AKIYOSHI OOHASHI

Last Updated :2017/11/01

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Engineering, Professor
E-mail
ecoakiyohiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology
  • Master of Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology

Research Fields

  • Environmental science;Environmental conservation;Environmental engineering and reduction of environmental burden
  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil and environmental engineering

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Field Work at Construction Sites
  2. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Fundaments of Environmental Engineering
  3. 2017, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Sanitary and environmental engineering and exercise
  4. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Advanced Environmental Protection Engineering
  5. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Advanced Environmental Protection Engineering
  6. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research I
  7. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research I
  8. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research II
  9. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research IV
  10. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research V
  11. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar II
  12. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar I
  13. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar II

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Biomass Yield Efficiency of the Marine Anammox Bacterium, Candidatus Scalindua sp.," is Affected by Salinity", MICROBES AND ENVIRONMENTS, 30(1), 86-91, 20150301
  2. PAH contents in road dust on principal roads collected nationwide in Japan and their influential factors, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 72(7), 1062-1071, 20150901
  3. Biological oxidation of Mn(II) coupled with nitrification for removal and recovery of minor metals by downflow hanging sponge reactor, WATER RESEARCH, 68, 545-553, 20150101
  4. Recovery and biological oxidation of dissolved methane in effluent from UASB treatment of municipal sewage using a two-stage closed downflow hanging sponge system, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 151, 200-209, MAR 15 2015
  5. Microbial community composition of a down-flow hanging sponge (DHS) reactor combined with an up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor for the treatment of municipal sewage, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 151, 144-150, JAN 2014
  6. Development of a sixth-generation down-flow hanging sponge (DHS) reactor using rigid sponge media for post-treatment of UASB treating municipal sewage, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 152, 93-100, JAN 2014
  7. Biological recovery system of Rare Metasl(Co,Ni etc)from industrial wastewaters, 第31巻(第2号), pp.41-48, 201402
  8. A Long-Term Cultivation of an Anaerobic Methane-Oxidizing Microbial Community from Deep-Sea Methane-Seep Sediment Using a Continuous-Flow Bioreactor, PLOS ONE, 9(8), 1-14, 20140820
  9. Developing trend of technology to Biologically recover Rare Metals from wastewaters, 第37巻(第2号), pp.56-60, 201402
  10. Prospective combined system of UASB and DHS reactor for the treatment of domestic wastewater in Jakarta., Journal of Water and Environment Technology, 12(6), 459-468, 201412
  11. METABOLIC ACTIVITY OF MARINE ANAMMOX BACTERIA USING HEAVY METALS AND SULFATE, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research), 70(7), 251-256, 201411
  12. Potential of nitrous oxide conversion in batch and down-flow hanging sponge bioreactor systems., Sustainable Environment Research, 24(2), 117-128, 201403
  13. Caracterization of membrane fouling in anammox membrane bioreactors(anammox-MBR)., IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2014, 87-87, 20140921
  14. A new isolation method targeting anammox bacteria., The 13th International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering , 65-67, 20140922
  15. New metabolisms of anammox bacteria, The 13th International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering , 68-70, 20140922
  16. Biological manganese oxidation using a down-flow hanging sponge reactor supplied with methane., The 13th International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering , 71-73, 20140922
  17. PAHs contents in road dusts on principal roads collected nationwide in Japan and their influential factors., DIPCON Asian Regional Conference in 2014, P1-05, 20140903
  18. Cocultivation of Manganese(II) oxidizing bacteria with methane oxidizing bacteria for rare metal recovery., 15th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, PS08.260A, 20140824
  19. Methanotrophic community in a closed DHS reactor treating a UASB effluent for oxdation of dissolved methane., 15th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, PS08.278A, 20140824
  20. Effects of salinity and volatile fatty acids on the growth of an anammox bacterium, Candidatus Scalindua sp, 15th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, PS08.201A, 20140824
  21. Enhancement of denitrification in a down-flow hanging sponge reactor by effluent recirculation, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 68(3), 591-598, 2013
  22. Physiological Characterization of an Anaerobic Ammonium-Oxidizing Bacterium Belonging to the Candidatus Scalindua" Group", APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 79(13), 4145-4148, JUL 2013
  23. Polyphosphate-accumulating organisms capable of living under high salinity environment, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research), Vol.69(No.7), III_523-III_530, 201311
  24. Loadings of polycyclic musks and triclosan in separate sewage treatment plants and coastal marine sediments in Hiroshima bay area, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. G (Environmental Research), Vol.69(No.7), III_571-III_579, 201311
  25. Simultaneous Removal of Phenol and Ammonium Nitrogenin a Down-flow Hanging sponge (DHS) Reactor with Effluent Recirculation, Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association. Research journal , 50(603), 111-118, 201301
