| Atsushi Murase
Big earthquake in eastern Japan leaves a scar, the result will also reinforce the idea that the energy crisis. Also has deeply affect the Japanese economy began to financial problems stemming from strong yen to the EU. Major changes are expected to support environment, including the Society of globalization. Prolonged deterioration in the economy, the industry seems to be increasingly requiring academic activities which may result in increased productivity and business continuity of essential technical innovation. There is also an opportunity to appeal to students that Information and Communication Technology will contribute the vital energy and power projects. This time, it submitted to the Planning Board recommendation to the honor, but I would like to contribute that IEICE would meet the needs of this great social change.
Graduated from Waseda University, Department of Electronics and Communication in 1981. The same year joined NTT Yokosuka Electrical Communication Laboratory. Since then, engaged in research and development of mobile communication systems to consistently develop FOMA 3G phones from the early days of car phones. Transferred to NTT DOCOMO in 1992. CEO of DOCOMO Communications Laboratories Europe GmbH in 2002, Managing Director of Research Labs, NTT DOCOMO in 2007.
Minister of Science and Technology Commendation Award 2008 (development department). Doctor of Engineering. Regular member of IEICE, IEEE Senior Member.