Tetsuya Baba

25th International Thermal Conductivity Conference Award Co-Winner 1999

Graduating with a Doctor of Science degree from the University of Tokyo, Dr. Tetsuya Baba specializes in the standards and metrology of thin film thermophysical properties and the development of a thermophysical properties database. As an emeritus researcher at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and the senior researcher of TherMAT, Baba has contributed more than 100 scientific publications and is an active speaker at various thermophysical conferences. In addition to his career, he is a member of the International Committee for Weights and Measures, and Chairman of Working Group 9 and the Japan Society of Thermophysical Properties.

 

Published Proceedings of the 25th ITCC:

Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth International Thermal Conductivity Conference, 25th, Uher, C., Morelli, D. (2000). Thermal Conductivity 25. Texas: CRC Press.

 

Most Cited Works by Tetsuya Baba:

  1. Ono, A., Baba, T., Funamoto, H., Nishikawa, A. 1986. Thermal conductivity of diamond films synthesized by microwave plasma CVD. Japanese Journal of applied physics, 25(10A): 808.
  2. Baba, T., Ono, A. 2001. Improvement of the laser flash method to reduce uncertainty in thermal diffusivity measurements. Measurement Science and Technology, 12(12): 2046.
  3. Taketoshi, N., Baba, T., Ono, A. 2001. Development of a thermal diffusivity measurement system for metal thin films using a picosecond thermoreflectance technique. Measurement Science and Technology, 12(12): 2064.

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