About JUSE: JUSE Organization Structure
The Union of Japanese Scientists and Engineers (JUSE) was established in May 1946, and was consolidated in 1962 under the jurisdiction of the Science and Technology Agency (now, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) of the Japanese Government to cope with the rapid advancement of society.
JUSE was established with the objective to promote systematic studies needed for the advancement of science and technology, whereupon to contribute to the development of culture and industory.
The field of science and technology that JUSE has been involved in since its establishment belongs to the Soft Technology where the mathematical and statistical methods can be applied to the corporate management. Especially, the quality control has been the primary subject of JUSE and great efforts have been bent to the development and dissemination of the technology. Today, JUSE is widely known in and out the country as a "Center of Quality Control in Japan". JUSE has managed the Deming Prize, which has been well known in the field of the Total Quality Management. Moreover, we are a member of the sponsor group of the Campaign "Quality Month" in November in Japan. During recent years, more than 20,000 people including 500 of senior managers from enterprises have been taking part in our Education and Training Courses in the fields below every year that is one of our main activities.
- 1. Quality Management, QC Circle
- 2. Reliability Engineering
- 3. Multivariate Analysis, Design of Experiment
- 4. Marketing Analysis, Sensory Evaluation, Products Liability
- 5. ISO Management System(QMS, EMS), OHSMS, ISMS and others.
The membership of JUSE comprises only corporate members, as it accepts no individual members. Besides many corporations in the manufacturing industry, enrollment of those in the construction and service industries is increasing recently.
COLLABORATORS (COMMITTEE MEMBERS & LECTURERS)
Selected upon the proposal of the committee and requested by the president of JUSE among those who work in the related field of academic, industrial and governmental institutes. The collaborators belong to the technical research committee and / or administrative committees, and serve as lecturers of the training courses, editing committee members, article contributors or the magazines, etc.
Introduction to JUSE
Shinjuku Dai-ichi Seimei Bldg. 4F, 2-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0704
1-2-1 Koenji-Minami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo 166-0003
JRE Dojima Tower 11F, 2-4-27, Dojima, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi 530-0003
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