Next-Generation High-Performance Materials Market 2020

Language:
Japanese
Product Code No:
C62117800
Issued In:
2020/10
#of Pages:
258
Publication Cycle:
  
Format:
PDF
Geographic Coverage:
Japan
Industry:

Price

150,000 yen ($1,380.58)
(excluding consumption tax)
300,000 yen ($2,761.16)
(excluding consumption tax)
450,000 yen ($4,141.74)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 108.65 yen , 2021/05/12 Japan)

Coverage: (Product/service)

Next-Generation High-Performance Materials

Research Content:

I  Electric/Electronic Functional Materials

Japan's strength in the global electronic industry is the superiority in good-quality electronic parts and electronical part materials.

  1. Characteristics of Electric/Electronic Functional Materials
  2. Newsworthy Electric/Electronic Functional Materials:
    Graphene, Diamond, Ga2O3, Half Metallic Ferromagnets, ScAlN
  3. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  4. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 11 studies at 9 institutions
  5. Future Perspectives

II Optical Functional Materials

  1. What are Next-Generation Optical Functional Materials?
  2. Development Trends of Next-Generation Optical Functional Materials
  3. Newsworthy Next-Generation Optical Functional Materials:
    Silicon, luminescence material, optical recording medium, Metamaterial,            photonic crystal, photocatalyst and Perovskite solar cell
  4. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  5. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 14 institutions
  6. Future Perspectives

III   Quantum Functional Materials

  1. What are Quantum Functional Materials
  2. Unique Moves by Quantum Functions:
    Superconducting, quantum‐confined structure, strongly correlated electron system, quantum transport
  3. Newsworthy Next-Generation Quantum Functional Materials:
    Superconducting material, quantum‐confined structure material, strongly correlated electron system material, quantum transport material
  4. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  5. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 10 institutions
  6. Future Perspectives

IV   Ceramics Functional Materials

  1. What are Ceramics Functional Materials?
  2. Tendency of Next-Generation Ceramics Functional Materials
  3. Newsworthy Next-Generation Ceramics Functional Materials:
    Electronic ceramics, Self-healing ceramics, High-Performance Nanocatalysts, thermoelectric material, biocompatible material
  4. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  5. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 6 institutions
  6. Future Perspectives

V   Macromolecular Materials

  1. What are Macromolecular Materials?
  2. From Hard Materials to Soft Materials
  3. Newsworthy Next-Generation Macromolecular Materials:
    Supramolecule, ionic liquid, self-repairing polymer, electroconductive polymer, thin polymer film, stimulus responsive polymer
  4. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  5. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 12 institutions
  6. Future Perspectives

VI   Biofunctional Materials

  1. Response against thrombosis associated with COVID-19 Infections
  2. What are Biofunctional Materials?
  3. Newsworthy Next-Generation Biofunctionl Materials: Regenerative medicine, regenerative-medicine scaffold materials, DDS, surgical sealants, functional cosmetic products, biosensor, biofuel cell
  4. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  5. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 7 institutions
  6. Progress of Biofunctional Materials Encourages Advancement of Medicine

VII   Functional Materials for Energy

  1. Initial Industrial Revolution Now Lead to Generate Current Functional Materials for Energy
  2. Newsworthy Next-Generation Functional Materials for Energy: Battery materials, fuel cell materials, materials for photovoltaic power, thermoelectric materiasl, photosynthesis materials, hydrogen energy materials, quantum energy transformation materials
  3. Market Size Transition and Forecast
  4. Studies at Companies and R&D Institutions: 8 institutions
  5. Future Perspectives

Price

written in Japanese
150,000 yen ($1,380.58)
(excluding consumption tax)
300,000 yen ($2,761.16)
(excluding consumption tax)
450,000 yen ($4,141.74)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 108.65 yen , 2021/05/12 Japan)