Research Institute of Electoric Communication


Research Institute of Electoric Communication

, abbreviated RIEC, is a research institute for electronic communication affiliated with Tohoku University, Japan. It is one of the national collaborative research institute in Japan.

Outline

In September 25 1935, the institute was established as a research institute affiliated with the Facility of Electronical Engineering of Tohoku University because the importance of electronic communication research had got higher in Japan.The pioneer research, such as the development of the Yagi-Uda antenna and divided anode-type magnetron, laid the foundation of the institute.

It comprises four research divisions with 25 subsections (including 4 subsections allocated for visiting researchers), three research facilities with 13 subsections and one externally sponsored research division with 1 subsection. It is one of the national collaborative research institute in Japan.

Organization

Administration Office

General Affairs Group

*General Affairs Section
*Cooperative Research Section
*Library Section

Accounting Group

*Accounting Section
*Purchasing Section

People

ee also

*Tohoku University
*Institute for Materials Research
*Institute of Development, Aging and Cacer

External Links and References

* [http://www.riec.tohoku.ac.jp/index-e.html/ RIEC website]
* [http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/english/ Tohoku University website]


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