  26. Improment of Anammox Process with Membrane Bioreactor, The 2nd International Anammox Symposium, pp74, 11-12 Jun 2013
  27. Physiological characterization of an anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing bacterium enriched from coastal sediments,Hiroshima,Japan, The 2nd International Anammox Symposium, pp.67, 11-12 Jun 2013
  28. Physiological characterization of an anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing bacterium belonging to the "Candidatus Scalindua sp, 3rd International Conference of Nitrification, pp.66, 2-5 September 2013
  29. Degradation of polycyclic musks and triclosan on soil surfaces under artificial light conditions, The 12th International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering , pp.165-169, 24-25 Sep,2013
  30. Biological manganese oxidation using a down-flow hanging sponge reactor supplied with methane, The 12th International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering , pp.155-159, 24-25 Sep,2013
  31. Improvements in anammox process using a membrane bioreactor, The 12th International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering , pp.218-221, 24-25 Sep,2013
  32. Phosphate recovery as concentrated solution from treated wastewater by a PAO-enriched biofilm reactor, WATER RESEARCH, 47(6), 2025-2032, APR 15 2013
  33. Reduction of Alkali Supplement in a Pilot-Scale Thermophilic Multi-Staged UASB Reactor Treating Alcohol Distillery Wastewater, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 7(4), 823-830, FAL 2013
  34. Ecophysiological role and function of uncultured Chloroflexi in an anammox reactor, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 66(12), 2556-2561, 2012
  35. Development of anammox reactor equipped with a degassing membrane to improve biomass retention, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 66(2), 451-456, 2012
  36. Influence of temperature and salinity on microbial structure of marine anammox bacteria, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 66(5), 958-964, 2012
  37. Treatment of low-strength wastewater in an anaerobic down-flow hanging sponge (AnDHS) reactor at low temperature, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, 47(12), 1803-1808, 2012
  38. Detection of single-copy functional genes in prokaryotic cells by two-pass TSA-FISH with polynucleotide probes, JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS, 88(2), 218-223, FEB 2012
  39. A method for evaluating the host range of bacteriophages using phages fluorescently labeled with 5-ethynyl-2 '-deoxyuridine (EdU), APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, 95(3), 777-788, AUG 2012
  40. The effect of salinity on nitrite accumulation in a down-flow hanging sponge reactor, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, 87(10), 1466-1472, OCT 2012
  41. Long term Evaluation of the Effect of Salinity on Organic Removal and Ammonium Oxidation in a down-flow Hanging Sponge Reactor, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 6(2), 361-366, SPR 2012
  42. Rubber and Methane Recovery from Deproteinized Natural Rubber Wastewater by Coagulation Pre-treatment and Anaerobic Treatment, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 6(3), 577-584, SUM 2012
  43. Photocatalytic Decomposition of Atmospheric Toxic Substances on the TiO2-loaded Glasses Set on the Roadside of a Highway, Water and Environment Technology, 10(4), 399-408, 201210
  44. Biodegradation potential of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by activated sludge determined by micro autoradiography-fluorescence in situ hybridisation, The IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2012, pp.72 No.235-pp.72 No.235, 20120916
  45. Recovery of concentrated phosphate from treated sewage by PAO-enriched biofilm reactor., The IWA Nutrient Removal and Recovery 2012 (IWA NRR 2012), 175-176, 20120923
  46. Microbial community structure and ecophysiology of candidate division TM7 in activated sludge., 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology(isme14), PS18.061B-PS18.061B, 20120819
  47. Microbial community structure based on 16S rRNA and pmoA genes in the dissolved methane treatment reactors receiving UASB effluents., 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology(isme14), PS14.330B-PS14.330B, 20120819
  48. Physiological characteristics of marine anammox bacteria enriched from sea sediments,Hiroshima,Japan., 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology(isme14), PS09.457A-PS09.457A, 20120819
  49. Enrichment of manganese oxidizing bacteria coupling with nitrification by down-flow hanging sponge reactor., 14th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology(isme14), PS07.089A-PS07.089A, 20120819
  50. Recovery of concentrated phosphate from treated sewage by biofilm reactor., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2012, 61-62, 20120817
  51. Enrichment of manganese oxidizing bacteria by Down-flow Hanging Sponge Reactor for rare metals removal and recobery., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2012, 59-60, 20120817
  52. Recovery and Biological Oxidation of Dissolved Methane in Effluent of Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment by Closed DHS system, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2012, 63-64, 20120817
  53. Enrichment of marine anammox bacteria in Hiroshima Bay sediments, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 63(5), 965-970, 2011
  54. Ecophysiology of Uncultured Filamentous Anaerobes Belonging to the Phylum KSB3 That Cause Bulking in Methanogenic Granular Sludge, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 77(6), 2081-2087, MAR 2011
  55. Enrichment and identification of methane-oxidizing bacteria by using down-flow hanging sponge bioreactors under low methane concentration, ANNALS OF MICROBIOLOGY, 61(3), 683-687, SEP 2011
  56. Post-treatment Options for UASB Sewage Treatment Systems in Debeloping Countries, Journal of water and waste, 53(11), 865-875, 201111
  57. Dissolved methane oxidation and competition for oxygen in down-flow hanging sponge reactor for post-treatment of anaerobic wastewater treatment, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 102(22), 10299-10304, NOV 2011
