An interview with Tsugumi Seki, Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering, is now available on “Women with Sparkle”.
Tsugumi Seki, Assistant Professor at Tohoku University Graduate School of Engineering, has been featured in “Women with Sparkle”, a collection of interviews with female researchers shining in the field of engineering.
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Dr. Seki was exposed to nature from an early age and went on to study science. At Tsuruoka National College of Technology, she was involved in the development of new ways to use Fukushima silk, which had suffered from harmful rumours in relation to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident in 2011. She then went on to study at the Graduate School of Environmental Studies at Tohoku University, where she worked as a Tohoku University Science Angel (a group of female graduate students), started a family, and is now working on research into the disposal of radioactive waste. This is a good read for junior and senior high school students who are confused about their career choices.
Assistant Professor Tsugumi Seki
Department of Quantum Energy Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University
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