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MASAMI NAKAGAWA


Department of Mining Enginee
ring

Colorado School of Mines

Golden, Colorado 80401

Phone: (303) 384
-
2132 fax: (303) 273
-
3719

e
-
mail:
mnakagaw@mines.edu



PERSONAL DATA


95 South Flora Way
,
Gold
en, Colorado

Tel. Work: 303
-
384
-
2132
;
Laboratory: 303
-
273
-
3102
;
Home: 303
-
216
-
0433

Email:
mnakagaw@mines.edu


Fluent in Japanese.


US Citizen.


EDUCATION


Ph.D. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Cornell Unive
rsity, 1988

M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota, 1983

B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota,

1981


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE




2001(July)
-

2004(July)


NASA IPA Fellow
.



2000(January)
-

Present


Associate Professor
,

Department of Mining

En
gineering, CSM



1996(July)
-

1999(December)


Research Associate Professor
,
Division

of Engineering, CSM



1995
(May)
-

1996(July)


Staff Member
. Sandia National Laboratory
,
New Mexico, USA



199
1(October)


1995(Apri)


Research Scientist
. The Lovelave Institute,
New Mexico, USA



1992(September)


1996(May)


Visiting Associate Professor.
Department of Civil Engineering,


The University
of New Mexico.



1987(March)


1991(September)


Assistant Professor.
Department of Civi
l Engineering,
Tohoku University,



Japan.


HONORS AND AWARDS




2006

The Outstanding Faculty Award in the Mining Engineering Department



2005

The Outstanding Faculty Award in the

Mining Engineering Department



2001

NASA IPA

(2001
-
2004)



2002

The Outstanding

Faculty Award in th
e Mining Engineering Department



2001

The Director’s Award from the Port and Harbor Research Institute, Japan



1998

Recipient of the best paper award at the 31
st

International Symposium



on Microelectronics.



1995

Inv
ited lecturer at S
anta Fe Institute Complexity Summer School.


PUBLICATIONS

(
Peer reviewed
; peer reviewed papers published in Japanese not
included
)



1.

Chotipong Somrit and Masami Nakagawa, “DEM Simulation of Wheel
-
Soil
Interaction”, submitted to Journal of Terramechanics.

2.

J
.Fishman, M. Krihak, S. Mack, S. Wagner and M. Nakagawa, “Planetary Dust
Mitigation Technology Focus Group Report: A Technology Integration Agent
Report”, NASA Ames Research Center,
June,
2005
.

3.

S.Sen, T.R. K. Mohan, D.P. Visco, S Swaminathan, A.Sokolow, E.

Avalos and M.
Nakagawa, “Using Mechanical Energy as a Probe for the Detection and Imaging
of Shallow Buried Inclusions in Dry Granular Beds”,
International Journal of
Modern Physics B, Vol. 19, No.18 (
2005
) 2951
-
2973.

4.

A.Sokolow, J.M.M. Pfannes, R. Doney,
M. Nakagawa, J.H. Agui and

S. Sen,
“Impulse Absorption in Small Tapered

Chains”,

Applied Physics Letters,

vol. 87,
2005.



5.

Tae
-
Hyun Moon, Masami Nakagawa, and John Berger, “
Measurement of fracture
toughness using Distinct Element Method
,”

(accepted

to Inte
rnational Journal of
Rock Mechanics and Mining Seciences), 2005

.

6.

Brandon D. Tinianov, Masami Nakagawa and David R. Munoz, An apparatus for
in
-
situ prediction of the thermal conductivity of glass fiber batts using acoustic
propagation constant,” (submitte
d to Review of Scientific Instruments), 2005.

7.

X. Zeng, J.H. Agui and M. Nakagawa, “Wave velocities in granular materials
under micro
-
gravity,” (submitted to ASCE J
ournal of Aerospace Engineering
)
,
2005.

8.

Lawrence A. Taylor, Harrison H. Schmitt, W. David Car
rier, III and Masami
Nakagawa, “The Lunar Dust Problem: From Liability to Asset,”, Proceedings of
the 1
st

Space Exploration Conference :Continuing the Voyage of Discovery, Jan.
30
-
Feb. 1, 2005, Orlando, Florida.

