Member

Matsuoka Hideyuki, Dr.Sci.

Manager for Hitachi UTokyo Lab.; Senior Chief Researcher, Center for Exploratory Research, Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.

Data Policy Hitachi Human Resource Development Urban policies

In 1987, after completing his Master’s degree in physics in the Graduate School of Science, the University of Tokyo, he joined Hitachi. He worked on research and development in the field of semiconductor devices at the Central Research Laboratory. In 2004, he was appointed to the position of Department Manager of the ULSI Research Department. In 2005, he became Laboratory Manager of the Nano-System Laboratory in the Advanced Research Laboratory, and in 2011, he became General Manager of the Magnetic Materials Research Laboratory at Hitachi Metals, Ltd. Since 2013, he has been Senior Chief Researcher of the Research and Development Group and was appointed to his present position in 2016.

RELATED PROJECT

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Urban policy and evaluations/implementation of “Society 5.0”

A vision will be built to realize Society 5.0 aligned with the UN SDGs, UN NUA, and global warming countermeasure projects.
[Leaders of the research:Professor Deguchi Atsushi (The University of Tokyo) and Matsuoka Hideyuki (Hitachi)]

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Energy

The ideal form of energy system, particularly electric power systems that support data-driven society in Society 5.0 will be studied. The “Vision Goals”(proposals) of electric power systems which support Society 5.0 will be shared at the same time as efforts will be made to resolve technology challenges, policy, and system challenges which have been identified.
[Leaders of the research:Professor Yoshimura Shinobu (The University of Tokyo), Matsuoka Hideyuki (Hitachi)]

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Human Resource Development

This study will focus on initiatives for developing human resources capable of utilizing existing professional expertise and for promoting networking, under the umbrella of the theme; smart city.
[Leaders of the research:Osaki Shin, Professor Deguchi Atsushi (The University of Tokyo) and Matsuoka Hideyuki (Hitachi)]