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Hirofumi Nakayama Last modified date:2017.05.25

Associate Professor / Water and Material Cycles System
Faculty of Engineering


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092-802-3434
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092-802-3432
Academic Degree
Doctor of Engineering
Field of Specialization
Environmental Systems Engineering
Outline Activities
Dr. Nakayama has been conducting following research topics.

1.Economic development and environmental issues in Asian countries
Since the adoption of reforming and opening policy, rapid industrialization and urbanization have taken place in Asian countries, accompanying the increasing generation of air and water pollutants. Development patterns and environmental conditions, however, differ significantly between regions. This study conducted a statistical analysis of regional characteristics of industrial development and air and water pollutant emission structures of cities in Asian countries. The DPSER(Driving Force-Pressure-State-Effect-Response) Model is adopted to analyze the relationships of the economic and environmental factors concerned. Then, pollutants emission structures of cities are compared between regions in which they are located, identifying the dominant characteristics of each region and demonstrating the contrast between the regions.
Dr. Nakayama participated in a project "Urban Policy Integration of Energy Related Environmental Issues in Selected Asian Mega-cities" as visiting researcher of the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) in 2002-2003.


2. Environmental accounting for assessment of urban metabolism
Based on a method of environmental accounting, this study attempted to develop of a framework that can describe efficiency of waste disposal service at municipal solid waste landfill sites. Pollutants in landfilled waste are stocked in a landfill site for a certain period. A part of stocked pollutants dissolve into the rain water as leachate flow and is gathered by leachate collection pipes to be treated. A part is decomposed by microbes and then discharged as landfill gas flow. Final disposal service have a function to isolate pollutants in the waste from a natural environment until the stocked waste stabilizes to harmless, function to treat the pollutants generated as flow. This paper proposed the frame of environmental accounting from above noted viewpoints. Then, a final disposal service in a city was evaluated as a case study.

3. Remote Sensing for Landfill Monitoring
To meet the needs of disposing of large amounts of waste discharge, large-scale landfill have been constructed in Asian mega-cities. For example, Laogang landfill is one of the largest landfill sites in China and has more than 300 ha landfill area. In such large landfill, there are high costs and much manpower involved in monitoring and managing the landfill. Moreover, present methods of landfill monitoring, which are made at several points at a frequency that seems appropriate to the investigator, has difficulties in statistically extrapolating results and deducing quantitative results for the whole area. Especially, due to the inhomogeneous properties of landfilled waste, it is difficult to understand the situation of the entire landfill by limited information acquired from point surveys. In order to solve this problem, a preliminary survey, which can provide data with spatial distribution, is required to be done before the detail point surveys. Satellite remote sensing is one method that can help to solve the above noted problems. In this study, it was employed to develop a preliminary survey method of large-scale landfill monitoring.
Research
Research Interests
  • Economic development and environmental issues in Asian countries
    keyword : East Asia, Economic decelopment, Environmental problems
    2000.03Since the adoption of reforming and opening policy, rapid industrialization and urbanization have taken place in Asian countries, accompanying the increasing generation of air and water pollutants. Development patterns and environmental conditions, however, differ significantly between regions. This study conducted a statistical analysis of regional characteristics of industrial development and air and water pollutant emission structures of cities in Asian countries. The DPSER(Driving Force-Pressure-State-Effect-Response) Model is adopted to analyze the relationships of the economic and environmental factors concerned. Then, pollutants emission structures of cities are compared between regions in which they are located, identifying the dominant characteristics of each region and demonstrating the contrast between the regions. Dr. Nakayama participated in a project "Urban Policy Integration of Energy Related Environmental Issues in Selected Asian Mega-cities" as visiting researcher of the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) in 2002-2003..
  • Environmental accounting for assessment of urban metabolism
    keyword : Urban metabolism, environmental accounting
    2005.04Based on a method of environmental accounting, this study attempted to develop of a framework that can describe efficiency of waste disposal service at municipal solid waste landfill sites. Pollutants in landfilled waste are stocked in a landfill site for a certain period. A part of stocked pollutants dissolve into the rain water as leachate flow and is gathered by leachate collection pipes to be treated. A part is decomposed by microbes and then discharged as landfill gas flow. Final disposal service have a function to isolate pollutants in the waste from a natural environment until the stocked waste stabilizes to harmless, function to treat the pollutants generated as flow. This paper proposed the frame of environmental accounting from above noted viewpoints. Then, a final disposal service in a city was evaluated as a case study..
