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Dr. Kei Suzuki joined Hitachi Ltd. in 1989.
He has been engaged in several research area such as: LSI design methodology, sensor networks, Analysis of sensor oriented big data and its application, and social systems engineering.
He has been working with Hitachi since April 1997. He has been engaged in research and development in the areas such as critical infrastructure protection, service design for infrastructures and utilities including transportations, energy, and financial sectors, and smart cities. Doctor of Engineering in 2003 (Cryptography).
Joined Advanced Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd. in 2003 and joined the H-U Tokyo Lab. in 2017. He specializes in environmental functional materials, energy management, and renewable energy application for building equipment system. Professional Engineer of Japan (Chemistry, Comprehensive Technical Management).
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.