vienna Institute of Technology, Vienna, since 1995. He was working from 2005 to 2006 as a Secretary of IEEE R10.
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Selected Papers

  • Ozeki, D. Sekiba, A. Uedono, K.K. Hirakuri, T. Masuzawa [Effect of incorporation of deuterium on vacancy-type defects of a-C:H films prepared by plasma CVD] Applied Surface Science, 330 (2015) pp. 142–147.
  • Y. Ohgoe, K. Hirakuri「Biomedical Application of Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon (DLC) Films」Science of Machine vol. 67, no. 2, (2015) pp. 106–111.
  • Kouki Fujioka, Sanshiro Hanada, Yuriko Inoue, Keisuke Sato, Kenji Hirakuri, Kouichi Shiraishi, Fumihide Kanaya, Keiichi Ikeda, Ritsuko Usui, Kenji Yamamoto, Seung U. Kim and Yoshinobu Manome, [Effects of Silica and Titanium Oxide Particles on a Human Neural Stem Cell Line: Morphology, Mitochondrial Activity, and Gene Expression of Differentiation Markers] Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2014, 15(7):11742–11759.
  • K. Ozeki, D. Sekiba, K. K. Hirakuri, and T. Masuzawa [Antithrombogenicity of amorphous deuterated carbon film prepared by RF-plasma CVD] Nano Biomedicine 5(1) (2014) pp. 11–17.
  • 大越康晴, 平栗健二「非晶質炭素膜の生体適合性」New Diamond vol. 31, no. 1 (2014) pp. 13–17.

Laboratory Introduction

We are developing new electronic materials using semiconductor technologies and the aim of our studies is the realization of the useful electronic items such as flat display panel and diamond ICs. This research field in nano-devices is included in electronic materials and devices and the technologies developed in this area are used in a variety of applications including photo-electronics, mechanical devices, and manufacturing processing for semiconductor devices.

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