SATO Masayuki

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Name
SATO Masayuki
URL
http://homepage2.nifty.com/mxsato/
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor Emeritus, Gunma University 
 
1965
 - 
1967
Nippon Kakoh Seishi, Department of research
 
 
   
 
and development
 
1968
   
 
- Gunma University, Research assistant
 
1983
 - 
1984
Research fellow, University of Tokyo
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1965
Faculty of Engineering, Gunma University
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
IEEE Senior Member
 
 
   
 
IEEE  Senior Member
 

Awards & Honors

 
1987
The Best Paper Award, IEEE/IAS
 
1999
The merits prize, Institute of Electrostatics Japan
 
2009
IEEE Fellow
 
2009
Masuda Lecture Award (IEEE)
 

Misc

 
SATO MASAYUKI
J. Electrostatics   58(1-2), 135 - 145    2003
Developing water surface discharge for wastewater treatment
SATO MASAYUKI
Instrumentasi   28(1), 6 - 10    2005
SATO MASAYUKI
J. Electrostatics   63(5), 353 - 359    2005
Decoloration of organic dye in water by pulsed discharge plasma generated simultaneously in gas and liquid media
SATO MASAYUKI
J. Adv. Oxid. Technol   8(2), 198 - 204    2005
Bacterial sterilization and intracellular protein release by pulsed electric field
SATO MASAYUKI
Recent progress of biochemical and biomedical engineering in Japan I, Springer   113 - 133    2004

Books etc

 
Recent progress of biochemical and biomedical engineering in Japan I
Springer   2004   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Decomposition of Organic Contaminants in Water by Gas and Liquid Phase Plasma
APCCHE 2004   2004   
Characteristics of Pulsed Electric Field Sterilizer using Concentrated Field Type Electrode System
APCCHE 2004   2004   
Aqueous phenol decomposition by pulsed discharge on water surface
IEEE/IAS Annual Meeting   2005   
Decomposition of gaseous acetaldehyde using barrier discharge plasma with fibrous activated carbon as electrode
APSPT-4 (The 4th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on the Basics and Applications of Plasma Science and Technology)   2005   
Decomposition of phenol in water using water surface plasma in wetted-wall reactor
ISNTPT-5 (The Fourth International Symposium on Non-Thermal Plasma Technology for Pollution Control and Sustainable Energy Development)   2006   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Electrostatic atomization for production of uniformly sized liquid droplets
Cultivation of adherent animal cells on liquid-liquid interface