  58. Partial Nitrification in an Airlift Activated Sludge Reactor with Experimental and Theoretical Assessments of the pH Gradient inside the Sponge Support Medium, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 5(1), 33-40, 20110101
  59. Evaluation of Treatment Characteristics and Sludge Properties in a UASB Reactor Treating Municipal Sewage at Ambient Temperature, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 5(4), 821-826, FAL 2011
  60. Enrichment Using an Up-flow Column Reactor and Community Structure of Marine Anammox Bacteria from Coastal Sediment, MICROBES AND ENVIRONMENTS, 26(1), 67-73, MAR 5 2011
  61. Nitrite-accumulating Nitrification in a Trickling Filter Reactor Treating a Low-strength Ammonia Wastewater., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2011, 82-83, 20111114
  62. Microbial Community Composition of Marine Anammox Bacteria Under Different Condition., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2011, 80-81, 20111114
  63. Development of the Degassing Anammox Reactor to Enhance Biomass Retention., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2011, 74-75, 20111114
  64. Comparison of the Equilibrium Kinetics between Fe2+ and Various Ferric Species in River Water and Sewage Effuluents., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2011, 72-73, 20111114
  65. Biological Oxidation of Manganese without Organic Carbon for Removal and Recovery of Rare Metals by Down-Flow Hanging Sponge Reactor., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2011, 70-71, 20111114
  66. Influence of Temperature and Salinity to Microbial Structure of Marine Anammox Bacteria., The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 14-2-4-14-2-4, 20111002
  67. Development of Anammox Reactor Equipped with Degassing Membrane to Improbe Biomass Retention, The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 14-2-6-14-2-6, 20111002
  68. Biological Oxidation of Manganese for Removal and Recovery of Rare Metals by Down-flow Hanging Sponge Reactor., The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 14-5-4-14-5-4, 20111002
  69. Comparison of Dissolution Kinetics of Fe2+from Various Ferric Specie in River Water and Sewage Effluents., The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 20-1-5-20-1-5, 20111002
  70. Ecophysiological Role and Function of Uncultured Chlorofl exi in an Anammox Reactor., The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 14-8-2-14-8-2, 20111002
  71. The Effect of Salinity on Nitritation in a DHS Reactor and Microfl ora Succession of Nitrifiers, The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 14-14-2-14-14-2, 20111002
  72. A Challenge to Prompt Nitritation in a Trickling Filter Reactor Treating a Low-strength Ammonia Wastewater, The 4th IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition, 14-19-5-14-19-5, 20111002
  73. Development of a resourse recovering process for deproteinized natural rubber wastewater by using calcium pretreatment and anaerobic treatment, Environ.Eng.Res., 47, 609-614, 2010
  74. Closed DHS system to prevent dissolved methane emissions as greenhouse gas in anaerobic wastewater treatment by its recovery and biological oxidation, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 61(9), 2407-2415, 2010
  75. Biological oxidation of dissolved methane in effluents from anaerobic reactors using a down-flow hanging sponge reactor, WATER RESEARCH, 44(5), 1409-1418, MAR 2010
  76. Peptide nucleic acids (PNAs) antisense effect to bacterial growth and their application potentiality in biotechnology, APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, 86(2), 397-402, MAR 2010
  77. Removal of organic substances and oxidation of ammonium nitrogen by a down-flow hanging sponge (DHS) reactor under high salinity conditions, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 101(14), 5180-5185, JUL 2010
  78. Detection of Single Copy Genes by Two-Pass Tyramide Signal Amplification Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (Two-Pass TSA-FISH) with Single Oligonucleotide Probes, MICROBES AND ENVIRONMENTS, 25(1), 15-21, FEB 24 2010
  79. Stimulation of Nitritation and Changes in Nitrifying Bacterial Microflora in a DHS Reactor by Controlling Salinity, Japan Society on Water Environment , 33(10), 159-165, 201010
  80. BIOLOGICAL OXIDATION AND EMISSION OF DISSOLVED METHANE IN DHS REACTOR POLISHING UP ANAEROBICALLY TREATED WASTEWATER, Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 66(3), 111-119, 201007
  81. Recovery of Dissolved Methane in Effluent of Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment by Closed DHS Unit, Japan Society on Water Environment , 33(4), 25-31, 201004
  82. MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF G3-DHS REACTOR IN UASB-DHS SYSTEM TREATING DOMESTIC SEWAGE, Japan Society of Civil Engineers (G), 66(1), 56-64, 201003
  83. Obstruction of Mesophilic Non-dilution Methane Fermentation Processing from Results of Microbial Consortia Analysis, Japan Society of Material Cycles and Waste Management , 21(1), 10-18, 20100224
  84. Effect of Salinity on Organic Removal and Ammonium Oxidation by a DHS Reactor : Long Term Evaluation, Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association. Research journal , 47(569), 85-93, 20100315
  85. Effect of sponge volume on the performance of down-flow hanging sponge system treating UASB reactor effluent, Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering , 33(7), 779-785, 201009
  86. Phosphorus recovery as condensed liquid using an anaerobic-oxic DHS reactor., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2010, 143-143, 20101101
  87. Increases in anammox activity under tha existence of acetate and nitrate., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2010, 142-142, 20101101
  88. Recovery and Biological oxidation of dissolved methane from anaerobic wastewater treatment process, 12th WORLD CONGRESS ON ANAEROBIC DIGESTION(AD 12th), 203-203, 20101031
  89. Enrichment of marine anammox bacteria in Hiroshima Bay sediments., IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition in Montreal., 201009
  90. Evaluation of anammox activity and dissimilatory nitrate reduction in the presence of acetate or propionate., 13th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology(isme13), 20100822
