Sadahiko Itoh


Sadahiko Itoh is Professor of Department of Environmental Engineering, KyotoUniversity, Japan since 2002. He is also IWA Fellow since 2010. He completed his B.Sc. and M.Sc. (Sanitary Engineering) at Kyoto University, Japan. He is specialized in water supply engineering. He is an active member in many social activities. He is an author of many books including He is also the author of more than 120 academics (refereed) journal articles in journals. He received many awards including The Most Valuable Research Award, Japan Water Works Association, 2005 and many The Best Poster Awards, The Outstanding Research Awards for his excellent academic achievement. He is an active member of many international professional associations.

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His main research interests areas include Indirect water reuse system using soil aquifer treatment, re-establishing water supply system in a depopulation society, quantitative microbial risk assessment of drinking water, and advanced water treatment process for reducing chlorinous odor.

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