We have welcomed two doctoral candidates and two master course students of MPS (Master’s Program in Sustainable Urban Regeneration) since this October.
The book “Transport-oriented Machizukuri: Challenges in local cities” (In Japanese), edited by Professor Harata, Professor Hato (Dept. of Civil Eng.) and Associate Professor Takami, will be published in July by Kajima Institute Publishing Co., Ltd. The book discusses both research and practical implementations of Transport-oriented Machizukuri (交通まちづくり) in cities across Japan.
In addition, on July 5th (Sun), a commemorative symposium will be held at the University of Tokyo. More details soon.
Assistant Professor Giancarlos Troncoso Parady was awarded as one of promising researchers from the City Planning Institute of Japan with his doctoral dissertation “Re-examining the Built Environment-Travel Behavior Connection: A Case Study of Japanese Cities”.
Our lab has welcomed two new master students in April. Best of lucks to them!