Advanced Energy Generation Division

Advanced Energy Conversion Division

Advanced Energy Utilization Division

Laboratory for Complex Energy Processes

Interactions among Divisions

The Institute of Advanced Energy has three divisions including "Advanced Energy Generation Division", "Advanced Energy Conversion Division", and "Advanced Energy Utilization Division". Each division conducts distinct research from their own viewpoints as described in next section. In addition to these researches, interdisciplinary research is also necessary to develop advanced energy indispensable for the sustainable development of humankind and to realize next generation energy systems, especially our current targeted energy, "Zero Emission Energy".

Towards this goal, The Laboratory for Complex Energy Processes has been promoting interdisciplinary collaborative research projects among three divisions since the establishment of the laboratory. Such collaborations through the projects now focused on five research fields of "Self‐Assembly Science", "Plasma and Quantum Energy", "Broad Band Energy Science", "Environmental Microbiology" and "Biomass Product Tree Industry-Academia Collaborative Research Laboratory". This multilayered structure of our research activities has enhanced the comprehensive capabilities of the institute, thereby creating a unique research institute that differs from the other energy related institutes.

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