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Engineering educator , electronics executive

Satoru Yanabu, Japanese electronics executive, engineering educator. Recipient Significant Development awards Institution of Electrical Engineers of Japan, 1982, 88, Technology Book award 1991, Technology Paper awards, 1989, 92, Dyke award, 1998. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Institution of Electrical Engineers of Japan; member Current Zero Club.

Background

Yanabu, Satoru was born on July 15, 1941 in Gotsu-city, Shimane, Japan. Son of Shiro and Shukuko Yanabu.

Education

Bachelor of Engineering, University Tokyo, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Liverpool, England, 1981. Doctor in Engineering, University Tokyo, 1990.

Career

Section manager High Power Laboratory, Kawasaki, Japan, 1976-1984. Senior manager High Voltage and High Power Laboratory, Japan, 1984-1990, Transmission and Substation Engineering Department, Tokyo, 1990-1993. Senior fellow Heavy Apparatus Engineering Laboratory, Kawasaki, 1993-1994, general manager, 1994-1997.

Technical executive power system Toshiba Corporation, Tokyo, 1997-1999, general manager technical planning and coordination division, 1996-1998, chief fellow Kawasaki, since 1998. Professor department telecommunications training Tokyo Denki University, 2000. Visiting professor Nagoya (Japan) University, since 1990, University Doshisha, Kyoto, Japan, 192-93, University Liverpool, since 1996, Kushu University, since 1997.

Visiting fellow University Tokyko, since 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to scientific journals.

Membership

Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Institution of Electrical Engineers of Japan. Member Current Zero Club.

Connections

Married Sanae Nishikawa, September 28, 1965. 3 children.

father:
Shiro Yanabu

mother:
Shukuko Yanabu

spouse:
Sanae Nishikawa