Lecture title:Interface structure design for inorganic nanoparticles dispersion behavior control in organic solvents and polymer


Hidehiro Kamiya


Dr. Hidehiro Kamiya is Dean of Graduate school of Bio-Applications and Systems Engineering, and Dean of Global Innovation Research Institute, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan and editorial board member of “Powder Technology”. He received B.C. degree (1981) and PhD (1986) in Department of Chemical Engineering at Nagoya University, Japan.


He has published over 200 papers about fine and nano- particles and powder science and technology for the application of various kinds of ceramics, functional nanoparticles dispersed polymer composite and other nanomaterials preparation processes. His fine particle technology has also been applied in various fields, such as “Energy and Environmental” subjects, DDS, cosmetics, pigment, toner etc. and produce collaboration with industries in various fields, for examples, ceramics, polymer, surfactant, power generation, waste treatment, etc..


Professor Kamiya has received various award included the SCEJ Award for Outstanding Research (2007) and Technology (2016) Achievement, Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan, and Advanced Powder Technology, Distinguished Paper Award. (2013)

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Hidehiro Kamiya

发布时间:2017-08-07

Lecture title:Interface structure design for inorganic nanoparticles dispersion behavior control in organic solvents and polymer


Hidehiro Kamiya


Dr. Hidehiro Kamiya is Dean of Graduate school of Bio-Applications and Systems Engineering, and Dean of Global Innovation Research Institute, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan and editorial board member of “Powder Technology”. He received B.C. degree (1981) and PhD (1986) in Department of Chemical Engineering at Nagoya University, Japan.


He has published over 200 papers about fine and nano- particles and powder science and technology for the application of various kinds of ceramics, functional nanoparticles dispersed polymer composite and other nanomaterials preparation processes. His fine particle technology has also been applied in various fields, such as “Energy and Environmental” subjects, DDS, cosmetics, pigment, toner etc. and produce collaboration with industries in various fields, for examples, ceramics, polymer, surfactant, power generation, waste treatment, etc..


Professor Kamiya has received various award included the SCEJ Award for Outstanding Research (2007) and Technology (2016) Achievement, Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan, and Advanced Powder Technology, Distinguished Paper Award. (2013)