DEDICATED to the loving memory of Professor Takehiko Takahashi Prof. Takehiko Takahashi was born on 24th April 1916 in Hamamatsu, Japan. After graduating from Tohuku University in 1941, he joined Nagoya University as a lecturer in 1944, since then he had continued there in various capacities. He had served as a Professor in the Department of Applied Chemistry since 1959 until his retirement in 1980. He had continued to serve Nagoya University and Aichi University as Emeritus-Professor until his death on 7 June 1995 due to heavy pneumonia. Prof. Takahashi's main research interest was applied inorganic electrochemistry, in particular solid electrolytes. Just to name a few of his achievements, he and his research associates have developed a highly conductive silver ion conductor Ag,SI and its family, copper ion conductors based on double salts of copper halogenides, and oxide ion conductors based on B&O,. He had published over 200 papers and edited a number of books. Most of his work has become a basis for several new solid state ionic devices. Prof. Takahashi has also made very important contributions to the scientific societies. He was a past President of the International Society for Solid State Ionics and a founding President of both the Solid State Ionics Society of Japan and the Asian Society for Solid State Ionics. The present Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Solid State Ionics will remain as a monument for his invaluable contributions to the field of Solid State Ionics in general, and to the Asian Society for Solid State Ionics in particular.
Solid State Ionics – Elsevier
Published: Jul 1, 1996
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