9.

Masafumi Miyata, Takahiro Sugano, Takashi N
agao,

Masami Nakagawa,
Graham G.W. Mustoe, Tsuyoshi Tanaka, and Nobuo Kikuchi, ”Experimental
study on load support systems of rubble rock foundations,”
Journal of
Geotechnical Engineering
, JSCE, No 750/65, 1
-
14, 2003.

10.

Masami Nakagawa, Juan H. Agui, David
T. Wu, David Vivanco Extramiana, “
Impulse dispersion in a tapered granular chain,”
Granular Matter 4
, 167
-
174,
2002.

11.

M. Miyata, M. Nakagawa, G.G.W. Mustoe and T. Sugano, “Superquadric Particle
DEM Analysis on the Mechanical Behavior of Rubble Rock Foundat
ions,”
International Journal of Computers and Structures
. 2001.

12.

M. Miyata, T.Sugano, G.G.W. Mustoe, and M. Nakagawa, “Effects of the Ratio of
Pressure Gauge Size to Grain Size on the Reliability of Earth Pressure
Measurement,”
Japanese Soc. Of Civil Engine
ers
. 2001.

13.

M. Miyata, T.Sugano, G.G.W. Mustoe and M. Nakagawa, “Study of Contact
Force Distribution on the Bottom Plate of a Caisson resting on Rubble Rock
Foundation,”
Proc. Of the 4
th

International Conference on Discontinuous
Deformation Analysis
, Unive
rsity of Glasgow, June 6
-
8, 2001.

14.

M. Nakagawa, M. Miyata and T.G. Rozgonyi, “Effects of Particle Shape on Angle
of Repose,”
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on
Micromechanics of Granular Media (Powders and Grains 2001)
, Sendai, Japan,
21
-
25 May, 2001

15.

M. Miyata, G.G.W. Mustoe, Nakagawa and T.Sugano, “Study on the Force
Systems of Rubble Rock Fooundations using Discrete Element Method,”
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Micromechanics of
Granular Media (Powders and Grain
s 2001),

Sendai, Japan, 21
-
25 May, 2001

16.

T. Sugano, T.Tanaka, M. Miyata, D. Kozawa, Nakagawa and G.G.W. Mustoe,
“Experimental Study of Contact Force Distribution on the Bottom Slab of a
Caisson Resting on a Rubble Rock Foundation,”
Proceedings of the Fourt
h
International Conference on Micromechanics of Granular Media (Powders and
Grains 2001),
Sendai, Japan, 21
-
25 May, 2001

17.

M. Miyata, M. Nakagawa and G.G.W. Mustoe, “Design Considerations of Rubble
Rock Foundations based on a Superquadric Particle Simulatio
n Method,”
Proc.
Of the 2
nd

International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology
,
Leuven, Belgium, 2000.

18.

G.G.W. Mustoe, M. Miyata and M. Nakagawa, “Discrete Element Methods for
Mechanical Analysis of Systems of General Shaped Bodies,”
Proc. Of

the 2
nd

International Conference on Engineering Computational Technology
, Leuven,
Belgium, 2000.

19.

J. L. Turner and M. Nakagawa, “Particle mixing in a nearly
-
filled horizontal
cylinder through phase inversion,”
Powder Technology

113 (2000) 119
-
123.

20.

G.H. Ris
tow and M. Nakagawa, “Shape dynamics of interfacial front in rotating
cylinders,”
Physical Review E
, Volume 59, Number 2, February 1999.

21.

M. Nakagawa, A.R. Waggoner and E. Fukushima, “ Non
-
invasive measurements
of fabric of particle packing by MRI,”
Intro
duction to Mechanics of Granular
Materials (ed. M. Oda)
, A.A. Balkema. 1999.

22.

N.E. Iwamoto, M. Li, S.J. McCaffery, M. Nakagawa and G. Mustoe, “Molecular
Dynamics and Discrete Element Modeling Studies of Underfill,”
International
Journal of Microcircuits & E
lectronic Packaging
, Vol.21, Number 4, Fourth
Quarter, 1998.

23.

