Izumi Muto

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Izumi Muto (武藤 泉 Mutō Izumi?) born April 1963 in Gunma Prefecture, Japan, is a professor of Tohoku University and researcher of stainless steel. He is the author of some 67 patents concerning a metallic material and the anti-corrosive technology, that have various characteristics including various types of stainless steel.。[1] Hideo Muto who held Gunma University department of education chief by a mathematician is his uncle.

Carrier[edit]

  • Takasaki high school graduation in 1982.
  • Tohoku University engineering department graduation in 1986.
  • Tohoku University graduate school engineering postgraduate course (metallurgical engineering specialty) Master's course finish in 1988.
  • Nippon Steel entrance in 1988.
  • He belonged to steel research center, technical research part (since 1994, head boffin).
  • Tohoku University graduate school engineering postgraduate course (metallurgical engineering specialty) Doctoral course finish in 1998.
  • He assumed Tohoku University graduate school engineering postgraduate course practical professor in 2005.
  • He assumed Tohoku University graduate school engineering postgraduate course professor in 2014.

prize[edit]

  • Progressive prize in 1997 from Japan Society of Corrosion Engineering.
  • Technical development prize in 2004 from The Japan Institute of Metals and Materials.
  • Commemoration prize of science (Nishiyama commemoration prize) in 2014 from The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan by "study of localized corrosion of steel material".

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Researcher introduction