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Engineering educator

Akira Yamaguchi, Japanese engineering educator. Recipient New Technology Development Foundation award for technical contribution, 1981, Technology Association Refractories of Japan award for distinguished contribution, 1993, Ceramic Society Japan award for academy achievement in ceramic science and technical, 1995, award for excellent writings Japanese Society for Engineering Education, 1994.

Background

Yamaguchi, Akira was born on October 15, 1940 in Ayabe Kyoto, Japan. Son of Tohzoh and Matsue Yamaguchi.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Nagoya University, 1977.

Career

Engineer Toshiba Company Ltd., Kawasaki, Japan, 1964-1965. Assistant professor Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 1965-1972, lecturer Japan, 1972-1978, associate professor Japan, 1978-1989, professor Japan, 1989—2004, emeritus professor Japan. Director Okayama Ceramics Research Foundation Laboratory, since 2004.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: How to Use Thermodynamics for High Temperature Materials, 1989, Usage of Phase Equilibria Daiagrams, 1997. Contributor articles to professional journals, research papers.

Membership

Member of World Academy Ceramics (academician), UNITECR (life).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, travel, golf.

Connections

Married Shunko Inoh, June 11, 1972.

father:
Tohzoh Yamaguchi

mother:
Matsue Yamaguchi

spouse:
Shunko Inoh