Department of Policy and Planning Sciences, Graduate School of University of Tsukuba

OKAMOTO Naohisa

OKAMOTO Naohisa

Position Associate Professor
Room 3F1128
Laboratory 3F1035 Urban Transportation Laboratory
Principal affiliation Division of Policy and Planning Sciences
Other affiliations College of Policy and Planning Sciences
Doctoral Program in Social Systems and Management
Master's Program in Social Systems Engineering
Master's Program in Business Administration and Public Policy
Degree Programs in Systems and Information Engineering: Policy and Planning Sciences
Research interests Transportation Planning, Tourism, Project Evaluation
Degree Doctor of Eng., Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1996
Education / Professional experience [Education]
1988 Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1990 Master of Engineering, Graduate School of Civil Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1996 Doctor of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
[Job carrier]
1992 Research Associate, Department of Civil Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
1996 Researcher, Institute for Transport Policy Studies
1999 Assistant Professor, Universitu of Tsukuba
2003 Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba
Courses taught [Under Graduate]
Introduction to Computers
City and Regional Management
Transportation Research
Infrasttucture Policy and Regional/National Planning
Urbanology of Tokyo
Seminar in Futuer Prospect of Infrastructure
Economics for Social Infrastructure
Workshop of Urban Masterplan
[Graduated School]
Advanced Transportation Planning
Workshop of Project Evaluation
Academic societies EASTS, Dupty Secretary General
JSCE
WCTR

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Research projects Evaluation on Infrastructure Development,
Travel Behavior Analysis and Demand Forecasting
Tourism Analysis - Behavior, Impact and Policy
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