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Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
- PhD, Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
- MS, Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
- BS, Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
Dr. Daisuke Minakata obtained B.S. and M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Kyoto University, Japan in 2002 and 2005, respectively. He obtained Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Georgia Tech in 2010. Dr.Minakata worked as a research engineer at the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable System at Georgia Tech for 3 and half years. Then, Dr. Minakata became an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan Tech in 2013.
Dr. Minakata's research interests include development of computational tools for various water and wastewater treatment technologies, innovative water treatment technologies, and sustainable energy harvesting technologies. His teaching interests include principles of physical chemical water and wastewater treatment processes, environmental process and design, computational environmental engineering. Dr. Minakata has published numerous peer-reviewed paper in Environmental Science and Technology, Water Research, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Applied Catalysis, etc.
Links of Interest
- Physical-Chemical Treatment Processes
- Environmental Process and Design
- Computational Environmental Engineering and Chemistry
- Sustainable water and wastewater treatment and management
- Development of assessing and predicting tools for water treatment technologies
- Innovative water and wastewater treatment technologies for energy saving and harvesting
- Systematic and integrated understanding of water and wastewater reuse
- Application of computational chemistry and molecular modeling