Vice President and Professor, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
The University of Tokyo Energy vision
In 1987, completed his studies in the School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo (specialized in nuclear engineering) as Doctor of Engineering in 1987. Was lecturer, then Associate Assistant Professor of the School of Engineering in the University of Tokyo, then Professor in the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, and since 2005, Professor of the School of Engineering. Advisor to the President in 2009, later Head of the Public Relations Office, Vice Dean of the School of Engineering, Education and Research Councilor, and his present position since 2017.
His specialties are computational mechanics and system design science. He is a Vice President and a member of the Executive Council of the International Association for Computational Mechanics and a Member of the Science Council of Japan. He has been awarded the International Association for Computational Mechanics Fellow Award and the APACM Computational Mechanics Award Prize (2013).
The ideal form of energy system, particularly electric power systems that support data-driven society in Society 5.0 will be studied. The “Vision Goals”(proposals) of electric power systems which support Society 5.0 will be shared at the same time as efforts will be made to resolve technology challenges, policy, and system challenges which have been identified.
［Leaders of the research：Professor Yoshimura Shinobu (The University of Tokyo), Matsuoka Hideyuki (Hitachi)］