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 Japanese Society (Coastal) of Civil Engineers conference paper entitled “Coastal Current Downscaling Emphasizing Freshwater Impact on Ibaraki Coast”, authors: Josko TROSELJ , Yuki IMAI , Junichi NINOMIYA , Nobuhito MORI. Link: https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/kaigan/74/2/74_I_1357/_article/-char/ja/
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.