  91. Effects of anaerobic-aerobic period on the microbial community structure of polyphosphate accumulating organisms., 13th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology(isme13), PS06.006-PS06.006, 20100822
  92. Recovery and Biological Oxidation of Dissolved Methane from Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment Process Using Two Closed-DHS Reactors., Water and Environment Technology Conference International Forum for Scientists and Engineers, 26-2B-10-26-2B-10, 20100625
  93. Nitrous Oxide Production and Succession of Bacterial Community in a Nitrogen Removal Tricking Filter Reactor., Water and Environment Technology Conference International Forum for Scientists and Engineers, 26-2B-09-26-2B-09, 20100625
  94. Recovery of phosphorus as highly concentrated solution using an anaerobic-oxic DHS reactor., Water and Environment Technology Conference International Forum for Scientists and Engineers, 26-1B-11-26-1B-11, 20100625
  95. Development of 16S rRNA gene-targeted primers for detection of archaeal anaerobic methanotrophs (ANMEs), FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS, 297(1), 31-37, AUG 2009
  96. Sequence-specific bacterial growth inhibition by peptide nucleic acid targeted to the mRNA binding site of 16S rRNA, APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, 84(6), 1161-1168, OCT 2009
  97. Cultivation of Methanogens under Low-Hydrogen Conditions by Using the Coculture Method, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 75(14), 4892-4896, JUL 15 2009
  98. Influence of sugar content of wastewater on the microbial characteristics of granular sludge developed at 20 degrees C in the anaerobic granular sludge bed reactor, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, 44(9), 921-927, JUL 15 2009
  99. ON-SITE TREATMENT OF SEASONAL CAMPAIGN SHOCHU DISTILLERY WASTEWATER BY A THERMOPHILIC MULTI-STAGED UASB REACTOR, Japan Society of Civil Engineers G, 65(3), 180-187, 2009
  100. Cultivation of uncultured fastidious marine subsurface methanogens using continuous-flow bioreactor, 51(9), 57-64, 200909
  101. Cost-Effective sewage tertiary treatment consisting of DHS nitrification reactor and sulfur autotrophic denitrification reactor, 51(8), 50-59, 200908
  102. Performance of a Full-scale Down-flow Hanging Sponge (DHS) Reactor for Nitrification and Fecal Coliform Removals, Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association. Research journal , 46(561), 106-116, 20090715
  103. Recovery of High-Concentrated Phosphorus Solution Using a DHS Reactor., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2009, 76-76, 20091027
  104. The activity of the anammox in the presence of organic matter., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2009, 75-75, 20091027
  105. Enrichment of marine anammox bacteria., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2009, 74-74, 20091027
  106. Effect of the Long-term Process Outage on the Performance of Full-Scale DHS Reactor for Post-treatment of UASB Treating Municipal Sewage., 3rd IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition 2009, 151-152, 20091018
  107. Closed DHS system to prevent dissolved methane emitting as greenhouse gas in anaerobic wastewater treatment by its recovery and biological oxidation., 3rd IWA-ASPIRE Conference & Exhibition 2009, 51-52, 20091018
  108. The contribution of biomass burning on PAHs emissions in atmospheric and water environments, 13th International Conference on Diffuse Pollution and Integrated Watershed Management, DIPCON 2009, 20091012
  109. Phtocatalytic decomposition of atmospheric toxic substances on the TiO2-loaded sound-proof wall of a highway, Proceeding of joint seminar in Civil Engineering,, 43-46, 20090908
  110. Biological dissolved methane treatment using closed DHS reacor., International Symposium on Green Technology for Global Carbon Cycle in Asia, B17, p. 181.-B17, p. 181., 200905
  111. Community Structure and Function of Coexisting Bacteria in ANAMMOX Reactors., International Symposium on Green Technology for Global Carbon Cycle in Asia, B18, p. 182-B18, p. 182, 200905
  112. The activity by addition of short-chain fatty acids in the ANAMMOX Process, International Symposium on Green Technology for Global Carbon Cycle in Asia, B19, p. 183-B19, p. 183, 200905
  113. Investigation of the optimum itme for EBPR with tubular reactor., International Symposium on Green Technology for Global Carbon Cycle in Asia, B20, p. 184.-B20, p. 184., 200905
  114. Community Structure and Physiology of Candidate Division TM7 in a Wastewater Treratment Plant., International Symposium on Green Technology for Global Carbon Cycle in Asia, B21, p. 185.-B21, p. 185., 200905
  115. Influence of dissolved oxygen on coulomb efficiency of microbial fuel cells, International Symposium on Green Technology for Global Carbon Cycle in Asia, B22, p. 186. -B22, p. 186. , 200905
  116. Ecophysiology of filamentous Chloroflexi and candidate division TM7 in a municipal wastewater treatment plant., Microbial Population Dynamics in Biological Wastewater Treatment,IWA-ASPD5, 7018-7018, 200905
  117. Methane oxidizing bacteria in closed DHS reactor treating dissolved methane in anaerobic wastewater treatment effluent, Microbial Population Dynamics in Biological Wastewater Treatment,IWA-ASPD5, 7065-7065, 200905
  118. Changes in process performance and microbial characteristics of retained sludge during low-temperature operation of an EGSB reactor, JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, 43(14), 1650-1656, 200811
  119. Evaluation of enzymatic cell treatments for application of CARD-FISH to methanogens, JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS, 72(1), 54-59, JAN 2008
  120. Methanocella paludicola gen. nov., sp nov., a methane-producing archaeon, the first isolate of the lineage 'Rice Cluster I', and proposal of the new archaeal order Methanocellales ord. nov., INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 58, 929-936, APR 2008
  121. Syntrophorhabdus aromaticivorans gen. nov., sp nov., the first cultured anaerobe capable of degrading phenol to acetate in obligate syntrophic associations with a hydrogenotrophic methanogen, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 74(7), 2051-2058, APR 2008
