Toshiba Employee Receives 1906 Award from IEC
TOKYO— Toshiba electronic Devices & Storage Corporation is delighted to announce that Yoshinori Fukuba, a Senior Expert at its electronic Devices & Storage Research & Development Center, is a recipient of a 2020 1906 Award from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
The IEC is the world leader in evaluating and publishing international standards for electrical, electronic and related technologies. The 1906 Award, created in 2004 and named for the year IEC was founded, honors the work of experts around the world whose work is fundamental to IEC and the execution of its important mission. The Award also recognizes recent and exceptional achievements—a project or other contribution—related to IEC’s activities that contribute in a significant way to advancing the Commission’s work.
For the last seven years, Mr. Fukuba, a Senior Expert in the Package Solution technology Development Dept. at Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation’s Electronic Devices & Storage Research & Development Center, has been secretary of the IEC’s subcommittee on integrated circuit technology (TC47/SC47A). He has led the activities of the subcommittee, and evaluated and coordinated numerous opinions. He has also worked as liaison in IEC’s technical committee on Semiconductor packaging technology (TC47/SC47D). His notable contributions include the publication of highly regarded international standards for conditions for applying Semiconductor package thermal model to electronic design automation (EDA) software.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation will continue to contribute to the activities of the IEC.
Senior Expert, Package Solution Technology Development Dept.,
Electronic Devices & Storage Research & Development Center
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