Naohiro Shichijo is a professor in Tokyo University of Technology (TUT) and director of Center of Institutional Research. Before joining TUT, he served as a unit leader in the National Institute for Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP), S&T Foresight Centre and conducted 10th national Science and Technology Foresight. Before joining NISTEP in 2012, he was an associate professor of The University of Tokyo (2006-2010), and Waseda University (2010-2012). He received his Ph.D degree of engineering from the University of Tokyo. Currently he has two positions in governmental organizations (Senior policy adviser at National Cabinet Office, Council for Science and Technology and Innovation, and visiting fellow at NISTEP). His research interests include Science & Technology Foresight, Technology Management, Innovation Management, among others. He has published articles in major refereed journals and academic proceedings both in engineering and management such as Research Policy, International Journal of Innovation Management, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management.
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