Graduated from International Christian University, College of Liberal Arts, 2000
Ph.D. (Pharmacy, Osaka University) | Research theme
Elucidation of survival and coexistence strategies of pathogenic microorganisms living in the environment | A word
In the fields of observation chance favors only the prepared mind. -Louis Pasteur-
Yukiko Nishiuchi, Ph.D.
Master (Pharmacy, Osaka University), 1986
Ph.D. (Pharmacy, Osaka University), 2000 | Research theme
1. Elucidation of nontuberculous mycobacterial biofilm-formation mechanism.
2. Research of environmental distribution dynamics of nontuberculous mycobacteria.
3. Research of mycobacterial pathogenesis; interaction of mycobacteria and erythrocytes.
Mateja Dovjak, Ph.D.
Ph.D. (Environmental Sciences) ( University of Nova Gorica), 2012
Graduate from Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana, 2006
| Research theme
Design of healthy and sustainable buildings:
1．Overall comfort: indoor air quality, thermal comfort, daylight, acoustics, ergonomics, universal design.
2．Health: health outcomes-sick building syndrome, building related illness; content and emissions of hazardous chemicals in construction products.
3．Stimulative, healing oriented conditions: innovative user-centred cyber-physical system (UCCPS).
Contribution to the novel research and development of new areas:
・Connective thinking approach: exergy analyses of thermal processes inside of the human body together with the processes in a building;
・Development of innovative user-centred cyber-physical system (UCCPS) in buildings in order to achieve individual regulation of comfort healthy and healing oriented conditions for the individual user of the hospital room while simultaneously the minimum possible energy use, the application systems in other interior environments.
Art activities with my son, when creativity has no limits.
Jogging, listening to music, reading
Kyoko Yarimizu, Ph.D.
Project Associate Professor
Ph.D. (Chemistry) (University of California, San Diego / San Diego State University) 2018
Master (Chemistry) (San Diego State University) 2004
| Research theme
Effects of iron and bacteria on Harmful Algae Blooms