Kenji Ishikawa is a professor of the Center for low-temperature Plasma Sciences of Nagoya University, Japan since 2023. He was a project professor of the Center of plasma Nano-interface engineering of the Kyushu University, Japan on 2019. He is currently engaged in studies on novel low-temperature plasma processing technologies such as fundamental plasma science, plasma medicine, and plasma agriculture and on plasma diagnostics such as vibrational (IR/Raman/SFG) spectroscopy, and electron spin resonance (ESR). His research interest focuses on plasma-biochemical reactions involving free-radicals on living organisms. He received a PhD from Tohoku University, Japan. He is a member of the Japan Society of Applied Physics.
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