Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Decarbonization The University of Tokyo
In 1992, completed a Master’s course in Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. Earned his Doctorate (Engineering) (The University of Tokyo) in 1996. Appointed as Research Assistant (1992), Assistant Professor (1998), and Professor (2009) at Kyushu University, and to his present position in 2013. His specialty is architectural environmental equipment. His research topic is the long-term prediction of commissioning and urban environment load of building equipment and systems.
Decarbonization/next generation energy systems
We aim to develop a novel energy management system to realize super energy efficient cities and buildings through intensive operational management procedures, which lead to decarbonization.
［Leaders of the research：Professor Akashi Yasunori (The University of Tokyo) and Suzuki Kei (Hitachi)］