  • Remote Sensing for Landfill Monitoring
    keyword : Waste, Landfill, Illegal dumping, Remote sensing
    2001.04To meet the needs of disposing of large amounts of waste discharge, large-scale landfill have been constructed in Asian mega-cities. For example, Laogang landfill is one of the largest landfill sites in China and has more than 300 ha landfill area. In such large landfill, there are high costs and much manpower involved in monitoring and managing the landfill. Moreover, present methods of landfill monitoring, which are made at several points at a frequency that seems appropriate to the investigator, has difficulties in statistically extrapolating results and deducing quantitative results for the whole area. Especially, due to the inhomogeneous properties of landfilled waste, it is difficult to understand the situation of the entire landfill by limited information acquired from point surveys. In order to solve this problem, a preliminary survey, which can provide data with spatial distribution, is required to be done before the detail point surveys. Satellite remote sensing is one method that can help to solve the above noted problems. In this study, it was employed to develop a preliminary survey method of large-scale landfill monitoring..
Current and Past Project
  • The East Asian countries, especially China, have achieved rapid economic growth, which currently play important roles of the demand and supply in the whole world. However, they have actually caused serious environmental destruction paralleled with the mass industrial production. Typical examples include air pollution in the Beijing and Shanghai areas and water pollution in the Chang and Yellow Rivers. Environmental destruction in China might expand air and marine pollution not only in Japan but also East Asia. In consequence, it could cause global environmental changes as “Cross-Border Pollution”.
    There is no border for the environmental problems. All we should solve these problems together, even if they are not own national issues. It is important to keep the mutually beneficial relationship among the East Asian countries. Fortunately, Japan, the neighboring country of China, has advanced environmental technologies and brilliant scientists at the world level, since we had overcome various pollutions during the high economic growth. China’s proactive role is of paramount importance. The only solution is to work together with Japan, Korea, and China.
    From this view, Kyushu University decided to organize “The East Asian Environmental Problems (EAEP) Project team” on September 2007 under the direction of Tisato Kajiyama, President, which is formed by the top-level environmental scientists in Kyushu University. Then, the 1st Kick-Off International Symposium was held in Fukuoka November in the same year; the participants from each country strongly decided to solve the environmental issues together.
  • The amount of resources and energy used in the field of "dwelling" in Japan is increasing. Environment loads are increasing markedly, so the formation of dwelling spaces that maintain affluence while considering the environment is necessary.
    The purpose of this research is to examine methods of evaluating the affluence of habitats by gaining an understanding of the current status of housing and other "dwelling"-related facilities and equipment. In concrete terms, this involves examination of targets thought necessary to an evaluation of affluence and basic investigation of accounting system construction in order to quantitatively grasp the value of "dwelling"-related facilities and the environment loads derived therefrom. The investigation is performed with the following three questions for indices in mind: (1) is there a need for the index, (2) does it maintain objectivity, and (3) are statistics available.
  • Based on a method of environmental accounting, this study attempted to develop of a framework that can describe efficiency of waste disposal service at municipal solid waste landfill sites. Pollutants in landfilled waste are stocked in a landfill site for a certain period. A part of stocked pollutants dissolve into the rain water as leachate flow and is gathered by leachate collection pipes to be treated. A part is decomposed by microbes and then discharged as landfill gas flow. Final disposal service have a function to isolate pollutants in the waste from a natural environment until the stocked waste stabilizes to harmless, function to treat the pollutants generated as flow. This paper proposed the frame of environmental accounting from above noted viewpoints. Then, a final disposal service in a city was evaluated as a case study.
  • To meet the needs of disposing of large amounts of waste discharge, large-scale landfill have been constructed in Asian mega-cities. For example, Laogang landfill is one of the largest landfill sites in China and has more than 300 ha landfill area. In such large landfill, there are high costs and much manpower involved in monitoring and managing the landfill. Moreover, present methods of landfill monitoring, which are made at several points at a frequency that seems appropriate to the investigator, has difficulties in statistically extrapolating results and deducing quantitative results for the whole area. Especially, due to the inhomogeneous properties of landfilled waste, it is difficult to understand the situation of the entire landfill by limited information acquired from point surveys. In order to solve this problem, a preliminary survey, which can provide data with spatial distribution, is required to be done before the detail point surveys. Satellite remote sensing is one method that can help to solve the above noted problems. In this study, it was employed to develop a preliminary survey method of large-scale landfill monitoring.
