Nagoya University Global COE Program: From Earth System Science to Basic and Clinical Environmental Studies

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Ippei MARUYAMA

Name Ippei MARUYAMA Ippei MARUYAMA
Position, Department Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Engineering and Architecture, Graduate School of Environmental Studies
Office Room 580, Graduate School of Engineering, Buliding 3
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Research Keywords Architectural Materials, Concrete Engineering, Thermal Dynamics in Porous Materials, Cement Chemistry

Message

My research will look at the development of Basic and Clinical Environmental Studies from the perspective of architectural structures including homes and offices, and the construction and maintenance of social infrastructure.

Research Themes

  • Elucidation of concrete structure deterioration mechanisms
  • Development of models to predict course of life of concrete structures
  • Research on materials utilization in structures that can contribute to resources saving
  • Research on the practical application of ultra high-strength, high-durability concrete
  • Research on the elucidation of architectural materials deterioration mechanisms

Biography

2005 - 2009 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Environment Studies, Nagoya University
2003 - 2005 Research Associate, Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University Assistant
1998 - 2003 Doctor of Engineering, Department of Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Papers & Publications

  • I. Maruyama, N. Kishi. Shrinking Reducing Agent Mechanism, J. Struct. Constr. Eng., AIJ, Vol. 74,No. 645, pp. 1895-1903, 2009.11 (in Japanese)
  • I. Maruyama, N. Kishi. Theory of Shrinkage of Hardened Cement Paste, J. Struct. Constr. Eng., AIJ, Vol. 74,No. 642, pp.1395-1403, 2009.8 (in Japanese)
  • I. Maruyama, M. Kanematsu, T. Ngouchi, H. Iikura, A. Teramoto, H. Hayano, Evaluation of water transfer from saturated lightweight aggregate to cement paste matrix by neutron radiography, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, Vol 605, pp. 159-162, 2009
  • I. Maruyama, Sato Y. Micro-Cracking Around Deformed Reinforcing Bar in Ultra High-Strength Reinforced Concrete Member, J. Struct. Constr. Eng., AIJ, No. 72, Vol. 617, pp. 1-7, 2007.7 (in Japanese)
  • Co-authored: Reinforced Concrete Structure: A Guide, Rikoh Tosho, 2009.9.28 (in Japanese)
  • Co-authored: A Guide to Architectural Materials: From Selection to Construction, Rikoh Tosho, 2009.4.22 (in Japanese)
  • Co-authored: Architectural Institute of Japan: Recommendations for Practice of Thermal Cracking Control of Massive Concrete in Buildings, Maruzen Co., Ltd., 2008.2 (in Japanese)
  • Co-authored: Architectural Institute of Japan: Recommendations for Practice of Crack Control in Reinforced Concrete Buildings (Design and Construction), Maruzen Co., Ltd., 2006.2 (in Japanese)

Lecture Courses Taught

Start-up Seminar on Basic Environmental Studies 2

Prizes

May 21 2009 Paper Awards, Japan Cement Association
Aug 29 2007 Encouragement Award, Architectural Institute of Japan (sole awardee)
-- Hydration Model of Portland Cement
Nov 8 2006 Best Concrete Technology Award, Asian Concrete Federation (joint awardee, 5 collaborators)
May 19 2006 Award for Promising Research, Japan Concrete Institute
Jun 3 2006 Yamada Prize, The Maeda Engineering Foundation (sole awardee)
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