Kagawa Prefecture, my hometown, has been suffering from severe water shortage every year. The Sameura Dam, a water source in Shikoku was completed dried up 15 years ago and water trucks were deployed to supply water to local residents. In order to solve the water shortage for my hometown, I studied water treatment in Hokkaido University. I worked for Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corporation until last year and developed polymeric membranes. The membrane has quite small holes which are approximately one 100th of hairs. With further urbanization in various countries in the world, supplies of resources are expected to be more strained. I believe that it is my role to consider the future of recycling society with the students and develop technologies required in such a society. I am looking forward to working with you.
Environmental engineering, sanitary engineering, separation engineering, phase separation and polymer chemistry
Research on GWEE BI and Ⅱ, General Review on GWEE BI and Ⅱ, Urban Hydrology, Exercise on Civil and Environmental Engineering Ⅰ,Topics on Environmental and Life Engineering