Name Takeshi Fukuma
Degree Doctor of Engineering
Affiliation Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Graduate School of Natural Science
and Technology, Kanazawa University
Position Professor
Address Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Kanazawa University
Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa 920-1192, Japan
TEL +81-76-234-4847
FAX +81-76-234-4632
E-mail



Educational Background
Mar. 1999 Bachelor of Engineering
Department of Electronic Science and Engineering
Kyoto University
Sep. 2000 Master of Engineering
Department of Electronic Science and Engineering
Kyoto University
Mar. 2003 Doctor of Engineering
Department of Electronic Science and Engineering
Kyoto University



Professional Experience
Apr. 2001 to Mar. 2003 Research Fellow
of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (DC1)
Apr. 2003 to Mar. 2004 Research Fellow
of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (PD)
Apr. 2004 to Mar. 2005 Research Fellow
of 21st Century Center of Excellence Project, Kyoto University
Apr. 2005 to Apr. 2007 Senior Scientist
Trinity College Dublin
May.2007 to Mar. 2014 Associate Professor
Frontier Science Organization, Kanazawa University
Apr. 2014 Professor
Division of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Graduate School of Natural Science
and Technology, Kanazawa University

Research Awards
Sep. 2004 Young Scientist Award for the Presentation of an Excellent Paper
Japan Society of Applied Physics
“Dynamic Force Microscopy at Higher Cantilever Resonance Frequencies using Laser Power Modulation Technique”
Jul. 2005 Nano-probe Technology Incentive Award
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
167th Committee on Nano-probe Technology
“High-Resolution FM-AFM Imaging in Air and Liquids”
Mar. 2008 Takagi award
The Society of Non-traditional Technology
Bio-Nanotechnology Forum
“Molecular-scale imaging at the interface between lipid bilayer and physiological solution using liquid-environment atomic force microscopy”
Dec. 2008 The 4th Incentive Award for Young Scientist
Biophysical Society of Japan
“Molecular-scale imaging of hydration layers formed on a model biological membrane by frequency modulation atomic force microscopy”
15 Jan. 2010 19th MRS-J Academic Symposium Incentive Award
Materials Research Society of Japan
“Frequwncy Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy for Visualizing Nanobio-Interfaces”
11 Apr., 2011

The Young Scientists’Prize

The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
"Study on atomic-scale imaging techniques for phenomena at nanobio interfaces"