Fundamentals and Materials(code: A)

The Fundamentals and Materials Society (FMS) covers fundamental fields which are common to applications of electrical engineering, such as electric power and energy, electronics and information and systems, industrial applications, sensors and micromachines. The present activities of FMS, expressed in terms of its 12 technical committees, are Research and Education, Electromagnetic Theory, Plasma Science and Technology, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Pulsed Electromagnetic Energy, Electrical Discharges, Light Application and Visual Science, Instrumentation and Measurement, Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, Metal and Ceramics, Magnetics, and History of Electrical Engineering. Based on these fields, FMS aims to pioneer new fields and play a leading role in the development of IEEJ, especially by treating new technologies whose applications are still unclear and helping their growth until their applications become well-defined, and also by treating a wide range of fundamental leading technologies.

Technical Committees / Chairpersons
Frontiers in Education  / Masashi Ohchi (Chiba Institute of Technology)
Electromagnetic Theory  / Michiko Kuroda (Tokyo University of Technology)
Plasma Science and Technology / Hiroshi Akatsuka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Electromagnetic Compatibility/ Tsuyoshi Funaki (Osaka University)
Pulsed Electromagnetic Energy / Eiki Hotta (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Electrical Discharges  / Fumiyoshi Tochikubo (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Light Application and Visual Science / Yoshiaki Tsunawaki (Osaka Sangyo University)
Instrumentation and Measurement / Kazuo Tanabe (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)
Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation / Masayuki Nagao (Toyohashi University of Technology)
Metal and Ceramics / Akio Kimura (Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.)
Magnetics  / Ichiro Sasada (Kyushu University)
History of Electrical Engineering / Hiroshi Suzuki (General Electric International, Inc.)

Related Links (Technical Data)
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