  122. Production of biologically safe digested manure for land application by a full-scale biogas plant with heat-inactivation, WASTE MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH, 26(3), 256-260, JUN 2008
  123. Detection of active butyrate-degrading microorganisms in methanogenic sludges by RNA-based stable isotope probing, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 74(11), 3610-3614, JUN 2008
  124. Thermodesulfovibrio aggregans sp nov and Thermodesulfovibrio thiophilus sp nov., anaerobic, thermophilic, sulfate-reducing bacteria isolated from thermophilic methanogenic sludge, and emended description of the genus Thermodesulfovibrio, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY, 58(11), 2541-2548, NOV 2008
  125. Characteristics of granular sludge in an EGSB reactor for treating low strength wastewater, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 2(4), 319-328, 20080101
  126. Intermittent effluent recirculation for the efficient treatment of low strength wastewater by an EGSB reactor, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 2(3), 231-238, 20080101
  127. Changes of microbial characteristics of retained sludge during low-temperature operation of an EGSB reactor for low-strength wastewater treatment, Water Science & Technology, 57(2), 277-281, 20080101
  128. Influence of effluent-recirculation condition on the process performance of expanded granular sludge bed reactor for treating low strength wastewater, Water Science & Technology, 57(6), 869-873, 20080301
  129. TREATMENT OF SALINITY WASTEWATER CONTAINING A LARGE AMOUNT OF AMMONIUM NITROGEN USING DHS REACTOR, Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 64(4), 327-335, 20081201
  130. PERFORMANCE OF THE 6TH GENERATION OF DHS PROCESS USING A NOVEL SUPPORT MATERIAL FOR SLUDGE RETAINMENT, Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 64(2), 78-87, 20080421
  131. Optimization of the performance of an integrated anaerobic-aerobic system for domestic wastewater treatment., WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY , 58(1), 185-194, 200807
  132. DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL SEWAGE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY WITH MINIMUM ENERGY REQUIREMENT −PERFORMANCE OF ORGANIC MATTERS REMOVAL BY PRACTICAL-SCALE DHS REACTOR− , Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 64(2), 187-195, 20080620
  133. INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE DECREASE ON THE PHYSICAL AND MICROBIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF RETAINED SLUDGE IN EGSB REACTOR FOR LOW-STRENGTH WASTEWATER TREATMENT, Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 64(4), 297-303, 20081219
  134. Anoxic Ammonium Oxidation by Application of a Down-Flow Hanging Sponge (DHS) Reactor, J. Environ. Eng. Manage.,, 18(6), 409-417, 2008
  135. Methanolinea trade gen. nov., sp.nov., a methane-producing archaeon isolated from a methanogenic digester sludge, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 58, 294-301, 200901
  136. Direct production of electric energy by microbial fuel cells., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 50-50, 200810
  137. Photocatalytic decomposition of PAHs with TiO2 and their toxicity assessment., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 49-49, 200810
  138. Effect of anaerobic/aerobic interval on enhanced biological phosphorus removal using tubular biofilm reactor., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 48-48, 200810
  139. The addition of organic matter in the ANAMMOX process., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 47-47, 200810
  140. Light induced concentration change of aquatic dissolved iron forms and the spectrophotometric determination with ferrozine., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 33-33, 200810
  141. Effects of ammonia and saliniy on nitritation in sponge-airlift reactor., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 29-29, 200810
  142. Establishment of a one-stage nitrogen-removal process in a down-flow hanging sponge (DHS) reactor, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 28-28, 200810
  143. Diverse microorganisms involved in butyrate degradation in methanogenic sludges revealed by RNA-based stable isotope probing., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE-2008, 27-27, 200810
  144. Detection of chromosome-encoded genes by TWO-Pass TSR-FISH with single oligonnucleotide probe, 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (isme12), 200808
  145. Development of a novel host range evaluation method for bacteriophages., 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (isme12), 200808
  146. Distinctive microbes are involved in butyrate and palmitate degradation under methanogenic conditions., 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (isme12), 200808
  147. Community structure and function of candidate division TM7 in a wastewater treatment plant., 12th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (isme12), 200808
  148. Partial Nitri cation of Ammonium to Nitrite for ANAMMOX, The 4th International Symposium of Environmental Biotechnology, 26-27, 200808
  149. Microbial community that catalyzes partial nitrification at low oxygen atmosphere as revealed by 16S rRNA and amoA genes, JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING, 104(6), 525-528, DEC 2007
  150. Performance comparison of a pilot-scale UASB and DHS system and activated sludge process for the treatment of municipal wastewater, Water Research, 41(12), 2697-2705, 20070701
  151. Characterization of filamentous bacteria, belonging to candidate phylum KSB3, that are associated with bulking in methanogenic granular sludges, The ISME Journal, 1(3), 246-255, 20070701
  152. Pelotomaculum propionicicum sp. nov., an anaerobic, mesophilic, obligately syntrophic, propionate-oxidizing bacterium, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 57(7), 1487-1492, 20070701
  153. Diversity of Anaerobic Microorganisms Involved in Long-Chain Fatty Acid Degradation in Methanogenic Sludges as Revealed by RNA-Based Stable Isotope Probing, Applied Environmental Microbiology, 73(13), 4119-4127, 20070701
