DPRI annual meeting has been held on February 21 and 22, 2017.
- Sayama-sensei made an oral presentation on the topic of “リアルタイム浸水ハザードマッピング実現に向けた現地浸水情報の同化技術”.
- Florence-sensei made a poster presentation on the topic of”Reviving Intangible Cultural Heritage in Disaster Affected Communities* Benefits and Limitations-Case Study of Ogatsu”.
- Students from our lab also made presentations, the details are as follow:
Hendy Setiawan “Assessment of the 2016 Minami-Aso Landslide in Kumamoto Prefecture Based on LiDAR Data and Numerical Simulation”
Hendy Setiawan–san won the Best Presentation Award! Congratulations~~~
Han Xue “Estimation of Non-point Source pollution in the Pingqiao River Basin of China based on a Spatial Source Hydrograph Separation Approach”
Toma E.STOYANOV “Extreme Weather Event Analysis in Southern Bulgaria and Climate Change Influence”
山本 浩大 “千種川流域を対象にしたモデルによる降雨流出・洪水氾濫総合型解析”
Eva Mia Siska “Impact of Rapid Tourism Growth on Water Scarcity in Bali, Indonesia”
Karlina “Low Flow Forecasting with Recession Analysis Approaches”
Nguyen Duc HA “Identifying Rainfall Threshold of Triggering Landslide in Halong City Based on the Empirical Approach”
The defense of Dr. Xue and Dr. Setiawan have been successfully held on January 23, 2017.
Takara-sensei, Tachikawa-sensei, Sumi-sensei, Sassa-sensei, Sayama-sensei, and students from Takara lab have attended this defense.
Dr. Xue’s defense title is “Hydrograph-Separation-based Non-pointSource Pollution Modelling in the Pingqiao River basin, China”.
Dr. Setiawan’s defense title is “Landslide Hazard Assessment on the Upstream of Dam Reservoir”.
Congratulations to Dr.Xue and Dr. Setiawan. We wish both of you have wonderful future!
Dr. Josko Troselj’s Defense has been successfully held on Oct. 22, 2016, congratulations~~
Takara-sensei, Tachikawa-sensei, Yamashiki Sensei and Sayama-sensei, students from our lab. friends of Josko san have attended this defense
Dr. Josko’s topic is “FLUVIAL INFLUENCE ON ESTUARINE SEDIMENT TRANSPORT PROCESSES AND LINKAGE OF ITS OUTFLOW DATA TO COASTAL MODELING” and achived his doctoral degree.
We wish you success in your future career and all the best!
Takara sensei and Ms. Khai Lin attended Kyoto – ASEAN Forum 2016 on the theme of “WINDOW TO ASEAN: INTERNATIONAL AND INNOVATIVE” – EXPLORING NEW HORIZONS IN COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN ASEAN AND KYOTO UNIVERSITY – which held in Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre on 8th – 9th September 2016. This forum was a great success, over 250 participants attended the forum. This forum brings together researchers, young researchers and young students which the aim to improve capabilities on their research, through the sharing of knowledge, experience, and wisdom.
It was an opportunity for Takara sensei to meet up his former students and colleagues in Malaysia.
Takara sensei and two PhD students: Ms. Khai Lin Chong and Ms. Karlina from Takara Lab have participated 4th AUN/SEED-NET REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON NATURAL DISASTER 2016 on Sept 6 and 7 at Seri Pacific Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Takara sensei had been invited to deliver a keynote speech on Sept 7.
Ms. Khai Lin had her oral presentation on Sept 6 in the session of Assessing Risks, with title ‘Estimation the Effects of Hydrological Processes in Time of Concentration’. Ms. Karlina had her oral presentation on Sept 6 in the session of Understanding Hazards, with title ‘Low Flow Forecasting Based on Recession Analysis’.
Takara sensei and our lab members celebrated the birthdays in July for Sayama sensei, Inoue san and Saima san. Our lab member Tien san prepared Vietnam dessert-Black Glutinous Rice for us, Saima san prepared Pakistan Rice and Inoue san prepared candys from each prefecture for us.
We held a farewell party for Mahua sensei who will leave Takara lab soon, and also welcome the new comer Saima san who will stay in Takara lab for 2 months. Aas usual, we celebrate lab members’ birthdays in June: Hendy san, Tien san and Kobayashi san. Unfortunately, Takara sensei could not attend our party because of business trip in Tokyo, 残念です… we have a visitor, Tanaka san who also kindly join our party.
The Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) Meeting 2016 was held from 22 to 26 May 2016 in Makuhari Messe, Chiba. Hundreds of oral presentations and poster were presented every day in this meeting. About 49 international sessions were provided by JpGU Committee as a joint sessions with the American Geophysical Union (AGU) to facilitate the international researchers and students from all over the world.
Two PhD students from Takara Lab, Mr. Josko Troselj and Mr. Hendy Setiawan, were participated in this conference. Mr. Josko had his poster presentation on Monday 23 May in the session of Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences, sub-session Contintental-Oceanic Mutual Interaction: Global-scale Material Circulation through River* Runoff (A-CG08). Josko’s poster entitled ‘Estimation of total river flux from Japanese basins to Pacific ocean and its numerical prediction using cell distributed runoff model’.
Mr. Hendy Setiawan had his poster presentation on Thursday 26 May in the session of Human Geosciences, subsession Landslides and Related Phenomena (H-DS05). Hendy’s poster entitled ‘Simulation of the Aratozawa landslide using ring shear tests and LS-RAPID model’.