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│ TOKUSHIMA │ NARUTO │ KAGAWA │ EHIME │ KOCHI │

 

TOKUSHIMA UNIVERSITY

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Associate

Kensuke Inai

 

Kensuke Inai completed a doctoral course (Doctor of Engineering) in Systems Innovation Engineering in the Graduate School of Advanced Technology and Science at Tokushima University. He then came to his current position after serving as an assistant professor in the Institute of Technology and Science at Tokushima University and working in Tokyo Electron. He is responsible for Tokushima University as a satellite office associate in the SICO.

 

 


 

I would like to produce new business from universities by leveraging my corporate experience.

 

I completed a doctoral course (Doctor of Engineering) in Systems Innovation Engineering in the Graduate School of Advanced Technology and Science at Tokushima University. After this, I served as an assistant professor in the Institute of Technology and Science at Tokushima University. Later, I joined Tokyo Electron. I carried out semiconductor manufacturing device component development and the development of techniques to measure/analyze contamination generation in the semiconductor process.

 

I intend to grasp the kinds of technology desired by companies in semiconductor-related fields and their needs from my experience of developing technologies in the private sector. I would like to work on industry, academia and government collaboration activities in the SICO by taking advantage of this experience.

 

The SICO is tackling business with the collaboration of the five national universities in Shikoku. We have established our headquarters in the Tokushima University (the base university) and satellite offices as coordination desks in each university. I am responsible for Tokushima University as a satellite office associate.

 

The SICO produces new business by accumulating the technologies/intellectual properties and researcher information of all these five universities in addition to Tokushima University and then matches operators (e.g. companies) to this. I am promoting the activities of the SICO to produce new business from companies in Tokushima that has originated in universities and to create lots of innovation from Tokushima University.

 

I will do my best to serve everyone, so I ask for your continued support of the SICO in the future.

 

tokushima university

 

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kochi university

 

 

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Contact Us

Executive Office of the Shikoku Innovative and Collaborative
Organization for Industry, Academia and Government (SICO)

 

2-1 Minamijosanjima Town, Tokushima City, Tokushima Prefecture (In the Tokushima University Industry, Academia and Government Collaboration Plaza

TEL:088-656-9702

FAX:088-656-7274

Mail:sico-office@tokushima-u.ac.jp

last updated:2017.03.07


TOKUSHIMA University

2-24 Shinkura-cho, Tokushima City, Tokushima Prefecture

http://www.tokushima-u.ac.jp/

TEL: 088-656-7023 (Direct line to the Associate)

 

Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, School of Nutrition and Bioscience, School of Health Sciences, School of Oral Sciences, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Advanced Technology and Science, Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, and Institute of Technology and Science

 

Tokushima University strives to provide education to support social development foundations in collaboration with industry-academia-government organizations as a base of an intellectual network connecting the regional community to the world and to enhance various functions as a base of research and culture. Together with this, Tokushima University contributes to the improvement and development of the regional community through opening up the university and providing lifelong learning support.

 

 

 

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