ABOUT

Brief Personal Record

After completing graduate studies at Waseda University, I joined the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO). Subsequently, I became interested in biomass energy as a form of renewable energy, and obtained a doctoral degree in engineering at the University of Tokyo; my dissertation was titled “Life Cycle Analysis of Biomass Energy System by Gasification Process”. Thereafter, I worked as an assistant at the Department of Industrial Administration, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science, and as a visiting researcher at the University of Hawaii.

Educational Background

  • 2001-1997Doctoral Program in GeoSystem Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering,
    The University of Tokyo (Doctor degree of Engineering)
  • 1994-1992Master's Program in Resources Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering,
    Waseda University (Master’s degree of Engineering)
  • 1992-1989Department of Resources Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

Career

  • 1994-1996Personnel, New Energy and Industry Development Organization (NEDO, the governmental office)
  • 1996-2001Tentative Researcher, Japan Planning Organization Inc. (Now: Japan Energy Corporation Co., Ltd.)
  • 1998-1999Tentative Researcher, Keio Economic Observatory of Keio University
  • 2001-2004Assistant professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science
  • 2004-2005Visiting Scholar, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii
  • 2005-2006Senior Researcher, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
  • 2006-2009Lecturer, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science
  • 2009-2012Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tokyo University of Science
  • 2012-2012Visiting Fellow, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
  • 2010-2012Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science
  • 2020-Head of Cross Disciplinary Course, Faculty of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science

Message to Applicants

Imagine what your future life will be. What kind of a world will you inhabit? What is necessary in a world for us to to live happily? It is likely that there is no single standard. There are bound to be differing opinions. However, the world is recognizing various problems caused by global warming, as well as issues caused by economic activities that have been carried out so far. In addition, population decline is becoming increasingly serious, especially in developed countries, and the mountain of problems is becoming impossible to ignore. We are required not only to overcome current challenges but also to have the ability to respond, anticipate, and address a variety of future challenges, if our goal is to improve the satisfaction of people in the future. In light of this situation, our laboratory aims to improve the state of affairs from a global and diverse perspective to design an ideal system based on acquired knowledge and trends in the world and to come up with concrete implementations leading to the actual realization of these ideas. Our philosophy is to nurture human resources with challenging ideas and the willingness to act. Let us grow together with our colleagues to become agents taking an active role in society.

  • contact address
    • 〒278-8510 2641 Yamazaki, Noda City, Chiba
    • TEL : 04-7124-1501

      (representative)

  • Graduating school 2011 University of Science and Technology Liaoning
  • Graduate school 2014 Saitama institute of technology
    2019 Saitama institute of technology
  • Bachelor's degree Doctor of Philosophy(Engineering)

field of study

Bio-hydrogen production system, fuel cell system (including gas refining technology)

Research subject

Biohydrogen technology development/ business feasibility evaluation, fuel cell cogeneration

Research background

  • 2016-2019 Optimization Design of Carburizing and Quenching Process in Consideration of Transformation Plasticity Mechanism
  • 2019-2021 Development of comprehensive analysis for impedance characteristics of lithium ion batteries
  • 2020-Current Research and development of hydrogen storage alloy cartridges for mobile FC using bio-hydrogen

Introduction

I am not satisfied with the current situation, always have a positive attitude even if there are difficulties, and I am a person who never gives up. In past research, we have repeatedly failed, devised ways to improve, and always acted with aspirations. I will do my best to create a school full of smiles. I am very much looking forward to meeting you.

Access (details)

ACCESS MAP (PDF) No.3 Building at Noda campus
3rd floor (Professor room), 1st floor (laboratory)