宮崎 久美子 教授

東京工業大学
イノベーションマネジメント研究科 
技術経営専攻

SPRU Honorary Professor (Sussex),
Ph.D.(Sussex), M.B.A. (INSEAD),
M.Sc.(Cambridge), B.A.(Oxford)

文部科学省宇宙開発委員会専門委員
文部科学省独立行政法人評価委員会委員
副会長 研究技術計画学会
会員  情報通信学会、PTC 日本支部、 PICMET
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Eメール: miyazaki.k.ae@m.titech.ac.jp
電話: +81 3 5734 3323
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宛先: 〒152-8550 東京都目黒区大岡山 2-12-1
東京工業大学
イノベーションマネジメント研究科

詳細バイオグラフィー

Kumiko Miyazaki is a Professor in the field of Strategic Management of Technology and S&T policy in the Graduate School of Innovation Management at Tokyo Institute of Technology. She has a degree in physics from Oxford, a graduate degree in computer science from Cambridge, an INSEAD MBA and a PhD in Science and Technology Policy from University of Sussex (SPRU, Science Policy Research Unit).

Kumiko Miyazaki has over ten years of experience in industry, working for companies such as Logica in the UK, Bell Northern Research in Canada, Schlumberger in Japan. She was manager of R&D policy at NEC prior to joining Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1995. She was a Visiting Professor at Portland State University in Oregon between March 2002 ~January 2003.

Her expertise includes development of innovative techniques to assess corporate, sectoral and national competences and technology strategies through the use of quantitative and qualitative methods. Her approach can be readily used for the appraisal of technological strategies in a range of high tech fields. She has written many articles and has presented her work at many international conferences. She is the author of "Building Comptences in the Firm, Lessons from Japanese and European Optoelectronics" (Macmillan, 1995).

Kumiko Miyazaki is a member of several advisory councils for the public sector, including the Space Activities Commission, the Evaluation Committee for Independent Administrative Institutions and the Aircraft Council for METI.

She is a member of IEEE (EMS), Japan Society for Science Policy and Research Management, Japan Society for Information and Communications Rsesearch (JSICR), Strategic Management Society and JASMIN.

She has been Honorary Professor of University of Sussex (SPRU) since 2000.