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.
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.
I invented my third quote: “First understand the inside mechanism, then get the idea – 現知発想 (Chinese Traditional)”
I have asked two questions that I am curious about on Quora, does someone know the answer and/or have data to prove the answer? If so, we can have a possibility for research collaboration.
I will deliver a conference talk in Asia Oceania Geosciences Society 2018 in Honolulu, Hawaii on 8 June, session H22 starting from 11 a.m. in room 301.
Last week I presented my research progress on the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2018. For the first time ever I delivered an invited talk on a conference as well as total two talks as first author.
Invited talk: Complex & General: Session A-CG45
I have been honored to participate among 15 Japanese-based finalists in the science communication contest “Falling Walls Lab Tokyo 2018”, where I delivered a 3 minute talk about my recently developed innovative method to determine geometric stability of complex frames from Structural Mechanics. Experience acquired during the application process, preparing for giving the talk and science communication workshops organized by organizers is really invaluable and I wholeheartedly encourage anyone to participate in future editions of the contest.
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Photo credit: Natsuna Sakurai
I am proud and excited that I have been selected for participation as one of 15 speakers in the upcoming science communication contest “Falling Walls Lab Tokyo 2018”, which will take place on May 12 at The University of Tokyo. Attached are contents of my application.