  154. Isolation of Key Methanogens for Global Methane Emission from Rice Paddy Fields: a Novel Isolate Affiliated with the Clone Cluster Rice Cluster, Applied Environmental Microbiology, 73(13), 4326-4331, 20070701
  155. Economic evaluation of sewage treatment processes in India, Journal of Environmental Management, 84(4), 447-460, 20070901
  156. Factors affecting partial nitritation in a sponge-airlift reactor, Journal of water and waste , 49(9), 774-781, 20070901
  157. Bellilinea caldifistulae gen. nov., sp. nov. and Longilinea arvoryzae gen. nov., sp. nov., strictly anaerobic, filamentous bacteria of the phylum Chloroflexi isolated from methanogenic propionate-degrading consortia, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbioloty, 57, 2299-2306, 20071001
  158. The Effect of Shock Loading to the Performance of Thermophilic UASB reactor in terms of Deterioration and Recovery [in Japanese] , ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH, 44, 589-596, 20071101
  159. Evaluation of process of the Expanded Granular Sludge Bed (EGSB) reactor for performance treatment of municipal sewage, ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH, 44, 579-588, 20071101
  160. Investigation of Inductive Effect of Salinity on Nitritation, ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH, 44, 195-200, 20071101
  161. The Effect of Sponge Media Size on the Performance of Down-flow Hanging Sponge (DHS) Reactor , Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association , 44(541), 94-103, 20071101
  162. Methanogenic treatment of low strength wastewater by anaerobic trickling filter "AnDHS reactor" , Journal of water and waste , 49(12), 65-72, 20071201
  163. Effective partial nitrification to nitrite by down-flow hanging sponge reactor under limited oxygen condition, Water Research, 41(2), 295-302, 200701
  164. Identification and Cultivation of Anaerobic, Syntrophic Long-Chain Fatty Acid-Degrading Microbes from Mesophilic and Thermophilic Methanogenic Sludges, Applied and Environmental Microbiology (AEM), 73(4), 1332-1340, 200702
  165. Syntrophomonas palmitatica sp. nov., an anaerobic, syntrophic, long-chain fatty-acid-oxidizing bacterium isolated from methanogenic sludge, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 57, 2137-2142, 200709
  166. Isolation of Uncultivated Methanogens using Anaerobic Syntrophic Substrate-degrading Coculture System , Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment, 29(7), 389-397, 20060401
  167. Reconstruction and Regulation of the Central Catabolic Pathway in the Thermophilic Prpionate-Oxidizing Syntroph Pelotomaculum thermopropionicum,, Journal of Bacteriolog, 188(1), 202-210, 200601
  168. Pelotomaculum terephthalicum sp. nov. and Pelotomaculum isophthalicum sp. nov.: two anaerobic bacteria that degrade phthalate isomers in syntrophic association with hydrogenotrophic methanogens , Arch. Microbiol., 185(3), 172-182, 20060401
  169. On-site treatment of high-strength alcohol distillery wastewater by a pilot-scale thermophilic multi-staged UASB (MS-UASB) reactor, Water Science and Technology, 53(3), 27-35, 20060401
  170. Combining UASB and the "fourth generation" down-flow hanging sponge reactor for municipal wastewater treatment, Water Science and Technology, 53(3), 209-218, 20060401
  171. Potential of a combination of UASB and DHS reactor as a novel sewage treatment system for developing countries: Long-term evaluation, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 132(2), 166-172, 20060401
  172. Sewage treatment in a combined up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB)-down-flow hanging sponge (DHS) system, Biochemical Engineering Journal, 29(3), 210-219, 20060401
  173. Prospects for a self-sustainable sewage treatment system: A case study on full-scale UASB system in India’s Yamuna River Basin, Journal of Environmental Management, 80(3), 198-207, 20060401
  174. Non-sulfate-reducing, syntrophic bacteria affiliated with Desulfotomaculum cluster I are widely distributed in methanogenic environments, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 72(3), 2080-2091, 20060401
  175. Visualization of mcr mRNA, in a methanogen by fluorescence in situ hibridization with an oligonucleotide probe and two-pass tyramide signal amplication (two-pass TSA-FISH), Journal of Microbiological Methods, 66(3), 521-528, 20060401
  176. Improved In Situ Hybridization Efficiency with Locked-Nucleic-Acid-Incorporated DNA Probes, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 72(8), 5311-5317, 20060401
  177. Anaerolinea thermolimosa sp. nov., Levilinea sacchaolytica gen. nov., sp. nov. novel filamentous anaerobes, and description of the new classis Anaeroineae classis nov. and Caldilinease classis nov. in the bacterial phylum Chlorflei, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 56, 1331-1340, 20060401
  178. Tepidanaerobacter syntrophicus gen. nov., sp. nov., an anaerobic, moderately thermophilic, syntrophic alcohol- and lactate-degrading bacterium isolated from thermophilic digested sludges, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbioloty, 56(7), 1621-1629, 20060401
  179. Effect of inorganic carbon on nitrite accumulation in an aerobic granule reactor, Water Science and Technology, 53(12), 285-294, 20060401
  180. The influence of physical chemical and biological factors on the removal of faecal coliform through down-flow hanging sponge (DHS) system treating UASB reactor effluent, Water Research, 40(9), 1877-1883, 20060401
  181. Anaerobic/Aerobic Treatment of Actual Dye Wastewater Using System Combining UASB and DHS Reactors , Japan journal of water pollution research , 29(10), 613-620, 20061001
  182. Effects of Temperature and Ammonium Concentration on Partial Nitrification in Sponge-Airlift Reactor, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 43, 343-351, 20061101
  183. Visual detection of chromosomal encoded methyl coenzyme M reductase gene of a methanogen by two-pass tyramide signal amplification-fluorescence in situ hybridization (two-pass TSA-FISH) with polydeoxyribonucleotide probes , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 43, 143-148, 20061101
