CHUBU UNIVERSITY
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HIROOKA Yoshihiko (Yoshi)

Profile

Year of Birth 1953
Place of Birth Kobe
Title Professor
Belong to Engineering Science Laboratory
Innovative Energy Science and Engineering (graduate school)
Graduated Osaka University
Degree Ph.D. in Nucl. Eng.
Academic Institutional Membership Plasma & Fusion Research Society of Japan,
American Nuclear Society
Field of Study Plasma and nuclear fusion engineering
Research, Studies Plasma-materials interactions in fusion reactors
Curriculum Specialized Graduate school "Introduction to nuclear engineering", "Scientific English-A, B", Undergraduate "Engineering science experiments-I, II", "Engineering science lecture series-B"

Books Published, Translation

Yoshi Hirooka et al. (Ed) "Proc. 1st Int. All-about-Divertor Symposium", Special Issue Fusion Eng. Des. Vol.125(2017)(Elsevier)

Yoshi Hirooka et al. (Ed) "Proc. 1st Int. Wkp. on Lithium Applications for the Boundary Control in Fusion Devices" Special Issue Fusion Eng. and Des. Vol.85(2010)(Elsevier)

Academic Papers, Critique

Yoshi Hirooka and Hailin Bi, "A review of recent studies on particle recycling from liquid metals with/without convection under plasma bombardment", IEEE trans. Plasma Sci. 47(2019)915-923.

Y. Hirookka et al. "A review of the present status and future prospectus of the application of liquid metals for plasma- facing components in magnetic fusion devices", Fusion Sci. Technol. Vol.68(2015)478-483.

Y. Hirooka et al. "Formation of carbon allotrope aerosol by colliding plasmas in an inertial fusion reactor", Nucl. Fusion Vol.54(2014)022003(6pp).

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Yoshi Hirooka, "A review of recent studies on particle recycling from liquid metals with/without convection under plasma bombardment (invited talk at the SOFE-Symposium for Fusion Engineering, Shanghai 2017)

Yoshi Hirooka et al. "A review of the present status and future prospectus of the application of liquid metals for plasma- facing components in magnetic fusion devices" (invited talk at the ANS-American Nuclear Society TOFE-Topical meeting of Fusion Engieering, Anahiem 2014)

Awards

1991 UCLA (Univ. California, Los Angeles), "Management and Professional Incentive Award"

1997 US-DoE (Department of Energy), "Highest Achievement Award"

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