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Engineer , physicist , researcher

Satoru Shoji, Japanese physicist, engineer, researcher. Grantee, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2000-2004. Member of Japan Society Applied Physics, Optical Society of America.

Background

Shoji, Satoru was born on February 21, 1975 in Fukuyama, Japan.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Osaka University, Japan.

Career

Postdoctoral research fellow Japan Society Promotion Sciences, Osaka, 2000—2002, Fukuoka, Japan, 2002, Japan Science and Technology Corporation, Osaka, 2002—2005. Assistant professor Osaka University, since 2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of multi-times multi-beam interference laser fabrication method for mass production of three-dimensional photonic crystals. Patents for multi-times multi-beam interference laser fabrication method for mass production of three-dimensional photonic crystals. Discovery of optical spatial soliton formation and self-growing of micro-fiber structures in photopolymerizable resins.

Membership

Member of Japan Society Applied Physics, Optical Society of America.