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Date: 23 May 2017
Kiyoshi Toko  

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Kiyoshi Toko Kiyoshi Toko, Professor at the Graduate School/Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University

Professor

Dept. Electronic Device Engineering,
Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering,
Kyushu University

Toko and Hayashi laboratory
744 Motooka, Fukuoka 819-0395 JAPAN
wwwadm@belab.ed.kyushu-u.ac.jp
Tel:+81 92-802-3762 Fax:+81 92-802-3770
http://ultrabio.ed.kyushu-u.ac.jp/

Department of Electronics
Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering Research Interests Current and Past Project Academic Activities Books Papers Reports Presentations    

Graduate School

Department of Systems Life Sciences
Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences Department of Electronics
Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering

Undergraduate School

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
School of Engineering

Other Organization

Kyushu University KANSEI Center for Arts and Science

Administration Post

Others

E-Mail : toko@ed.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Homepage

http://ultrabio.ed.kyushu-u.ac.jp/.

Phone

092-802-3748

Fax

092-802-3770

Academic Degree

Doctor of Engineering

Field of Specialization

Taste Sensor, Smell Sensor, Self-organization

Research

Research Interests

  • We study a mecanizum where the macro system is constracted from many kinds of maicro events. The result has been used for development of taste and smell sensors.
  • We develop a highly sensitive smell sensor, which can replace the dog's nose, to detect a land mine.
  • We developed a taste sensor which can measure the taste of foods. A Venture company to develop and sell the taste sensor was built up two years ago.

Current and Past Project

  • We develop next generation human interface.
  • Explosive molecules, which are leaking from a landmine, may have extremely low concentrations in the soil or air. In the present study, we aim at the development of a highly sensitive biosensor to detect explosive molecules for landmine detection. We try to realize the biosensor using an SPR (Surface Plasmon Resonance) sensor and antigen-antibody reaction.

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