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Associate Professor Masayoshi OHYA

Masayoshi OHYA In 2006, he completed his doctoral course at the Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University. In 2006, he joined Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., and engaged in research and development of high-temperature superconducting power transmission cables. In 2016, he joined Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, and engaged in research and development of high-temperature superconducting magnets. In 2021, he joined the School of Engineering, Kwansei Gakuin University. His current research area is the development of super-energy-saving superconducting equipment that utilizes the cold heat of liquid hydrogen. Member of the Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan. Member of the Institute of Electrical Engineering of Japan. Ph.D. (Energy Science)

Superconducting Engineering

With the future hydrogen society in mind, we are working on the development of superconducting devices that utilize the cold heat of liquid hydrogen to save energy. By linking superconducting system networks, such as superconducting generators and superconducting cables, with green liquid hydrogen derived from renewable energy, we aim to create a sustainable decarbonized society.


  1. Introduction to Electronics (1, Spring)
  2. Applied Mathematics (1, Fall)
  3. Basic Experimental Electronics (1, Fall)
  4. Advanced Course in Nanotechnology for Sustainable Energy (3, Spring)


High temperature superconductivity, Liquid hydrogen, High magnetic field, Power transmission




List of collaborations

Domestic universities, national research institutes, companies, etc.

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