Funded Research Division
Section / Group
Energy Systems (Chubu Electric Power) Funded Research Division
This division conducts research aimed at constructing the next generation of safe and secure power transmission and distribution systems with a view to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. Research of high practical value, such as improving the performance and reliability of power equipment in AC/DC networks, is conducted, as well as research of high academic value, such as the advancement of measurement and analysis technology for phenomena occurring in power systems and equipment. By integrating these studies and maintaining a broad perspective from an academic to a practical standpoint, we will propose power transmission and distribution systems for developing the energy infrastructure that will serve as the foundation of a sustainable society.
Development of technology for countermeasures against fault currents in power equipment in AC/DC networks
Designated Assistant Professor
DANISH Mir Sayed Shah
Development of power system analysis technology for mass introduction of renewable energy
Toyota Advanced Power Electronics Funded Research Division
To achieve a sustainable society that ensures a positive symbiotic relationship between humans and Earth, the funded division researches power electronics technologies for future mobility. The division researches and develops material technologies, device technologies, and system applications of wide-bandgap semiconductors with a wide perspective, contributing to the realization of the sustainable society as well as nurturing young researchers for the next generation.
Sustainable society that ensures a positive symbiotic relationship between humans and Earth
Growth of bulk GaN crystal