- Senior Executive Program, Stanford Business School
題目：Development of consolidated
bioprocessing for circular bioeconomy
Akihiko Kondo received his Ph.D. from Kyoto University in Chemical Engineering (1988). He was appointed as full professor of Kobe University in 2003 and also appointed as a team leader of the cell factory research team at RIKEN institute (Yokohama) in 2012. He became a member of Science Council Japan in 2017.
A. Kondo has developed various platform technologies such as cell surface display systems, metabolic pathway design tools, metabolic analysis technologies, genome editing and long chain DNA synthesis technologies. He also has applied these platform technologies for construction of various microbial cell factories for production of biofuels and various chemicals from biomass, and cyanobacteria and microalgae for production of starch, oil and chemicals from CO2.
A. Kondo has been appointed as editor or editorial board members of many Journals such as Journal of Biotechnology, Metabolic Engineering, Biotechnology for Biofuels, Bioresource Technology, etc. He has published more than 640 peer reviewed international papers.