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Materials science and engineering educator

Masaharu Yamaguchi, Japanese materials science and engineering educator. Recipient Meritorious Activity medal of Kansai Center, Japan Institute Light Metals, 1991.

Background

Yamaguchi, Masaharu was born on November 20, 1940 in Osaka, Japan. Son of Shoutarou Hamada and Hatsuko Yamaguchi.

Education

Master of Science in Metallurgical Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy in Metallurgical Engineering, Osaka University, Japan, 1969.

Career

Research associate department metallurgy Osaka University, 1965-1973. British Council scholar department metallurgy University Oxford, 1970-1972. Visiting scientist department materials science and engineering University Pennsylvania, 1979-1980.

Professor department materials science and engineering Kyoto (Japan) University, since 1987. Visiting professor department materials science and engineering University Pennsylvania, 1993. Chairman International Workshop on Intermetallics, ICM-6, 1991.

Member university and college committee Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, 1991-1995. Head investigator research program Ministry of Education, Science and Culture on Intermetallics, 1992-1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor: Materials Science and Engineering A, since 1991. Editor: Intermetallics, since 1993.

Membership

Member Japan Institute Metals (board directors 1991-1993, 94—, Meritorious Activity medal 1983, Tanigawa-Harris medal 1995), Iron and Steel Institute Japan (board directors 1991-1993, chairman committee interfacial intermetallics 1992-1994, Nishiyama Memorial medal 1986), Japan Ultra-High Temperature Materials Institute (chairman committee high-temperature silicides 1993-1994).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, skiing.

Connections

Married Hiroko Yamaguchi, August, 1970.

father:
Shoutarou Hamada

mother:
Hatsuko Yamaguchi

spouse:
Hiroko Yamaguchi