MURAKAMI Tomohiro

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Name
MURAKAMI Tomohiro
Affiliation
National Institute of Technology,Yuge College
Section
Maritime Technology Department
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1995
Graduate School, Division of Merchantile Marine Science, Kobe University of Mercantile Marine(Kobe University New)
 
 
 - 
1993
Faculty of Mercantile Marine Science, Kobe University of Mercantile Marine(Kobe University New)
 

Published Papers

 
Maritime English seminar with instructor from MAAP in Philippines and instruction into curriculum at maritime technology department in five NIT colleges in Japan
YANAGISAWA Osami, MURAKAMI Tomohiro, SAKAUCHI Hiroyuki etc.
Proceedings of International Maritime English Conferrence   268-277   Sep 2016   [Refereed]
Visualization of Adsorption and Diffusion Processes of Probe Molecules Interacting to Polymer Networks by Anti-Stokes Fluorescence Imaging(共著)
Wiley Polymer Networks Groop Review Series   2 169-177   1999   [Refereed]
KATO E, MURAKAMI T
Polymer Gels and Networks   6(3/4) 179-190   1998   [Refereed]
E. Kato, T. Murakami
The Revie of High Pressure Science and Technology   7 808-810   1998   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Application of N-Isopropylacrylamide Gels
MEMOIRS of the YUGE NATIONAL COLLEGE OF MARITIME TECHNOLOGY   (18) 27-30   Feb 1996
Phase Transition of Polymer Gels in High Pressure Solvent
REVIEW OF KOBE UNIVERSITY OF MARCANTILE MARINE   (42) 111   1994
Pressure-Induced Phase Separation in N-isopropylacrylamide Gels
109   1994
Pressure-Induced Spinodal Decomposition in N-isopropylacrylamide Gels(共著)
REVIEW OF KOBE UNIVERSITY OF MARCANTILE MARINE   (43) 25   1995
Visualization of Diffusion and Adsorption Processes of Probe Molecules in Hydro gels by Anti Stokes Fluorescence Imaging
REVIEW OF KOBE UNIVERSITY OF MARCANTILE MARINE   (46) 119-124   1998

Research Grants & Projects

 
Phase Transition of Polymer Gels in High Pressure Solvent
Fluorescence Imaging of Diffusion Process of Probe Molecules in Gels
Orientational Relaxation of Solute molecules by Depolarized Rayleigh Scattering and Volume Phase Transition in NIPA gels