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educator , Information scientist

Shuichi Kato, Japanese information scientist, educator. Certified in biomedical engineering, neurophysiology.


Kato, Shuichi was born on September 4, 1943 in Agematsu, Nagano, Japan.


Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 1969. Master of Science, Chiba University, Japan, 1976. Division of Medical Sciences, Tokyo University, 1981.


Staff Development Center of Abilities, Seiko Company Ltd., Tokyo, 1971-1973. Visiting researcher Physiological Laboratory, Cambridge (England) University, 1981-1982. Visiting researcher department electronics and computer science University California, Berkeley, 1982-1983.

Professor faculty informatics Teikyo Heisei University (formerly Teikyo University of Technology), since 1988, professor Graduate School Information Science, since 1999, professor graduate School Health Science, since 2003. Lecturer department materials science Chiba University, 1989—2005. Pre-reviewer New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization Japan, since 2001.

Chairman board directors NPO Institute Intelligent Communications, 2003—2007, director, 2007—2009. Chairman board directors NPO Association Institute Intelligent Communications, since 2009.


  • Certified in biomedical engineering, neurophysiology.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Physiological Base of Creativity, 1988, Application of Microprocessor to Monitor and Conditioning during Sleep, 1979, Design of a Life Support Computer Network System for Aged People, 1998, Nonlinearity of the ABR frequency characteristic, 1998. Consultant editor Contemporary World Health Organization's World Health Organization, since 2002.


Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York Academy of Sciences, Physiological Society Japan (nominated International Educator of Year, International Biographical Centre Cambridge, 2003, Japan Society Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering, Japan Society Electroencephalogram and Electromyography, Institute Electronics, Information and Communications Engineers, Welfare and Medical Society Chiba (vice-chairman 2002-2006).