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Michihiko Nakano Last modified date:2021.05.14

Associate Professor / Applied Energy Engineering / Department of Electrical Engineering / Faculty of Information Science and Electrical Engineering


Papers
1. Michihiko Nakano, Masafumi Inaba, Junya Suehiro, Rapid and low-cost amplicon visualization for nucleic acid amplification tests using magnetic microbeads, ANALYST, 10.1039/d0an02349c, 2021.03.
2. M. Inaba, M. Kono, T. Oda, N. Phansiri, M. Nakano, J. Suehiro, Response properties of nitrogen dioxide gas sensors with tin oxide decorated carbon nanotube channel fabricated by two-step dielectrophoretic assembly, AIP ADVANCES, 10.1063/5.0008188, 10, 5, 2020.05.
3. M. Inaba, S. Hayashi, H. Li, M. Kamimura, M. Nakano, J. Suehiro, Dielectrophoretic properties of submicron diamond particles in sodium chloride aqueous solution, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS, 59, 4, 2020.04.
4. Masafumi Inaba, Shohei Hayashi, Henan Li, Mikoto Kamimura, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Dielectrophoretic properties of submicron diamond particles in sodium chloride aqueous solution, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 10.35848/1347-4065/ab7baf, 59, 4, 2020.04, Dielectrophoretic (DEP) manipulation of a diamond particle has potential application in the detection of DNA or other bio-molecules. We investigate the fundamental DEP and surface properties of submicron diamond particles. Diamond particles were dispersed in a NaCl solution and dropped on a castle-walled electrode. An AC electric field was applied to determine the DEP crossover frequency as a function of the solution conductivity. The surface conductance of the diamond particles was then evaluated from the parametrical fitting of the crossover frequencies. The diamond surface layer was shown to exhibit a rather high conductance, although bulk diamond is insulative..
5. M. Nakano, Z. Ding, M. Inaba, J. Suehiro, DNA-induced changes in traveling wave dielectrophoresis velocity of microparticles, AIP ADVANCES, 10.1063/1.5129725, 10, 1, 2020.01.
6. NisarutPhansiri, Daichi Maenosono, Masafumi Inaba, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Hidefumi Sato, Detection of Decomposition Products of CF₄/SF₆ Gas Mixture Generated by Partial Discharge Using a SnO₂ Gas Sensor Fabricated by Dielectrophoresis, 電気学会研究会資料. HV = The papers of technical meeting on high voltage engineering, IEE Japan, 2020, 51, 59-63, 2020.01.
7. Nisarut Phansiri, Daichi Maenosono, Takumi Furumoto, Hidefumi Sato, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Detection of CF4 Gas Using a Nanomaterial-Based Gas Sensor Fabricated by Dielectrophoresis, 21st International Symposium on High Voltage Engineering, ISH 2019 Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on High Voltage Engineering - Volume 1, 10.1007/978-3-030-31676-1_46, 481-488, 2020, Partial and arc discharge in gas insulated switchgear (GIS), such as a switching component or circuit breaker, can lead decomposition gas generation of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6), which is generally used as an electrical insulation medium. The authors had demonstrated that SF6 decomposition products, such as HF, SO2, SOF2, can be detected by using a carbon nanotube (CNT) gas sensor, which was fabricated by dielectrophoresis. In this study, we selected carbon tetrafluoride (CF4) as a target decomposition gas to be detected by nanomaterial-based gas sensors. Because CF4 is hard to be removed by using a molecular sieve or absorbent, the decomposition product accumulates in a long time and can be used for GIS diagnosis. Three kinds of semiconducting nanomaterial, carbon nanotube, SnO2 nanoparticle, ZnO nanowires, were integrated on a microelectrode by dielectrophoresis respectively to fabricate a gas sensor. It was found that SnO2 gas sensor showed the highest response to CF4 gas at 1% concentration in SF6. The conductance of the SnO2 sensor gradually decreased with elapsed time after exposure to the CF4 gas depending on the operating temperature..
8. I. Myojo, M. Nakano, J. Suehiro, T. Iwaya, Y. Ishida, Electric field-induced alignment of thermal conductive filler in acrylic polymer for enhanced thermal conductivity, 18th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM 2018 ECCM 2018 - 18th European Conference on Composite Materials, 2020, A recent trend in the integration of electric power devices has caused problems of heat management because of high heat generation from the device. Therefore, studies of new materials having high thermal conductivity have been motivated. Polymer-based composites have been paid attention because of its flexibility and energy-saving productivity. In this study, nitride fillers, which have excellent thermal conductivity and electric insulating property, were used as a component of the polymer-based composites. To achieve high thermal diffusion with a small fraction of the fillers, the fillers were aligned by an electric field. Aluminum nitride (AlN) or boron nitride (BN) particles were dispersed in an acrylic polymer. An array of wire electrodes was used to form widely spread electric field. In-plane and through-plane alignment were carried out with varying arrangements of the electrode arrays. Thermal diffusivity in-plane direction of the AlN and BN composites increased about 1.2- and 1.7-fold by aligning the fillers as comparing with those without the alignment, respectively. To align the filler in through-plane detection, several kinds of the electrode arrangements were examined. As the best result, the through-plane thermal diffusivity of the aligned AlN composites became 30-fold compared to that without the alignment..
