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Vice President for Institute Strategy

Isao SATOH, Vice President for Institute Strategy

Isao Satoh has been vice president for institute strategy at Tokyo Tech since October 2014.

Satoh earned a master's degree in mechanical engineering for production from Tokyo Tech in 1983, and later received a doctoral degree in the field of mechanical engineering from the Institute in 1989. He has been professor at Tokyo Tech since 2000, served as deputy head of the Research Strategy Office from 2008 to 2011, and was education and research councilor from 2012 to 2013. He has been director of the Research Center for Carbon Recycling Energy since 2013 and director of the Academy for Global Leadership (AGL) since its establishment in 2011.

Satoh's main field of interest is heat transfer, including heat transfer control for manufacturing and measurement techniques for heat and fluid flow.