Haruhiko SHINTANI received his BS degree in Faculty of Engineering at Kyoto Univ. in 2003. He received his MS degree in Graduate School of Energy Science at Kyoto Univ. in 2005, then entered Panasonic Corporation. He developed performance, durability and mass production methods of membrane-electrode assembly (MEA) for ENE-FARM. In 2012, he started to study durable catalyst support materials using conductive ceramics as a Ph.D. student at Yamanashi Univ. Then, he received his Ph.D. in 2014. During this period he studied under Prof. H. A. Gasteiger at Technical Univ. of Munich for a year. Since 2014 he is leading the R&D of innovative technologies for MEA. He hopes to contribute the realization of "hydrogen economy" throuh his development.