NAGASAWA Yasushi

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Name
NAGASAWA Yasushi
Affiliation
Kogakuin University
Section
Research Institute of Sciences and Technology
Job title
Director, Gerontechnology Research Center
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(The university of Tokyo), Postgraduate Diploma on Health Facility Planning(Council of National Academic Awards, UK), Bachelar of Engineering(The University of Tokyo)

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YASUSHI NAGASAWA, Dr. Eng., Dip. HFP, JIA
Director, Gerontechnology Research Center, Kogakuin University.
Specially Appointed Professor and Professor Emeritus, Kogakuin University
Professor Emeritus, the University of Tokyo

Biography
Past President / Honorable Member of IFHE (International Federation of Hospital Engineering), Past President / Honorable Member of JIHA (Japan Institute of Healthcare Architecture), Past Vice-President / Honorable Member of HEAJ (Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan), Past Vice-President / Advisor of JAHMC (Japanese Association of Healthcare Service Management Consultants), Past Director-General, Global University Programs in Healthcare Architecture (GUPHA), Directors Board Member, International Union of Architect, Public Health Group (UIA/PHG). Directors Board Member, Japan Facility Management Association (JFMA).
Born in 1944. Graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1968. Designing various buildings as qualified architect, Senior Research Architect at the National Institute of Hospital Administration (NIHA), Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan. Post-graduate Diploma in Heath Facility Planning (Dip. HFP) UK in 1978 at Medical Architecture Research Unit (MARU) in London as a British Council Scholar. Short–term Consultant for WHO in 1980s and 90s. Doctor of Engineering (PhD) from University of Tokyo in 1987. In 1989 Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, the University of Tokyo. In 1993, Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ) Awards and full Professorship, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo until 2007. Then Professor Emeritus, the University of Tokyo, Moved to Kogakuin University as Professor / Chairman of Department of Architecture. In 2009, Vice-President and Dean, Faculty of Engineering. In 2011 established the first School of Architecture in Japan, and Dean, School of Architecture until 2015. Then Professor Emeritus, Kogakuin University, Directors Board Member of Kogakuin University until 2017. In 2018, Specially Appointed Professor, Kogakuin University, and in April 2019 appointed Director, Gerontechnology Research Center, Kogakuin University.

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1968
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1973
Architect, Yoshinobu Ashihara Architect and Associates, Tokyo, Japan
 
1974
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1980
Research architect, National Institute of Hospital Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan
 
1980
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1988
Senior Research Architect, National Institute of Hospital Administration, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan
 
1989
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1994
Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
 
1994
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1996
Professor, Department of Architecture, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
 

Education

 
 
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1978
Postgraduate Course of Health Facility Planning, Medical Architecture Research Unit, Polytechnic of North London, UK, Postgraduate Course, Medical Architecture Research Unit, Polytechnic of North London, UK, Postgraduate Course of Health Facility Planning, Medical Architecture Research Unit, Polytechnic of North London, UK
 
 
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1968
Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering,, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo
 
 
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1963
Tokyo Metropolitan Koishikawa High Scool
 

Committee Memberships

 
Nov 2010
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Apr 2012
President of International Federation of Hospital Engineering (IFHE)
 
Oct 2011
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Oct 2011
UIA/PHG (International Union of Architects/Public Health Group) Seminar
 
Sep 2011
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Sep 2011
Chaiman, International Union of Architects, (UIA) Tokyo Congress 2011, PHG Session
 
Sep 2011
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Sep 2011
International Union of Architects (UIA) Tokyo Congress 2011, Architecture for ALL Session
 
Apr 1989
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Today
Japan Institute of Architects
 

Misc

 
江川 香奈,内田 聡,野田 五十樹,依田 育士,堀内 義仁,小林 健一,筧 淳夫,長澤 泰、病院の傷病者受入れ潜在能力に関する分析―災害傷病者の病院における収容場所に関する研究―、日本建築学会 建築学会計画系論文集、第76巻・(第669号)、2011年11月予定 Kana Egawa, So Uchida, Itsuki Noda, Ikushi Yoda, Analysis on Potential Accomodating Capacity for Casualities in Hos・・・
Egawa, K., Nagasawa, Y. et al
Architectural Institute of Japan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design,   76(669) 1093-1097   2011
江川 香奈,内田 聡,野田 五十樹,依田 育士,堀内 義仁,小林 健一,筧 淳夫,長澤 泰、病院の傷病者受入れ潜在能力に関する分析―災害傷病者の病院における収容場所に関する研究―、日本建築学会 建築学会計画系論文集、第76巻・(第669号)、2011年11月予定
Kana Egawa, So Uchida, Itsuki Noda, Ikushi Yoda, Analysis on Potential Accomodating Capacity for Casualities i...
Asami S., Nagasawa, Y. Kakehi, A., Yamashita, T.
Architectural Institute of Japan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design,   17(37) 967-970   2011
Kato, G, , Sakamoto, K., Nagasawa, Y. Kakehi, A., Ikuta, K., Yamashita, T.
Architectural Institute of Japan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design,   17(37) 993-996   2011
Study on floor area required in the case of accepting many casualties The Japanese Association for Disaster Medicine ,Japanese Journal of Disaster Medicine, Vol. 16 No. 1,91-95
Egawa, K., Nagasawa, Y. et al
The Japanese Association for Disaster Medicine, Japanese Journal of Disaster Medicine,   16(1) 91-95   2011
Egawa, K., Nagasawa, Y. et al
Architectural Institute of Japan, AIJ Journal of Technology and Design,    16 (Vol. 16,)(34(No.34,)) 1093-1097   2010

Books etc

 
people in Yasumi Yoshitake Studio in the University of Tokyo
Kajima Publishing Co Ltd   2011   
Architectural Encyclopedia
Asakura Co. Ltd   2008   
Environment and Behavior
Asakura Co. Ltd   2008   
Environment and Design
Asakura Co. Ltd   2008   
Art and Nature: Healing Design for health in the UK and Japan
BookArt   2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Survey by about the stay place healthcare worker in the emergency ward- Study on construction plan of the emergency ward,
The 39th Annual Conference of Japanese Association for Acute Medicine   2011   
ANALYSIS OF MAINTENANCE SITUATION OF DISASTER BASE HOSPITAL
UIA/PHG (International Union of Architects/Public Health Group) Seminar   2011   
Japan Architecture for an Aging Society
UIA Work Programme "Architecture for All" UIA2011 TOKYO World Congress   2011   
Study on Architectural plan of the medical office in the company- Intend of Shinjuku-ku
Annual Meeting of Architectural Institute of Japan   2011   
Study on Architectural plan of the medical office in the company in Shinjuku-ku
Annual Conference of Japan Society for Healthcare Administration   2011   

Works

 
Yarmouk University Hospital Jordan
Artistic Activity   1977

Research Grants & Projects

 
Studies on Global University Programs in Healthcare Architecture
Project Year: 2001 - 2014
Studies on Business Continuity Plan of Hospitals in Seismic Disaster Situation.
Hospitals are requested to provide medical services to patients in disaster situation. According to previous studies, it is proved to be effective in introducing base isolation system in structural planning of hospital buildings. It is also requis...