We’re currently working on the lab renovation! A time-lapse video of the whole process will be uploaded soon.
As part of the operation, we dismantled the frame for temporary storage in the laboratory. We have uploaded a time-lapse video of the operation from start to finish on YouTube, so please take a look.
As part of our laboratory work, we painted the experimental devices. The paint job clarifies the meaning of the devices, and also cleans up the experimental photographs.
The large-scale experiment to verify strain hardening, for which Ms. Nakagawa of M2 was primarily responsible, was completed, and the test specimens were removed after loading.
It was a spectacular sight to see the 14 specimens lined up in a matrix. We would like to thank Ms. Nakagawa, who was in charge of this project, for her hard work.
We conducted operation!
We’re gearing up for a new experiment!
Mr. Dias, a doctoral student in our laboratory, recently graduated from our laboratory, and I am sure that his successor will be able to take over his work.
He was also very active in activities other than research, and was an encouraging presence not only for international students but also for Japanese students. I wish him all the best in his future endeavors and look forward to seeing him again somewhere in the world!
Continuing from last month, we held a safety training session. This time, participants learned about crane operations used to transport heavy objects and how to use safety belts when working at heights.