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Ikuo Ihara

Ikuo Ihara
Dr. Ikuo IHARA Professor, JSME fellow
Presidential Aide (Institutional Research and Evaluation)
Deputy Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Graduate School of Engineering
Nagaoka University of Technology,JAPAN

Biography

Dr. Ikuo Ihara is a Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan, and also currently serving as a Presidential Aide of Nagaoka University of Technology. Dr. Ihara is a JSME (The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers) Fellow and currently serving as Executive and Steering Committee of the Materials and Processing (M&P) Division of JSME. He received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Science from the University of Tokyo in 1996. Dr. Ihara was a Canadian Government Visiting Research Fellow at National Research Council of Canada, Montreal, Canada from 1997 to 1999.

Research Interest

His current research interests include NDT/NDE for materials and processing, ultrasonic measurements, advanced sensing and monitoring technologies, and quantitative materials characterization in harsh environments such as extremely high or low temperatures.

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