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physicist

Sakae Tanemura, Japanese physicist. Achievements include research in thin films nano engineering for optical functional, active & passive solar & environment friendly materials. Reformed Appld. Physical Lett.& Etc, American Physics Institute, Elsevier Company & Etc., 1990; Fellow: Japan Applied. Physical Society.

Background

Tanemura, Sakae was born on March 14, 1943 in Mishima, Shizuoka, Japan. Son of Tatsumi and Sadako Tanemura.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, Nagoya University, 1970.

Career

Research fellow Department Appld. Physics, Nagoya University, 1970—1971, H.H.Wills Physical Laboratory, Bristol University, England, 1971—1973, Toyota Physics & Chemistry Institute, Nagoya, 1971—1974. Researcher National Industrial Research Institute Nagoya, Agency Industrial Science & Technology, Ministry Intnl.

Trade & Industry, 1974—1978, senior researcher, 1978—1985, head department material evaluation, ceramics division, 1985—1990, director research planning & coordinating division, 1990—1992, director multifunctional materials, 1992—1997, director general, 1997—2000. Professor department environmental technical Graduate School, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 1997—2006. Director general material engineering laboratory Japan Fine Ceramics Center, since 2006.

Designated professor Environment Harmonized Ceramics Laboratory, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 2006—2009. Specially invited chair scientist Ganzhou Institute Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, since 2007. Director general nano structure, executive director JFCC, since 2007.

Fellow Japan Appld. Physical Society, Tokyo, since 2007. Operating agent task Solar Heating & Cooling Program, Renewable Energy Research and Development Committee, Institute of Economic Affairs, Paris, 1985—1990. Board member Japan Solar Energy Society, Tokyo, 1985—2006, Japan Appld.

Physical Society, since 2001. Executive board member Tokai Branch Japan Appld. Physical Society, since 1987.

Board director member SHCP, Institute of Economic Affairs, Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1990—2000. Japanese representative Institute Cooperative Research Task 18 Advanced Glazing Materials, Paris, 1991—1997. Member selection committee Nagai Science & Technology Foundation, Nagoya, since 1997.

Selection committee member Chunichi News Paper Company, Nagoya, since 1997. Treasurer International Solar Energy Society, Freiburg, Germany, 1999—2000. Evaluation team member Organization University Evaluation, Minister Education, Science & Sport, Tokyo, 2002—2004.

Member Steering Committee World Conference Renewable Energy, Tokyo, 2004—2010. Member international advisory board Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers International Nanoelectronics Conference, Shanghai, 2007—2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in thin films nano engineering for optical functional, active & passive solar & environment friendly materials.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor 416 articles to science journals, 33 chapters to books.

Membership

Reformed Appld. Physical Lett.& Etc, American Physics Institute, Elsevier Company & Etc., 1990. Fellow: Japan Applied. Physical Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, opera, painting, butterfly collecting.

Connections

Married Takako Tanemura, October 29, 1977. Children: Yuka Hara, Hisa.

father:
Tatsumi Tanemura

mother:
Sadako Tanemura

spouse:
Takako Tanemura

child:
Yuka Hara Tanemura

child:
Hisa Tanemura