Kei Eguchi

Kei Eguchi was born in Saga, Japan in 1972. He received the B.Eng., the M.Eng., and the D.Eng. degree from Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan in 1994, 1996, and 1999, respectively. His research interests include nonlinear dynamical systems, intelligent circuits and systems, and low-voltage analog integrated circuits. From 1999 to 2006, he was an Associate Professor and a Lecturer in Kumamoto National College of Technology. From 2006 to 2012, he was an Associate Professor in Shizuoka University. In 2012, he joined the faculty of Fukuoka Institute of Technology, where he is now a Professor. Prof. Dr. Eguchi received ICICIC2017 Best Paper Award, 2016 Institute of Industrial Applications Engineers Award, 2016 Contribution Award of Japan Society of Technology Education, ICICIC2016 Best Paper Award, ICEEI2016 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, ICEESE2016 Best Presenter Award, Best Presentation Award in ICIAE2016, ICSGC2015 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, ICACTE2015 Excellent Paper Award, ICIC International Contribution Award, ICIAE2015 Best Presentation Award, Session Best Paper in IPECE15, Session Best Paper in ICEECE2015, ICPEE2014 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, iCABSE2014 Excellent Paper Award, KKU-IENC2014 Outstanding Paper Award, ICEEN2014 Excellent Paper Award, JTL-AEME2013 Best Paper Award, ICTEEP2013 Best Session Paper Award, 2010 Takayanagi Research Encourage Award, 2010 Paper Award of Japan Society of Technology Education, ICICIC2009 Best Paper Award, and ICINIS2009 Outstanding Contribution Award. He is a president of the Intelligent Networks and Systems Society and a senior member of IEEJ, IRED, EACEEE, SAISE, and APCBEES.

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This book reports the latest developments and trends in "clean energy systems and experiences". The contributors to each chapter are energy scientists and engineers with strong expertise in their respective fields. This book offers a forum for exchanging state of the art scientific information and knowledge. As a whole, the studies presented here reveal important new directions toward the realization of a sustainable society.

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