Laboratory

Laboratory

Research activities in Department of Chemical Engineering, Kyushu University

Lab Faculty Field of Specialization Research Interests
Lab1 Iwai, Y. (Assoc. Prof.) Thermodynamics, Physical properties and physical chemistry - Phase equilibria
- Supercritical fluid technology
- Molecular simulation
Lab2 Kishida, M. (Prof.)
Yamamoto, T. (Assoc. Prof.)
Catalytic Reaction Engineering
Catalytic chemistry
- Synthesis of silica-coated metal nanoparticles
- Development of catalysts for polymer-electrolyte fuel cells
- Application of carbon nanotubes to catalytic reactions
Lab3 Kamihira, M. (Prof.)
Ito, A. (Assoc. Prof.)
Biochemical Engineering
Medical Biotechnology
- Recombinant protein production using transgenic birds
- Tissue engineering using magnetic nanoparticles
- Novel gene delivery systems
Lab4 Fukai, J. (Prof.) Thermal Engineering
Combustion
- Formation of thin films using ink jet printing
- Storage and transport of thermal energy
- Pulverized coal combustion
Lab5 Watanabe, T. (Prof.)
Plasma Processing Plasma Chemistry - Synthesis of nanomaterials by thermal plasma
- Waste treatment and recycle by thermal plasma
- Modeling of plasma processing
Lab6 Kajiwara, T. (Prof.)
Mizumoto, H. (Assoc. Prof.)
Nakayama, Y. (Assoc. Prof.)
Polymer Processing
Biomedical Engineering
Materials Science
- Computer simulation in polymer processing
- Development of hybrid artificial organ device
- Fabrication process for hybrid glass materials
Lab7 Tsuge, Y. (Prof.)
Inoue, G. (Assoc. Prof.)
Process Systems Engineering, Safety Engineering - Operation support system for large scale processes
- Modeling and state estimation techniques
- Safety design of chemical processes
Lab8 Ijima, H. (Prof.) Chemical and Biochemical Reaction Engineering
Biochemical and Biomedical Engineering
- Immobilization of biologicals by sol-gel techniques
- Microencapsulation of mammalian cells in hydrogels
- Tissue engineering for metabolic organs
Lab9 Miura, Y. (Prof.)
Hoshino, Y. (Assoc. Prof.)
Materials Science
Polymer Chemistry
Biomaterials
-Fabrication of Biomaterials
-Glycopolymers and Applications
-Molecular Recognition
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