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Harada

Prof. (Adjunct)
Dr.Eng.
Former Dean
NOBORU HARADA

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
Noboru Harada is Professor and Former Dean of Graduate School of Engineering. He received Dr.Eng. from Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo in 1983. He then worked as Research Fellow of the JSPS, Researcher of The Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Research Associate of The University of Tokyo in 1985, Assosiate Professor of The University of Tokyo in 1992, and Professor of The University of Tokyo since 1999. He was a Dean of the schoolf of Engineering and graduate school of Engineering of The University of Tokyo from April 2012 to March 2014. He is a Vice President and head of University-industry collaboration Division at The University of Tokyo since April 2014. His current research interest is urban planning and transportation planning. He has received “Encouragement Research Award” from The City Planning Institute of Japan (1983), “Encouragement Research Award” from Japan Society of Civil Engineering (1985), “The Best Paper Award” from The City Planning Institute of Japan (2012) and so on. He has published several Japanese textbooks.
Nishibayashi

Prof. (Adjunct)
Dr.Eng.
YOSHIAKI NISHIBAYASHI

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
FieldCatalytic Reaction Engineering
Ichiki

Prof. (Adjunct)
Ph.D.(Eng.)
TAKANORI ICHIKI

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
FieldNanobiotechnology
Received his M.S. and Ph.D degrees in Metallurgy from the Univ. of Tokyo in 1992 and 1995, respectively. He joined the Dept. of Electric and Electronics Engineering, Toyo University in 1995. In 2004, he moved to the University of Tokyo, and is an associate professor of department of bioengineering from 2006. He is currently working on the development of microsystems for bioanalysis.
Hirabayashi
Assoc. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng.)
YUKIKO HIRABAYASHI

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
FieldGlobal Hydroinformatics
From Tokyo, Japan
Yukiko Hirabayashi received her B.S. in Civil Engineering at the Shibaura Institute of Technology in 1999 and her M.S. and Ph.D in Civil Engineering at the University of Tokyo in 2001 and 2004. She joined the University of Yamanashi a research associate in 2004. In addition to her service at the University of Yamanashi, she spent two years as visiting scientist (JSPS postdoctoral program in abroad) at the Frankfurt University, Germany in 2007-2009. She joined the University of Tokyo faculty as an associate professor since December 2009. Her main research interest is modeling and predicting hydrologic cycle and water resources in global scale.

Research Lecturer
Ph.D.(Eng.)
TAKANORI AKAGI

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
Nakajima

Assis. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng.)
KAZUNARI NAKAJIMA

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
FieldCatalytic Reaction Engineering
Kazunari Nakajima received his Ph.D in Chemistry & Biotechnology at the University of Tokyo in 2013. He spent two years as JSPS research fellowships for young scientists (DC2) in 2011-2013. He joined the University of Tokyo faculty as an assistant professor since April 2013 (Nishibayashi laboratory).
Watanabe

Assis. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng.)
SATOSHI WATANABE

DivisionDepartment of Strategic Studies
FieldGlobal Hydroinformatics
From Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Satoshi Watanabe received his Ph.D in Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Tokyo in March 2012. He joined the University of Tokyo as an research assistant professor in April and assisant professor since 2012 since November 2012. His main research interest is projection of climate change on hydrologic cycle and water resources and their uncertainty by analyzing climate experiment data and various hydroclimatic data.
Terai

Prof., Director General
Dr.Eng.
TAKAYUKI TERAI

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldProjects
Takayuki Terai, Ph.D. is a professor at the Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management at the University of Tokyo, and director of the Institute of Engineering Innovation, the Graduate School of Engineering, at the University of Tokyo. He earned his PhD in engineering in 1983, from the University of Tokyo. He became an assistant professor at the Graduate School of Engineering in 1984, an associate professor in 1987 and professor in 1999. He was a visiting researcher at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (USA) from 1986-1987 and at the Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Center (Germany) from 1993-1994. Professor Terai’s research primarily focuses on material research for advanced energy systems and energy and environmental problems.
Ishihara

