Dr. Kanematsu Hideyuki

Dr. Kanematsu Hideyuki

Ph.D, Professor, Dean, FIMF

Suzuka National College of Technology
Shiroko-cho, Suzuka, Mie, Japan, 510-0294

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BIOCHEMISTRY

Biography:

* 1976 Graduation From Mikunigaoka High School
* 1981 A Bachelor of Engineering, Nagoya Univeristy (Materias Science And Engineering)
* 1983 A Master of Engineering, Nagoya University (Materias Science And Engineering)
* 1989 Ph.D, Nagoya University (Materials Science And Engineering)
* 1986(April) Research Associate, Dept. MS & E, Faculty of Engineering, Nagoya University
* 1990(March) Research Associate, Dept. MS & E, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University
* 1992(April) Research Associate, Dept. MS & E, Suzuka National College of Technology
* 1994(April) Assistant Professor, Dept. MS & E, Suzuka National College of Technology
* 1997(April) Associate Professor,Dept.MS & E, Suzuka National College of Technology
* 2007(April) Full Professor,Dept. MS and E, Suzuka National College of Technology (Up to the present)
* 2008 (December) A member of the expert committee for Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan (till November, 2010)
* 2009(April) Director of Information Processing Center, Suzuka National College of Technology (concurrently) (till March, 2010)
* 2009(June) Visiting Professor of CAMP (Center for Advanced Materials Processing), Clarkson University (New York, USA)
* 2009(August) Visiting Professor of CEI (Creativity Engineering Institute), Yonsei University Complex (Seoul, Korea)
* 2010(April) Dean of Dept. Materials Science and Engineering, Suzuka National College of Technology(Up to the present)
* 2010(April) Vice Director of Academic-Industrial Cooperation Center, Suzuka National College of Technology(Up to the present)

Academic positions:

* Publication Committee Member of Institute of Metal Finishing, 2002.10-
* Editorial Board Member of Japan Institute of Metals, 2003.4-2005.3
* Editorial Board Member of Tokai Kagaku Kougyoukai, 2001.4-2007.4
* Councilor of Surface Finishing Society of Japan, 2000.4-2002.3, 2004.4-2008.3, 2009.4-
* Councilor of Japan Society of Heat Treatment, 2001.4-2008.3, 2009.4-
* Board Member in Worldwide Web Branch (WIB) of NASF (California), 2005.7-
* Councilor of Tokai Branch for Japan Institute of Metals 2002.4-2004.3, 2006.4-2008.3
* Secretary of Central Japan Branch for Surface Finishing Society of Japan, 2000.4-2008.3
* Executive Board Member of Central Japan Branch For Japan Society of Heat Treatment, 1999.10-
* Board Member of NASF (National Association for Surface Finishing) Editorial Advisory Board 2007.8-
* Chairperson of the study group, "R & D for Antibacterial Environment, Well-Being Materials Based on HACCP", Aichi Science And Technology Foundation , 2008.5-2010.3
* Chairperson of the study group, "Research And Development of Environmental Risk Assessment/Reduction Technique for Metallic Materials", JST Innovation Plaza Tokai, 2008.9-2009.3
* Chairperson of the study group, "Research And Development of Environmental Friendly Technology for Plating Industries", Mie Industry and Enterprise Support Center, 2008.10- 2009.3
* Chairperson of the study group, ""R & D for Biofouling on Metallic Materials and the Cross Reacting" (JST Innovation Plaza Tokai), 2009.10-2010.3
* Editorial Board Member for Journal of Environmental Control Technique, 2009.6-
* Review Committee Member of International Conference on Engineering Education and Research (ICEE/ICEER 2009 in Korea), 2009.8
* Chairperson of the voluntary ISIJ Forum (Iron and Steel Institute of Japan), "Environment Evaluation Forum of Iron And Steel Processing", 2010.3-2011.2
* Chairperson of the ISIJ forum (Iron and SteelInstitute of Japan), "Environment Evaluation and Utilization Forum of Iron and Steel Processing", 2011.3-
* A Secretary of Molten Salt Committee, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, 2011.2-

Research interests:

I am interested in phisico-chemical phenomena between metallic materials and environmental organism. Biofilm, biofouling etc. The problem should be investigated from the viewpoint of materials science and engineering, so that they the phenomenon can be utilized for industrial purposes. My affiliate academic societies are mentioned below:

Institute of Metal Finishing(IMF)
National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF)
The Minerals, Metals And Materials Society (TMS)
ASM International
The American Society for Engineering Education(ASEE)
The American Chemical Society (ACS)
Japan Institute of Metals(JIM)
The Iron And Steel Institute of Japan(ISIJ)
Japanese Society for Engineering Education (JSEE)
Surface Finishing Society of Japan(SFSJ)
Japan Society of Heat Treatment(JSHT)
Japan Industrial Archeology Society (JIAS)
The Molten Salt Committee, The Electrochemical Society of Japan
The Japan Institute of Marine Engineering

Any other information:

Dr. Hideyuki Kanematsu, FIMF (a Fellow of IMF) is a full professor and the dean in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, at Suzuka National College of Technology, Suzuka, Mie, Japan. There, he is also a researcher in Environment Materials Engineering. He is interested particularly in the interfacial phenomena between the metallic surface and organism from the environmental science. He holds a B.Eng. (1981), a M.Eng(1983) and a Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering (1989) all from Nagoya University. He is a member of the Institute of Metal Finishing, UK(IMF) as well as the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, USA(TMS), American Chemical Society (ACS), the Japan Institute of Metals (JIM) and the Iron & Steel Institute of Japan (ISIJ) etc.

What I think of the idea behind WebmedCentral and WebmedCentral plus:

As I mentioned above, I am interested in the phisico-chemical interfacial phnemona between metallic materials and environmental organisms. The topics include biomaterials. The WebmedCentral is closely connected with the field.  While I am serving to the editorial board, I will get lots of information about the field and I believe the experience can be applied to my own field and works.