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rehabilitation engineer

Shigeru Yamauchi, Japanese rehabilitation engineer. Grantee Nissan Foundation, 1980, 89, Asahi Glass Foundation, 1982, Tokyo Ohka Foundation, 1988.

Background

Yamauchi, Shigeru was born on March 30, 1940 in Zentsuji, Kagawa, Japan. Son of Shoichi and Rui (Manabe) Yamauchi.

Education

Bachelor in Engineering, University Tokyo, 1962. Master in Engineering, University Tokyo, 1964. Doctor of Engineering Tokyo, 1967.

Career

Research associate University Tokyo, 1967-1972, assistant professor, 1972-1974, associate professor, 1974-1985. Research associate Cincinnati University, 1967-1969. Director rehabilitation engineering Research Institute, National Rehabilitation Center for Disabled, Tokorozawa, Japan, 1985-1992.

Director research institute National Rehabilitation Center for Disabled, Japan, since 1992. Researcher in field; national representative International Commission Technology and Access, since 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Chief editor journal Energy Conservation, 1980-1984. Patentee enzyme embodied electrode.

Membership

Member Electrochemical Society Japan (general secretary 1987-1989, vice president 1992-1993), Chemical Society Japan, Electrochemical Society, American Chemical Society, American Ceramic Society, Society Rehabilitation Medicine, Society Calorimetry Japan, Japan Association Chemical Sensors (president 1989-1990).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Computer programming, chinese classic poems, history.

Connections

Married Mizue Mori, September 14, 1967. 1 child, Nodoka.

father:
Shoichi Yamauchi

mother:
Rui (Manabe) Yamauchi

spouse:
Mizue Mori

child:
Nodoka Yamauchi