After 35 years of dedicated service at the University of Tokyo, not only engaged in research and education activities, but having also served as dean of the School of Engineering, head of the industry-academia collaboration headquarters, and vice-president of the university, professor Harata will retire on March 2020.
To commemorate this occasion, we will hold professor Harata’s final lecture and retirement party. Please see the details here.
Two master students graduated today from our laboratory. Congratulations! We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors.
Our labmate Dr. Yohei Fujigaki, who completed the doctoral course of the Department of Urban Engineering, UTokyo in September 2018, was awarded as the Promising Young Researchers from the City Planning Institute of Japan with his doctoral dissertation on the methodology for planning and designing the Integrated Mobility Service. Congratulations!
Three master-course students and two undergraduates graduated this spring. Congratulations!
Our paper “Scenario Evaluation of Autonomous Vehicle Spread Using Agent-Based Simulation” (in Japanese), authored by Yo KAMIJO, Giancarlos TRONCOSO PARADY, Kiyoshi TAKAMI, and Noboru HARATA, was awarded by Japan Society of Traffic Engineers!
The autumn graduation ceremonies were held where 3 graduate students got their degrees. Congratulations and best of luck in your future endeavors!
On June 29th, 2018, Dean Tatsuya Okubo, School of Engineering, awarded the title “Fellow, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo” to Professor Shengchuan Zhao, Dean of School of Transportation and Logistics, Director of International Office, Dalian University of Technology, China. Prof. Zhao is an alumnus of our research unit.
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Prof. Noboru Harata made a keynote lecture entitled “Sustainable Transport Strategy in Tokyo Metropolitan Region” at World Transport Convention 2018 held at the National Convention Center in Beijing.