M. Nakagawa,
“Segregation of granular particles in a nearly packed rotating
cylinder: A new insight for axial segregation”, H. J. Herrmann et al.(eds.), Physics
of Dry Granular Media, 703
-
710,

Kl
uwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands,
1998.

24.

K. Yamane, M. Nakagawa, S.A. Altobelli, T. Tanaka, and Y. Tsuji, “Steady
particulate flows in a horizontal rotating cylinder,”
Physics of Fluids
, Vol.10,
Number 6, June 1998.

25.

C.M. Dury, G.H. Ristow, J.L. Moss an
d M. Nakagawa, “Boundary effects on the
angle of repose in rotating cylinder,”
Physical Review E
, Vol.57, Number 4, April
1998.

26.

R.A. Waggoner, M. Nakagawa, S.J. Glass, and E. Fukushima, “Particle
compaction as observed by MRI,”
Spatially Resolved Magnetic
Resonance
edited by P. Blumer, B.Blumich, R.Botto, E. Fukushima (Wiley
-
VCH, Weinheim),

1998.

27.

T. Sugano, S.A. Altobelli, M. Nakagawa, E. Fukushima and M. Miyata,
“Nondestructive and Non
-
interactive NMR Imaging Measurements of Flow
through Packed Beads (in J
apanese),” Coastal Engineering, JSCE, 44:1281
-
1285, 1997.

28.

M. Nakagawa, S.A. Altobelli, A.Caprihan and E. Fukushima, “NMRI Study: Axial
migration of radially segregated core of granular mixture in a horizontal rotating
cylinder,” Chemical Engineering Scienc
e, Vol.52, No.21, 1997.

29.

M. Nakagawa, J.L. Moss, K.Nishimura and T.Ozeki, “StableConfiguration of
binary mixtures in a horizontal rotating cylinder: Axial Migration of granular
particles”, Powders and Grains 97, Behringer and Jenkins (eds), Balkema,
Rotterd
am, 1997.

30.

M. Nakagawa, E. Fukushima, S.A. Altobelli and A. Caprihan, “NMR
measurement and approximate derivation of the velocity depth
-
profile of granular
flow in a rotating, partially filled, horizo
ntal cylinder”,

Powder and Gr
ains 97,
Behringer and J
enkins (
eds
)
, 1997.

31.

M. Nakagawa ,"Functional Disorder of Fractal Lifeline Networks" in the special
issue of FORMA ( An international journal by the Society for Science on Form,
Japan; R. Takaki, Editor
-
in
-
Chief),"Fractal Analysis in Geophysics and Civil
En
gineering", M. Nakagawa (Editor), Forma Vol.9, No.2, 1994.

32.

M. Nakagawa, "Axial segregation of granular flows in a rotating cylinder",
Chemical Engineering Science Vol.49, No. 15, 2540
-
2544, 1994

33.

M. Nakagawa, S.A. Altobelli, A. Caprihan, E. Fukushima, and
E.K. Jeong, "Non
-
invasive Measurements of Granular Flows by Magnetic Resonance Imaging",

Experiments in Fluids, 15, 54
-
60, 1993.

34.

Nakagawa, Altobelli, Caprihan & Fukushima, "Non
-
invasive measurements of
granular flows by magnetic resonance imaging", Procee
dings of the second
international conference on micromechanics of granular media; "Powders and
Grains 93. Birmingham UK, July 12
-
16, 1993.

35.

K. Nishimura, K. Kosugi and M. Nakagawa,"Experiments on ice
-
sphere flows
along an inclined chute", Mechanics of Mater
ials, 16, 205
-
209, 1993.

36.

M. Nakagawa and T. Imaizumi,"Simulations of Rapid Granular Flows", Advances
in Micromechanics of Granular Materials, H.H. Shen et al.(Editors),Elsevier
Science Publishers B.V., pp.131
-
140, 1992

37.

M. Nakagawa,"Simulation of rapid bimo
dal granular flows: dynamic friction
coefficient", Proceedings of US
-
Japan Workshop on Snow Avalanche, Landslide,
Debris flow Prediction and Control, 1992.

38.

M. Nakagawa and M. Satake,"Fractal nature of lifeline network systems:
application to damage evaluat
ion", Journal of Natural Disaster Science, Volume
3, Number 1, pp.13
-
18, 1991.

