Professor at the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
The University of Tokyo Decarbonization
Completed a doctoral course in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo (Doctor of Engineering). Research Associate in the Precision and Intelligence Laboratory of the Tokyo Institute of Technology, lecturer then Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Engineering of the University of Tokyo, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, and appointed to his present post in 2015. He specializes in research on sensors equipped with nano-scale mechanisms and studies comfortable living environments applying human activity and physical condition sensing.
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)］