9. M. Nakano, Z. Ding, K. Matsuda, J. Xu, M. Inaba, J. Suehiro, Simple microfluidic device for detecting the negative dielectrophoresis of DNA labeled microbeads, BIOMICROFLUIDICS, 10.1063/1.5124419, 13, 6, 2019.11.
10. Michihiko Nakano, Sumit Kalsi, Hywel Morgan, Fast and sensitive isothermal DNA assay using microbead dielectrophoresis for detection of anti-microbial resistance genes, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 10.1016/j.bios.2018.06.063, 117, 583-589, 2018.10.
11. M. Nakano, Z. Ding, J. Suehiro, Frequency-dependent conductance change of dielectrhophoretic-trapped DNA-labeled microbeads and its application in DNA size determinations, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 10.1007/s10404-018-2051-7, 22, 26, 2018.03.
12. Michihiko Nakano, Zhenhao Ding, Junya Suehiro, Comparison of Sensitivity and Quantitation between Microbead Dielectrophoresis-Based DNA Detection and Real-Time PCR, Biosensors, 10.3390/bios7040044, 7, 4, 44, 2017.09.
13. Zhenhao Ding, Hiromichi Kasahara, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Bacterial detection based on polymerase chain reaction and microbead dielectrophoresis characteristics, IET NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY, 10.1049/iet-nbt.2016.0186, 11, 5, 562-567, 2017.08.
14. Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Time-resolved imaging of the electrical breakdown of planar microelectrode gap in atmospheric air, JOURNAL OF ELECTROSTATICS, 10.1016/j.elstat.2017.04.010, 87, 167-172, 2017.06.
15. Yoshihiko Obana, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Breakup of Carbon Nanotube Aggregates under High Electric Field and its Application to Nanocomposite Film, PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2016 IEEE REGION 10 CONFERENCE (TENCON), 3045-3048, 2016.10.
16. Hiroki Hayashi, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Detection of Acetylene Dissolved in Insulation Oil Using Pt-decorated ZnO Gas Sensor, PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2016 IEEE REGION 10 CONFERENCE (TENCON), 1485-1488, 2016.10.
17. Shota Inoue, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Dielectrophoretic Modification of Carbon Nanotube with ZnO Nanoparticles for NO2 Gas Sensing, PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2016 IEEE REGION 10 CONFERENCE (TENCON), 3054-3057, 2016.10.
18. Michihiko Nakano, Zhenhao Ding, Hiromichi Kasahara, Junya Suehiro, Rapid microbead-based DNA detection using dielectrophoresis and impedance measurement, EPL, 10.1209/0295-5075/108/28003, 108, 2, 2014.10.
19. Ryo Hamada, Hiroyuki Takayama, Yasuhiko Shonishi, Lina Mao, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, A rapid bacteria detection technique utilizing impedance measurement combined with positive and negative dielectrophoresis, Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical, 10.1016/j.snb.2013.02.030, 181, 439-446, 2013.05.
20. Michihiko Nakano, Keita Murofuchi, Satoshi Watabe, Toshiya Ohta, Development of an Anti-Norovirus Single-Chain Fv for Immunochromatographic Test Kit, Journal of the Association for Rapid Method and Automation in Microbiology, 23, 2, 69-73, 2013.03.
21. Yu Kitamura, Hiroaki Tone, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Fabrication of a large-scale conductive composite film containing electrically aligned carbon nanotubes, Advanced Materials Research: Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 513-518, 2013.02.
22. Takafumi Hisajima, Lina Mao, Kenta Shinzato, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Three demensional bacteria concentration by negative dielectrophoresis, Advanced Materials Research: Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 251-256, 2013.02.
23. Michihiko Nakano, Takafumi Hisajima, Lina Mao, Junya Suehiro, Electrical detection of norovirus capsid using dielectrophoretic impedance measurement method, Proceedings of IEEE Sensors, 10.1109/ICSENS.2012.6411163, 469-472, 2012.10.
24. Michihiko Nakano, Ryo Hamada, Hiroyuki Takayama, Yasuhiko Shonishi, Takafumi Hisajima, Lina Mao, Junya Suehiro, Pretreatment of cell membranes for improved electropermeabilization-assisted dielectrophoretic impedance measurement, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2012.07.
25. Yul Martin, Zhenyu Li, Takuya Tsutsumi, Ryuta Shou, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Shinya Ohtsuka, Detection of SF6 Decomposition Products Generated by DC Corona Discharge Using a Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensor, IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 19, 2, 671-676, 676, 2012.04.
26. Michihiko Nakano, Masahiro Fujioka, Kaori Mai, Hideaki Watanabe, Yul Martin, and Junya Suehiro, Dielectrophoretic Assembly of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes Separated and Enriched by Spin Column Chromatography and Its Application to Gas Sensing, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 51, 045102, 2012.03.
27. Ryuta Shou, Kazuhoshi Hata, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Chemical detection of SF6 decomposition products generated by AC and DC corona discharge using a carbon nanotube gas sensor, Advanced Materials Research: Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 909-914, 2012.02.
