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science educator

Nobuo Takeuchi, Japanese science educator. Achievements include patents on random modulation CW lidar, remote sensing, atmospheric science, laser spectroscopy and instrumentation, others. Research fellow National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada, 1973-1975. Member Applied Physics Association, Optical Society of America, Meteorology Society, Remote Sensing Society Japan.

Background

Takeuchi, Nobuo was born on March 30, 1941 in Tokyo. Son of Hideo and Tomiko (Nakamura) Takeuchi.

Education

Bachelor, University Tokyo, 1963. Master, University Tokyo, 1965. Doctor, University Tokyo, 1968.

Career

Research associate University Tokyo, 1968-1975, Columbia University, New York City, 1971-1973. Section head National Institute Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan, 1975-1991. Professor Chiba University, Japan, 1992—2006, professor emeritus, since 2006, director Japan, 1993—1995, 2004—2006, grand fellow.

Consultant Kyoto Electronics.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents on random modulation CW lidar, remote sensing, atmospheric science, laser spectroscopy and instrumentation, others.

Membership

Member Applied Physics Association, Optical Society of America, Meteorology Society, Remote Sensing Society Japan.

Connections

Married Yoshiko Kuriki. 3 children.

father:
Hideo Takeuchi

mother:
Tomiko (Nakamura) Takeuchi

spouse:
Yoshiko Kuriki