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List of Tokyo Institute of Technology people

This is a list of notable graduates and faculty members of the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan.

Contents

  • Politics 1
  • Sciences 2
  • Engineering 3
  • Business 4
  • References 5

Politics

  • Naoto Kan - the 94th Prime Minister of Japan (2010-2011)
  • Yukio Hatoyama - former Assistant Professor, the 93rd Prime Minister of Japan (2009–2010)

Sciences

Engineering

Business

°lilik setijo, director , PT. Pan brother tbk, Indonesia

References

  1. ^ Hideki Shirakawa - Biographical The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2000, Nobelprize.org
  2. ^ Orii, Yuka (24 July 2012). "Full steam ahead for 93-year-old model train builder". Asia & Japan Watch. Japan: The Asahi Shimbun Company. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  3. ^ Carmakers owe success to warplanes - Military's brightest aircraft designers created Japan's automotive powers The Japan Times, Aug. 13, 2005
  4. ^ The History and the Biography of Jiro Tanaka (Detailed PDF document attached) (Japanese) - Japan Automotive Hall of Fame
  5. ^ From the Ki-74 to the Tama Electric Vehicles and the Prince Vehicles - Interview of Jiro Tanaka on Nov. 22, 1996 (Japanese) - The Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan (JSAE)
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