39.

M. Nakagawa, M. Satake and A. Inomata,"Earthquake damage evaluation of
lifeline systems by fractal dimension, JSCE,No.428/I
-
15,pp177
-
182,1991(in
Japanese).

40.

M. Nakagawa and M. Sa
take,"Use of fractal dimension in damage evaluation of
lifeline systems, Forma,5, pp.9
-
17, 1990.

41.

M. Nakagawa,"General balance laws of granular flows: continuum and statistical
descriptions", Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, vol.38 pp.131
-
143, 1988.

42.

M. Na
kagawa,"Anisotropic theory of rapidly deforming granular assembly",
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics,vol.37, pp.183
-
194, 1988.

43.

M. Nakagawa,"Kinetic theoretical analysis of a rapidly deforming disk assembly",
Mechanics of Granular Materials, edited by M. S
atake and J.T. Jenkins, Elsevier
Science Publishers B.V., pp331
-
338, 1987


RESEARCH FUNDING


Current Funding


Agency:

NASA Glenn Research Center

Funding amount:

$
8,000

Funding period:

May 2007
-

August 2007

Project Title:


Agglomeration of electrostatic
ally charged particles

Investigators:

PI:

Masami Nakagawa (Colorado School of Mines)

Agency:

Lockheed Martin

Funding amount:

$
20,000

Funding period:

June 2007
-

September 2007

Project Title:


Simulation of regolith handling

Investigators:

PI:

Masami Nak
agawa (Colorado School of Mines)

Agency:

NASA

SBIR Phase I

Funding amount:

$
100,000

Funding period:

Feb. 2007
-
Feb. 2008

Project Title:


Advanced granular systems modeling

Investigators:

PI: Rolf Baumgartner (Technology Applications, Inc.
)



Co
-
I
: Masa
mi Nakagawa
(Colorado School of Mines
)

Agency:

NASA
: Planetary Instrument Definition And Development,
NNH05ZDA001N
-
PIDDP

Funding amount:

$
745,265

Funding period:

2005
-
2008

Project Title:


Automated Rock Thin Section Device for Space Exploration

Investi
gators:

PI: Christopher B. Dreyer (Colorado School of Mines
)



Co
-
I
: Masami Nakagawa

and others

(Colorado School of Mines)

Agency:

Ball Aerospace & Techology Corp.

Funding amount:

$30,000

F
unding period:

February, 2005
-
July, 2005


Project Title:

Non
-
c
ontact manipulation of In
-
Situ Resources

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:

NASA

Funding amount:

$14,695,505

Funding period:

2005
-
2009

Project Title:

Mitigation of Dust and Electrostatic Accumulation for Human and




Robotic Systems for Lunar
and Martian Missions.

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:

NASA

Funding amount:

$429,473

Funding period:

2004
-
2007.

Project Title:

Coalescence, Transport, and Separation of Gas Bubbles in Liquids




Using Ultrasonic Processing Techniques

Investi
gators:

PI: Don Feke (Case Western Reserve University)



Co
-
Is: Masami Nakagawa

($35,000)

& John Graf (NASA Johnson



Space Center)

Agency

NASA SBIR Phase II

Funding amount

$598,226.11

Funding period:

2005
-
2007

Project Title:

Lunar Telerobotics Simulati
on

Investigators:

PI: Bruce Damer (DigitalSpace Corp)



Subcontracts:
Masami Nakagawa (contract amount in negotiation
)




and
others

Agency:

NASA

Funding amount:

$80,542

Funding period:

July 2003
-
July 2004.

Project Title:

IPA

Investigators:

PI: Masam
i Nakagawa

Agency:

NIOSH/CDC

Funding amount:

$37,000

Funding period:

September 2003
-
August 2004.

Project Title:

Noise control in mine

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:

NASA

Funding amount:

$78,000

Fund
ing period:

July 2002
-
July 2003
.

Proj
ect Title:

IPA

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:

NIOSH/CDC

Funding amount:

$55,000

Funding period:

September 2002
-
August 2003.

