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Comprehensive Research on Materials, Systems and Energy for a Sustainable Future of the Earth

Program Theme

Our society produces and consumes gigantic amount of energy to keep its activities every day. In this process, however, we put huge environmental burdens on the earth and accelerate global warming because of serious losses of energy. In order to tackle these problems, this program will review and research on the whole energy system of production, transportation, storage, and usage of energy with comprehensive viewpoint and interdisciplinary studies in material, system, and energy sciences. This program is to provide solutions for world energy and global warming issues by cooperation among internationally prominent institutions. Based on these activities, this program will contribute to create a sustainable future of the earth.

Events

TFC ELyT School 2016  [Jul. 19, 2016 Updated]
(August 28, 2016 – September 7, 2016)

TFC Conference  [Oct. 03, 2016 Updated]
(October 5, 2016)

TFC ELyT Workshop (Plenary Lectures)  [Sep. 21, 2016 Updated]
(October 6, 2016)

TFC ELyT Off-campus Workshop for Intensive Discussions  [Oct. 06, 2016 Updated]
(October 7, 2016 – October 8,2016)

Composite Materials Supporting Hydrogen Economy
(The 6th Lecture of Seminar for CFRP)
 [Jan. 20, 2017 Updated]
(January 27, 2017)

TFC Workshop for Advanced Maintenance on Composite Materials  [Jan. 10, 2017 Updated]
(February 15, 2017 – February 16, 2017)

Organizers

Toshiyuki Takagi
(Professor, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University)

Hiroo Yugami
(Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)

Takashi Goto
(Professor, Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University)

Koshi Adachi
(Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)

Naoto Wada
(Professor, Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University)

Poster  [Jan. 10, 2017 Updated]

Program poster: Download [PDF]
TFC Conference: Download [PDF]
TFC ELyT Workshop(Plenary Lectures): Download [PDF]
TFC Workshop for Advanced Maintenance on Composite Materials: Download [PDF]

Supported by TOKYO ELECTRON