Research Activities

The National Institute of Technology, Numazu College is an institution of higher education. Its faculty is engaged in research in their field of specialization and presents the results of their research at academic conferences both in Japan and overseas.
In addition, our faculty fully builds upon their expertise and plays an active role in joint research with regional companies.
The table below shows some of the research themes that our faculty is involved in.

Research Publication (2015)

Numazu National College of Technology Research Reports
* The report is available at CiNii, which is the database service provided by the National Institute of Informatics.

Joint Research (with external institutions) in 2015

    • Research on the development of the manufacturing techniques of cheese made from soybean milk
    • Study on hydrogen application product
    • Development of the mechanical control system using the new type of Programmable Logic Controller
    • Development of freshness maintenance technology of rice bran pickle and search for lactic acid bacteria for rice bran pickle
    • Development of a tightening control method for pipe flange connections considering temperature change

* A total of 28 Joint Research projects with Compaies in and outside of Shizuoka Prefecture.

Contract Research (research commissioned from outside sources) in 2015

* Two Contract Research with a Company outside of Shizuoka Prefecture.

Grants for Scientific Research

The faculty of the National Institute of Technology, Numazu College has applied for competitive research funding programs that external institutions such as the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology publicly seek candidates for. The table below shows the scientific research projects for which such funding was provided.

Grant-aided scientific research projects in 2015
(Subsidy for academic research fund / Grants-in-aid for scientific research)

ClassificationSubjectResearch representative
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)Study of the explosion mechanism of multi-dimensional supernovae by 6D Boltzmann equationsKousuke Sumiyoshi
Empirical study of IoT and BigData for smart future agricultureSatoshi Yamazaki
Development of the education program in several specialties on real needs
for human resources:
The heuristic method of teaching with challenging to resolve waste-problems
faced by local communities
Masayuki Takeguchi
Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)Reconsideration of the German Conservative Revolution in Weimar era: the relationship between the German identity
and Protestantism
Atsushi Koyanagi
Construction of emergent medical support robot system to reproduce the
mental rotation ability
Yusuke Aoki
Grant-in-Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results
(Academic Library)
History and Community in Ernst TroeltschAtsushi Koyanagi
Grant-in-Aid for Encouragement of ScientistsDevelopment of a Training Device for Tightening Machine ScrewsHidenori Nakagawa