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Yoshinori Suematsu
Associate professor
Director of Solar Science Observatory and SOLAR-C project
2-21-1 Osawa, Mikata, Tokyo 181-8588, Japan

Birth Place, Country:
Yukuhashi, Japan

Academic Details:
PhD (Kyoto University, Numerical Hydrodynamics of the Jet Phenomena in the Solar Atmosphere, July 1985)

Career overview:
• Assistant professor, Shiga University
• Assistant professor, NAOJ
• Associate professor, NAOJ
• Director of Solar Science Observatory and SOLAR-C Project, NAOJ

Current research/ job focus:
• Observational study of the origin and mechanism of solar magneto-dynamic phenomena in the solar upper atmosphere
• Development of space-borne solar instruments
• Development of integral field spectroscopy and near IR narrow passband tuneable filter for large aperture solar telescopes

Area of expertise:
Solar physics, Solar instrumentation

Area of interests:
Magnetohydrodynamics, Optics

WP6.1 Improvement of techniques. This aims at the improvement of image slicers for 2D spectroscopy as these are integral field units and performance of the prototypes need to be improved for EST

What motivated you to choose your field of study/ your professional field?
The Sun’s phenomena are beautiful, fascinating and mysterious. Research profile (e.g. ORCID ID, Web of Science, ResearchGate):
ORCID ID: 0000-0003-4452-858X