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Associate Professor

Doctor of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2007

  • Gender: Male
  • Affiliation: School of Systems Engineering
Areas of specialization Geoinformatics
Laboratory/research office Socio-meteorological Engineering Laboratory
This laboratory is working to build safe and healthy infrastructure based on future-looking land use and land management. Our research involves measuring and analyzing both natural and social characteristics of a region, using geoinformatics technology (e.g., remote sensing, geographical information systems and GPS).
Current research topics
Educational background 2007: Doctor, The University of Tokyo
Professional background
Academic societies

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Undergraduate school
  • Geographic Information System
  • Project Management
  • Graduation Thesis
  • Planning of Disaster Prevention System
  • Satellite Remote Sensing
Graduate school
  • Socio-meteorological Engineering
  • Individual Work for Graduate

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Research activities

Research papers
  1. Authors: AKATSUKA Shin
    Title: Reproducing High Spatiotemporal Resolution Precipitable Water Distributions Using Numerical Prediction Data
    Journal: Atmosphere, Vol. 14, No. 7, p. 1177, MDPI AG
    Year: 2023
  2. Authors: AKATSUKA Shin
    Title: Improved Method for Estimating Precipitable Water Distribution using Numerical Prediction data
    Journal: Journal of Society for Social Management Systems, Vol. 12, No. 2
    Year: 2020
  3. Authors: AKATSUKA Shin, SUSAKI Junichi, Masataka Takagi
    Title: Estimation of Precipitable Water Using Numerical Prediction Data
    Journal: Engineering Journal, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 257-268
    Year: 2018
  4. Authors: SUSAKI Junichi , MAEDA Naoya , AKATSUKA Shin
    Title: Estimation of phase delay due to precipitable water for DInSAR based land deformation monitoring
    Journal: ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol. Volume IV-2/W4
    Year: 2017
  5. Authors: AKATSUKA Shin, UNO Tadashi, HORIUCHI Masahiro
    Title: The relationship between the heat disorder incidence rate and heat stress indices at Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan
    Journal: Advances in Meteorology, Vol. 2016
    Year: 2016
  6. Authors: MATSUOKA Masayuki, TAKAGI Masataka, AKATSUKA Shin, HONDA Rie, NONOMURA Atsuko, MORIYA Hitoshi, YOSHIOKA Hiroki
    Title: Bidirectional reflectance modeling of the geostationary sensor Himawari-8/AHI using a kernel-driven BRDF model
    Journal: XXIII ISPRS Congress
    Year: 2016
  7. Authors: HORIUCHI Masahiro, ENDO Junko, AKATSUKA Shin, UNO Tadashi
    Title: Prevalence of acute mountain sickness on mount Fuji : A pilot study
    Journal: Journal of Travel Medicine
    Year: 2016
  8. Authors: OYOSHI Kei, AKATSUKA Shin, TAKEUCHI Wataru, SOBUE Shinichi
    Title: Hourly LST Monitoring with Japanese Geostationary Satellite MTSAT-1R over Asia-Pacific Region
    Journal:  Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 14, No. 3
    Year: 2014
  9. Authors: OKAMURA Noriko, TAKEUCHI Wataru, AKATSUKA Shin, OYOSHI Kei
    Title: Evaluating Thermal Comfort in City Life and Its Relation to Socio-Economic Activities
    Journal: Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 14, No. 2
    Year: 2014
  10. Authors: TAKEUCHI Wataru, OYOSHI Kei, AKATSUKA Shin
    Title: Super-resolution of MTSAT land surface temperature by blending MODIS and AVNIR2.
    Journal: Asian Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 12, No. 2
    Year: 2012
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research from the Japanese government
  1. Project title: Studies on information provision of heat stroke prevention considering regional characteristics
    Category: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
    Project number: 17K01822
    Project period: 2017-2019
    Total budget amount: 4,420,000 yen

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Social activities

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