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Engineering educator

Tadashi Shibata, Japanese engineering educator. Member of Computer Society, Circuits & Systems Society, Institute Electrical Engineers Japan, Japan Society Applied Physics, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Electron Devices Society.

Background

Shibata, Tadashi was born on September 30, 1948 in Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan. Son of Toshiomi and Miyoko Shibata.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering, Osaka University, 1971. Master of Science in Materials Science, Osaka University, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, University Tokyo, 1984.

Career

Researcher Toshiba Corporation, Japan, 1974—1984, production engineer, 1984—1986. Associate professor department electronic engineering Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1986-1997. Professor department information and communication engineering University Tokyo, since 1997.

Visiting research associate Stanford University Electronics Laboratories, California, 1978-1980.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to science jours, chapters to books. Author, editor: (textbook) Introduction to Very-large-scale integration Technology, 1986. Inventor of SALICIDE, neuron metal–oxide–semiconductor.

Membership

Member of Computer Society, Circuits & Systems Society, Institute Electrical Engineers Japan, Japan Society Applied Physics, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Electron Devices Society.

Connections

Married Junko Nagamiya, February 9, 1975. Children: Natsuko, Megumi, Kenji.

father:
Toshiomi Shibata

mother:
Miyoko Shibata

spouse:
Junko Nagamiya

child:
Natsuko Shibata

child:
Megumi Shibata

child:
Kenji Shibata