Project Title:

Noise control in mine

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:

NIOSH/CDC

Funding amount:

$31,48
7

Funding period:

September 2001
-
August 2002.

Project Title:

Noise control in mine

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:

NASA

Funding amount:

$78,000

Funding period:

July 2001
-
July 2002.

Project Title:

IPA

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Ag
ency:

Johnson Matthew Electronics. Inc.:

Funding amount:

$180,000

Funding period:

1996
-
1999






Project Title:


Advanced particulate mechanics modeling study: improvement of flip
-
chip technologies in Johnson Mattey’s underfill products.

Investigators:

PI:

Masami Nakagawa

Agency:



NAV
Y
-
Sandia National Laboratories:

Funding amount:

$30,000

Funding period:

1995

Project Title:


Numerical modling of hopper flows.

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:



Sandia National Laboratories

Funding amount:

$840,000

Funding period:

1995
-
1996

Project Title:


Constitutive Models of Stress
-
Strain Behavior of Granular Materials

Investigators:

PIs: Masami Nakagawa and Abrahim Askari

Agency:



Department of Energy

Funding amount:

$600,000

Funding period:

1991
-
1995

Project

Title:


GFARO(Granular Flow Advanced Research Objectives): Magnetic






Resonance Imaging of Granular Flows

Investigators:

PI: Eiichi Fukushima; Co
-
I: Masami Nakagawa

Agency:



NSF

Funding amount:

$180,000

Funding period:

1994
-
1997

Project Title:


Fabri
c of granular materials studied by DEM and MRI

Investigators:

Co
-
PIs: Percy Ng and Masami Nakagawa

Agency:



AFOSR

Funding amount:

$61,327

Funding period:

1995
-
1997

Project Title:


Granular materials studied by MRI

Investigators:

PI: Masami Nakagawa



TEA
CHING



Undergraduate courses

1.

Freshman Success Seminar:
CSM101

2.

Statics
:
DCGN241

3.

Dynamics
:
EGGN315

4.

Statics/Dynamics:
MNGN317

5.

Mechanics of Materials
:
EGGN320

6.

Engineering mathematics(Cornell)

7.

Mine Plant Design
:
MNGN414

8.

Gravity Flow
:
MNGN499

9.

Impulse propa
gation in granular media
: MNGN499

10.

Intorduction to Particulate Media:

MNGN498



Graudate courses

1.

Mining Technology for Sustainable Development:
MNGN503

2.

Fractals in civil engineering

I and II (University of New Mexico)

3.

Mechanics of Particulate Media
:
MN
GN559

4.

Advaced principles of gravity flow
:
MNGN499/MNGN599

5.

DEM investigation of mechanical fragmentation of rocks:
MNGN599

6.

Bore hole mining:
MNGN599


CSM Service Activities


1.

Committee for Sustainability

2.

Mentor for the Guy McBride Honor Program

3.

Research Coun
cil Member

4.

Preview CSM

and other department and school functions

5.

Faculty Search Committee



ADVISEES (Primary)


Current undergraduate students:


Anthony D. Adams (Freshman, Engng)






Craig S. Brooker (Senior, Engng)






Melissa A. Foppe (Freshman, Undec
ided)






Joshua D. Gresham (Junior, Mining)






Andrea S. Ham (Freshman, Math/Comp Sci.)






Sarah E. Henderson (Freshman, Engng Phy)






Christoph E. Hurley (Sophomore, Engng)






Clayton J. Kyle (Sophomore, Mining)






Mark T. Lowe (Freshman, Unde
cided)






Michael S. Pauly (Freshman, Chem. Engng)






Michael S. Rogers (Junior, Mining)






John S. Spelic (Freshman, Engng)






Kailani K. Yaksich (Freshman, Undecided)






Elizabeth Wachel (Sophomore, Mining)






Lauren E. Zemp (Freshman, Chem.
Engng)


Current master’s student:


Brenna
n

S.

Laird (MS in M
ining)






Chotipong Somrit (MS in Mining)






Chalee Prachakwong (MS in Mining)






Annuwat Wattanawan (MS in Mining)


Current Ph
D students
:

Marcas A.

Wiley (
Ph.D in
Mining)






Bradly

R.

