Super Practical Human and Environmental Research enforcing Application and Social Implementation (SPHERE-UP Project)
Nowadays, we need to be more conscious of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This project makes maximum use of the knowledge of environmental chemistry based on experimental evidence and implements various industry-academic collaborations.
|Department：||Department of Applied Chemistry|
|Major：||School of Science for Open and Environmental Systems|
Research field keywords：Environmental Chemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosol Engineering, Analytical Chemistry, Geochemistry
He graduated from the Faculty of Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University in 1997, and after completing his master's degree, he completed his doctorate at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology in 2002.
After working as a research associate, full-time lecturer and associate professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University, he was appointed professor in 2020.
He received the Asian Young Aerosol Scientist Award in 2015.