  • Geomembrane liner sheets can be inspected for degradation by performing destructive tests where small samples are cut from the sheets and examined using strength testing. However cutting out samples compromises the most important function of liner sheets which is to prevent water leakage and ideally should not be performed. The aim of this study is to develop an on-site non-destructive testing method to detect the degradation of geomembrane liner sheets at a landfill site using visible near-infrared (VNIR) spectroscopy. The author shows that the reflectance spectrum of a geomembrane changes at particular wavelengths after the geomembrane has been soaked in chemicals, and there is a correlation between the change of reflectance spectrum and the change of strength, stretch and weight of the geomembrane. The author also explains the mechanism of degradation of the geomembrane by using a microscope and FTIR analysis. Geomembrane degradation occurs when the plasticizer and filling material dissolves from the main body of geomembrane, causing a change in the VNIR spectrum.
  • There are possibilities on remote sensing for the use of waste management. One of them is the detection of illegal waste dumping by using satellite remote sensing images. In Japan, the amount of illegally dumped waste has been increasing due to the increase of the cost for waste treatment and lack of the capacity in landfill sites. Municipalities worry about the pollution caused by such illegal dumping and require an effective tool to detect dumped waste. Dr. Nakayama was involved in the research on detection of illegal dumping to meet this urgent need.
    The change of the reflectance pattern of EM might occur in which waste had dumped on the ground (e.g. grassland, bare land). If this change can be detected by the remote sensing sensor on the satellite platform, illegal dumping sites may be found easer than present method.
  • Since the adoption of reforming and opening policy, rapid industrialization and urbanization have taken place in Asian countries, accompanying the increasing generation of air and water pollutants. Development patterns and environmental conditions, however, differ significantly between regions. This study conducted a statistical analysis of regional characteristics of industrial development and air and water pollutant emission structures of cities in Asian countries. The DPSER(Driving Force-Pressure-State-Effect-Response) Model is adopted to analyze the relationships of the economic and environmental factors concerned. Then, pollutants emission structures of cities are compared between regions in which they are located, identifying the dominant characteristics of each region and demonstrating the contrast between the regions.
    Dr. Nakayama participated in a project "Urban Policy Integration of Energy Related Environmental Issues in Selected Asian Mega-cities" as visiting researcher of the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) in 2002-2003.
Academic Activities
Books
1. 島岡 隆行, 久場 隆広, 中山 裕文, Toshiyuki Fujita, 堀井 伸浩, Basic Studies in Environmental Knowledge, Technology, Evaluation, and Strategy: Introduction to East Asia Environmental Studies
, Springer, 2016.03.
Papers
1. Danhui Xin, Yongxia Hao, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Chai Xiaoli, Site specific diel methane emission mechanisms in landfills: A field validated process based on vegetation and climate factors
, Environmental Pollution, Volume 218, November 2016, 2016.11.
2. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Teppei Komiya, Kiminori Sakusabe, Development of Thermo-Graph Inspection for Geomembrane Seam Evaluation and its Application to Landfill Constraction
, Proceedings of 6th Asian Regional Conference on Geosynthetics - Geosynthetics for Infrastructure Development, 2016.11.
3. Asiyanthi T. Lando, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Application of Portable Gas Detector in Point and Scanning Method to Estimate Spatial Distribution of Methane Emission in Landfill
, Waste Management, Vol. 59, 2017.01.
4. Mitali Nag, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Teppei Komiya, Xiaoli Chai, Field Study of Nitrous Oxide Production with In-situ Aeration in a Closed Landfill Site, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, Vol.66, ISS.3, 2016.03.
5. Chuanfu Wu, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Teppei Komiya, Kinetics of Nitrous Oxide Production by Denitrification in Municipal Solid Waste, Chemosphere, 2015.04.
6. Asiyanthi Tabran LANDO, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Development of Laser Scanning Method for Estimation of Spatial Distribution of Methane Emission in a Landfill, Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, Vol.75, No.1, 2015.07.
7. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Kiminori Sakusabe, Katsumi Aoyama, Shigeo Ueda, DEVELOPMENT OF THERMO-GRAPH INSPECTION FOR GEOMEMBRANE SEAM EVALUATION, Proceedings of the 5th China-Japan Joint Conference for the Community Formation on Material Recycling and Waste Management, 2014.07.
8. Chuanfu Wu, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Teppei Komiya, Xiaoli Chai, Yongxia Hao, Influence of aeration modes on leachate characteristic of landfills that adopt the aerobic–anaerobic landfill method, Waste Management, 34, 1, 2014.01.
