Tatsujiro Suzuki was the Vice Chairman of Japan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) of the Cabinet office from January 2010 to March 2014. Until then, he was an Associate Vice President of the Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry in Japan (1996-2009) and Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Public Policy, the University of Tokyo (2005-09), an Associate Director of MIT’s International Program on Enhanced Nuclear Power Safety from 1988-1993 and a Research Associate at MIT’s Center for International Studies (1993-95) where he co-authored a report on Japan's plutonium program. Suzuki advocates that the Japanese government should consider fundamental changes in their current nuclear energy policies. He is a member of Executive Committee and Council of Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs (2007-09 and from 2014~). He has a PhD in nuclear engineering from the University of Tokyo (1988).
Nuclear energy, Nuclear issues in Japan
Policy Brief No 49 - Ending Fissile Materials Production: A Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty and Beyond , December 4, 2017
Policy Brief 34 - Japan’s Nuclear Safety Governance after Fukushima , February 24, 2017
India-Japan Agreement on Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy: Worse than expected, please do not ratify , November 25, 2016
A Proposal for Northeast Asia Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone: Confidence Building and Regional Security without Nuclear Umbrella , East Asia Foundation , May 19, 2016
US President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima: Its implications and Expectations , RECNA , May 13, 2016