  184. Treatment of Low-strength Wastewater by Anaerobic Down-flow Hanging (AnDHS) Reactor , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 43, 23-29, 20061101
  185. Reduction of alkali addition for treatment of shochu distillery wastewater by pilot-scale thermophilic (55.DEG.C.) multi-staged UASB reactor, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 43, 7-14, 20061101
  186. COST EFFECTIVENESS OF VARIOUS SEWAGE TREATMENT PROCESSES OPERATED IN INDIA , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 34, 575-583, 20061201
  187. Advanced fluorescence in situ hybridization technique to visualize bacterial functions, The 3rd International Symposium of Environmental Biotechnologies on Bioremediation, 20061012
  188. MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES IN THE COMPLETE AND PARTIAL NITRIFICATION PROCESSES, International Society for Microbial Ecology(ISME-11), A291-A291, 200608
  189. DIVERSITY ANALYSIS AND QUANTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL GENE IN SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA IN SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM ENHANCING SULFUR-REDOX ACTION, International Society for Microbial Ecology(ISME-11), A113-A113, 200608
  190. Filamentous Microorganisms Affiliated with Uncultured Bacterial Group at Phylum Level: Microbes as Causative Agent for Filamentous Bulking of Methanogenic Sludge Granules, Japan Society on Water Environment , 28(1), 37-42, 20050101
  191. Simultaneous Quantification of Sulfur-Oxidizing Bacteria and Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria by Multiplex Real-time PCR, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 42, 561-570, 20050401
  192. High Rate Treatment of Low Strength Wastewater by an EGSB Reactor., Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 42, 39-49, 20050401
  193. High Performance Anaerobic Digestion Treatment of Municipal Sludge with Ozonation , Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association , 41(505), 111-118, 20050401
  194. Minimization of greenhouse gas emission by application of anaerobic digestion process with biogas utilization, Water Science & Technology, 152(1-2), 545-552, 20050401
  195. A low-cost municipal sewage treatment system with a combination of UASB and the fourth-generation downflow hanging sponge reactors, Water Science & Technology, 52(1-2), 323-329, 20050401
  196. Hydrolytic activity of alpha-amylase in anaerobic digested sludge, Water Science and Technology, 52(1-2), 259-266, 20050401
  197. Diversity, Localization, and Physiological Properties of Filamentous Microbes Belonging to Chloroflexi Subphylum I in Mesophilic and Thermophilic Methanogenic Sludge Granules, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 71(11), 7493-7503, 20050401
  198. Cultivation, Identification and Specific Detection of Anaerobic Syntrophic Long-Chain Fatty Acids-degrading Microorganisms in Anaerobic Sludges , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 42, 609-618, 20050401
  199. Effect of sulfate on the biodegradation of soluble and solid organic matters in thermophilic methanogenic process. , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 42, 435-444, 20050401
  200. Reduction of Alkalinity Supplement to a Novel High-rate UASB Reactor by a Multi-Feed Mode, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 42, 407-414, 20050401
  201. LCA for the Sludge Disposal and Beneficial Use of Biogas in Nagaoka City , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 42, 171-182, 20050401
  202. Treatment of Wastewater Containing a Large Amount of Suspended Solids by a Novel Multistaged UASB Reactor, Environmental Technology, 26(12), 1353-1363, 20050401
  203. Anaerobic treatment of low strength wastewater by an expanded granular sludge bed reactor, 1st IWA-ASPIRE, 12C-2-12C-2, 20050710
  204. CARD-FISH for Detection of Functional Gene of Methanogens, 105th ASM General Meeting, I-106- I-106, 20050605
  205. Anaerobic Phage Ecology: Doninance of Broad Host Range Phages in Anaerobic Methanogenic Digester, 105th ASM General Meeting, M-018-M-018, 20050605
  206. High Rate Anaerobic Treatment of Liquid-fraction of Shouchu Stillage Waste by a Multi-staged Thermophilic UASB Reacto, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 41, 31-40, 20040401
  207. Development of a Cost-effective Novel Sewage Treatment System by a combination of UASB Reactor and the “Fourth Generation” Downflow Hanging Sponge (DHS) Reactor, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 41, 155-164, 20040401
  208. MEASUREMENTS OF OXYGEN AND NITROGEN PROFILES IN ATTACHED BIOFILM ON RIVER ROCKS BY THE USE OF MICROELECTRODES , Proceedings of JSCE , 769, 89-94, 20040401
  209. Identification and isolation of anaerobic, syntrophic phthalate isomers-degrading microbes from methanogenic sludges treating wastewater from terephthalate manufacturing, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 70(3), 1617-1626, 20040401
  210. A Simple Process Model on the Anaerobic Digestion Treatment of Municipal Sludge with Ooznation, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 41, 19-29, 20040401
  211. Alpha-Amylase Activity of Solid Starch-Degrading Bacteria in Anaerobic Digested Sludge, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 41, 51-59, 20040401
  212. Development of a Novel Sewage Treatment Process for Minimum Energy Requirement Treatment Characteristics of Sponge Carrier Trickling Filter as the Third Generation Type DHS Reactor , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 41, 175-186, 20040401
  213. PROCESS PERFORMANCE OF NET MEMBRANE AS ALTERNATIVE OF FINAL SEDIMENTATION TANK FOR ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS, Proceedings of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 776(7-33), 97-104, 20040401
  214. High rate anaerobic treatment of palm oil mill effluent (POME) by reversible flow anaerobic baffled reactor (RBR), Proceedings of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers , 776(7-33), 115-123, 20040401
  215. Realization of super high-rate methane fermentation bioreactor and isolation of anaerobic syntrophic microbes, Bioscience & industry , 62(7), 431-436, 20040701
  216. Detection and identification of methanogens by CARD-FISH targeting mcrA mRNA, International Society for Microbial Ecology(ISME-10), 123-123, 20040822
