KATAYAMA Noboru Associate Professor

Tokyo University of Science,
Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering

Profile

Address 2641 Yamazaki, Noda-shi, Chiba-ken 278-8510, Japan
TEL : +81-4-7124-1501
E-mail Address
Homepage URL http://www.rs.tus.ac.jp/katayama/ (English)
http://www.rs.tus.ac.jp/katayama/
Under-Graduate School 2006, Tokyo University of Science Faculty of Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Graduated
Graduate School 2011, Tokyo University of Science Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Doctoral course Completed program with degree
2009, Tokyo University of Science Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Master's course Completed program with degree
Postgraduate Qualification Tokyo University of Science Ph. D. in Engineering Course
Research History 2013- Fuel cell systems with sodium borohydride
2012- Hydrogen purifiation and storage using metal hydride
2012- AC impedance diagnosis of energy devices using power converters
2011- Study on catalyst degradation of polymer electrolyte fuel cells
2010- Alkaline polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells
2010- Hybrid power source system using fuel cells and supercapacitors
2008-2011 Fuel cell auxiliary power supply for commercial vehicles
2006-2008 Two phase flow dynamics analysis of direct methanol fuel cells
Employment History 201104-201603 Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science Technology, Tokyo University of Sincere., Assistant Professor
201604-202003 Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science Technology, Tokyo University of Sincere., Junior Associate Professor
202004- Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Science Technology, Tokyo University of Sincere., Associate Professor
Research Keyword Energy engineering
Research Area Energy engineering (Renewable Energy)
Research Institute Theme
Academic Awards Received
2021/12/20
1st Open Competition for Better Battery Service Algorithms
2015/1/20
Young Researcher Award
Academic Society Affiliations

Achievement