28. Hideaki Watanabe, Hiroki Komure, Michihiko Nakano, Junya Suehiro, Solution-based fabrication of carbon nanotube gas sensor by using dielectrophoresis and spin-column chromatography, Advanced Materials Research: Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 915-920, 2012.02.
29. W. Sun, H. Tomita, S. Hasegawa, Y. Kitamura, M. Nakano, and J. Suehiro., An array of interdigitated parallel wire electrodes for preparing a large-scale nanocomposite lm with aligned carbon nanotubes, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 44, 445303, 2011.10.
30. R. Hamada, J. Suehiro, M. Nakano, T. Kukutani, and K. Konishi., Development of rapid oral bacteria detection apparatus based on dielectrophoretic impedance measurement method., IET Nanobiotechnology, 5, 2, 25-31, 2011.06.
31. R. Hamada, H. Takayama, Y. Shonishi, T. Hisajima, L. Mao, M. Nakano, and J. Suehiro., Improvement of dielectrophoretic impedance measurement method by bacterial concentration utilizing negative dielectrophoresis., Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 307, 012031, 2011.03.
32. Adamiak K, Nakano M and Mizuno A, Electrohydrodynamic flow in optoelectrostatic micropump: experiment versus numerical simulation, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 45, 615-622, 2009.03.
33. Nakano M and Mizuno A, Application of a flow generated by IR laser and AC electric field in micropumping and micromixing, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 142, 012021, 2009.01.
34. Abdel-Salam M, Nakano M and Mizuno A, Culturing of cells as influenced by exposure to AC and DC fields, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 142, 012051, 2009.01.
35. Abdel-Salam M, Nakano M and Mizuno A, Electric wind in coaxial gap configurations, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 142, 012020, 2009.01.
36. Rahman M, Tanino M, Hashimoto M, Nakano M, Yasuda H, Takashima K and Mizuno A, Fundamental study on quasi-real-time detection of airborne bio-particles using discharge plasma, Thin Solid Films, 516, 6699-6703, 2008.08.
37. Kurita H, Inaishi K, Torii K, Uris M, Nakano M, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Real-time direct observation of single-molecule DNA hydrolysis by exonuclease III, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 25, 473-480, 2008.04.
38. Nakano M, Takashima K, Katusra S and Mizuno A, Development of contactless emulsification method using electrostatic phenomena for biological application, Journal of Electrostatics, 66, 45-50, 2008.01.
39. Abdel-Salam M, Nakano M and Mizuno A, Electric fields and corona currents in needle-to-meshed plate gaps., Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 40, 3362-3370, 2007.06.
40. Hashimoto M, Rahman M, Tanino M, Nakano M, Yasuda H, Takashima K and Mizuno A, Cell destruction by dielectric barrier discharge for real-time monitoring of bio-particles, International Journal of Plasma Environment Science & Technology, 1, 146-150, 2007.05.
41. Abdel-Salam M, Nakano M and Mizuno A, Corona-induced pressures, potentials, fields and currents in electrostatic precipitator configurations, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 40, 1919-1926, 2007.04.
42. Nakano M, Katsura S, Touchard G G, Takashima K and Mizuno A, Development of an optoelectrostatic micropump using a focused laser beam in a high-frequency electric field, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 43, 232-237, 2007.01.
43. Tsuji H, Nakano M, Hashimoto M, Takashima K, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Electrospinning of poly(lactic acid) stereocomplex nanofibers, Biomacromolecules, 7, 3316-20, 2006.12.
44. Nakano M, Kurita H, Komatsu J, Mizuno A and Katsura S, Stretching of long DNA molecules in the microvortex induced by laser and ac electric field, Applied Physics Letters, 89, 133901, 2006.09.
45. Nakano M, Takashima K, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Electrostatic Water Droplet Formation in Oil in Microchannel System, Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan, 38, 918-921, 2005.11.
46. Komatsu J, Nakano M, Kurita H, Takashima K, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Recovery of intact yeast chromosomal DNA from agarose gel plugs using coil-globule transition, Electrophoresis, 26, 4296-4303, 2005.11.
47. Nakano M, Komatsu J, Kurita H, Yasuda H, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Adaptor polymerase chain reaction for single molecule amplification, Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 100, 216-218, 2005.08.
48. Nakano M, Nakai N, Kurita H, Komatsu J, Takashima K, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Single-molecule reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction using water-in-oil emulsion, Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 99, 293-295, 2005.03.
49. Komatsu J, Nakano M, Kurita H, Takashima T, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Ice-water interface migration by temperature controlling for stretching of DNA molecules, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 22, 331-337, 2004.12.
50. Nakano M, Komatsu J, Matsuura S, Takashima K, Katsura S and Mizuno A, Single-molecule PCR using water-in-oil emulsion, Journal of Biotechnology, 102, 117-124, 2003.04.
51. Matsuura S, Kurita H, Nakano M, Komatsu J, Takashima K, Katsura S and Mizuno A, One-end immobilization of individual DNA molecules on a functional hydrophobic glass surface, Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 20, 429-436, 2002.12.