Graduate School of Frontier Sciences  PROSPECTUS
Introduction
About GSFS
Message from the Dean
Objectives
Faculty Members
List of Lectures
Transdisciplinary Sciences
Advanced Materials Science
Advanced Energy
Complexity Science and Engineering
Biosciences
Integrated Biosciences
Computational Biology and Medical Sciences
Environmental Studies
Natural Environmental Studies
Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment
Environment Systems
Human and Engineered Environmental Sudies
Socio-Cultural Environmental Studies
International Studies
Graduate Program in Sustainability Science - Global Leafdership Initiative
Facilities
Reseaerch Center for Total Life Health and Sports Sciences
Center for Omics and Bioinformatics
Bioimaging Center
Functional Proteomics Center
TJCC(UTokyo-JAXA Center for Composites)
Environmental StudiesDepartment of Ocean Technology, Policy, and Environment
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Aim of Department
We aim to develop technologies and technology policy science on marine utilisation and preservation, and to establish teaching and research systems for industrial innovation and environmental creation pertaining to the ocean. We expect our students to complete our curriculum on offshore resources development, ocean energy utilisation, marine environment protection, ocean information systems, marine industry systems, etc., and thereby gain the competencies needed to devote themselves to policymaking, industry development, and environment preservation related to the ocean, with strong expertise and internationality.


Outline of Education/Research
This department offers education and research on: Ocean and Subsea Resource and Energy Development Engineering, which deals with the development of mineral and energy resources around the ocean; Ocean Information Systems, which integrates and manages scientific and technological information on the ocean for supplying them to policymakers; Marine Environmental Engineering, which harmonizes development with environments to create innovative marine environments; Ocean Technology Policy, which develops future perspective on marine technologies into policies by quantifying benefits, risks, and costs; and Ocean Industry Creation, which aims to evolve those technologies into industries by proposing business models based on the above-mentioned policies.

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Faculty Members
HIRABAYASHI, Shinichiro
SUZUKI, Hideyuki
YAMAGUCHI, Hajime

OZAKI, Masahiko
TAKAGI, Ken

SATO, Toru
WASEDA, Takuji

ASADA, Akira
TABETA, Shigeru

BEHERA, Swadhin
KAWANO, Takeshi

IIZASA, Kokichi
RHEEM, Chang-Kyu

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