Prof Kaneaki Tsuzaki
Symposium - Advances in Steel Technology
Dr. Eng. in Materials Science and Technology, Kyoto University, 1983, MS and BS in Materials Science and Technology, Kyoto University, 79 and 77. He was
Postdoctoral Fellow at MIT, 1983-1985, Research Associate and Associate Professor at Kyoto University, 1985-1997. His current research field covers
microstructure evolution and mechanism for martensitic transformation, diffusional transformation, and recrystallization in steels and related materials.
His interests after joining NIMS in 1997 are in microstructure control of second phase particles and matrix grains in steels and alloys to produce
high performance materials with high strength and other properties such as high ductility and toughness, and high resistance to hydrogen-induced fracture.
He had moved to Kyushu University in April, 2013. He had worked also as a professor in Materials Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology,
2001-2008, and in Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tsukuba, 2007-2013.
Abstract: High strength austenitic steels with martensitic transformation and deformation twinning: Hydrogen Effects on Tensile and Fatigue Properties