Researcher's Profile

  • Professor
  • Junya INOUE
  • High Performance Materials

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March 1998 Ph.D., School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo (UTokyo)
April 1998 Research Associate, Department of Engineering, Brown University
July 1999 Research Assistant, School of Engineering, UTokyo
April 2000 Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, UTokyo
August 2004 Associate Professor, School of Engineering, UTokyo
August 2015 Associate Professor, RCAST, UTokyo(~Aplil 2020)

Research Interests

Mechanical property and performance of materials are strongly influenced by their microstructure especially at their most basic structural and functional length scales. Prof. Inoue's research interests include experimental characterization and analysis of defects, deformation and fracture in structural metals and alloys, and metal-metal and metal-matrix composites. Current research activities focus primarily on the effect of microstructure and metallurgical property on reliability of novel high-strength and high-toughness steels.

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