ATG Star of the Week: Mikiko Tanifuji, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan

by | Oct 20, 2011 | 0 comments

This week’s profile comes from our 2011 Charleston Conference First Time Attendees list.  Mikiko will be presenting  a session titled “The Effect of the Earthquake and Tsunami on Libraries and the Conduct of Research and Publication in Japan” at the Conference on Thursday, November 3.  See program for details.

Name: Mikiko Tanifugi
Title: General Manager
Organization: National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan

Born and Lived: Born in Tokyo, Japan

Professional Career and Activities: Society Publisher for 17 years, Managing Director of Library for 5 years, Open Access journal publisher for 6 years.

Favorite Books: Dick Francis (missing him after his passing away)

Memorable Career Acheivements: Receiving a President Award for a gold open access journal publishing “Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM)” this year!

Goal I’d like to achieve five years from now: Provision of one-stop-archiving of research data extracts web services instantly, with easy interface and flexible management.

How/Where I See the Industry in Five Years: More journals, more papers will lead more vendors’ products, but still not ideal solution, but new type of vendors such as book store or mobile industry will join our world, that hopefully situmilate personal library on the web.

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