- 姓名： Eiichi Takahashi
- 性别： 男
- 职称： 研究员
- 学历： 博士研究生
- 电子邮件： firstname.lastname@example.org
- 通讯地址： 广州市天河区科华街511号
I obtained my PhD in 1979 at Geology Department of Tokyo University under supervision of Prof. Ikuo Kushiro. After 2 years of PD in Geophysical laboratory (1979-1980), Carnegie Institute of Washington, I became assistant Professor at Institute for Study of the Earth’s Interior, Okayama University (1981-1988). Since 1988 until my retirement in 2017, I became a member of Earth and Planetary Science Department of Tokyo Institute of Technology (1988-2003 Associate Prof.; 2004-2017 Full Prof.) .
My research aim is to understand magma genesis and chemical geodynamics through intensive studies on mantle rocks, volcanic rocks and high-pressure experiments up to the lower mantle pressures. In Tokyo Tech., I built an experimental petrology laboratory (Magma Factory) that includes internally heated gas vessels (up to 0.9 GPa), piston-cylinders (up to 3.5 GPa) and Kawai-type multi-anvils (up to 50GPa). By the collaboration agreement between Tokyo Tech. and Chinese Academy of Sciences, I could move much of the experimental apparatus to the Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, CAS. My goal at GIG is to collaborate many scientists and young students and pursue further development of very high-pressure experimental studies in China.
I organized and lead following projects in Japan that includes; Japan-US joint research project on Hawaiian volcanoes using JAMSTEC ships and submersibles (1998-2002, Hawaiian Volcanoes, Deep Underwater Perspectives AGU Monograph vol.128), 21COE “How to build habitable planets” (2004-2008, MEXT Japan), Mega Research Project “Geofluid: Nature and dynamics of fluids in subduction zones”(2011-2016, MEXT Japan). I have received following honors; Clarke Award (1987, Geochemical Society), 文部科学大臣表彰科学技術者賞（2007, 日本国文部科学省）Volcanological Society Award (2015, The Volcanological Society of Japan), AGU Fellow (2016, American Geophysical Union), JpGU Fellow (2018, Japan Geoscience Union), 紫綬褒章（2018、日本国政府）.
1.Stability of hydrous minerals of Al-phase D and Al-phase H in deep subducted oceanic crust Xingcheng Liu, Kyoko Matsukage, Yu Nishihara, Toshihiro Suzuki and Eiichi Takahashi, American Mineralogist, 2018 in press.
2. Volcanism in Response to plate flexure, N. Hirano, E. Takahashi, J. Yamamoto, N. Abe, S.P. Ingle, I. Kaneoka, T. Hirata, J. Kimura, T. Ishii, Y. Ogawa, S. Machida and K. Suyehiro, Science, 313, 1426-1428, 2006
3. The chemical structure of the Hawaiian mantle plume, Zhong-Yuan Ren, S. Ingle, E. Takahashi, N. Hirano, T. Hirata, Nature, 436, 837-840, 2005
4. Subsolidus and melting experiments of K-doped peridotite KLB-1 to 27GPa: its geophysical and geochemical implications, W. Wang and E. Takahashi, J. Geophys. Res, 105, 2855-2868, 2000
5. Origin of the Columbia River Basalts: Melting model of a heterogeneous plume head. E. Takahashi, K. Nakajima and T.L. Wright, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 162, 63-80, 1998.
6. Speculation on the Archean Mantle: Missing link Between Komatiite and Depleted garnet peridotite, E. Takahashi, J. Gerophys. Res., 95, 15941-15954, 1990
7. Postspinel Transformations in the system Mg2SiO4-Fe2SiO4 and some geophysical implications, E. Ito and E. Takahashi, J. Geophys. Res., 94, 10637-10646, 1989
8. Melting of a dry peridotite KLB-1 up to 14GPa: implications on the origin of peridotite upper mantle, E. Takahashi, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 9367-9382, 1986
9. Melting of peridotite to 14GPa and the genesis of komatiite, E.Takahashi and C.M.Scarfe, Nature, 315, 566-568, 1985.
10. Melting of a dry peridotite at high pressures and basalt magma genesis, E. Takahashi and I. Kushiro, Amer. Mineral., 68, 859-879, 1983.