The following studies will be presented at the UCL-TU Joint Webinar on Environmental Water Quality (Nov. 7, 2023, online. →FINISHED Predictive modeling of virus disinfection in wastewater reclamation Daisuke Sano Utilizaing satellite remote sensing data for forecasting algal bloom in a small reservoir Yohei Miura
Resource recovery technologies as microbial risk barriers: towards safe use of excreta in agriculture based on hazard analysis and critical control point
The following paper was accepted by Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. Resource recovery technologies as microbial risk barriers: towards safe use of excreta in agriculture based on hazard analysis and critical control point Wakana Oishi, Björn Vinnerås, Daisuke Sano Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 2023 DOI: 10.1039/D2EW00832G
COVID-19 case prediction via wastewater surveillance in a low-prevalence urban community: a modeling approach
Our work with regards to COVID-19 case prediction using wastewater surveillance results has been published in Journal of Water and Health: COVID-19 case prediction via wastewater surveillance in a low-prevalence urban community: a modeling approach Yifan Zhu; Wakana Oishi; Chikako Maruo; Sewwandi Bandara; Mu Lin; Mayuko Saito; Masaaki Kitajima; Daisuke Sano J Water Health (2022) 20 (2): 459–470.
New article of Yifan Zhu (PhD student) has been published in Water Research. OPEN ACCESS!!! Virus removal by membrane bioreactors: A review of mechanism investigation and modeling efforts Yifan Zhu, Rong Chen, Yu-You Li, Daisuke Sano Water Research Backgrounds: Waterborne enteric viruses in wastewater pose a serious threat to public health, to keep up with the increasing demand for water…
New article of Syun-suke Kadoya (PhD student) has been published in ESWRT. OPEN ACCESS!!! Regularized Regression Analysis for the Prediction of Virus Inactivation Efficiency by Chloramine Disinfection Syun-suke Kadoya, Osamu Nishimura, Hiroyuki Kato and Daisuke Sano Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, accepted.
New article of Wakana Oishi (PhD student) has been published in JEMA. Inactivation kinetics modeling of Escherichia coli in concentrated urine for implementing predictive environmental microbiology in sanitation safety planning Wakana Oishi, Ikuo Kato, Nowaki Hijikata, Ken Ushijima, Ryusei Ito, Naoyuki Funamizu, Osamu Nishimura, Daisuke Sano Journal of Environmental Management, August 2020, 268, 110672. ABSTRACT Urine concentration (condensation) leads to…
New article of Syun-suke Kadoya (PhD student) has been published in JVI. OPEN ACCESS!!! Bottleneck Size-Dependent Changes in the Genetic Diversity and Specific Growth Rate of a Rotavirus A Strain Syun-suke Kadoya, Syun-ichi Urayama, Takuro Nunoura, Miho Hirai, Yoshihiro Takaki, Masaaki Kitajima, Toyoko Nakagomi, Osamu Nakagomi, Satoshi Okabe, Osamu Nishimura and Daisuke Sano Journal of Virology, May 2020, Volume 94,…
Sital Uprety, a special research student from University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign will give us a talk with regards to his PhD work as follow: Data and Time: March 20th, 16:30 Location：Tohoku University, Aobayama East Campus, F01, 309 講演タイトル：Influence of natural conditions and anthropogenic factors on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) →FINISHED
Our work with regards to the prediction of pathogen concentration in water has been accepted by Journal of Water and Health
Our work with regards to the prediction of pathogen concentration in water has been accepted by Journal of Water and Health. In this study, the prediction accuracy is improved by sign-constrained linear regression, a new statistical approach. Sign-constrained linear regression for prediction of microbe concentration based on water quality datasets Tsuyoshi Kato, Ayano Kobayashi, Wakana Oishi, Syun-suke Kadoya, Satoshi Okabe, Naoya…
A review paper by Amarasiri and Sano with regards to the specific interaction of human noroviruses with environmental substances has been appeared by Viruses. Specific interactions between human norovirus and environmental matrices: Effects on the virus ecology Mohan Amarasiri and Daisuke Sano Viruses, 11(3), 224.
The following study was accepted by Water Science and Technology. Specific interactions of rotavirus HAL1166 with Enterobacter cloacae SENG-6 and their contribution on rotavirus HAL1166 removal Mohan Amarasiri, Hiroki Kawai, Masaaki Kitajima, Satoshi Okabe, Daisuke Sano Water Science and Technology, accepted.
The following work has been accepted by Journal of Visualized Experiments Assays for specific growth rate and cell-binding ability of rotavirus Syun-suke Kadoya, Daisuke Sano Journal of Visualized Experiments, accepted.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology, July 2018 vol. 84 no. 13 e00244-18. Andri Taruna Rachmadi, Masaaki Kitajima, Kozo Watanabe, Sakiko Yaegashi, Joeselle Serrana, Arata Nakamura, Toyoko Nakagomi, Osamu Nakagomi, Kazuhiko Katayama, Satoshi Okabe and Daisuke Sano http://aem.asm.org/content/84/13/e00244-18.abstract
- IWA Conference on Water & Wastewater Management, with special focus on Developing Countries 11/24/2023
- UCL-TU Joint Webinar on Environmental Water Quality 11/06/2023
- CESE-2023 11/05/2023
- 2nd Aquatic Science Internationial Conference (Sep. 28-29, 2023) 09/29/2023
- The 70th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Virology 09/21/2023