Since the establishment in April 2000, we have been focusing on research and development of advanced water environment technology that can meet diverse social needs in an environment-oriented society, revolving around technology that utilizes the functions of microorganisms.
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[Publication] Presentation Award at SEAWE-13 (Dr. Tippawan)A RECWET project researcher Dr. Tippawan Shinghopon received "Award for Asian Young Professional on Water Research" at the 13th International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment (SEAWE-13).
[Lecture] Plenary speech at the international conference PPC17 (Prof. Kato)Prof. Takashi Kato (Water Quality Control Technologies and Materials Development Division) gave a plenary speech at the 17th Pacific Polymer Conference (PPC17) held in Brisbane, Australia from 11th to 14th December.
Title: "Liquid-Crystalline Polymers: Molecular Technology for New Functionalization of Ordered Soft Materials"
[SEAWE-13] The international symposium started today!Today, SEAWE-13 opened at Asian Institute of Technology. From UTokyo, a total of 17 people, including RECWET members, are participating.
[Lecture] Keynote at JSCE Environmental Engineering Research Forum (Dr. Hashimoto)Assoc. Prof. Takashi Hashimoto (Water Quality Control Technologies and Materials Development Division) gave a keynote lecture "Healthiness of Membrane Filtration Water Purification System and its Monitoring" (in Japanese) at the peer-reviewed paper "Membrane Treatment" session.
[Event] Special Seminar Series #46 (Prof.Benito Marinas/Lecture)Prof. Benito J Marinas of the University of Illinois (Environmental Engineering), who is staying at Kyoto University as a visiting researcher, gave a special lecture on control of viruses in drinking water.
There were around 20 participants from universitires, research institutes and local governments on-site/online. Professor Benito answered many questions from young researchers in detail one by one. Lecture abstract