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Full Name: Wataru Kada

Nationality: Japan

OFFICE ADDRESS

1-5-1 Tenjin-machi, Kiryu, Gunma 376-8515, Japan.

Telephone: +81(277) 30-1721         Fax: +81(277) 30-1721

E-mail: kada.wataru@gunma-u.ac.jp

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

April 2010–Present: Full-time Post-Doctoral Fellow, Japan Atomic Energy Agency

April 2008–March 2010: Young Scientist Research Fellow (JSPS DC2)

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Engineering, Osaka University, March 2010

M.E. Engineering, Osaka University, March 2007

B.E. Engineering, National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Education, March 2005

April 2007–March 2010: 

 Doctoral Course, Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University

April 2005–March 2007:

Master’s Course, Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University

April 2003–March 2005:

Advanced Course in Mechanical and Electrical System Engineering,  Toyama National College of Technology

September 2000–August 2001:

 International Student Exchange Program  (Berufskolleg in Gedern, Nordrein-Westfarhlen, Germany)

April 1998–March 2003: 

General Course in Electrical Engineering,

Toyama National College of Technology

II-5. Awards

March 2010: Student Award, AESJ Kansai Branch

November 2010: Research Encouragement Award, AESJ Kanto Branch

 November 2011: JAEA Regional Director Award for Exploring Research

October 2012: JAEA Chief Director Award for Exploring Research

II-6. Patents

None

II-7. Activity in academic and public society

II-7-1.    Professional memberships

January, 2006–Present: Member, Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP)

May, 2007–Present: Member, Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ)

January, 2008–Present: Member, IEEE

March, 2008–Present: Member, Japanese Society of Radiation Safety Management (JRSM)

II-7-2.    Academic committee activities

None

II-7-3.    Invited talks and open seminars

Invited Talk at 1st International Symposium on Technology for Sustainability,

Bangkok, Thailand, 28 January 2012.

Title: Development of an Ion Beam-Induced Luminescence (IBIL) Analysis System for Observation of Chemical-structures in Micro-meter-sized targets.

Talk on an open Seminar at the 7th Takasaki Advanced Radiation Research

Symposium, Takasaki City Gallery, 12 October 2012.

Title: Distribution Measurement of Elements and Chemical States by Ion Beam-Induced Luminescence

II-7-4.    International collaborations and industry supports

Strategic Japanese-Croatian Cooperative Program on Materials Science of the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) and the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia (MSES). “Development of high-energy ion microbeam technology for novel applications of diamond”

Japanese Representative: Dr. Tomihiro Kamiya, Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Croatian Representative: Dr. Milko Jakšić, Ruđer Bošković Institute

Participated in exchange program and research activities as a main member