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Akitoshi Hayashi

Professor
Department of Applied Chemistry, Osaka Prefecture University

ADDRESS
Sakai, Osaka 599-8531, Japan
TEL/FAX
+81-72-254-9334
E-mail
hayashi@chem.
(+ osakafu-u.ac.jp)

Education

1999
Degree of Doctor of Engineering from Osaka Prefecture University
1997
Degree of Master of Engineering from Osaka Prefecture University
1995
Degree of Bachelor of Engineering from Osaka Prefecture University

Professional experiences

2017-present
Professor of Osaka Prefecture University
2013-2016
Associate Professor of Osaka Prefecture University
2003-2012
Assistant Professor of Osaka Prefecture University
2001-2002
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Arizona State University, USA
2000-2003
JSPS Reseach Fellow (PD)
1999-2000
Postdoctoral Reseach Fellow of Osaka Prefecture University

Main research interests

  1. Preparation of solid electrolytes materials (Li+ and Na+ ion conductors)
  2. Fabrication and characterization of all-solid-state batteries

Important publications

New, Highly Ion-Conductive Crystals Precipitated from Li2S-P2S5 Glasses
F. Mizuno, A. Hayashi, K. Tadanaga and M. Tatsumisago
Advanced Materials (2005) 17, 918-921.

Preparation and Characterization of Glassy Materials for All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries
A. Hayashi,
Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan (2007) 115, 110-117.

Superionic Glass-Ceramic Electrolytes for Room-Temperature Rechargeable Sodium Batteries
A. Hayashi, K. Noi, A. Sakuda, and M. Tatsumisago
Nature Communications (2012) 3, 856:1-5.

Awards

1995 Best poster Award in the 10th International Conference on Solid State Ionics
2005 Young Scientest Award from the International Solid State Ionics Society
2006 Young Ceramist Award from the Ceramic Society of Japan
2006 Young Star of Mechanochemistry Award in the 5th International Conference on Mechanochemistry and Mechanical Alloyin
2007 Woldemar A.Weyl International Glass Science Award from the International Comission on Glass
2007 The Comittee of Battery Technology Award from the Comittee of Battery Technology, the Electrochemical Society of Japan
2010

The Young Scientists' Prize of the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology