2022 - Research.com Materials Science in Canada Leader Award
Chemical engineering, Permeation, Chromatography, Phase inversion and Ultrafiltration are his primary areas of study. His Chemical engineering research includes themes of Polysulfone, Gas separation and Polymer chemistry. His Permeation study incorporates themes from Polyetherimide, Surface modification and Analytical chemistry.
Takeshi Matsuura studied Chromatography and Fouling that intersect with Water treatment. His studies examine the connections between Phase inversion and genetics, as well as such issues in Membrane distillation, with regards to Polyvinylidene fluoride and Membrane technology. His Ultrafiltration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fiber, Polyethylene glycol, Surface roughness and Aqueous solution.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Permeation, Polymer chemistry, Chromatography and Contact angle. The concepts of his Chemical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Phase inversion, Ultrafiltration, Gas separation and Polymer. His Permeation research incorporates themes from Fiber, Polyetherimide, Polysulfone and Analytical chemistry.
His study in Polymer chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oxide, Phenylene, Aqueous solution and Solvent. His Chromatography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Reverse osmosis, Porosity, Membrane technology and Filtration. His work in Contact angle tackles topics such as Membrane distillation which are related to areas like Nanofiber.
Takeshi Matsuura spends much of his time researching Chemical engineering, Membrane distillation, Contact angle, Nanocomposite and Desalination. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Phase inversion, Hollow fiber membrane, Permeation and Polyamide. His Permeation study combines topics in areas such as Gas separation, Composite material and Filtration.
His Contact angle research integrates issues from Evaporation and Permeance. His Nanocomposite study also includes fields such as
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical engineering, Nanocomposite, Contact angle, Phase inversion and Membrane distillation. His research in Chemical engineering intersects with topics in Permeation, Adsorption and Polyamide. His work deals with themes such as Nanoparticle and Phase inversion, which intersect with Nanocomposite.
His work focuses on many connections between Contact angle and other disciplines, such as Membrane technology, that overlap with his field of interest in Photocatalysis and Graphitic carbon nitride. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fiber, Hollow fiber membrane, Porosity and Ceramic in addition to Phase inversion. His studies in Membrane distillation integrate themes in fields like Entry pressure and Fouling.
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A review of the effects of emerging contaminants in wastewater and options for their removal
Nurmin Bolong;Nurmin Bolong;A. F. Ismail;Mohd Razman Salim;T. Matsuura.
Electrospun nanofibrous filtration membrane
Renuga Gopal;Satinderpal Kaur;Zuwei Ma;Casey Chan.
Journal of Membrane Science (2006)
MEMBRANE CHARACTERIZATION BY SOLUTE TRANSPORT AND ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY
S Singh;K.C Khulbe;T Matsuura;P Ramamurthy.
Journal of Membrane Science (1998)
Production of drinking water from saline water by air-gap membrane distillation using polyvinylidene fluoride nanofiber membrane
C. Feng;K.C. Khulbe;T. Matsuura;R. Gopal.
Journal of Membrane Science (2008)
Performance studies of mixed matrix membranes for gas separation: A review
M.A. Aroon;M.A. Aroon;A.F. Ismail;T. Matsuura;T. Matsuura;M.M. Montazer-Rahmati.
Separation and Purification Technology (2010)
State-of-the-art membrane based CO2 separation using mixed matrix membranes (MMMs): An overview on current status and future directions
Mashallah Rezakazemi;Abtin Ebadi Amooghin;Mohammad Mehdi Montazer-Rahmati;Ahmad Fauzi Ismail.
Progress in Polymer Science (2014)
Influence of electrospun fiber size on the separation efficiency of thin film nanofiltration composite membrane
Satinderpal Kaur;Satinderpal Kaur;Subramanian Sundarrajan;Dipak Rana;Takeshi Matsuura.
Journal of Membrane Science (2012)
Heat and mass transfer analysis in direct contact membrane distillation
M. Qtaishat;T. Matsuura;B. Kruczek;M. Khayet.
Electrospun nanofibrous polysulfone membranes as pre-filters: Particulate removal
Renuga Gopal;Satinderpal Kaur;Chao Yang Feng;Casey Chan.
Journal of Membrane Science (2007)
A review on polyamide thin film nanocomposite (TFN) membranes: History, applications, challenges and approaches
Woei Jye Lau;Stephen Gray;T. Matsuura;Daryoush Emadzadeh.
Water Research (2015)
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