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Professor Hideyuki Kanematsu

Hideyuki Kanematsu

Professor Hideyuki Kanematsu has more than 30 years of experience in Scientific Research and Academia, and his research interest is in phisico-chemical phenomena between metallic materials and environmental organism, biofilm, and biofouling. He is currently Deputy President at National Institute of Technology, Suzuka (Japan) and Professor in the Department of Material and Science at Suzuka National College of Technology (Japan). He holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Nagoya University (Japan). Professor Kanematsu received several honors and awards that include the Scientific Achievement Award from the National Association for Surface Finishing (United States); the Outstanding Achievement Award from the American Chemical Society (United States); the President Award from the Association of National Colleges of Technology (Japan); the ChemLuminary Award from the American Chemical Society (United States). He is a Fellow of the Institute of Metal Finishing (UK). Professor Kanematsu is listed in the “Great Mind of the 21st Century” by the American Biographical Institute (United States), as well as a “Leading Scientist of the World” by International Biographical Center (UK). He is proficient in English, German and Japanese.

Scope of Expertise: Materials Science and Engineering; Metallic Materials and Environmental Organisms.

Primary Country of Work: Japan
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