KAN Kazutoshi

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Name
KAN Kazutoshi
Affiliation
Shibaura Institute of Technology
Section
College of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering Architecture and Civil Engineering Course Department of Civil Engineering
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1970
   
 
   Research Assistant of Shibaura Institute of Technology
 
Apr 1983
   
 
   Lecturer
 
Apr 1990
   
 
   Associate Professor
 
Apr 1998
   
 
   Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1970
Department of Civil Engi, Faculty of Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology
 

Committee Memberships

 
1998
 - 
2005
Japan Society of Civil Engineering  
 
1985
 - 
1988
Japan Society of Civil Engineering  
 
2008
 - 
2010
Japan Society of Civil Engineering  
 

Misc

 
Investigation on storm surge disaster by Cyclone SIDR in 2007 and assess the disaster prevention measurement of Bangladesh
World Engineering Convention 2008,Brasilia,Brasil,2008,Dec.3-4      2008
The characteristics of precipitation and drought concilation in the Tone river basin of Japan during an unusual drought in summer 1994.
Proc.of Fresh Perspectives on Hydrilogy and Water Resources in Southeast Asia and the Pasific, Christchurch, New Zealand   179-188   2000
The characteristics of 98 flood disaster in Japan
Proc.International Symposium on Floods and Droughts, Nanjing, China   818-826   1999
The relationship between precipitation and El Nino phenomenon
Proceedings of Asian Pacific FRIEND and GAME joint Workshop on ENSO, Floods and Droughts in the 1990’s in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Hanoi, Vietnam   I-64-I-69   1999
Anayses on Flood of 1998 Changjiang River in China
Proceedings of Asian Pacific FRIEND and GAME joint Workshop on ENSO, Floods and Droughts in the 1990’s in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Hanoi, Vietnam   1-10   1999

Works

 
Investigation Report on the Storm Surge Disaster bu Cyclone SIDR in 2007,Bangladesh
2008 - 2001
The qualitative evaluation of healing effect on the river front with salivary amylase activity
2008 - 2011
Development of monitoring methodology of gravel adhesion algae that use remote sensing technique
2009 - 2011

Research Grants & Projects

 
The qualitative evaluation of healing effect on the river front with salivary amylase activity
Project Year: 2008 - 2011
Development of monitoring methodology of gravel adhesion algae that use remote sensing technique
Project Year: 2009 - 2011
Influence of global hydrological change on self-sufficiency in food of the world
Project Year: 2000 - 2004