Assistant Professor Department of Environmental Science & Engineering Yamaguchi University, Japan
Dr. Suzuki has been on the faculty of the department of Environmental Science and Engineering at Yamaguchi University since 2010. Prior to joining the faculty, he was a Ph.D. course research assistant at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and worked on the project aimed at elucidating water/pollutant peameation mechanisms through reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes. Dr. Suzuki is now a member of Dr. Niinae’s research group and their research group has research interests in various mechanistic aspects controlling the fate of water/soil pollutants in both engineered treatment processes and natural systems. Dr. Suzuki is a member of the International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISDS). He joined IJDS editorial board since 2012.
Suzuki, T., Nakamura, A., Niinae, M., Nakata, H., Fujii, H., & Tasaka, Y. (2013). Lead immobilization in artificially contaminated kaolinite using magnesium oxide-based materials: Immobilization mechanisms and long-term evaluation.Chemical Engineering Journal, 232, 380-387.
Suzuki, T., Nakamura, A., Niinae, M., Nakata, H., Fujii, H., & Tasaka, Y. (2013). Immobilization of fluoride in artificially contaminated kaolinite by the addition of commercial-grade magnesium oxide. Chemical Engineering Journal, 233, 176-184.
Suzuki, T., Moribe, M., Okabe, Y., & Niinae, M. (2013). A Mechanistic Study of Arsenate Removal from Artificially Contaminated Clay Soils by Electrokinetic Remediation. Journal of hazardous materials.
Suzuki, T., Moribe, M., Moriwakf, K., & Niinae, M. (2013). Selection of Reductant in the Electrokinetic-PRB Hybrid System for the Treatment of Soils Contaminated by Hexavalent Chromium. Journal of MMIJ, 129(1), 36-41.
Suzuki, T., Moribe, M., Oyama, Y., & Niinae, M. (2012). Mechanism of nitrate reduction by zero-valent iron: Equilibrium and kinetics studies. Chemical Engineering Journal, 183, 271-277.
Suzuki, T., Oyama, Y., Moribe, M., & Niinae, M. (2012). An electrokinetic/Fe< sup> 0</sup> permeable reactive barrier system for the treatment of nitrate-contaminated subsurface soils. Water research, 46(3), 772-778.
Suzuki, T., Nakamura, T., Inoue, Y., Niinae, M., & Shibata, J. (2012). A hydrometallurgical process for the separation of aluminum, cobalt, copper and lithium in acidic sulfate media. Separation and Purification Technology.
Suzuki, T., Niinae, M., Koga, T., Akita, T., Ohta, M., & Choso, T. (2012). EDDS-Enhanced Electrokinetic Remediation of Heavy Metal-Contaminated Clay Soils under Neutral pH Conditions. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects.
Niinae, M., Suzuki, T., Nakamura, T., & Shibata, J. (2010). Separation of cobalt and lithium from chloride and sulfate solutions by solvent extraction. Resources Processing, 57(4), 141-145.
Kanematsu, M., Shimizu, Y., Sato, K., Kim, S., Suzuki, T., Park, B., ... & Nakamura, M. (2009). Origins and transport of aquatic dioxins in the Japanese watershed: soil contamination, land use, and soil runoff events. Environmental science & technology, 43(12), 4260-4266.
Kanematsu, M., Shimizu, Y., Sato, K., Kim, S., Suzuki, T., Park, B., ... & Nakamura, M. (2009). Mass loading and partitioning of dioxins in irrigation runoff from Japanese paddy fields: Combination usage of the CALUX assay with HRGC/HRMS. Chemosphere, 76(6), 860-866.
Suzuki, T. (2009). A Mechanistic Study of Arsenic (III) Rejection by Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Membranes. ProQuest LLC.
Suzuki, T., Lu, Y., Jiang, M., Moore, J. S., Granick, S., & Marinas, B. J. (2008, April). ENVR 117-Development of NF membrane based on rigid star amphiphiles. In ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY (Vol. 235). 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA: AMER CHEMICAL SOC.
Lu, Y., Suzuki, T., Zhang, W., Moore, J. S., & Mariñas, B. J. (2007). Nanofiltration membranes based on rigid star amphiphiles. Chemistry of materials, 19(13), 3194-3204.
Suzuki, T., Lu, Y., Zhang, W., Moore, J. S., & Mariñas, B. J. (2007). Performance characterization of nanofiltration membranes based on rigid star amphiphiles. Environmental science & technology, 41(17), 6246-6252.
SUZUKI, T., & SHIMIZU, Y. (2005). Simple Analytical Method for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons [PAHs] with Fluorescence Spectrophotometer. Journal of Japan Society on Water Environment, 28(4), 249-255.
SUZUKI, T., SHIMIZU, Y., & HATTORI, K. (2005). Fate of Chemical Substances Regulated by PRTR System and Their Influence on COD of Lake Biwa. EICA,10(1), 37-44.
SHIMIZU, Y., SATO, K., KIM, S., SUZUKI, T., TAKAMATU, M., NAKAMURA, M., ... & MURATA, H. (2003). Behavior of dioxins and the relevance to soil characteristics in a River Basin of Lake Biwa, Japan. Organohalogen compounds, 61, 377-380.