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Curriculum Vitae

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Hisashi Kobayashi—Curriculum Vitae (December 2015)

Personal Data:
  • Date of Birth: June 13, 1938 (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Citizenship: Japan (U.S. Permanent Resident)
  • Residences:
    1177 Queen Street, Apt. 4601, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814, USA
    4-20 Bizen-machi, Bestel Bizen #404, Mito-shi, Ibaraki-ken 310-0024, Japan
  • University of Tokyo (April1957- March1963)
    B.E. Degree in Electrical Engineering (March 1961)
    M.E. Degree in Electrical Engineering (March 1963)
    M.E. Thesis: “Ambiguity Characteristic of Coded Pulse Radar.”
    (Advisors: Prof. Yasuo Taki, and Prof. Hiroshi Miyakawa)
  • Princeton University (September 1965 – August 1967)
    Ph.D. Degree in Electrical Engineering (August 1967)
    Ph.D. Thesis:” Representation of Complex-Valued Vector Processes and Their Applications in Estimation and Detection.” (Advisor: Prof. John B. Thomas)
Professional History: Toshiba Electric Co. (April 1963 – July 1965)

  • 04/1963-07/1965: Radar R&D Section, Toshiba Electric Co., Kawasaki, Japan.

  IBM Research Division (September – June 1986),

  • 09/1967-12/1970: Research Staff Member, Applied Research Department, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY.
  • 09/1969-04/1970: (on sabbatical leave from IBM) Visiting Assistant Professor, System Science Department, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.
  • 01/1971-12/1973: Manager, Systems Measurement & Modeling, Computer Science Department, IBM. T. J. Watson Research Center.
  • 01/1974-12/1980: Senior Manager, Systems Analysis & Algorithms, Computer Science Department, IBM. T. J. Watson Research Center.
  • 07/1975-12/1975: (on sabbatical from IBM) Visiting Professor, Electrical Engineering Department and Information Science Department, and Consultant for The ALOHA System Project, The University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • 01/1976-06/1976: (on sabbatical from IBM) Visiting Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Stanford University.
  • 09/1979-08/1980: (as Recipient of the Humboldt Prize, on sabbatical from IBM).Visiting Professor, Technical University of Darmstadt, West Germany.
  • 09/1980-12/1980: (on sabbatical from IBM) International Professor of Computer Science, Free University of Brussels, Belgium.
  • 01/1981-03/1982: Department Manager, VLSI Design, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center.
  • 04/1982-06/1986: Founding Director, IBM Japan Science Institute (now IBM Tokyo Research Lab.), on an international assignment from IBM Research.

  Princeton University (July 1986-June 2008)

  • 07/1986-06/2008: Sherman Fairchild University Professorof Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Princeton University.
  • 07/1991-6/2008: Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University.
  • 09/1991-05/1992: (on sabbatical from Princeton University) NEC Chair for Computers & Communications, University of Tokyo, RCAST (Research Center for Advanced Science & Technology).
  • 06/1992-08/1992: (on sabbatical from Princeton University) Short term visitor. Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, as a former awardee of the Humboldt Prize.
  • 07/1998-01/1999: (on sabbatical from Princeton University) Visiting Professor, University of Victoria, as a BC ASI Visiting Fellow.

  After Retirement from Princeton (July 2008- present)

  • 09/2008-03/2016: Senior Distinguished Researcher, National Institute of Information and Communication Technologies (NICT), Tokyo.
Other links and sources: Wikipedia: Hisashi Kobayashi

www.hisashikobayashi.com Hisashi Kobayashi’s Blog

ComSoc Spotlight, IEEE Comm. Magazine, July 1980.pp. 6-7. (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/tocresult.jsp?isnumber=23738)

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