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Research paper : Analysis of synthetic approaches described in papers of the journal Synthesiology (N. Kobayashi et al.)−53−Synthesiology - English edition Vol.5 No.1 (2012) AuthorsNaoto KobayashiGraduated from the Department of Physics, School of Science, Kyoto University in 1973. Completed the doctorate course at the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University in 1978. Joined the Electrotechnical Laboratory, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Ministry of International Trade and Industry in 1978, and worked as director of the Planning Division, and director of the Quantum Radiation Division from 1997. Director of the Photonics Research Institute, AIST in 2001, and vice president of AIST in 2003. Professor of Center for Research Strategy, Waseda University since April 2009. Specialties are optical device engineering, semiconductor material engineering, quantum beam engineering, and theories of research strategy and evaluation. In this paper, conducted analysis of the papers of the information technology and electronic field and the nanotechnology, materials and manufacturing field, and offered thoughts and discussions on the elemental and overall synthesis methodology.Motoyuki AkamatsuCompleted the doctorate course at the Department of Administration Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Keio University in 1984. Doctor of Engineering. Joined the Industrial Product Research Institute, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Ministry of International Trade and Industry in April 1986, and worked as a senior researcher and the research group leader of National Institute of Bioscience and Human Technology. Leader of the Behavioral Modeling Group, Institute for Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, AIST in 2001. Professor (Cooperative Graduate School Program) of the Graduate School of System Information Engineering, Tsukuba University since 2002. Director of the Institute for Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, AIST in 2005. Also, concurrently works for the Center for Service Research, AIST since 2008. Director of the Human Technology Research Institute, AIST from 2010 to present. Specialties are human factors, service engineering, and science theory. In this paper, analyzed the papers in the field of life science (human technology) and the methodology for social introduction, and engaged in the discussions on overall synthesis methodology.Masahiro OkajiCompleted the doctorate program at the School of Science, University of Hokkaido in 1977. Joined the National Research Laboratory of Metrology (NRLM), Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Ministry of International Trade and Industry in 1977. Engaged in the R&D for material measurement technology. Worked on the development of laser interferometer system for thermal property measurement at the National Physics Laboratory, UK in 1983~1984. Head of the Cryogenic Materials Section Lab, Thermophysical Properties Division, NRLM since 1988, and engaged in the assessment of basic and material properties for high-temperature superconductive material, as well as the development of thermophysical standard reference materials. Research planning officer of NRLM in 2000. Deputy director of the Evaluation Department, AIST 2001. Head of International Research Cooperation, International Affairs Division, AIST in 2003. Program director, R&D Promotion Department, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization in 2006. Director of the National Metrology Institute of Japan, AIST in 2008. After working as the senior evaluator of the Evaluation Department and Research Planning Division of Standard and Metrology Field, joined the Chino Cooperation in October 2011. In this paper, was in charge of the section for metrology and measurement science field.Shigeko TogashiCompleted the doctorate course at the Graduate School of Science, Tohoku University in 1978. Joined the Geological Survey of Japan, Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Ministry of International Trade and Industry in 1978. Became director of the Earth Crust Chemistry Division from 1999. From 2002, worked as human resource development coordinator at AIST, director of the Institute of Geoscience, and director of the Institute of Geology and Geoscience. Senior evaluator of the Evaluation Department from 2008 to 2012 and emeritus researcher at present. Specialties are volcanic rock and earth crust chemistry. In this paper, was in charge of the section for geological survey and applied geoscience field.Koh HaradaCompleted the master’s program at the Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University in 1978. Worked as assistant of the Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University and special researcher at the Florida State University. Joined the National Institute for Resources and Environment in 1991. Leader of Earth Environment Assessment Group, Research Institute for Environmental Management Technology, AIST in 2001. Investigator of assessment planning at the Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2003. Director of the Research Institute for Environmental Management Technology, AIST in 2006. Director of AIST Tohoku in 2009. Specialties are earth chemistry and environmental sciences, and engages in the research of impact assessment of how human activities affect the material circulation in nature. In this paper, was in charge of the section for environment and energy field.Noboru YumotoCompleted the doctorate course at the Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University in 1983. Grant-in-aid researcher of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Faculty of Medicine, Kyoto University); Senior researcher of the Hayaishi Bioinformation Transfer Project, Research Development Corporation of Japan; and instructor at the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University (Department of Chemistry). Joined the Osaka National Research Institute in 1992. Director of

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