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Nakashimada Yutaka

ナカシマダ ユタカ | Nakashimada Yutaka
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Others
Homepage URL  (1): http://metab.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/ja/home-j/
Research field  (1): Applied biofunctional and bioprocess engineering
Research keywords  (10): Anaerobic Digestion ,  Inter-cell Interaction ,  Synthetic Gas ,  Hydrogen ,  Methane ,  Renewable Energy ,  Energy metabolism ,  Anaerobic Bacteria ,  Fermentation Technology ,  Biochemical Engineering
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (9):
  • 2018 - 2021 Development of hydrogen-driven biorefinery platform by modification of energy metabolism
  • 2012 - 2017 Development of key technologies for complete utilization of macroalgae as energy and material resources with unique metabolism of marine microorganisms
  • 2009 - 2012 Development of Energy utilization technology for by-product biomass from cleaning Seto Inland Sea
  • 2005 - 2008 Development of bio-production process from biogas
  • 2005 - 2007 Production of valuable materials from biogas
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Papers (112):
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MISC (75):
  • 竹村海生, 吉田嵩一郎, 岩崎裕樹, 喜多晃久, 加藤節, 青井議輝, 中島田豊. 2-5 Ethanol production from gaseous substrates by genetically engineered thermophilic acetogen Moorella thermoacetica. バイオマス科学会議発表論文集(Web). 2019. 14. 21-22(J-STAGE)
  • KUROKI Mutsumi, INOUE Shuhei, AKI Tsunehiro, OKAMURA Yoshiko, NAKASHIMADA Yutaka, TAJIMA Takahisa, MATSUMURA Yukihiko. P-49 Investigation on direct sampling from hydrothermal conditions using capillary tube. Proceedings of the Conference on Biomass Science. 2018. 13. 0. 143-144
  • DUANGKAEW Pattasuda, INOUE Shuhei, AKI Tsunehiro, NAKASHIMADA Yutaka, OKAMURA Yoshiko, TAJIMA Takahisa, MATSUMURA Yukihiko. P-27 Quantitative In Situ Mass Spectrometry analysis for Reaction Kinetic of Glucose Decomposition under Hydrothermal Condition. Proceedings of the Conference on Biomass Science. 2017. 12. 0. 103-104
  • ITO Hiroshi, INOUE Shuhei, AKI Tsunehiro, NAKASHIMADA Yutaka, OKAMURA Yoshiko, TAJIMA Takahisa, MATSUMURA Yukihiko. P-20 Behavior of Uronic Acid during Hydrothermal Pretreatment of Kelp. Proceedings of the Conference on Biomass Science. 2016. 11. 0. 89-90
  • DUANGKAEW Pattasuda, MOHAMAD Rozyanti, INOUE Shuhei, AKI Tsunehiro, NAKASHIMADA Yutaka, OKAMURA Yoshiko, TAJIMA Takahisa, MATSUMURA Yukihiko. P-21 Real Time Mass Analysis for Hydrothermal Decomposition of Mannuronic Acid. Proceedings of the Conference on Biomass Science. 2016. 11. 0. 91-92
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Books (1):
  • A study on application of plant hairy roots to useful metabolites and artificial seed production
    [s.n.] 1995
Lectures and oral presentations  (171):
  • P-49 Investigation on direct sampling from hydrothermal conditions using capillary tube
    (Proc. Conf. Biomass Sci. 2018)
  • P-50 Development of halotolerant methane fermentation process of seaweed by marine microorganisms
    (Proc. Conf. Biomass Sci. 2017)
  • P-19 Process Design and Evaluation of Supercritical Water Gasification of Tomato Residue
    (Proc. Conf. Biomass Sci. 2016)
  • P-20 Behavior of Uronic Acid during Hydrothermal Pretreatment of Kelp
    (Proc. Conf. Biomass Sci. 2016)
  • P-21 Real Time Mass Analysis for Hydrothermal Decomposition of Mannuronic Acid
    (Proc. Conf. Biomass Sci. 2016)
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Education (3):
  • 1992 - 1995 Nagoya University Doctoral Course, Graduate School of Engineering Doctor Course, Department of Chemical Engineering
  • 1990 - 1992 Nagoya University Master Course, Graduate School of Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering
  • 1986 - 1990 Nagoya University Faculty of Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering
Work history (5):
  • 2014/09 - 現在 Hiroshima University Professor
  • 2008/10 - 2014/08 Hiroshima University Associate Professor
  • 2006/10 - 2008/09 Tokyo University of Agriculture and technology Associate Professor
  • 2001/04 - 2006/09 Hiroshima University Research Associate
  • 1995/10 - 2006/09 Hiroshima University Research Associate
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