We have published an Original Research Article in the Frontiers in Marine Science (Impact Factor 3.661), with topic entitled “Dynamical Downscaling of Coastal Dynamics for Two Extreme Storm Surge Events in Japan”. Our modeling approach is helpful in understanding and assessing shoreline changes and damages on the associated coastal aquaculture and applicable for climate change impact assessment, in which context it can ultimately serve as a guideline for developing adaptation policies. The Article is Open Access.
Authors: Joško Trošelj, Junichi Ninomiya, Satoshi Takewaka and Nobuhito Mori.
I added a new Tab “Research Interests (Let’s think)” on the top menu, where my research interests are described in five categories: (1) Hydrology, (2) Coastal and Ocean Engineering, (3) Biophysics (Biohydrodynamics), (4) Structural Mechanics and (5) Psychology. Each of these research interests are explained in more details, with references to my past contributions and calls for possible collaborations from the particular research interest.
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.
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.
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.
From April 1, I moved to Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International development and Cooperation, as an Assistant Professor. My research topic will be “Development of Early Warning System for real-time forecasting of 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.