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Year of birth
Academic degree

President of the non-profit Center for Interdisciplinary Sciences (Japan)

Doctor of Natural Sciences, Distinguished Professor of the Central for Implementation of New Industrial Innovations of the Tohoku University (Japan)

General information

Leading scientist's research interests: Computer design of materials, development of methods for computations of phonon dispersion curves in crystals, development of new materials for hydrogen storage

Quote by the head of the laboratory: A very large number of works of theoretical and experimental nature are published by Japanese scientists only in Japanese. Publications appear abroad significantly later. But the Institute's researchers have received opportunity to promptly get acquainted with achievements of Japanese science.

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

2012 – Award for contributions to the Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science (Japan).

2007 – Prize of the Asian Consortium on Computational Materials Science (Japan).

2004 – General university research award from the IBM company (USA).

2004 – Scientific Prize for contributions to work of the Japan Institute of Metals.

2003 – Academic Award from the Japan Institute of Metals.

1994 – Scientific Prize from the Japan Information Center of Science and Technology (Japan).

1991 – Award from the Embassy of India

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