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Engineering educator

Makoto Watanabe, Japanese engineering educator. Fellow: Komaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Okazaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kasugai Chamber of Commerce and Industry; member: Japanese Association Inorganic Phos. Chemicals (president 2002-2004, Science Honours 1995), Society Inorganic Materials (director since 1991, Nagai Memorial prize 1984, Science Honours 1994).

Background

Watanabe, Makoto was born on January 13, 1941 in Fujioka, Gunma, Japan. Son of Satoshi and Fuji Watanabe.

Education

Bachelor in Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 1965. Master in Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 1967. Doctor in Engineering, Nagoya University, 1977.

Career

Research associate Chubu Institute of Technology, Kasugai, Japan, 1967—1968, lecturer Japan, 1968—1976, associate professor Japan, 1976—1984. Professor Chubu University, since 1984, dean of students, 1992—1997, dean College Engineering, 1997—2002, administrative assistant to president, since 2002. Chair Chubu Committee Electrical Anticorr., Nagoya, since 2006.

Membership

Fellow: Komaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Okazaki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kasugai Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Member: Japanese Association Inorganic Phos. Chemicals (president 2002-2004, Science Honours 1995), Society Inorganic Materials (director since 1991, Nagai Memorial prize 1984, Science Honours 1994).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Classical music, travel.

Connections

Married Kayoko Watanabe, May 3, 1969. 1 child Chigusa.

father:
Satoshi Watanabe

mother:
Fuji Watanabe

spouse:
Kayoko Watanabe

child:
Chigusa Watanabe