Doctoral Program in Sustainable Environment Studies

Program Outline

This program accepts students who have obtained a master’s degree or its equivalent in a related field. This program accepts students via general examination, cooperative graduate school examination, foreign student examination, career student examination and examination for the international collaborative program of environmental sciences and undertakes advanced professional development and education of environmental practitioners. Applicants from either humanities or the sciences may be admitted to this program, if they have the academic ability and wish to pursue environmental science which focuses on social contribution and the practical resolution of environmental problems.

Microbial Processes and Carbon Cycle in the Ocean Nomura Laboratory: Biofilms and Cell-cell communication Bio-Resource Process Engineering Lab – Wastewater Treatment and Biomass Conservation Food Functionality Lab
Interdisciplinary Study on Environmental Transfer of Radionuclides from the Fukushima Daiichi NPP Accident Paleoclimate Modeling Environmental Remote Sensing Water and sediment dynamics in mountain watershed
Interdisciplinary Study on Environmental Transfer of Radionuclides from the Fukushima Daiichi NPP Accident Paleoclimate Modeling Environmental Remote Sensing Sugita Lab
Evolutionary Biochemistry Lab Urban Climate and Modeling Laboratory Socio-Environmental System Laboratory