Koji Fumoto, Japanese engineering educator. Achievements include research in heat transfer device; research in brain hypothermia. Recipient W. J. Yang award for Young Scientists, Heat Transfer Society Japan, 1998, Cold Region Technical award, Hokkaido Development Engineering Center, 2005.
Fumoto, Koji was born on December 20, 1968 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Son of Yoshiaki and Hisako Fumoto.
Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, Hokkaido University, 2003.
Research assistant Kushiro (Japan) National College of Technology, 1994—2003, associate professor, since 2003.
Achievements include research in heat transfer device. Research in brain hypothermia.
Member of Journal Series C Mechanical Systems, Machine Elements and Manufacturing (associate), Japan Society Thermophysical Properties, Japan Society Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Japanese Society Snow and Ice, Heat Transfer Society Japan.
Married Miho Tateda, April 28, 1974. Children: Miyu, Raito, Ryouta.