Bl
air (
Ph.D in
Mining)






Tryana Garza
-
Cruz
(
Engineering,
Spring of 2006)


Previous Ph
D students:


Tae
-
Hyun Moon (Ph.D in M
ining, 2006)






Bran
don Tinianov (Engineering,2004)






Jamie Turner

(Engineering, 2001
)


Have supervised a number of undergraduate

and graduate students for various
research projects. I also serve as a
committee member for several Ph
D and M.S.
programs a year.



PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


Recent Professional Activities:




2009
:

Organizer for the International Conference “Powd
ers and Gr
ains in 2009
”.



2006:

Organized “Lunar Geomechatronics Workshop 1”, October 30, 2006.



2006:

Scientific Committee Member for the 5
th

World Congress on Particle



Technology. Orlando, Florida. April 23
-
27, 2006.



2005

NASA PIDD Proposal Review
Panel, November 14
-
17, 2005.



2005:

Co
-
organized with NASA a workshop “Advanced Extra Vehicular


Activity Environmental Protection: Dust Mitigation Technology Focus



Group in Golden, May 18
-
19, 2005.



2005:


Session organizer for Particulate Systems and In
-
Situ Space Resources



for the 35
th

International Conferen
ce on Environmental Systems,
July 11
-



14, 2005, Rome, Italy.



2004:

International Advisory Committee for the 8
th

International Conference on




Bulk Mat
erials Storage, Handling and Transportation. University of





Woolongong, NSW, Australia. July 5
-
8, 2004.



2004:

Session organizer for Particulate Systems for the 34
th

International



Conferen
ce on Environmental Systems,
July 1
9
-
22, 2004



2003:
.

Organizer of a Mini
-
workshop on Acoustic Levitation in collaboration with



the Guigne International, Newfoundland, Canada
,
September 23, 2003.



2003:

Lead NASA Panel to identify research areas in the field of “Fine


Parti
culate

Flow and Control”,
May 5
-
7, 2003.



2003:

Organizer of a Mini
-
workshop on DEM in collaboration with Dr. Hide



Sakaguchi of Tokyo University. April 29
-
May 1, 2003.



2000:


NASA Science Panel
---

Since 2000



2002
:

Member of Focus Grou
p to discuss the Beer and Johnston Vector


Mechanics textbook published by McGraw
-
Hill



2002:

Review member for a new textbook by Sheppard and Tong, Wiley.



2001:

External Advisor for the Port and Harbor Research Institute in Japan


a
ince

2001.



2000:
Organizer of “Particles and Beyond 2000” workshop at CSM.



Professional Society Membership:


ASCE: Americal Society for Civil Engineers


SME: Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration


MRS:The Materials Research Society


SAE: The Socitey

of Automotive Engineers


FORMA: The Society for Science on Form
;
Regional Editor


Reviewed Jounals:


Journal of Royal Society of London


Journal of Fluid Mechanics


Journal of Geophysical Research


Mechanics Research Communication


The Annals of Glaciolog
y


Journal of Fluids Engineering


Chemical Engineering Journal


Physics of Fluids


AIChE Journal


The Materials Research Society


International Journal of Multiphase Flow


Noise Control Engineering Journal


Reviewed Proposals for:


National Science Foundat
ion


NASA


Department of Energy


The New York Academy of Science


Reviewed Textbooks for:


McGraw
-
Hill


John Wiley Sons


Prentice Hall




INVITED TALKS, PAPERS AND MEETINGS


Nakagawa has given many invited talks and organized domestic/international
confe
rences.



I
nvited talks

since year 2000
:




Invited talk at New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark. NJ, April 25, 2007.



Invited talk at the Department of Earth & Environmental Engineering, Columbia
University. September 12, 2006.



Invited talk at JFE, Jap
an. May 23
-
25, 2006.



Invited talk at Space Robotic Lab at Tohoku University, Japan. May 19
-
20, 2006.



Invited talk at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science,
Rice University, March 23
-
24, 2006.



