It is my honor to be awarded with RDT (Regional Design Team) Silver Prize in the “Contest for Sharp and Brilliant Ideas” by Hiroshima University. I hope my ideas will serve to realize a prosperous, bright future and vision for Higashi-Hiroshima City.
We have published a Japan Society of Civil Engineers (Coastal Engineering) Conference Journal Paper entitled “Seasonal Variabilities of Sea Surface Temperature and Salinity on Ibaraki Coast”, authors: Josko TROSELJ , Yuki IMAI , Junichi NINOMIYA , Nobuhito MORI.
I delivered a talk in the Japan Society of Civil Engineers (Coastal Engineering, JCCE) at 23 of October 2019. I enjoyed having many interesting discussions with colleagues as well as field trip to the DPRI Sakurajima Volcano facility. It was my first time ever being close to a volcano.
I delivered a talk in the Asia Oceania Geoscience Society (AOGS) conference from 28 July to 2 August 2019 in Singapore. I had many interesting discussions including with my ex coworkers from Kyoto University and several new colleagues from Hiroshima University. I gained a great new experience in the conference.
Mori Lab members, DPRI, Kyoto University
I delivered a talk in the International Conference on Water Resources and Environment Research (ICWRER) from 14 to 18 June 2019 in Nanjing, China. The conference was a great experience to me, I listened to many interesting talks and discussed about potential future research collaborations.
I participated in the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019 from 26 to 30 May 2019 in Makuhari Messe, where I delivered two talks. I enjoyed interacting and discussing with other researchers, including many of past co-workers from Kyoto University.
- Downscaling and Reanalysis of Coastal Current System on the Ibaraki Coast with Included Freshwater Impact
- Storm Surge Response to Freshwater Outflow from Typhoons on the Ibaraki Coast
From April 1, I moved to Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International development and Cooperation, as an Assistant Professor. My research topic will be Rainfall-induced and related river and ocean disasters, especially focusing on unprecedented disasters which have occurred in July 2018 in western Japan. I am happily looking forward for the new challenges which will be coming alongside with the new position.
On February 4, I presented a poster showing our working group progress on the SI-CAT Meeting in Odaiba Science Museum, Tokyo.
We have published a Japan Society of Civil Engineers (Coastal Engineering) Conference Journal Paper entitled “Coastal Current Downscaling Emphasizing Freshwater Impact on Ibaraki Coast“, authors: Josko TROSELJ , Yuki IMAI , Junichi NINOMIYA, Nobuhito MORI.
I will deliver a conference talk in JCCE 2018 in Tottori, Japan, on 15 November starting from 1.10 p.m., presentation 227.