9. Hideo Koide, Hirofumi Nakayama, Economic analysis of gradual "social exhaustion" of waste management capacity, , Journal of environmental sciences (China) , 2013.12.
10. Hirofumi Nakayama, Asiyanthi Tabran Lando, Takayuki Shimaoka, Estimation of Methane Emissions in a Landfill by Using Surface Scanning Method, Proceedings of the 4th China-Japan Joint Conference for the Community Formation on Material Recycling and Waste Management, 2013.11.
11. Maryno, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Evaluation of Disaster Resilience on Waste Management in Developing Countries: A Mapping Problem Using SEM Method (Case: Earthquake-ATsunami Waste, Indonesia), Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, 2013.11.
12. Tetsuya Miyahara, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hiroaki Takayama, Shuichi Yamashita, Yuichi Ueda, Tomoakai Hachimura, Shuichi Nagaoka, Low-Altitude Remote sensing for Monitoring of Surface Temperature and Moisture Content in a Landfill Site, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, 2013.11.
13. Asiyanthi Tabran Lando, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Estimation of Spatial Variation of Methane Emission in a Landfill, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, 2013.11.
14. Maryono Maryono, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Evaluation of Disaster Resilience on Waste Management in Developing Countries, Proc. of the 12th Expert Meeting on Solid Waste Management in Asia and Pacific Island (SWAPI), 2013.02.
15. Irwan Ridwan Rahim, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Development of life cycle replacement cost methods to estimate the environmental cost of Municipal Solid Waste management in developing countries, Proc. of the 12th Expert Meeting on Solid Waste Management in Asia and Pacific Island (SWAPI), 2013.02.
16. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Mayu Takahashi, Teppei Komiya and Xiaoli Chai, MODELING OF LANDFILL GAS EMISSION THROUGH VEGETATION, Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, pp.38-41, 2012.12.
17. Irwan Ridwan RAHIM, Hirofumi NAKAYAMA and Takayuki SHIMAOKA, Economic Incentives in an Effort to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Municipal Solid Waste Sector: Case Study in Major Indonesian Cities, Proceedings of The 7th Asian Pacific Landfill Symposium 2012, OMS 5, pp.51-57, 2012.12.
18. Irwan Ridwan RAHIM, Hirofumi NAKAYAMA and Takayuki SHIMAOKA, Cost Analysis of Municipal Solid Waste Management in Major Indonesian Cities, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineering, Ser. G(Environmental Research), Vol. 68, No.6, II-79-89, 2012.10.
19. Hirofumi Nakayama, Daisuke Tsuchida and Takayuki Shimaoka, Estimation of cost reduction and increase for the final disposal associated with the categorization of inert waste landfills in Japan, Waste Management & Research, Vol.30(2), pp.190–199, 2012.02.
20. Ahou Florent Bott, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama , The status of solid waste management and challenges in Cote d'ivoire
, Waste Management, Volume 31(2011), pp.1661-1665, 2011.04.
21. Sakiyo Sawabe, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Factors Affecting Change in Final Disposal Cost of Municipal Solid Waste , Proceedings of International Symposium on Earth Science and Technology 2010, pp.547-550, 2010.12.
22. Hirofumi NAKAYAMA, Takayuki SHIMAOKA, Mayu TAKAHASHI, Xiaoli CHAI, Youcai ZHAO, Effects of Vegetation on CH4 Emissions From Landfills As a Pathway of CH4 Migration, Proceedings of the 2nd China-Japan Joint Conference for the community formation on material recycling and waste management, 73-76, 2010.09.
23. Hideo Koide, Tomoko Seiichi, Kazuki Tamura, Woojong Jung, Hirofumi Nakayama, Shintaro Matsuda and Kana Moroga, Possibility of Cooperation for a Low Carbon Society -Comparison of the Fukuoka and Busan Metropolitan Cities, Journal of Novel Carbon Resource Sciences, Volume 2, Pages 21-35, 2010.09.
24. Hirofumi NAKAYAMA, Takayuki SHIMAOKA, Mayu TAKAHASHI, Xiaoli CHAI, Youcai ZHAO, Effects of Vegetation on CH4 Emissions From Landfills As a Pathway of CH4 Migration, Proceedings of 4th International Conference of East Asia Environment Problems "EAEP2010", 89-94, 2010.09.
25. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Daisuke Tsuchida , Estimation of Reduced Expenses for the Final Disposal snd Potential Restoration Costs Associated with the Categorization of Inert Waste Landfills, Proceedings of 6th International Landfill Research Symposium, pp.139-141, 2010.06.
26. H. Nakayama, T. Shimaoka, S. Ueda, K. Aoyama, Thermo-graph inspection for geomembrane seam evaluation, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Geosynthetics, pp.1009-1012, 2010.05.
27. J. Hironaka, T. Hirai, T. Shimaoka, H. Nakayama, T. Katsumi, S. Ueda, H. Kanou, Method of evaluating the durability of geomembrane in landfill, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Geosynthetics, pp.851-854, 2010.05.
28. T. Shimaoka, H. Nakayama, T. Hirai, J. Hironaka, T. Katsumi, S. Ueda, H. Kanou, Evaluation of physical properties of aged geomembranes taken from landfill sites in Japan, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Geosynthetics, pp.809-812, 2010.05.
29. Chai Xiaoli, Lou Ziyang, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Zhu Ying, Cao Xiaoyan, Teppei Komiya, Toshio Ishizaki and Zhao Youcai,, Characteristics of environmental factors and their effects on CH4 and CO2 emissions from a closed landfill:An ecological case study of Shanghai, Waste Management, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp. 446-451, 2010.03.
30. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Teppei Komiya, Mayu Takahashi, Xiaoli Chai, Youcai Zhao, Effect of Vegetation on CH4 Emission from A Landfill Site, Proceeding of 3rd international conference of East Asia Environmental, pp.56-61, 2009.12.
31. Ahou F.Bott, Takayuki Shimaoka and Hirofumi Nakayama, Solid Waste Handling Status and Challenges in Cote D'ivoire, Proceeding of 3rd international conference of East Asia Environmental Problems, pp.76-81, 2009.12.
32. Chai Xiaoli, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hirofumi Nakayama, Zhu Ying, Cao Xianyan, Teppei Komiya, Toshio Ishizaki, and Zhao Youcai, Characteristics of environmental factors and their effects on CH4 and CH2 emissions from a closed landfil:An ecokogical case study of Shanghai, Proceeding of 3rd international conference of East Asia Environmental Problems, pp.48-49, 2009.12.
33. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka and Masahiro Osako, ASSET MANAGEMENT FOR UTILIZATION OF RECYCLABLE RESOURCES IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION, Proceedings of Sino-Japan International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, pp.26-29, 2008.08.
34. Patsaraporn Plubcharoensuk, Hirofumi Nakayama and Takayuki Shimoaka, Material Flow Analysis for Industrial Waste Management in Thailand, Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University, Vol.68, No.2, Vol.68, No.2, pp.107-127, 2008.06.
35. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka and Shigeo Ueda, Development of Thermo-graph Inspection for Geomembrane Seam Evaluation, Proceedings of the 4th Asian Regional Conference on Geosynthetics in Shanghai, pp.110-113,, 2008.06.
36. Patsaraporn PLUBCHAROENSUK, Hirofumi NAKAYAMA, Takayuki SHIMAOKA , The Analysis of Industrial Waste Flow in Thailand by Structural Decomposition Analysis
, Proceedings of 5th International Workshop on Earth Science and Technology, pp.317-324, 2007.12.
37. Patsaraporon PLUBCHAROENSUK , Hirofumi NAKAYAMA and Takayuki SHIMAOKA , Evaluation of the Industrial Waste Data Collection System in Thailand, Proceedings of 4th International Workshop on Earth Science and Technology, pp.147-154, 2006.12.
38. Patsaraporn PLUBCHAROENSUK, Hirofumi NAKAYAMA and Takayuki SHIMAOKA, Estimate of Industrial Waste Flow in Thailand, Prceedings of The Seventh International Conference on EcoBalance, pp.559-562, November, 2006.11.
39. Daisuke TSUCHIDA, Hirofumi NAKAYAMA and Takayuki SHIMAOKA, Estimation of Benefit and Cost associated with the Use of Inert Waste Landfills, Prceedings of The Seventh International Conference on EcoBalance, pp.795-798, 2006.11.
40. APPLICABLITY OF NDVI ON ESTIMATE OF STABILIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE LANDFILL.
41. Komiya , T., Nakayama , H . & Shimaoka , T., Non-destructive test for geomembranes by visible near-infrared spectroscopy, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Geosynthetics, 373-377, 2006.09.
