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Kazuya kanasugi

Name Kazuya kanasugi
Position Associate Professor
Degree(s) Doctor of Philosophy
Main Subjects Electromagnetics and Practice I
Sensor technology
Introduction to Tokyo Denki University
Kazuya kanasugi
Specialty Plasma Process Engineering
Field of Research Plasma surface modification
Plasma-activated bonding
Development of functional multi-layered materials
Academic Society The Japan Society of Applied Physics
The Institute of Electrostatics Japan
The Society of Packaging Science & Technology, Japan
Japan new diamond forum
Short Curriculum Vitae Mar. 2009 : Master of Engineering, Tokyo Denki Univ.
Apr. 2009 : Engineering Development Center, Toray Industries, Inc.
Apr. 2024 : Associate Professor, Tokyo Denki Univ.
Mail kazuya.kanasugi@mail.dendai.ac.jp

Selected Papers

  • A. Alanazi, K. Kanasugi, H. Eguchi, Y. Manome Y. Ohgoe, K. Hirakuri, Relationship between Osteoblast Proliferation and the Surface Properties of Polymer like Carbon Films Deposited at Different Ar/CH4 Mixed Gas Ratios in the Radio Frequency Pla sma CVD Process. Coatings 2023, 13, 983.
  • K. Kanasugi, K. Arimura, A. Alanazi, Y. Ohgoe, Y. Manome, M. Hiratsuka, K. Hirakuri, UVSterilization Effects and Osteoblast Proliferation on Amorphous Carbon Films Classified Basedon Optical Constant s. Bioenginee ring 2022, 9, 505.
  • K. Kanasugi, H. Eguchi, Y. Ohgoe, Y. Manome, A. Alanazi, K. Hirakuri, Correlation of CellProliferation with Surface Properties of Polymer like Carbon Films of Different ThicknessesPrepared by a Radio Frequency Plasma CVD Pro cess. Mater ials 2022, 15, 4466.
  • Kazuya Kanasugi , Yasuharu Ohgoe, Masanori Hiratsuka, Hideki Nakamori, Akihiko Homma,Kenji Hirakuri Classification of DLC films for cell proliferation based on optical constantsDiamond and Related Materials 113 (2021)108266.
  • K. Kanasugi, Y. Ohgoe, K. K. Hirakuri and Y. Fukui, Cytocompatibi lity of modified a C:Hfilm deposited on complicated polymeric medical apparatus , Journal of applied physics Vol.105 No. 9, 094702 1 5, 2009.

Laboratory Introduction

In our laboratory, we are investigating plasma surface processing (thin film deposition, surface modification, and bonding) for various materials in order to develop new materials.

Plasma Prosess Laboratory

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