Profile Tadashi Ohachi
|Birth day and place : September 27, 1941, Manchuria|
|Education||Graduated from Department of Electrical Engineering|
Faculty of Engineering, Doshisha University in. 1964
Finished the post-graduate course at the same University,
receiving the degree of Master of Engineering in 1966.
Doctor of Engineering from Doshisha University in 1975.
Solid State Ionics of Silver Compounds―Ionic and Electronic Properties of the High-Temperature Phase of Silver Compounds and Their Technological Applications
|Employment||Entered Doshisha University in 1966 as a research assistant|
Promoted to a lecturer of Doshisha University in 1969.
Promoted to associated professor of Doshisha University in 1974.
Promoted to Professor of Doshisha University in 1984.
Director at IRE Laboratory interface reaction epitaxy laboratory on February 12, 2012
Retirement from Doshisha University on March 31, 2012
Appointed as Professor of Emeritus of Doshisha University , and Part-timer research fellow at Research Center of Applied Electromagnetic Energy on April 1, 2012
‘Nano Structure Hybrid Devices aand their Properties’ at the Research Centre for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) of Doshisha University
‘Hybrid Nanostructured Materials and Their Applications’ at the Research Centre for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) of Doshisha
|Editorships||1989-date, Editor of Progress in Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials|
2004 Contribution prize for Japanese Association for Crystal Growth
2010 Honorable member of Japanese Association for Crystal Growth
|Academic Committees||2004-2010, Co-Vice President, International Organization of Crystal Growth(IOCG) |
2002-2004, President, Japanese Association for Crystal Growth
2001-2004, Treasurer, International Organization of Crystal Growth
1999-2007, Member of Commission on Crystal Growth and Characterization of Materials (CCGCM) in IUCr
1998-2001, General secretary, Organizing committee of International Conference on Crystal Growth-13 in Conjunction with Vapor Growth and Epitaxy-11 (ICCG-13/ICVGE-11)