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chemistry professor

Masaru Ichikawa, Japanese chemistry professor. Achievements include patents for Catalyst, hydrogen, fuel cells, methane conversion. Recipient award of Hokkaido Science and Technology, Hokkaido Mayor/Japan, 2002. Committee member various projects Mitii, Mcit, Tokyo, 2000—2005; Member of Chemical Society Japan (associate; advisory boards since 2002, awards of CSJ 1972).

Background

Ichikawa, Masaru was born on April 11, 1942 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Osamu and Kazuko Ichikawa.

Education

Doctor of Science, Tokyo University, 1967—1970.

Career

Visiting professor department chemistry Northwestern University, 1984—1986. Professor Hokkaido University, Catalysis Research Center, Sapporo, Japan, 1986—2006, professor emeritus Japan, 2006. Professor Shibauna Institute of Technology, since 2006.

Committee member Ministry of Economy & Industry.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for Catalyst, hydrogen, fuel cells, methane conversion.

Membership

Committee member various projects Mitii, Mcit, Tokyo, 2000—2005. Member of Chemical Society Japan (associate. Advisory boards since 2002, awards of CSJ 1972).

Connections

Married Momoko Ohta, April 9, 1949. Children: Minoru, Mamoru.

father:
Osamu Ichikawa

mother:
Kazuko Ichikawa

spouse:
Momoko Ohta

child:
Minoru Ichikawa

child:
Mamoru Ichikawa