KOMATSU Takayuki

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Name
KOMATSU Takayuki
Affiliation
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Section
School of Science
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Science
Research funding number
40186797

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1982
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1982
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1986
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1989
:Tokyo Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering Research Associate
 
1989
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1991
:University of Pittsburgh Department of Chemistry Post-doctoral Fellow
 
1991
 - 
1998
:Tokyo Institute of Technology Faculty of Science Research Associate
 
1998
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2007
:Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School of Science and Engineering Associate Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1986
Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
 

Committee Memberships

 
2004
 - 
2006
Japan Association of Zeolite  Organizing Committee、Orgganizing committee of ZMPC2006、Orgganizing committee of ZMPC2003
 

Misc

 
Takayuki Komatsu, Ryo Ooshima
Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute   52(6) 332-340   2009
Javier Ruiz-Martinez, Takayuki Komatsu, Antonio Sepulveda-Escribano
Journal of Catalysis   260(1) 150-156   2008
Takayuki Komatsu, Toshikazu Kishi, Takao Gorai
Journal of Catalysis   259(2) 174-182   2008
Takayuki Komatsu, Asako Tamura
Journal of Catalysis   258(2) 306-314   2008
Takayuki Komatsu, Ayumu Onda
Catalysis Surveys from Asia   12(1) 6-15   2008

Books etc

 
Combinatorial Synthesis of Zeolite Beta Using Various Kinds of Chiral Amines as Secondary SDA
Nova Science Publishers   2009   
MFI-type metallosilicates as useful tools to clarify what determines the shape selectivity of ZSM-5 zeolites
Shape-selective catalysis, ACS Symp. Ser.   2000   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Selective hydrogenation of acetylene into ethylene on fine particles of Ni_3_Ge intermetallic compound formed in the pores of MCM-41
International Symposium on Creation and Control of Advanced Selective Catalysis   2008   
Selective hydrogenation of acetylene into ethylene on fine particles of Pd_3_Bi intermetallic compound supported on silica
14th International Congress on Catalysis   2008   
Preparation of supported fine particles of active and selective TiPt_3_ intermetallic compound catalyst
Abstracts of 9th Korea-Japan Symposium on Catalysis   2003   
Aldol condensation catalyzed by acidic zeolites
Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis   2002   
Synthesis of 3-methyl-3-butene-1-ol from isobutene and formaldehyde on FeMCM-22 zeolites
Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis   1999   

Works

 
Synthesis of iso-butene from butane on zeolite catalysts
Artistic Activity   2000 - 2002
Development of invative naphtha cracking process using high performance zeolite catalysts
Artistic Activity   2009
Synthesis of delaminated zeolite ITQ-2 and its catalytic properties
Artistic Activity   2005 - 2006

Research Grants & Projects

 
Formation of light alkenes through the cracking of naphtha on zeolite catalyst
Funded Research
Project Year: 2009 - 2010
Production ofhydrogen through the decomposition of ammonia on intermetallic compound catalysts
Project Year: 2009   
Formation of intermetallic compound particles in nano-size space and their catalytic properties
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2005   
Fine particles of Ni-Ge and Pt-Ge intermetallic compounds were prepared inside the pores of mesoporous silica MCM-41. The catalytic properties of these intermetallic compounds were studied for hydrogenation reactions.
Synthesis of trans-stilbene by the hydrogenation of diphenylacetylene on metal-supported zeolite catalysts.
Project Year: 2007   
Trans-stilbene was formed through the hydrogenation-isomerization of diphenylacetylene on the mixture of Pd3Bi/SiO2 and H-USY zeolite catalysts.
Prepartion of nano-size particles of intermetallic compound catalysts on supports by liquid-phase reduction.
Project Year: 2007   
Fine particles (d<10 nm) of PtCu intermetallic compound were obtained by liquid-phase reduction on the surface of alumina. They showed much higher catalytic activity than Pt/alumina in the preferential oxidation of CO in hydrogen.