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Huge knowledge and tools have been accumulated by our predecessors.
At the same time, various challenging problems
due to the expanded human activities have become evident.
It is getting more and more important not only to memorize information
but also to create and add new knowledge
and to link and utilize knowledge freely.
We are engaged in research on materials nanotechnology in order to contribute to the technologies such for clean energy systems, environmental problems, and information/communication systems. We human-beings have realized material wealth by utilizing various chemical elements. However, limitation for various resources became evident, and new different approaches are highly demanded. Various functions can be realized using even "abundant elements" such as carbon and silicon, by changing their nanostructures. New materials having excellent properties are reported daily, but the practical application of nanotechnology is still limited now because it is not easy to produce such "small matters" at large scales. Through understanding "why" nanomaterials form, thinking freely "how" to produce them, I am trying to produce better materials more easily and to contribute to the sustainable technological society.
Let's learn well, think and discuss freely, and take on big challenges together.
Researcher ID: C-1365-2008 |
ORCiD: 0000-0002-7305-5307 |
Scopus: 7202681352 |
Waseda Researcher Database
1971.12 Born in Saitama, Japan.
1990.04 Entered The University of Tokyo.
1994.03 Graduated from Department of Chemical Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo (Bachelor).
1996.03 Graduated from Department of Chemical System Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo (Master).
1996.03 Graduated from Department of Chemical System Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo (Ph.D).
Ph.D Thesis "Generation and Reaction of Gas-Phase Hydroxyl Radicals at Gas-Solid Interfaces." Advisor: Prof. Masayoshi Sadakata.
1999.04 Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo.
(Belonged to Komiyama Lab. and Yaguchi-Okada Lab. at Department of Chemical System Engineering)
2007.06 Associate Professor, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo.
(Belonged to Yaguchi-Noda Lab. at Department of Chemical System Engineering)
Faculty of Science and Engineering,
(2009.10-2013.03 Concurrent researcher, PRESTO, JST)
2006.03 The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Young Researcher (SCEJ: The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan)
2014.04 Distinguished Lecture in Chemical Engineering, Hiroshima University
2015.01 Teaching Award from Waseda University
2017.01 Teaching Award from Waseda University
A member of The Soceity of Chemical Engineers, Japan
A member of The Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Graphene Research Society
A member of The Japan Society of Applied Physics
A member of The Carbon Society of Japan
A member of The Electrochemical Society of Japan
A member of Materials Research Society