His scientific interests lie mostly in Condensed matter physics, Composite material, Nanotechnology, Ferroelectricity and Stress. His Condensed matter physics study incorporates themes from Ab initio, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Interatomic potential. His Composite material study combines topics in areas such as Thin film and Structural engineering.
His work in the fields of Carbon nanotube and Nanowire overlaps with other areas such as Template. In his study, Oxygen and Domain wall is inextricably linked to Vacancy defect, which falls within the broad field of Ferroelectricity. His Stress research includes elements of Delamination and Fracture mechanics.
Takayuki Kitamura mainly focuses on Composite material, Condensed matter physics, Fracture mechanics, Ferroelectricity and Structural engineering. His Composite material research incorporates elements of Thin film and Edge. His work investigates the relationship between Thin film and topics such as Substrate that intersect with problems in Silicon.
His Condensed matter physics research incorporates themes from Ab initio, Ab initio quantum chemistry methods and Multiferroics. His Fracture mechanics research incorporates elements of Fracture toughness, Metallurgy, Stress field and Fracture. His Ferroelectricity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Polarization, Nanotechnology, Electric field and Density functional theory.
Takayuki Kitamura mostly deals with Condensed matter physics, Composite material, Ferroelectricity, Fracture mechanics and Nanoscopic scale. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Multiferroics under Condensed matter physics, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Magnetism. Takayuki Kitamura combines subjects such as Single crystal and Copper with his study of Composite material.
His work carried out in the field of Ferroelectricity brings together such families of science as Nanostructure, Polarization, Electric field and Ferromagnetism. Takayuki Kitamura has researched Fracture mechanics in several fields, including Silicon, Continuum, Stress field, Mechanics and Brittle fracture. His study in Mechanics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Strain rate, Stress intensity factor and Plasticity.
His main research concerns Condensed matter physics, Ferroelectricity, Mechanics, Fracture mechanics and Composite material. Takayuki Kitamura has included themes like Symmetry breaking, Curling, Density functional theory and Molecular dynamics in his Condensed matter physics study. His Ferroelectricity research includes elements of Polarization, Vortex and Electric field.
His Mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Viscoplasticity, Continuum, Stress relaxation, Stress intensity factor and Strain rate. His Fracture mechanics study incorporates themes from Silicon, Stress field, Nano-, Fracture toughness and Strain energy density function. His work deals with themes such as Single crystal and Copper, which intersect with Composite material.
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Photocurrent-determining processes in quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells using ionic gel electrolytes
Wataru Kubo;Shingo Kambe;Shogo Nakade;Takayuki Kitamura.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Role of Electrolytes on Charge Recombination in Dye-Sensitized TiO2 Solar Cell (1): The Case of Solar Cells Using the I-/I3- Redox Couple
Shogo Nakade;Taisuke Kanzaki;Wataru Kubo;Takayuki Kitamura.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
Application of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) to counter electrode in dye-sensitized solar cells
Yasuteru Saito;Takayuki Kitamura;Yuji Wada;Shozo Yanagida.
Chemistry Letters (2002)
Photoreductive Dehalogenation of Halogenated Benzene Derivatives Using ZnS or CdS Nanocrystallites as Photocatalysts
Hengbo Yin;Yuji Wada;Takayuki Kitamura;Shozo Yanagida.
Environmental Science & Technology (2001)
Dye-sensitized TiO2 solar cells using imidazolium-type ionic liquid crystal systems as effective electrolytes.
Noriyo Yamanaka;Ryuji Kawano;Wataru Kubo;Naruhiko Masaki.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2007)
Application of J-Integral to High-Temperature Crack Propagation: Part I—Creep Crack Propagation
Shuji Taira;Ryuichi Ohtani;Takayuki Kitamura.
Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology-transactions of The Asme (1979)
Observation of neodymium electroluminescence
Yuichiro Kawamura;Yuji Wada;Yasuchika Hasegawa;Mitsunori Iwamuro.
Applied Physics Letters (1999)
Effect of residual stress on delamination from interface edge between nano-films
Takayuki Kitamura;Hiroyuki Hirakata;Takashi Itsuji.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2003)
Improved solid-state dye solar cells with polypyrrole using a carbon-based counter electrode
Takayuki Kitamura;Masato Maitani;Mizuho Matsuda;Yuji Wada.
Chemistry Letters (2001)
Roles of Electrolytes on Charge Recombination in Dye-Sensitized TiO2 Solar Cells (2): The Case of Solar Cells Using Cobalt Complex Redox Couples
Shogo Nakade;Yohei Makimoto;Wataru Kubo;Takayuki Kitamura.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2005)
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