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Kiyomichi Araki

The terrible earthquake in east Japan and the accident of Fukushima nuclear power plant in 2011 inquire us a role and limitation of ICT technologies for our modern society. Also the IEICE changed to a corporation in April of 2012, gaining a new scheme for academic activities. Moreover, it is more than 10 years ago that the IEICE started a 4 society system. I believe that now we need a thorough review of organization and activity in the IEICE in order to progress sustainedly the IEICE as a leading academic institution of the ICT technologies in Japan, Asia and World, and a role of treasurer is important for supporting these innovative actions.

He received the Ph.D degree from Tokyo Institute of Technology. From 1985 to 1995, he was an associate Professor at Saitama University, Japan. Since 1995 he has been a Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology. His research interests are in microwave circuit, electromagnetic field analysis, information security, coding theory, wireless communication, software-defined radio, etc. He received the young Researchar's Award, best paper award from IEICE. He was a chair of microwave engineering group and microwave simulator group, and is a president of the electronics society and a fellow of IEICE


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