10
th

ASCE Aerospace Division Internatio
nal Conference on Engineering,
Construction and Operations in Challenging Environments (Earth & Space 2006),
March 5
-
8, 2006, NASA Johnson Space Center, League City/Houston, Texas



Space Technology & Applications International Forum (STAIF
-
2006): Embarking
on the New Age of Exploration Together, February 12
-
16, 2006, Albuquerque,
New Mexico



International Lunar Conference: “The Exploration and Utilization of the Moon”,
September 18
-
23, 2005, Toronto, Canada



Gordon Conference: Engineering Sciences for Space Ex
ploration, August 21
-
26,
2005, Les Diablerets, Switzerland



Advanced Extra Vehicular Activity


Environmental Protection: Dust Mitigation
Technology Focus Group, May 18
-
19, 2005, sponsored by National Aeronautics
and Space Administration and the Colorado Sc
hool of Mines, Golden, Colorado



Biological Effects of Lunar Dust Workshop, March 29
-
31, sponsored by NASA
Headquarters and NASA Ames Research Center, Sunnyvale, California



Workshop on Granular Materials in Lunar and Martian Exploration, February 2
-
3,
2005,

the John F. Kennedy Space Center, Orlando, Florida



1
st

Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery, January
30


February 1, 2005, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
Orlando, Florida



Lunar Regolith Simulant Materials
Workshop, January 24
-
26, 2005, Marshall
Institute in Huntsville Alabama



43rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, January 10
-
13, 2005,
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Reno, Nevada



NASA Exploration Systems Technology & Systems In
tegration Technical
Interchange Meeting (SDTSI


TIM), December 13
-
17, Jet Propulsion
Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California



Workshop organized by the CCACS, September 24
-
26, 2003



4
th

International Symposium on Scale Modeling,

Cleveland, Ohio. September 17
-

19, 2003.



University of Colorado at Denver



Miniworkshop on Granular Hydrodynamics and Related Topics, University of
New Mexico, February 21, 2003.



MRS Fall 2002 Meeting in Boston, Dec.2
-
5, 2002.



University of Florida
-
Gainsv
ille
-
Particulate Science and Technology Center,
Oct.10
-
12, 2002.



Workshop organized by the CCACS, September 24
-
26, 2002.



University of Pittsburgh
-
Chemical Engineering
,
September 12
-
14, 2002



Nagaoka Institute for Snow and Ice Studies, Japan, Dec.27, 2002.



T
echnology Development Section, Kobe Research and Engineering Office for
Port and Airport Kinki Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land,
Infrastructure and Transport, Japan, Dec. 28, 2002.



Japan Marine Science and Technology Center (JAMSTEC)/ Research

Organization for Information Science and Technology (RIST), Japan, Dec. 30,
2002.



Invited talk at Kagoshima University, Japan. 2001.


RECENT MEDIA COVERAGE




Nakagawa’s
recent
work on Lunar and Martian Dust have been featured in the
following media:

o

Air &
Space Smithsonian, September 2006.

o

The Bent of Tau Beta PI, summer 2006.

o

USA Today: NASA to detail plans today for trip to moon, Monday,
September 19, 2005.

o

New Scientist
: The ground above us, 28 May, 2005.

o

SanDiego Union
-
Tribune: Powdery soil will test fu
ture moon explorers’
ingenuity and grit, April 27, 2005

o

News Brief for Mines Magazine, Spring 2005

o

Mines Magazine: Tackling Lunar Dust to Reach New Frontiers, Vol 95
Number 3, Summer 2005.

o

Science@NASA: En route to Mars, the Moon, March 18, 2005.




Nakagawa
’s work on the shock absorbing wall structures in collaboration with
Prof. Surajit Sen of SUNY
-
Buffalo and Dr. Juan Agui at NASA
-
Glenn Research
Center have been featured many times in the media:

o

“Update” in Spring 2002 issue.

o

“Mines” in Vol.92, Number 2,
Spring 2002.

o

“ TechBiz” Vol.1, Issue 28, Feb4
-
10, 2002.

o

“Denver Business Journal” Vol.53, No.24, January 11
-
17, 2002.

o

WB2 news.

o

Business Week

o

United Press International

o

Wired News

o

Reader’s Disgest

o

Discovery Channel, Canada

o

Paul Harvey show
-
ABC radio, Chica
go

o

Financial Times on London

o

NASA’s interview with Wired News