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Teppei Nunoura / Associate Professor / Division of Environmental Studies
Department of Environment Systems / / Environmental Engineering
http://www.nunolab.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/index.html

Career Summary
2003: Ph.D, Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo
2003: Research Associate, Depatment of Mechanical System Engineering, Hiroshima University
2003-2005: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii
2005-2006: Assistant Researcher, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii
2006-: Associate Professor, Environmental Science Center, The University of Tokyo

Educational Activities
Graduate school: Environmental Technology Development
Research Activities
Develpment of hazardous waste treatment techniques
Development of waste-to-energy techniques

Literature
1) Teppei Nunoura, Geun-Hee Lee, Yukihiko Matsumura, and Kazuo Yamamoto. Reaction engineering model for supercritical water oxidation of phenol catalyzed by activated carbon. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 42(15), 3522-3531, 2003.
2) Teppei Nunoura, Yukihiko Matsumura, and Yoshihiro Kikuchi. Gasification of stockbreeding waste in supercritical water. Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, 83(9), 740-744, 2004.
3) Teppei Nunoura, Samuel R. Wade, Jared P. Bourke, and Michael Jerry Antal, Jr.. Studies of the Flash Carbonization process. 1. Propagation of the flaming pyrolysis reaction and performance of a catalytic afterburner. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(2), 585-599, 2006.
4) Teppei Nunoura, Kiyoshi Dowaki, Chihiro Fushimi, Stephen Allen, Erika Meszaros, and Michael Jerry Antal, Jr.. Performance of a First-Generation, Aqueous-Alkaline Biocarbon Fuel Cell. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 46(3), 734-744, 2007.

Other Activities
Health Supervisor of Kashiwa Campuses, The University of Tokyo
Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management (JSMCWM)
The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ)
Research for Environment, Health and Safety Education (REHSE)
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Future Plan

Messages to Students
Currently my research target is mainly the technologies utilizing supercritical water. However, students with any research background are welcome to join in my laboratory. Even if you are not familiar with supercritical fluids right now, please do not hesitate to consult me. I am waiting for the students who are really eager to study here.

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