Research project: Development and application of valley-spin photonics in atomically thin layered materials

Project Leader in IAE::Assoc. Prof. Takashi Nakajima
Project Period:FY2018 ‒ FY2022

In recent years various kinds of renewable energies are introduced to suppress the global warming. By producing hydrogen gas through the water electrolysis with the surplus power of renewable energies, the stored hydrogen gas can be efficiently converted to the electric power at a later time as needed. In this project, we will clarify the formation mechanism of hydrogen gas bubble during the water electrolysis through the optical technique and contribute to the optimized design of electrodes and substrate materials with an appropriate pore structures.


  • 京都大学研究連携基盤
  • 国立大学附置研究所・センター長会議
  • 京都大学宇治キャンパス
  • 京大宇治地区三研究所技術部
  • 刊行物
  • 所内限定ページ
  • 京都大学