Dr. Shintaro Ueno received the CerSJ (The Ceramic Society of Japan) Awards for advancements in ceramic science and technology.
Dr. Shintaro Ueno, an associate professor of Department of Applied Chemistry received the 73rd CerSJ (The Ceramic Society of Japan) Awards for advancements in ceramic science and technology on June 7th, 2019.
The CerSJ Awards is presented to individuals in recognition of their contributions to the progress and growth of the ceramics industry, science, and technology, and their exceptional record.
Dr. Ueno has been studying on fabrication of metal/insulator ceramics composite materials for high-performance capacitors and developed the original low-temperature process below 300oC to prepare composite ceramics containing low-heat-resistant materials. This low-temperature process would find wide variety of applications in development of composite ceramic materials.