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Nagoya University - Bioagricultural

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Hall 11, Stand G70
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Topic: Scientific Research and education

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Nagoya University
Graduate School of
Bioagricultural Sciences

Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku,
Nagoya 464-8601
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Fax: +81 52 789 4010

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Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan, and is the capital city of Aichi Prefecture. It lies in the southwest part of the Chubu (Central Japan) region and is conveniently placed for access by public transport through being on the main Shinkansen (Bullet Train) railway line that runs east-west along the Pacific Ocean. Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hiroshima are all within easy reach.

Nagoya city is an ancient foundation which has played a significant role through history, not only as a transport hub but also as the main city of the rich and fertile Nobi Plain. The magnificent Nagoya Castle was constructed early in the 17th century and the town with its many industries has since developed around it. Over the last century, the port of Nagoya has grown to become the largest in Japan for international commercial shipping and is today connected with over 150 countries worldwide.

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Remodeled bandsaw and circular saw

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High speed on-line grading system

High speed on-line grading system of wood by Vis-NIR spectroscopy. We developed new high speed on-line grading system, which consists of NIR spectrophotometer and visible imaging camera. The diffusely reflected spectra and imaging of woods were measured under running speed of conveyer at 120 m/min. more

System eng. for Bio-resources

We introduced tim-of-flight spectroscopy to clarify the optical characteristics of wood. The device mainly consist of semiconductor laser and streak camera. Attention was paid to the variation of the single pulsed laser in a short time domain to observe the real light absorption/scattering conditions more

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