Prof. (Adjunct)
Ph.D.(Eng.)
TAKESHI ISHIHARA

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldNext Generation of Offshore Wind Turbine System
Suzuki_h

Prof. (Adjunct)
Dr.Eng.
HIDEYUKI SUZUKI

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldNext Generation of Offshore Wind Turbine System
Yamaguchi

Research Lecturer
Ph.D.(Eng.)
ATSUSHI YAMAGUCHI

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldNext Generation of Offshore Wind Turbine System
Nakajima

Research Lecturer(Adjunct)
Ph.D.(Eng.)
HIRAKU OGINO

DivisionDepartment of Project
FieldField
Hidaka

Prof. (Adjunct)
Dr.Eng.
Director of APET
KUNIHIKO HIDAKA

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldCenter for Advanced Power & Environmental Technology (APET)
Sakata

Prof. (Adjunct)
Ph.D.(Eng.)
Director of IPRC
ICHIRO SAKATA

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldInnovation Policy Research Center (IPRC)
Tabata

Prof. (Adjunct)
Dr.Eng.
Director of NRC
HITOSHI TABATA

DivisionDepartment of Projects
FieldNanophotonics Research Center (NRC)
Ikuhara

Prof.
Dr.Eng.
Director of the NERC
YUICHI IKUHARA

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldNano Characterization
Yuichi Ikuhara is Professor and Director of Nanotechnology Research Center, Institute of Engineering Innovation at University of Tokyo since 2003. He received Dr.Eng. from Department of Materials Sciences, Kyushu University. He then joined Japan Fine Ceramics Center (JFCC) in 1988, and was the Division Manager of the Microstructure Characterization Division at JFCC from 1993. In 1996, he joined University of Tokyo as an associate professor of Materials Sciences. He was a visiting assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University from 1991 to 1993. His current research interest is in interface and grain boundary phenomena, transmission electron microscopy (STEM, HREM, EDS, EELS), high-temperature ceramics, electroceramics, dislocations, bicrystal experiments, theoretical calculations, quantum device and so on. Dr.Ikuhara is author and coauthor of 410 technical papers in the field, and has more than 200 invited talks at international and domestic conferences. He has received “Humboldt Research Award” from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (2010), “Honda Frontier Prize” from Honda Foundation (2010) and so on. He holds a group leader position at JFCC and WPI professor at Tohoku University concurrently.
Ohya

Assoc. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng)
SHIMOBU OHYA

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldField
Ishikawa

Assis. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng)
RYO ISHIKAWA

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldNano Characterization
Tohei

Assis. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng)
TETSUYA TOHEI

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldTransmission electron microscope
Tochigi

Assis. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng)
TETSUYA TOCHIGI

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldTransmission electron microscope

Assis. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng)
LE DUC ANH

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldField

Research Fellow
Ph.D.(Eng)
AKIHITO KUMAMOTO

DivisionNano-Engineering Research Center (NERC)
FieldField
Yoshimura

Prof., Vice Dean
Dr.Eng.
Directore of ANCC
SHINOBU YOSHIMURA

DivisionAdvanced Nano Characterization Center (ANCC)
Shibata

Assoc. Prof.
Ph.D.(Eng.)
NAOYA SHIBATA

DivisionAdvanced Nano Characterization Center (ANCC)
FieldUltra-High Voltage

2003 Ph.D. in Engineering, The University of Tokyo.
2003-2004 JSPS Research Fellow Abroad, Visiting Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
2004-2007 Research Associate, The University of Tokyo.
2007- Assistant Professor, The University of Tokyo.

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Interface phenomena in oxides and nitrides.
Scanning transmission electron microscopy.
High-resolution analytical transmission electron microscopy.

Assoc. Prof.(Adjunct)
Ph.D.(Eng.)
KOSUKE YOSHIOKA

DivisionAdvanced Nano Characterization Center (ANCC)

Senior Research Fellow
Ph.D.(Eng.)
TAKAO MATSUMOTO

DivisionAdvanced Nano Characterization Center (ANCC)

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