KOMIYAMA Masaharu

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Name
KOMIYAMA Masaharu
E-mail
masaharuyamanashi.ac.jp
Affiliation
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
Section
Chemical Engineering Department
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(Cornell Univeristy), Master of Science(University of California, Berkeley), Bachelor of Engineering(Shizuoka University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
Sep 1975
 - 
Mar 1977
The Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, College of Chemistry,, University of California, Berkekely
 
Sep 1977
 - 
Sep 1980
School of Chemical Engineering, Graduate School,, Cornell University,
 

Career

 
2001-pres Professor, Institute for Molecular Science, Okazaki National Research Institutes 1999-2001 Professor, Department of Ecosocial System Engineering, Yamanashi Univeristy 1998-1999 Professor, Institute of Inorganic Synthesis, Yamanashi Univeristy 1990-1997 Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Yamanashi University 1980-1990 Research Associate, Department of Chemical Engineering, Tohoku University

Committee Memberships

 
2000
   
 
Catalysis Society of Japan  
 
2003
   
 
Chemical Society of Japan  
 

Awards & Honors

 
1991
Young Researchers Award, Catalysis Society of Japan
 
Mar 1991
Young Researchers Award, Catalysis Society, Japan
 
Mar 2018
Distinguished Service Award, Catalysis Society, Japan
 

Misc

 
Ning Gu, Masaharu Komiyama
Jpn. J. Appl. Phys.   40(6B) 4285-4288   2001
Jpn. J. Appl. Phys.   40(6B) 4281-4284   2001
Formation of Charge-Reduced Si4+ Species in Silica Thin Film due to the Contact with Ultrafine Metal Particles
Surf. Interface Anal.   29 189-192   2001
Surf. Interface Anal.   32(1) 53-56   2001

Books etc

 
Recent Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy to the Study of Pyridine Base Molecules Adsorbed on the (010) Surfaces of Heulandite and Stilbite Crystals
Natural Zeolites for the Third Millennium   2000   
Handbook of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 4 : Advances in Reactor Design and Combustion Sciences
Gulf Publishing Company   1990   
Supported Rhenium Subcarbonyl Catalysts for High-pressure CO Hydrogenation.
Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysis   1986   

Works

 
Development and evaluation of steam reforming catalyst for fuel cells
2002

Research Grants & Projects

 
STM study of local interactions between solid surfaces and UV lights
Molecular imaging of chemical species adsorbed on zeolite surfaces by atomic force microscopy (AFM)
Study of AFM imaging mechanism by molecular simulation techniques
Application of scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy (STM/STS) to catalyst research,
Development and evaluation of steam reforming catalysts
Project Year: 2002 - 2005