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Chemical engineer

Tadahiro Inazumi, Japanese chemical engineer. Certified PE JP (metallurgy), 2003, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation engineer (chemical), 2005. Recipient Commendation of the Minister of State for Science and Technology, Japan, 1994. Member Iron and Steel Institute Japan (Tawara prize 1994, Sawamura prize 1996), Japan Institute of Metals (The Technology Award 1994), Resources Processing Society of Japan (auditor).

Background

Inazumi, Tadahiro was born on October 4, 1940 in Sanda, Japan. Son of Kazuo and Mitsuko (Toda) Inazumi.

Education

Bachelor in Engineering, Tokyo University, 1964. Master in Engineering, Tokyo University, 1966. Doctor of Engineering, Tokyo University, 1975.

Career

Researcher Fuji Iron & Steel Company, Sagamihara, Japan, 1966-1972. From manager Nagoya and superintendent Oita to principal researcher Nippon Steel Company, Futsu, Japan, 1972-1995. Secretary general Japan.

Company Overseas Iron and Steel Raw Materials, Tokyo, 1995—2003. Associate guest researcher, department mining, university museum University Tokyo, since 2004. Executive counselor Kyohzai Kogyo Company, 2004.

Achievements

  • Certified PE JP (metallurgy), 2003, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation engineer (chemical), 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Iron Ore Sinter, 2000. Co-author: Mineral Technology, 1976.

Membership

Member Iron and Steel Institute Japan (Tawara prize 1994, Sawamura prize 1996), Japan Institute of Metals (The Technology Award 1994), Resources Processing Society of Japan (auditor).

Connections

Married Kiyoe Mato, May 10, 1970. Children: Tomoko, Hiroko, Yoko.

father:
Kazuo Inazumi

mother:
Mitsuko (Toda) Inazumi

spouse:
Kiyoe Mato

child:
Tomoko Inazumi

child:
Hiroko Inazumi

child:
Yoko Inazumi