Chief Scientist Laboratories
Materials Fabrication Laboratory
Chief Scientist: Hitoshi Ohmori (D.Eng.)
The main objective of our research is the development of revolutionary and new material processing technologies in grinding, lapping, polishing, cutting and forming for an extensive range of materials. Through advanced research activities on ultraprecision, ultrafine, nanoprecision and ultra-smooth machining processes, required for the fabrication of advanced functional devices such as optical and electronic components, we launched the research of a new field of micro-mechanical fabrication technologies in addition to surface functional modification, transcription, process control and optimization techniques, aiming at a wide variety of materials, precision, mechanics and scale ranging from micrometer to nanometer level, to meet practical and applied industrial needs.
Main Research Field
Related Research Fields
Physics / Materials Sciences / Biology & Biochemistry / Computer Science / Environment & Ecology / Space Science
- Nanoprecision mechanical fabrication processes for micro-structural/functional devices
- Ultrafine transcription and computational mechanics assisted processes
- Applications of micro-fabrication processes
- Research on tribofabrication processes
- H. Ohmori, M. Mizutani, T. Kaneeda, N. Abe, Y. Okada, S. Moriyama, N. Hisamori, N. Nishimura, Y. Tsunashima, J. Tanaka, K. Kuramoto, A. Ezura:
"Surface generating process of artificial hip joints with hyper-hemispherical shape having higher smoothness and biocompatibility"
CIRP Annals, Vol. 62/1, P579-582 (2013)
- Ohmori H., and Uehara Y.:
"Fabrication of ultrafine tools using a desktop microgrinder"
International Journal of Automation Technology, Vol.4, No.2, pp97-102 (2010)
- Ohmori H., Katahira K., Komotori J., Akahane Y., Mizutani M., NaruseT.:
"Surface generation of superior hydrophilicity for surgical steels by specific grinding parameters"
CIRP Annals, 58, 503-506 (2009).
- Ohmori H., Katahira K., Komotori J., and Mizutani M.:
"Functionalization of Stainless Steel Surface through Mirror-quality Finish Grinding"
Annals of the CIRP, 57, 545-549 (2008)
- Ohmori H., and Katahira K.:
"Electrolytic In-Process Dressing Grinding of Ceramic Materials"
Edited by Ioan D.Marinescu, Advanced Ceramics Machining, CRC Press, (2007)147-178
- Ohmori H., Katahira K., Naruse T., Uehara Y., NakaoA., Mizutani M.:
"Microscopic Grinding Effects on Fabrication of Ultra-fine Micro Tools"
Annals of the CIRP, 56, 1, 569-572, (2007).
- Ohmori H., Katahira K., Akinou A., Komotori J., and Mizutani M.:
"Investigation on Grinding Characteristics and Surface-Modifying Effects of Biocompatible Co-Cr Alloy"
Annals of the CIRP, 55, 597-600 (2006).
- Ohmori H., Katahira K., Mizutani M., Komotori J., Maehama F., and Iwaki M.:
"Investigation of Substrate Finishing Conditions to Improve Adhesive Strength of DLC Films"
Annals of the CIRP, 54, 511-514 (2005).
- Ohmori, H., Katahira, K., Mizutani, M., and Komotori, J.:
"Investigation on Color-Finishing Process Conditions for Titanium Alloy applying a New Electrical Grinding"
Annals of the CIRP, 53, 455-458 (2004).
- Ohmori, H., Takahashi Y., Shimizu H. M., Uehara Y., Suzuki T., Ueno Y., Hillman L. W., and Zuccaro A.:
"A New Technique Producing Double-sided Spherical Fresnel Lens Segments assembled to large Aperure Lenses"
ICRC 2003, Tsukuba, Japan (2003).
- Hitoshi Ohmori
- Chief Scientist
- Kazutoshi Katahira
- Senior Research Scientist
- Teruko Ono
- Research Scientist
- Yoshihiro Uehara
- Technical Staff I
- Hiroshi Kasuga
- Technical Staff I
- Yunji Kim
- Technical Staff II