Vol.10 No.10 <December>

2013.01.16 Published


Contents

MatNavi

A database that accelerates materials research

-Special Message
MatNavi and combinatorial investigation of new functional materials
Ichito Takeuchi (University of Maryland)

 

-The NIMS Materials Database - MatNavi.
The Value of a Database is in its Use!
Toshio Ogata (Station Director, Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)

-Inorganic Materials Database: Atomwork
 Searching the True Nature of Materials from Materials Data
  Yibin Xu (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)

-Polymers Database: PolyInfo
 From its development to application
 Isao Kuwajima (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)
 Junko Hosoya (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)
 Yoshiko Shimizu (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)
 Kentaro Machita (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)

-Metallic Materials Database: Kinzoku
 Fatigue to Creep Rupture Properties - to the further evolution of database
  Masayoshi Yamazaki  (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)
  Junko Hosoya  (Materials Information Station, Research Network and Facility Services Division)

-From the User's Standpoint:
 The Traditions of Polymer Research and Future of Materials Development Linked by PolyInfo
 Sadaki Samitsu (Separation Functional Materials Group, Polymer Materials Unit, Advanced Key Technologies Division)



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