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Researcher Information

last modified:2017/09/19

Associate Professor Hitoshi Asakawa

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Chemistry, Institute of Science and Engineering

College and School Educational Field

Division of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology
Division of Material Sciences, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology

Laboratory

 TEL:076-264-6337

Academic Background

Career

Year & Month of Birth

1979/08

Academic Society




Award



○Takagi award(2006/03/15)

Specialities

Nanomaterials chemistry、Thin film/Surface and interfacial physical properties、Basic chemistry

Speciality Keywords

atomic force microscopy, nanotechnology, surface science

Research Themes

High-resolution atomic force microscopy for direct visualization of biological molecules and systems

High-resolution atomic force microscopy for direct visualization of biological molecules and systems

Self-assembly of functional molecules at solid/liquid interfaces investigated by atomic force microscopy

Molecular-scale investigation of adsorption resistance of oligo(ethylene glycol)-terminated self-assembled monolayers by atomic force microscopy

Books

Papers

  •  Atomic-scale distribution of water molecules at the mica-water interface visualized by three-dimensional scanning force microscopy PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 104 1  016101 2010/01 
  •  Molecular-scale arrangement and mechanical strength of phospholipid/cholesterol mixed bilayers investigated by frequency modulation atomic force microscopy in liquid Takeshi Fukuma NANOTECHNOLOGY 20 26 264008 2009/07  
  •  The amphiphilic protein HFBII as a genetically taggable molecular carrier for the formation of a self-organized functional protein layer on a solid surface LANGMUIR 26 16 8841–8844 2009/09
  •  Semi-in situ atomic force microscopy imaging of intracellular neurofilaments under physiological conditions through the 'sandwich' method Sato, F. Asakawa, H. Fukuma, T. Terada, S. Microscopy (Oxf) 65 316-324 2016/03/08
  •  Efficiency improvement in the cantilever photothermal excitation method using a photothermal conversion layer Inada, N. Asakawa, H. Kobayashi, T. Fukuma, T. Beilstein J Nanotechnol 7 409-417 2016/03/10

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  •  Flattened-Top Domical Water Drops Formed through Self-Organization of Hydrophobin Membranes: A Structural and Mechanistic Study Using Atomic Force Microscopy Yamasaki, R. Takatsuji, Y. Asakawa, H. Fukuma, T. Haruyama, T. ACS Nano 10 81-87 2015/12/01
  •  Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Self-organized HFBI Membranes on Different Types of Substrates Yamasaki, Ryota Asakawa, Hitoshi Fukuma, Takeshi Haruyama, Tetsuya Electrochemistry 83 11 969-973 2015
  •  Fabrication of electron beam deposited tip for atomic-scale atomic force microscopy in liquid Miyazawa, K. Izumi, H. Watanabe-Nakayama, T. Asakawa, H. Fukuma, T. Nanotechnology 26 10 105707 2015/03/13
  •  Electrochemical properties of honeycomb-like structured HFBI self-organized membranes on HOPG electrodes Yamasaki, R. Takatsuji, Y. Lienemann, M. Asakawa, H. Fukuma, T. Linder, M. Haruyama, T. Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces 123 2014/12/03
  •  Atomic force microscopy visualization of hard segment alignment in stretched polyurethane nanofibers prepared by electrospinning Sakamoto, H. Asakawa, H. Fukuma, T. Fujita, S. Suye, S. Science and Technology of Advanced Materials 15 1 015008 2014/02/10
  •  Molecular-scale surface structures of oligo(ethylene glycol)-terminated self-assembled monolayers investigated by frequency modulation atomic force microscopy in aqueous solution Inada, N. Asakawa, H. Matsumoto, Y. Fukuma, T. Nanotechnology 25 30 305602 2014/08/01
  •  Note: High-speed Z tip scanner with screw cantilever holding mechanism for atomic-resolution atomic force microscopy in liquid Akrami, Seyed Mohammad Reza; Miyata, Kazuki; Asakawa, Hitoshi; Fukuma, Takeshi Review of Scientific Instruments 85 12 2014/12/01 
  •  Significant improvements in stability and reproducibility of atomic-scale atomic force microscopy in liquid Akrami, Seyed Mohammad Reza; Nakayachi, H.; Watanabe-Nakayama, T.; Asakawa, Hitoshi; Fukuma, Takeshi Nanotechnology 25 45 2014/11/14 
  •  Electrochemical properties of honeycomb-like structured HFBI self-organized membranes on HOPG electrodes Yamasaki, Ryota; Takatsuji, Yoshiyuki; Lienemann, Michael; Asakawa, Hitoshi; Fukuma, Takeshi; Linder, Markus Ben; Haruyama, Tetsuya Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 123 803-808 2014/11/01 
  •  Tissular model/sensor seamless system for qualified analysis and its characterization BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 52 1 110–115 2010/10
  •  Spurious-free cantilever excitation in liquid by piezoactuator with flexure drive mechanism Takeshi Fukuma REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 80 10 103703 2009/10 

Conference Presentations

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「探針側方のナノ構造体を検知する非破壊AFMの開発と生体分子集合体計測への応用」(2014-2016)
○「液中原子分解能AFMを用いた蛍光プローブ分子拡散計測法の信頼性検証」(2009-2010) 
○「3次元走査型原子間力顕微鏡による生体膜/生体液界面のナノ空間計測」(2011-2013) 

Classes (Bachelors)

○Laboratory Course I(2017)
○Exercise II in Applied Chemistry(2017)
○Laboratory Course I(2017)
○Physical Chemistry I for Application(2017)
○Laboratory Course I(2016)
○Physical Chemistry I for Application(2016)
○Exercise II in Applied Chemistry(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Surface Analytical Chemistry(2017)
○Surface Analytical Chemistry(2017)
○Surface Analytical Chemistry(2017)
○Applied Chemical Thermodynamics(2017)
○Introduction of Energy and Environmental Program(2017)
○Physical Chemistry of Self-Assembly(2017)
○Surface Analytical Chemistry(2017)
○Applied Chemical Thermodynamics(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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