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TATSUMI Daisuke

タツミ ダイスケ | TATSUMI Daisuke
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://ffpsc.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/pol/
Research field  (1): Wood science
Research keywords  (3): Biomaterials ,  Physical chemistry of polymers ,  Cellulose
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • Molecular Properties and Structures of Polysaccharides and Their Derivatives
  • Rheological Properties of Fiber Suspensions and Fiber Network Structures
  • Relation between Solid Structure of Cellulose and Solubility
  • Solution Properties of Celluloses Derived from Different Origins and Preparation of New Materials from the Cellulose Solutions
MISC (35):
Books (2):
  • Depth profile of paper additives within a pulp fiber
    The Fundamentals of Papermaking Materials, Pira International 1997
  • Rheology Data Handbook
    Maruzen 2006
Education (2):
  • - 1994 Kyoto University Faculty of Agriculture
  • - 1997 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Agriculture
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Agriculture (Kyoto University)
Work history (2):
  • 1997 - 2006 Instructor, Graduate School of Agriculture,
  • Kyoto University
Committee career (4):
  • The Japan Wood Research Society Editorial committee, Program committee
  • 2001 - The Society of Rheology, Japan Committee member of Division of Dispersion and Surface Properties
  • 2003 - The Cellulose Society of Japan Branch Committee
  • 2002 - The Society of Materials Science, Japan Editorial committee, Committee member of Division of Wood Based Materials
Association Membership(s) (7):
The Japan Wood Research Society ,  The Society of Rheology, Japan ,  The Cellulose Society of Japan ,  The Society of Materials Science, Japan ,  The Society of Polymer Science, Japan ,  Japan TAPPI ,  The Society of Fiber Science and Technology, Japan
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