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statistics educator

Tadakazu Okuno, Japanese statistics educator. Recipient Ouchi prize Japanese Association of Statistics, Tokyo, 1968; Deming prize Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers, Tokyo, 1969. Member Statistical Council Japanese Government, Tokyo, since 1977.

Background

Okuno, Tadakazu was born on April 21, 1922 in Osaka, Japan. Son of Seizo Himoto and Katu Okuno.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tokyo, 1944, Master of Science, 1946. D.S., Kyushu University, 1962. Head Experimental Design Laboratory National Institute Agricultural Science, Tokyo, 1954-1973, director Department Physics and Stats, 1973-1975.

Professor statistical engineering University Tokyo, 1975-1983. Professor applied statistics Science University Tokyo, 1983-1985. Vice president International Statistical Institute, The Hague, 1977-1979, dean Faculty Engineering, since 1985.

Council member Biometri Society, 1975-1978. Secretary general XIIth International Biometric Conference, 1984.

Career

Head Experimental Design Laboratory National Institute Agricultural Science, Tokyo, 1954-1973, director Department Physics and Stats, 1973-1975. Professor statistical engineering University Tokyo, 1975-1983. Professor applied statistics Science University Tokyo, 1983-1985.

Editor: Statistical Tables & Formulas, 1972.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Statistical Tables & Formulas, 1972. Handbook of Applied Statistics, 1976. Author: Multivariate Analysis, 1973.

      Design of Experiment, 1974.

Membership

Member Statistical Council Japanese Government, Tokyo, since 1977.

Connections

Married Chieko Sasaki, October 10, 1955. Children– Hiroshi, Makoto.

father:
Seizo Himoto

mother:
Katu Okuno

spouse:
Chieko Sasaki

children:
Hiroshi Okuno

Makoto Okuno