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Engineering educator

Shinji Nozaki, Japanese engineering educator. Achievements include patents for technique to reduce si autodoping during growth of Gallium Arsenide on Si. and for technique to fabricate a low-k dielectric and for technique to fabricate a large area light-emitting diode. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Engineering and Computer Science, American Physical Society, Materials Research Society.

Background

Nozaki, Shinji was born on September 16, 1953 in Otaru, Hokkaido, Japan. Son of Hideo and Yuriko (Tomoda) Nozaki. came to the United States 1976.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1976. Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, Wichita State University, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon, 1984.

Career

Senior device physicist Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, California, 1984-1992. Visiting associate professor Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1991-1993. Associate professor University Electro-Communications, Japan, 1993—2003, professor, since 2004.

Visiting scholar Nagoya Institute of Technology, 1988—1989, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1989—1991, University California, Berkeley, 1999—2000, CRMC2-National Center for Scientific Research, Marseille, France, 2001. Member advisory board Japanese Institution of Electrical Engineers, Tokyo, 1991—1998, member editorial board, 1992—1996. Board directors Nanoteco Corporation, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for technique to reduce si autodoping during growth of Gallium Arsenide on Si. and for technique to fabricate a low-k dielectric and for technique to fabricate a large area light-emitting diode.

Membership

Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Engineering and Computer Science, American Physical Society, Materials Research Society.

Connections

Married Kaori Maki, November 28, 1992.

father:
Hideo Nozaki

mother:
Yuriko (Tomoda) Nozaki

spouse:
Kaori Maki