Tokushichi MISHIMA Edit Profile
Returned to his alma mater in 1920 as assistant professor and later concurrently was appointed professor at Naval Staff College in 1923. Was conferred a doctorate, Eng.D.(1928). Earned world-wide fame with his invention of strong magnetic steel (M.K. Steel), made from nickel and aluminum in 1981.Was sent to Europe for further studies (1935)，and upon return rejoined his alma mater as professor of metallurgy and alloy science (1938). He was the recipient of Imperial Academy award (1938) and Bimka Kunsho (Cultural Order) (1950). Resigned from above university due to age limit (1950) and then was an emeritus professor.