TOKAI UNIVERSITY Researchers Guide 2020

Dr. Jun Kimura is a maritime archaeologist. Dr. Kimura is an advisory member of the national committee for underwater cultural heritage established by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. He is a member of ICOMOS Japan and ICOMOS-ICUCH. His research topics include the wreck study of the Maritime Silk Routes and the Manila Galleon trading. His major publications includes “Naval Battlefield Archaeology of the Lost Kublai Khan Fleets” and "Archaeology of East Asian Shipbuilding Tradition". He has a number of survey and excavation experience as a eld archaeologist and has expertise on underwater cultural heritage management in Asian-Pacic regions.ResearchAreasHumanitiesKeyword■Underwater Cultural Heritage■Maritime Archaeology■Shipwreck study■Maritime Silk Route■Manila Galleon tradesRelatedresearchSDGArchaeological study of shipbuilding and research activities related to the protection and management of underwater cultural heritageJunior Associate ProfessorJun KimuraUndergraduate School of Marine Science and TechnologyDepartment of Maritime CivilizationsOffshore wind power generation is considered to be a promising renewable energy production in Japan because of the geographical feature. Drag type anchors has been used for the mooring systems for floating wind power generation e.g. at offshore Fukushima and Nagasaki sites in this country, however, suction anchors have advantages over drag anchors in precise placement and applicability of geotechnical design framework. Installation and holding behaviors of suction anchors for sandy seabed are studied here by means of numerical simulation and geotechnical centrifuge model tests, in order to develop the practical design method of the mooring foundation.ResearchAreasEngineeringKeyword□Seabed Deposits□Oshore Floating Structure■Suction Anchor■Holding PowerRelatedresearchSDGInstallation and holding behavior of suction anchors for mooring foundation of oshore oating structureProfessorKatsutoshi KitaUndergraduate School of Marine Science and TechnologyDepartment of Environmental and Societal AairsYinji Li’s research interests and expertise lie in small-scale sheries and coastal issues among Northeast Asia, such as Japan, Mainland China, Taiwan, and South Korea. For many years, she has been researching these areas to understand the actual conditions and challenges on governance mechanisms, community institutions, market and branding systems, community-based tourism, etc., and interacting with relevant stakeholders. She is a member of the Too Big to Ignore (TBTI) -Global Partnership for Small-Scale Fisheries Research Project, Human Dimensions Working Group of Integrated Marine Biosphere Research (IMBeR) project, and coordinator of the TBTI Japan Research Network and Japan country team of the Vulnerability to Viability Global Partnership (V2V) project.ResearchAreas Social sciencesKeyword■Small-scale sheries■Coastal communities■Blue justice■Transdisciplinarity■Coastal governanceRelatedresearchSDGThe meaning of small-scale sheries in the era of big changeAssociate ProfessorYinji Li Undergraduate School of Marine Science and TechnologyDepartment of Environmental and Societal AairsPhoto by Dr.TomoakiUtsunomiya98

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