Aiming at a more rigorous understanding in electrical insulating materials research

@article{Ohki2007AimingAA,
  title={Aiming at a more rigorous understanding in electrical insulating materials research},
  author={Yoshimichi Ohki},
  journal={2007 Annual Report - Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-12}
}
In order to fully understand a certain property of a material or to clarify the mechanism of a phenomenon, research must be done with scientific rigor and a scholarly approach. The first three pioneers who introduced the rigorous scholarly approach into the field of electrical insulation research in Japan are Profs. Inuishi, Ieda, and Yahagi. Researchers and students have been inspired by their work and have been encouraged by this rich heritage by following in their footsteps. On this occasion… CONTINUE READING

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