Akira Fujishima Chairman, Kanagawa Academy of Science & Technology



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Akira Fujishima
Chairman, Kanagawa Academy of Science & Technology

KSP West 614, 3-2-1 Sakado, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 213-0012, Japan

Tel: +81-44-819-2020 Fax: +81-44-819-2038

E-mail: fujishima@newkast.or.jp



Professor Fujishima was born in 1942 in Tokyo. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry at the University of Tokyo in 1971. He taught at Kanagawa University for four years and then moved to the University of Tokyo, where he became a Professor in 1986.

In 2003, he retired from this position and took on the position of Chairman at the Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology. His main interests are in photocatalysis, photoelectrochemistry and diamond electrochemistry.
Curriculum Vitae
Name Akira Fujishima

Date of Birth March, 1942

Nationality Japanese

Present Position Chairman, Kanagawa Academy of Science & Technology

Address KSP West 614, 3-2-1 Sakado, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 213-0012, Japan

Tel: +81-44-819-2020 Fax: +81-44-819-2038

E-mail: fujishima@newkast.or.jp

Academic Qualifications

B. Eng. Yokohama National University 1966

Ph D. The University of Tokyo 1971

Appointments

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Kanagawa University 1971-1975

Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo 1975-1978

Associate Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo 1978-1986

Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo 1986-2003

President of the Chemical Society of Japan 2006-2008

Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo 2003-present

Chairman, Kanagawa Academy of Science & Technology 2003-present

Special University Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo 2005-present

A Member of Academiae Europaeae 2009-present



Main Awards

*Asahi Award form the Asahi Shinbun newspaper 1983

*Award for Research Excellence from The Electrochemical Society of Japan 1987

*Harushige Inoue Award (for technical innovation) 1998

*Innovations in Real Materials Award 1998

*Award of the Electrochemical Society of Japan 1999

*Award of the Chemical Society of Japan 2000

*The Heinz Gerischer Award (of the European Section of the Electrochemical Society) 2003

*The Medal with a Purple Ribbon 2003

*The Japan Prize 2004

*The Japan Academy Prize 2004

*National Commendation for Invention Award 2006

*Kanagawa Culture Award 2006
Research Interests

*Photoelectrochemistry *TiO2 Photocatalysis *Photofunctional Materials



*Diamond Electrochemistry
Original papers : 752

Review papers : 440

Patents : 280


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