Mamoru Senna

Mamoru Senna (Keio University, Yokohama, Japan, Professor Emeritus)

Present position: (1) Guest Professor, Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan

(2) Guest Scientist, Institute for Nanotechnology, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany



1965:   Diploma in Applied Chemistry, Keio University

1971:   Ph.D in Applied Chemistry, Keio University

1988:   Professor of Applied Chemistry, Keio University


Academic appointments

1965-2008: Scientific co-worker, Associate Professor, Full Professor, Keio University

1972-74     visiting scientist, RWTH Aachen

1980-81:    visiting scientist, TU Karlsruhe

2009:         visiting Professor, TU Braunschweig

2010:         visiting Professor, EPFL, Lausanne

2010:         visiting Professor, Leibniz University Hannover

2011:         visiting Professor, Institut Jozef Stefan, Ljubljana

2012-         Guest scientist, Institut für Nanotechnologie, Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie

2013-         visiting Professor, SAS Institute of Geotechnics, Kosice

2015-         Guest scientist, Institut für Anorganische Chemie, CAU Kiel

2016-         Guest scientist, Leibniz University Hannover


Major research interests

(i) Main field: Physical chemistry of interfaces, Solid state reactions and reactivity of solids, Mechanochemical reactions of inorganic and organic solids

(ii) Other fields: Rationalization of preparation processes of functional fine particles in view of energy storage devices and pharmaceutical applications, Colloid chemical and rheological properties of suspension, Pulsed laser deposition of organic thin films for nanobio technology, and Fabrication of phase pure complex oxides for functional electoceramics



Peer reviewed article: 322,

Review: 100

Sum of Times Cited without self-citations: 3252 (Web of Science)

h-index: 31 (Web of Science)

(latest papers)

M. Senna, E. Turianicova, A. Zorkovska, P. Makresi, M. Kanuchova, G. Scholz, M. Balaz, P. Balaz, V. Sepelak, Mechanochemical reactivity of fluorocarbon solids against SnO2 nanoparticles for fluorine incorporation, J. Nanoparticle Res., 2015, 17(9), 376 (1-14)

M. Senna, Foundation and application of solid-state processes at inorganic-organic particulate boundaries, Adv. Powder Technol. 2014, 25, 114–121

member since 2008