Akihiro Ito, fourth-year student in Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering, wins award from IEEJ Magnetics Society
At a conference of the Magnetics Society of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ) in March 2020, Akihiro Ito, a fourth-year student in the Electronics and Information/Communication Course in the Department of Electric and Electronic Engineering (supervisor Associate Professor Kengo Sugahara), was awarded the Society A Award.
Presentation title: "MAG-20-047: Development of Desktop NMR Devices Using Neodymium Magnets"
Kindai University: Akihiro Ito, Kengo Sugahara, Yasushi Kondo
Thamway Corp: Toshiyuki Sato, Hirokazu Tanaka
Mr. Akihiro Ito
Fundamentals and Materials Society (Society A), Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan
Society head: Takanori Yamazaki
(Representative announcement by Shibamoto, Secretariat)
Announcement of 2020 Excellent Presentation Award from Fundamentals and Materials Society
We thank you for your continuing support for the Institute of Electrical Engineers in Japan (IEEJ) and its activities.
The IEEJ is delighted to inform you that after careful consideration the Awards Committee has selected the presentation of your research paper entitled "MAG-20-047: Development of Desktop NMR Devices Using Neodymium Magnets" for the 2020 Excellent Presentation Award of the Fundamentals and Materials Society.