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    Quantum Beam and Biomaterials Engineering Area

    Professor NISHIJIMA Shigehiro   Associate Professor AKIYAMA Yoko
    Our laboratory aim to solve the issues of the environment, the energy and the welfare by using magnetic force control technology, radiation technology and bioinstrumentation. The concrete themes by using magnetic force control are the study for the environmental purification, the resource recovery, the improvement of the power generation efficiency and the minimally invasive treatment. The theme by using radiation technology is the deterioration mechanism of polymer materials by quantum beam. The theme by using bioinstrumentation is the study about livelihood support by using biosignals.

    Bio-Environmental Engineering Area

    Professor IKE Michihiko   Associate Professor SODA Satoshi   Assistant Professor KURODA Masashi
    Our laboratory focuses on science and technology for environmental conservation and purification as well as recovery of energy and resources from wastes/wastewaters using functions of microorganisms and plants. Biological technologies are ideal options as environmental technology due to the advantages of low cost, low energy and resource saving, and high environmental adaptability. Moreover, because microorganisms and plants can be recognized as renewable resources, i.e. biomass, it may be possible to develop a co-benefit process where environmental conservation and purification is linked to resource recovery/production. Our lab is developing a wide variety of techniques to solve the environmental problems just like a “supermarket” of environmental technologies.


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