IEEE Nagoya Section History

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IEEE Nagoya Section History
Established date 1998-11-14
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The Nagoya Section is located in Region 10, and is represented at the Japan Council.

The section was formed on 14 Nov 1998.

Chapters[edit | edit source]

The IEEE microwave theory and techniques chapter was established in May 2010.

Milestones[edit | edit source]

In April 1929, the Yosami Station established the first wireless communications between Japan and Europe with a long wave operating at 17.442 kHz. The station is commemorated by an IEEE Milestone.

The museum houses much of the original generating and frequency doubler equipment, along with a 25m section of original masting of the 8 towers.

Officers & Representatives[edit | edit source]

Nagoya Section Officers
Year Chair Vice chair Secretary Treasurer
2001 Yasuyoshi Inagaki Takashi Katagi Hitoshi Okubo Akira Iwata
2002 Yasuyoshi Inagaki Takashi Katagi Hitoshi Okubo Akira Iwata
2003 Shigeru Okuma Motoo Mizusawa Osamu Fujiwara Masayuki Nagao
2004 Shigeru Okuma Motoo Mizusawa Osamu Fujiwara Masayuki Nagao
2005 Osamu Fujiwara Shin-Ic Betsudan Masayuki Nagao Masaaki Katayama
2006 Osamu Fujiwara Shin-Ic Betsudan Masayuki Nagao Masaaki Katayama
2007
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Hitoshi Okubo
Kenji Nakayama
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Takeshi Furuhashi
Yukio Mizuno
2008 Hitoshi Okubo Kenji Nakayama Takeshi Furuhashi Yukio Mizuno
2009 Masayuki Nagao Shigeru Makino Satoshi Iwata Nobuyoshi Kikuma
2010 Masayuki Nagao Shigeru Makino Satoshi Iwata Nobuyoshi Kikuma
2011 Akira Iwata Tetsuo Hirota Kenji Mase Hirofumi Takikawa
2012 Akira Iwata Tetsuo Hirota Kenji Mase Hirofumi Takikawa
2013 Kenji Mase Toshikazu Hori Yukio Mizuno Naohiro Hozumi
2014 Kenji Mase Toshikazu Hori Yukio Mizuno Naohiro Hozumi
2015 Takeshi Furuhashi Shigeaki Aoki Yutaka Ishibashi Mitsuo Fukuda
2016 Takeshi Furuhashi Shigeaki Aoki Yutaka Ishibashi Mitsuo Fukuda
2017 Yutaka Ishibashi Masato Miyoshi Shinji Doki Hideyuki Uehara
2018 Yutaka Ishibashi Masato Miyoshi Shinji Doki Hideyuki Uehara
2019 Naohiro Hozumi Kenji Nakazawa Jun Sato Naoki Hayakawa
2020 Naohiro Hozumi Kenji Nakazawa Jun Sato Naoki Hayakawa
2021 Masaaki Katayama Suehiro Shimauchi Naoki Uchiyama Shinji Yasui

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