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educator , Chemical engineer

Motoyuki Suzuki, Japanese chemical engineer, educator. Recipient award, Japan Society Chemical Engineers, 2001, citation, Japan Minister of Environment, 2000. Chairman National Environmental Council, Japan, 2005; Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Japan Society Water Environment (president 1996-1998), International Water Association (Samuel Jenkins medal 2000).

Background

Suzuki, Motoyuki was born on February 7, 1941 in Tokyo. Son of Elichi and Emiko Suzuki.

Education

Degree, University Tokyo, 1963. Master of Science, University Tokyo, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, University Tokyo, 1968.

Doctor (honorary), Veszorem University, Hungray, 1991.

Career

Postdoctoral research fellow University California, Davis, 1969—1971. From lecturer to associate professor Institute Industrial Science University Tokyo, 1969—1984, professor, 1984—2001, director general, 1995—1998. Vice rector United Nations University, 1998—2003.

Professor University of Air, Makuhart, Japan, since 2003. Visiting professor Tongji University, Shanghai, 1990—1995. Advisory professor Tsinghua University, Beijing, 1998—2002.

Membership

Chairman National Environmental Council, Japan, 2005. Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Japan Society Water Environment (president 1996-1998), International Water Association (Samuel Jenkins medal 2000).

Connections

Married Kelko Haga, October 1, 1968. Children: Hiroyuki, Junko.

father:
Elichi Suzuki

mother:
Emiko Suzuki

spouse:
Kelko Haga

child:
Hiroyuki Suzuki

child:
Junko Suzuki