Kiyoshi Kusabiraki

University of Toyama, Japan 0000-0003-3745-1756

Kiyoshi Kusabiraki was born on September, 1950. He received a B. Eng. degree from Toyama University (1973), M. Eng. degree from Tohoku University (1975), and D. Eng. degree from Tohoku University (1979). He served as a Research Associate since 1979 at Tohoku University. He also served as a Research Associate (from 1980 to 1996) at Toyama University and worked also as a Lecturer (1996-2000) and as Associate Professor (since 2000) at the same university. He is specialized in metallic physical properties, structural/functional materials, material processing/heat treatment. He served as a Member of The Japan Institute of Metals, The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan, The Japanese Society of Electron Microscopy. He also received the following awards: The Research Promotion Prize of Honda Memorial, "On the Study of the Structureof Molten Silicates by Mean of Infrared Emission Spectrometry", 1980, The Promotion Prize of Metallographic Contest (The Japan Institute of Metals), "Three-Dimensional Morphology of the Subscale Formed in an Fe-36%Ni Alloy Oxidized at High Temperature by a Newly Developed Organic Solvent System Dissolution Technique", 1999.

Biography Updated on 28 February 2011

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