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Biography

Prof. Masahide Takahashi

Osaka Prefecture University Sakai, Japan


Email: masahide@noncry.kuicr.kyoto-u.ac.jp


Qualifications


1987 Department of Chemistry, Kobe University

1991 Graduate school of science and technology, Kobe university


Publications (Selected)

  1. Takahashi M., Uemura K., Maeda T., Yao J., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., Costacrta S., Malfatti L., Innocenzi P., “Bottom-up and top-down approach for periodic microstructures on thin oxide films by controlled photo-activated chemical processes”, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech., accepted.
  2. Costacurta S., Malfatti L., Kidchob T., Takahashi M., Mattei G., Bello V., Maurizio C., Innocenzi P., “Self-assembled mesoporous silica-germania films”, Chem. Mat., accepted.
  3. Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T., “Organically modified siloxane glass films prepared via a non aqueous gel coating process and doped with optically active dyes rhodamine 6G and coumarin 152”, Solid State Sciences, in press.
  4. Innocenzi P., Takahashi M., “Fabrication of mesoporous functionalized arrays by integrating deep X-ray lithography with dip-pen writing”, Advanced Materials, accepted for publication.
  5. Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T., “Dispersion and photoluminescence of free-metal phtalocyanine doped in sol-gel polyphenylsiloxane glass films”, J. Photochem. Photobio. A: Chem., 194, 362–366(2008).
  6. Innocenzi P., Kidchob T., Falcaro P., Takahashi M., “Patterning techniques for mesostructured films”, Chem. Mat. 20, 607-614 (2008). (Review article)
  7. Takashima H. Fujiwara H., Takeuchi S., Sasaki K. Takahashi M., “Control of spontaneous emission coupling factor b in fiber-coupled microsphere resonators”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 92, 071115-1-3 (2008).
  8. Takahashi M., Maeda T., Uemura K., Yao J., Tokuda T., Yoko T., Kaji H., Marcelli A., Innocenzi P., , “Photo-induced formation of wrinkled microstructures with long-range order in thin oxide films”, Advanced Materials, 19(24), 4343-4346 (2007). (Selected paper in “Advances in Advance” & Cover picture)
  9. Kuniyoshi M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko, T., “Thermosoftening Phenyl Siloxane glasses prepared via concentration of sol: Sol Concentration Method (SCM)”, J. Non-Cryst. Solids. 353, 4162-4169 (2007).
  10. Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., “Substituent effect on the formation of organically-modified silicophosphate through nonaqueous acid-base reaction”, J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol., 4447-52 (2007).
  11. Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T., “Preparation and Properties of Polyphenylsiloxane-based Hybrid Glass Thick-Films Obtained from a Non-Aqueous Coating Sol via a Single-Step Dip-Coating”, Opt. Mater., 29, 806-813 (2007)
  12. Kakiuchida H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Masai H., Yoko T., “Effect of organic group on structure and viscoelastic properties of organic-inorganic polysiloxane hybrid system”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 111 (2007), 982-988
  13. Menaa B., Takahashi M., Innocenzi P., Yoko T., ” Crystallization in hybrid organic-inorganic materials induced by self-organization in basic conditions”, Chem. Mat. 19 (8), 1946-1953 (2007).
  14. Takashima H. Fujiwara H., Takeuchi S., Sasaki K. Takahashi M., Fiber-microsphere laser with a sub-micrometer sol-gel silica glass layer co-doped with erbium, aluminum and phosphorus, Appl. Phys. Lett., 90 (10), Art. No. 10113(2007).
  15. Mori, R., Takahashi, M., and Yoko, T., "Domain Size Change of Spinodal Phase Separation Structure in the Sol-Gel Derived TiO2 Thin Film” J. Mat. Res. 21(1), 270-275. (2006).
  16. Enkhtuvshin, D, Takahashi, M, and Yoko T., “Cr3+-TiO2 thin film electrodes: Effects of the homogeneous- and the sectional-doping”, J, Electrochem. Soc., 153 (6): G534-G538 (2006)
  17. Menaa B, Masai H., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T., “Network modification and water durability improvement of inorganic-organic hybrid tin-silico-phosphate low-melting glasses by incorporation of polycarboxylic acids”, J. Solid State Chem., 176, 493-500 (2006).
  18. Kakiuchida H, Takahashi M, Tokuda Y, Masai H, Kuniyoshi M and Yoko T, “Viscoelastic and structural properties of phenyl-modified polysiloxane system with a three-dimensional structure”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 110 (14): 7321-7327 (2006).
  19. Menaa B, Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T., “High dispersion and fluorescence of Anthracene doped in polyphenylsiloxane films” J. Sol-Gel Sci. Techn., 39(2), 185-194 (2006).
  20. Kang E. S., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., “Synthesis and characteristics of curable siloxane-based organic-inorganic hybrid materials modified with vinyl and isopropenoxy”, J. Mater. Res., 21(5) (2006) 1286-93.
  21. Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., Organic-inorganic hybrid material of phenyl-modified polysilicophosphate prepared through nonaqueous acid-base reaction, Chem. Mat. 18 (8), 2075-2080 (2006).
  22. Takahashi M., Saito M., Mizuno M., Kakiuchida H., Tokuda Y., Yoko T., “Photo-thermal fabrication of microstructures in transparent low-melting media doped with rare earth ions as a light absorber”, Appl. Phys. Lett., 88 (19): Art. No. 191914 (2006).
  23. Mizuno M., Takahashi M., Yoko T., Structure and water durability of organically-modified tin(II) silicophosphate glasses prepared by nonaqueous acid-base reactions, J. Mater. Res. 21(7), 1798-1806 (2006).
  24. Kang E. S., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y, Yoko T., Template-Free Magnesium Oxide Hollow Sphere Inclusion in Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Film via Sol-Gel Reaction, Langmuir, 22 (12), 5220-5223 (2006).
  25. Kuniyoshi M., Takahashi M., Tokuda Y., and Yoko T., “OH-free phenyl modified siloxane low-melting glasses with ultra low saturated water-absorption”, J. Ceram. Soc. Jpn, (Tech. commun.) 114(7), 660-664 (2006).