Kohji Kishio

             Emeritus Professor
             Department of Applied Chemistry
             School of Engineering
             The University of Tokyo

       Born    (1951 Nagoya City, Japan)


1974 B.S. Industrial Chemistry, The University of Tokyo 1976 M.S. Industrial Chemistry, The University of Tokyo 1976-81 Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University 1981 Ph.D. Northwestern University

     Appointments at UT

1981 Research Associate 1988 Lecturer 1990 Associate Professor 1993-95 Visiting Associate Professor (Kyoto University) 1996-17 Professor 2001-03 Vice Chairman, International Exchange and Program Committee 2003-05 Director, Cryogenic Research Center 2017- Emeritus Professor 2017-21 Visiting Scholar, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

     Academic Affiliations

Elctrochemical Society of Japan, Vice President (2008-2009) Applied Physical Society of Japan, Executive Director (2007-2008) Cryogenic Society of Japan, Member(Board of Directors) (2008-2009) Chemical Society of Japan, Physical Society of Japan, Ceramic Society of Japan Society of Non-Traditional Technology Materials Research Society, American Physical Society, Electrochemical Society

     Social Activities

Tonen International Scholarship Foundation, Counsilor, Trustee (2002 to present) Tokyo Big 6 University Cheering Party Association, Director (2004-2017) Athletic Foundation of the University of Tokyo, Director (2014-2017)


1994 Nissan Science Award (Nissan Global Foundation) 1999 Superconductivity Science and Technology Award (Society of Non-traditional Technology, Japan) 2004 The Best Paper Award (The Japan Institute of Metals and Materials) 2011 Fellow (Applied Physical Society of Japan) 2020 Achievement Award (Electrocemical Society of Japan) 2022 Emeritus Member (Applied Physical Society of Japan) 2023 Outstanding Contribution Award (Magneto-Science Society of Japan)

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