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Electronic engineering educator

Hideki Hasegawa, Japanese electronic engineering educator. Achievements include research in crystal growth, characterization, processing and quantum device applications of III-V compound semiconductors with emphasis on surfaces and interfaces of nanostructures. Recipient Max Planck Research award, 1990.

Background

Hasegawa, Hideki was born on June 22, 1941 in Tokyo. Son of Zen-ichi and Umeko Hasegawa.

Education

Bachelor of Engineering, University Tokyo, Japan, 1964. Master of Engineering, University Tokyo, Japan, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Electronics, University Tokyo, Japan, 1970.

Career

Lecturer Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, 1970-1971, assistant professor Japan, 1971-1980, professor Japan, 1980—2005, professor emeritus Japan, since 2005, director Integrated Quantum Electronics Research Center Japan, 2001—2005. Visiting research fellow University Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, 1973—1974.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in crystal growth, characterization, processing and quantum device applications of III-V compound semiconductors with emphasis on surfaces and interfaces of nanostructures.

Membership

Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Japan Society Applied Physics, Institute Electronics Information and Communication Engineer, American Physical Society.

Connections

Married Moriko Hasegawa, March 11, 1967. Children: Ken-ichi, Yukiko, Eiji.

father:
Zen-ichi Hasegawa

mother:
Umeko Hasegawa

spouse:
Moriko Hasegawa

child:
Ken-ichi Hasegawa

child:
Yukiko Hasegawa

child:
Eiji Hasegawa