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Engineering educator

Hisada Kenji, Japanese engineering educator. Achievements include research in micro- or nano- tribology of organic ultrathin films, supramolecular assembled monolayer of fullerene, electron-beam graphting for polymer materials, polymer processing in supercritical carbon dioxide; research in environmental response of inclusion complexes, photophysics in polymer films, electric conductivity of polymer solid electrolyte.

Background

Kenji, Hisada was born on February 11, 1969 in Eigenji, Shiga, Japan.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, Kyoto University, 1998.

Career

Associate professor University Fukui, since 1996. Postdoctoral researcher University of California at Los Angeles, 1999—2000. Research instructor University Fukui, 1996—1999, 2000—2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in micro- or nano- tribology of organic ultrathin films, supramolecular assembled monolayer of fullerene, electron-beam graphting for polymer materials, polymer processing in supercritical carbon dioxide. Research in environmental response of inclusion complexes, photophysics in polymer films, electric conductivity of polymer solid electrolyte.

Membership

Member of American College of Surgeons, Japanese Research Association Surface Finishing, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (committee processing functionality fibers and polymers), Japan Photochemistry Association, Society Fiber Science & Technology, Japan, Society Polymer Science, Japan, Chemical Society Japan.