  217. Diversity, distribution, and physiological properties of filamentous anaerobes belongin to the phylum Chloroflexi in methanogenic UASB sludge granules, International Society for Microbial Ecology(ISME-10), 163-163, 20040822
  218. Non-sulfate reducers within a sulfate-reducing cluster are ubiquitous in anoxic environments:syntrophic microbes hidden bihind molecular community analyses, International Society for Microbial Ecology(ISME-10), 13-13, 20040822
  219. Hydrolytic activity of alpha-amylase in anaerobic digested sludge, 10th World Congress Anaerobic Digestion (Montreal, CANADA), , 617-622, 20040829
  220. Applicability of catalyzed reporter deposition and fluorescence in situ hybridization (CARD-FISH) for visualization of methanogens, 10th World Congress Anaerobic Digestion (Montreal, CANADA), , 1885-1887, 20040829
  221. A low-cost municipal sewage treatmentsystem with a combination of UASB and the "Fourth Generation" Downflow Hngin Sponge (DHS) reactor, 10th World Congress Anaerobic Digestion (Montreal, CANADA), , 921-926, 20040829
  222. Fate of dissolved methane in DHS reactor receiving effluent of UASB sewage treatment, 10th World Congress Anaerobic Digestion (Montreal, CANADA), , 2160-2162, 20040829
  223. A non-sulfate-reducing,syntrophic bacterial group within the genus desulfotomaculum is ubiquitaous in anaerobic wastewater and waste treatment sludges, 10th World Congress Anaerobic Digestion (Montreal, CANADA), , 450-451, 20040829
  224. Graphical Estimation of Specific Biological Activity on Sludge with Low Biodegradability by Batch Test and New Analytical Method , Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment, 26(3), 167-170, 20030301
  225. Acetate Synthesis from H2/CO2 in Simulated and Actual Landfill Samples, Environmental Technology, 24(4), 435-444, 20030401
  226. Sporotomacuum syntrophicum sp. nov., a novel anaerobic, syntrophic benzoate-degrading bacterium isolated from an anaerobic sludge treating purified-terephatalate manufacturing wastewater, Archives of Microbiology, 179(4), 242-249, 20030401
  227. Archaeal community compositions at different depths (up to 30 m) of a municipal solid waste landfill in Taiwan as revealed by 16S rDNA cloning analyses, Biotechnology Letters, 25(9), 719-724, 20030401
  228. Molecular detection and direct enumeration of methanogenic Archaea and Methanotrophic Bacteria in domestic solid waste landfill soils, Biotechnology Letters, 25(18), 1563-1569, 20030401
  229. Respirometric identification of hydrolysis kinetics for the modelling of anaerobic municipal sludge digestion process, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 40, 291-302, 20030401
  230. Process Performance and Sludge Behaviors of Multi-staged UASB reactor for Treatment of Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) , Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 40, 441-449, 20030401
  231. Anaerolinea thermophila gen. nov., ,sp. nov. and Caldilinea aeropila gen. nov., sp. nov., novel filamentous thermophiles that represent at previously uncultured lineage of the domain Bacteria at the subphylum level, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 53(6), 1843-1851, 20030401
  232. Cell Wall Treatments for Applying CARD-FISH to Methanogens, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 40, 363-371, 20030401
  233. Fluorescence in situ hybridization combined with catalyzed reporter deposition for in situ analysis of methanogens in anaerobic digested sludge, IWA ASIAN WATERQUAL,2003, 239-239, 20031019
  234. A Long term experimental Evaluation of an Appropriate Sewage Treatment Technology by Combination of UASB and DHS (Down-flow Hanging Sponge) reactor, IWA ASIAN WATERQUAL,2003, 22-22, 20031019
  235. Super-high rate treatment of alcohol distillery wastewater by thermophilic multi-staged UASB reactor, IWA ASIAN WATERQUAL,2003, 152-152, 20031019
  236. Pilot plant study on anaerobic treatment of a lipid- and protein-rich food industrial wastewater by a termophilic multi-staged UASB reactor, Water Science and Technology, 45(10), 225-230, 20020401
  237. Molecular and conventional analyses of microbial diversity in mesophilic and thermophilic upflow anaerobic sludge blanket granular sludges , Water Science and Technology, 45(10), 19-25, 20020401
  238. The transient-state, multiple-species biofilm model for biofiltration processes, Water Research, 36(9), 2342-2356, 20020401
  239. Removal of indigenous coliphages ans fecal coliforms by a novel sewage treatment system consisting of UASB and DHS units, Water Science and Technology, 46(42320.0), 303-309, 20020401
  240. A super high rate thermophilic anaerobic treatment of Shochu distillery wastewater by a thermophilic multi-staged UASB reactor, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 39, 77-85, 20020401
  241. Quantification of 16S ribosome and amoA genes in the genome of Nitrosomonas by Real-Time PCR and Competitive PCR, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu G , 39, 365-373, 20020401
  242. Pelotomaculum thermopropionicum gen. nov., sp. nov., an anaerobic, thermophilic, syntrophic propionate-oxidizing bacterium, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 52(5), 1729-1735, 20020401
  243. Isolation of a Novel Thermophilic, Syntrophic Propionate-Oxidizing Bacterium from Thermophilic Methanogenic Granular Sludge : Its Physiology and Spatial Distribution in Sludge Granules , Japan journal of water pollution research , 25(9), 539-546, 20020910
  244. Microbial-ecological significance of sulfide precipitation within anaerobic granular sludge revealed by micro-electrodes study, Water Research, 35(14), 411-3417, 20010401
  245. Water pollution control policies and instruments in Asian region, Environmental Systems Research, 129, 57-68, 20010401
  246. Population dynamics of anaerobic microbial consotia in thermophilic granular sludge in response to feed composition change, Water Science and Technology, 43(1), 59-66, 20010401

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Novel wastewater treatment technology for sustainable society., International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering ICCEE 2015,, 2015/11, With Invitation