Prof. Ken-ichi Kakimoto has been selected as a 2014 Richard M. Fulrath Awards winner of The American Ceramic Society.
Category：Award｜Publishing : May 21, 2014
Prof. Ken-ichi Kakimoto has been selected as a 2014 Richard M. Fulrath Awards winner of The American Ceramic Society. The Richard M. Fulrath Award was established in 1978 to mourn the death of the late Prof. Fulrath of University of California, Berkeley, who made a great achievement to technology exchanges in Ceramics Science and Engineering field between the United States and Japan. This award has been given to an individual from an academic category, an individual from an industrial sector of the United States and an individual from an academic category, two individuals from industrial sectors of Japan.
The academic category award is to give to a young researcher aged 45 or younger who has made a considerable contribution to academic progress and industrial development at a university or a public research institution.
Prof. Kakimoto has been selected as the 2014 award winner from the academic category.
For Nagoya Institute of Technology, he is the first winner of this award.
In October, 2014, the award ceremony and the commemorative symposiums will be held at Materials Science & Technology 2014 (MS&T 2014) in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Prof. Ken-ichi Kakimoto
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