21 years at Gartner
31 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Takashi Ogawa, Ph.D., is a Research Vice President with Gartner Research's semiconductor manufacturing team. Mr. Ogawa is responsible for the research and analysis of semiconductor manufacturing equipment market trends in the IC industry, focusing on the etch and deposition equipment market. Also, he is recently focusing on research on augmentation of operational technologies with IoT in semiconductor manufacturing and impacts of artificial intelligence in electronics on the semiconductor industry.
Areas of Coverage
Takashi Ogawa's Recent Gartner Activity
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Ogawa worked as a researcher and engineer in the Electronics Division of Sumitomo Metal Mining for 11 years and was engaged in many engineering projects, ranging from semiconductor materials to IC packaging technology. He also worked as a member of several investigation committees of the Japan Electronic Industry Development Association (presently JEITA) for seven years. In 2006, he was appointed a member of strategy council for silicon and compound semiconductor material industry by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in Japan.
Sumitomo Metal Mining, Electronics Division, Researcher and Engineer, 11 years
A member of strategy council for silicon and compound semiconductor material industry by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in Japan (2006)
B.S., Physics, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo
Certificate for Executive Management of Technology Program with CICOM scholarship, MIT Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts
M.B.A., Bond University, Australia
M.S., Physics, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo
Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Tsukuba, Tokyo