Professor Shogo Sakai

Department of Applied Chemistry
Faculty of Engineering
Gifu University
Yanagido 1-1
Gifu 501-1193 Japan

Shogo was a postdoc in Fargo from 1983-1984. He worked on projects such as the reaction of atoms (Si, C) with small molecules (water, ethane, ethylene). He sent a student, Hideyuki Hashizume, to spend a year in Ames in 2002, studying graphics.

Shogo and his wife Misato at Tofuku-ji in Kyoto, at the time of momiji-gari (maple viewing), November 2000.

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