(Last updated : 2021-07-18 22:38:32)
  OKAZAKI TAKUYA
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Science and Technology
   Position   Assistant Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2020/07 Article Electrochemical Long Period Fiber Grating Sensing for Electroactive Species Analytical Chemistry  (Collaboration) 
2. 2019/07 Article Investigation of the effects of electromagnetic field treatment of hot spring water for scale inhibition using a fibre optic sensor Scientific Reports 9(10719),pp.1-8 (Collaboration) 
3. 2018/03 Article Simultaneous Multiselective Spectroelectrochemical Fiber-Optic Sensor: Sensing with an Optically Transparent Electrode Analytical Chemistry 90,pp.2440-2445 (Collaboration) 
4. 2018 Article Adsorptive Voltammetry for the Determination of Ochratoxin A Using Enrichment Effect by Cationic Surfactants Electroanalysis 30,pp.2265-2272 (Collaboration) 
5. 2018 Article Detection of mercury (II) ions in water by polyelectrolyte-gold nanoparticles coated long period fiber grating sensor Optics Communications 419,pp.18-24 (Collaboration) 
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2019/03/19 Simultaneous Multiselective Spectroelectrochemical Fiber- Optic Sensor (Pittcon 2019)
2. 2017 Fiber Optic Sensor for Real-Time Sensing of Silica Scale Formation in Geothermal Water (RSC Tokyo International Conference 2017)
3. 2016 Electrochemical long-period fiber grating sensor (RSC Tokyo International Conference 2016)
4. 2015 Development and Application of Fiber Optic Sensor for Scale Formation in Geothermal Water (10th International Conference of Ecotechnology)
5. 2013 Real time remote sensing for scale formation in ground water based on evanescent wave fiber optic sensor (ASIANALYSIS XII)
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■ Award History
1. 2017 The Royal Society of Chemistry, RSC Tokyo International Conference 2017 RSC Best Presentation Award (Fiber Optic Sensor for Real-Time Sensing of Silica Scale Formation in Geothermal Water)
2. 2017 Analytical Sciences, The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Hot Articles (Development of an Attenuated Total Reflection Based Fiber Optic Sensor for Real-time Sensing of Biofilm Formation)
3. 2009 The 16th Asian Symposium on Ecotechnology Good Student Award