FURUSAKI Tsuyoshi

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Name
FURUSAKI Tsuyoshi
Affiliation
National Institute of Technology, Tomakomai College
Section
Department of Engineering for Innovation Division of Applied Chemistry and Biochemistry
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Engineering(Hokkaido University), Ph. D.(Engineering)(Hokkaido University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1986
 - 
1995
Hokkaido University, Research Assistant1995-2001 Tomakomai National College of Technology, Assistant Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1986
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
1983
Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University
 

Published Papers

 
Tsuyoshi FURUSAKI, Shigeta UEDA, Yoichiro KOJIMA, Shin-ichi IKEDA, Tsukasa ABE, Kouske YOSHIZAWA and Mitsuhiro TADA
Journal of Japanese Society for Engineering Education   56(5) 72-78   2008   [Refereed]
Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan   102(2) 200   1994   [Refereed]
Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan   101(4) 451-455   1993   [Refereed]
Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan   97(12)    1989   [Refereed]
FURUSAKI T, BANDO Y, KODAIRA K, MATSUSHITA T
Materials Research Bulletin   24(8) 967-972   1989   [Refereed]

Misc

 
A Fundamental Study for Sensual Evaluation about Operation and Ride of a Wheel chair
Memoris of the Tomakomai National College of Technology   39, 81-86    2004
Studies on available use of coffee grains (Ⅱ)
Memoirs of the Tomakomai National College of Technology   39, 69-74    2004
Particle size control of aragonite type of calcium carbonate from surf clam shell
Memoirs of the Tomakomai National College of Technology   38,95-98    2003
Synthesis of aragonite type of calcium carbonate from surf clam shell
Memoirs of the Tomakomai National College of Technology   137, 135-138    2002
Studies on available use of coffee grains
Memoirs of the Tomakomai National College of Technology   (36) 89-92   2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Preparation and Properties of Transparent Conductive Oxide Thin Films by Dip-coating Method
Studies on available use of coffee grains
Studies on available use of seashells