42. Nakayama , H., Shimaoka , T. & Komiya , T ., Estimate of thermal stress of geomembrane using a thermal infrared imaging device, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Geosynthetics, 387-394, 2006.09.
43. Ryo Fujikura, Shinji Kaneko, Hirofumi Nakayama and Naoya Sawazu, Coverage and Reliability of Chinese Statistics regarding Sulfur Dioxide Emissions during the Late-1990s, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 2006.01.
Presentations
1. Hirofumi Nakayama, Tetsuya Miyahara, Takayuki Shimaoka, Ryoichi Furuta, Ichiro Hiura, AERIAL MONITORING OF LANDFILLS AND TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE SITES WITH DRONE/ BALLOON, The 7th China-Japan Joint Conference on Material Recycling and Waste Management, 2016.07.18.
2. Khalil Ahmad Sahil, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Current Waste Management System in Afghanistan, 平成28年度土木学会西部支部研究発表会, 2017.03.04.
3. Hirofumi Nakayama, Tetsuya Miyahara, Takayuki Shimaoka, Ryoichi Furuta, Ichiro Hiura, AERIAL MONITORING OF LANDFILLS AND TEMPORARY WASTE STORAGE SITES WITH DRONE/ BALLOON, The 7th RMUTP International Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development: Challenges towards the green innovative society, 2016.06.23.
4. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Teppei Komiya, Kiminori Sakusabe, DEVELOPMENT OF THERMO-GRAPH INSPECTION FOR GEOMEMBRANE SEAM EVALUATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO LANDFILL CONSTRACTION, 6th Asian Regional Conference on Geosynthetics, 2016.11.08.
5. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Study on factors influencing price of industrial waste treatment and disposal in Japan, The Joint Socio-Economic Metabolism conference and Asia-Pacific conference of the International Society for Industrial Ecology, 2016.09.30.
6. Asiyanthi Tabran Lando, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Surface Scanning Method in Estimating Methane Emission in A Landfill, International Symposium on Earth Science and Technoplogy, 2014.12.04.
7. Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Kiminori Sakusabe, Katsumi Aoyama, Shigeo Ueda, DEVELOPMENT OF THERMO-GRAPH INSPECTION FOR GEOMEMBRANE SEAM EVALUATION
, 5th China-Japan Joint Conference for the Community Formation on Material Recycling and Waste Managemen, 2014.07.14.
8. Asiyanthi Tabran Lando, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Estimation of Spatial Variation of Methane Emission in a Landfill, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, 2013.11.13.
9. Maryono, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Evaluation of Disaster Resilience on Waste Management in Developing Countries: A Mapping Problem Using SEM Method, Case: Earthquake-ATsunami Waste, Indonesia, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, 2013.11.13.
10. Tetsuya Miyahara, Hirofumi Nakayama, Takayuki Shimaoka, Hiroaki Takayama, Low-Altitude Remote sensing for Monitoring of Surface Temperature and Moisture Content in a Landfill Site, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on the East Asian Environmental Problems, 2013.11.13.
11. Hirofumi Nakayama, Asiyanthi Tabran Lando, Takayuki Shimaoka, Estimation of Methane Emissions in a Landfill by Using Surface Scanning Method, The 4th China-Japan Joint Conference for the Community Formation on Material Recycling and Waste Management, 2013.11.22.
12. Maryono, 中山 裕文, 島岡 隆行, Disaster Waste Management and Environmental Status in Developing Countries: Case of Indonesian
Major Disasters, 第41回環境システム研究論文発表会, 2013.10.19.
13. Asiyanthi Tabran Lando, 中山 裕文, 島岡 隆行, Estimation of Methane Emission in a Landfill using Pole Method, 第41回環境システム研究論文発表会, 2013.10.19.
14. Maryono Maryono, 中山 裕文, 島岡 隆行, 大嶺 聖, Bangkok Thailand 2011 flooding waste management, 第23回廃棄物資源循環学会研究発表会, 2012.10.23.
15. ASSET MANAGEMENT FOR UTILIZATION OF RECYCLABLE RESOURCES IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION.
16. Development of Thermo-graph Inspection for Geomembrane Seam Evaluation,.
17. Environmental Accounting of Landfill Site .
18. The Analysis of Industrial Waste Flow in Thailand by Structural Decomposition Analysis .
19. Basic Investigation of Accounting System Construction for Sustainable Habitats.
20. Estimate of thermal stress of geomembrane using a thermal infrared imaging device.
Educational
Other Educational Activities
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