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Name: Yasuo Izumi, Doctor of Science

Fields of study: Surface Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, X-ray Spectroscopy

Born at Nakano-ku, Tokyo

Lived at Fujieda-city in Shizuoka, Naka-gun in Tokushima, Tokushima-city, Suginami-ku, Toshima-ku, Bunkyo-ku in Tokyo, Suzuka-city in Mie, Sumida-ku in Tokyo, Menlo Park in California, Machida-city in Tokyo, and Chiba. Moving from the birth 18 times.

ORCID: 000-0001-8366-1864
Scopus Author ID: 7202179131

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Schools

Mar 1980 Graduated from Hanoura Junior High School, Tokushima

Mar 1983 Graduated from Jonan High School, Tokushima

Mar 1987 Graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry (Bachelor)

Mar 1989 Graduated from the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science, Department of Chemistry (Master)

Dec 1992 Left from the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Science, Department of Chemistry (Doctor course)

Feb 1993 Doctor of Science, the University of Tokyo, Active Structures of Supported Metal Cluster Catalysts and Multimetallic Reaction Mechanisms

Jobs

Apr 1989 Asahi Chemical, Suzuka Factory (until Mar 1990)

Dec 1992 Research associate, Department of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Sci & Engg, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Jun 1996 Monbusho (MEXT) Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University (until May 1997)

Apr 1998 Lecturer, Department of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Sci & Engg, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Apr 2002 Parttime Lecturer, Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Sci & Engg, Keio University (Concurrent, until March 2006)

July 2007 Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Chiba University

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Societies and activities

Apr 1995.4 - Mar 1998 Editorial member, The Surface Science Society of Japan

Jan 1999 - Dec 2001 Parttime secretary of Catalysis Society of Japan

Apr 1999 - Mar 2001 Event-planning member, Catalysis Society of Japan

Jul 2002 - May 2004 Editorial member of the Annual Review, Catalysis Society of Japan

November 2002 Reviewer, Petroleum Research Fund, Washington DC, USA

March 2004 - February 2015 Member of Research Group of Precise Surface Materials, Catalysis Society of Japan

June 2008 Reviewer, Junior Grant Project Proposal, Grant Agency of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

March 2009 - February 2011 Parttime secretary of Catalysis Society of Japan

June 2009 - Member of Research Group of Fuel Cell-related Catalysts, Catalysis Society of Japan

June 2011 -March 2013 Devision Referee of SPring-8 Proposal Review Comittee (Xb)

January 2012 - Devision Paper Reviewer of SPring-8 Proposal Review Comittee

October 2012 - January 2013 CONCERT-Japan(Connecting and Coordinating European Research and Technology Development with Japan project)「Efficient Energy Storage and Distribution」Reviewer of Proposals in the Field

April 2014 Photocatalysis for energy (Photo4E), IFPEN, France, Program reviewer

June 2014 2014 Fall Meeting of European Materials Science Society (E-MRS), Division "Inorganic nanoarchitectonics : from design and fabrication to sustainable solutions", Program reviewer

August 2014 - Document Review Member for Special Researchers and International Fellowship, JSPS

July - August 2014 'Physical and Analytical Chemical Sciences' panel, chaired by Professor Marco Daturi, the Starting Grant 2014 call for proposals, European Research Council Executive Agency

February 2015 Reviewer for Doctoral New Investigator Proposal, ACS Petroleum Research Fund

Apr 2015 -March 2017 Devision Referee of SPring-8 Proposal Review Comittee (Xa)

Society member number: Chemical Society of Japan (1850934400), American Chemical Society (30024475), Catalysis Society of Japan (087064), Japanese Society of Synchrotron Radiation Research (A961101), User Group of SPring-8 (1009), American Association for the Advancement of Science(05170966), Fuel Cell Club

Prizes

Jul 2000 Young Scientist Prize (Title: Oxygen Atom Radical Formation on the Sol-gel Molybdenum-Silica Catalysts Characterized by X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy) given from the 12th International Congress on Catalysis

Mar 2001 Fujino Prize 2000 of Tejima Foundation Awards (Title: Development of X-ray absorption spectroscopy combined with X-ray fluorescence spectrometry and the application to catalysis) given from Tejima Foundation

Sep 2001 Special Lecture Prize of Young Generation 2001 (Title: Site-selective observation by means of X-ray absorption fine structure combined with X-ray fluorescence spectrometry) given from the 80th Autumn Meeting of the Chemical Society of Japan

Jul 2008 4th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology 2008、Conference Paper Award(Title: Development of Micro-mesoporous Iron Oxide Materials for the Removal of Arsenic)(University of Western Ontario, Dr. Dilshad Masih)

Sep 2009 3rd Kanto Branch Meeting of Chemical Society of Japan, Student Lecture Award (Monitoring of structure during the assembly of {Mo(V)28Mo(VI)114} polyoxide by XAFS) Yu Mitani, Y. Izumi, T. Yamase

2009.10 Open Research 2009 Chiba University, President Prize, Development of Nanocomposite Catalysts of Extremely Highly Dispersed Platinum and Carbon for Fuel Cells