This laboratory is the only one in the world
that conducts tsunami research
based on an engineering approach.
- Earth science
- Human behavior
- Disaster information ,
Remote sensing technology
- Disaster mitigation engineering
Our research interests include earth science, geology, disaster mitigation engineering, human behavior, disaster information, remote sensing technology, and medicine.
We also conduct international projects with United Nations agencies and universities overseas, disaster prevention education, and research with companies, and we are recruiting students to study in our graduate school. The Great East Japan Earthquake has led to a plethora of topics for research, but we are determined to solve them. We are also doing our best to reconstruct and prevent future disasters in the region.
This laboratory participates in the Tohoku University Graduate Program for Excellence in Variable Earth Symbiosis. Students who enroll in the master's or doctoral courses will receive assistance and support based on their research results. Would you like to pursue your research to your heart's content in a cutting-edge research environment?
If you are interested, please contact us at the following address.
Associate Professor Anawat SUPPASRI got an award: The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) The Young Scientists’ Award 2022
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Associate Professor Anawat SUPPASRI joined "Project Workshop on M9 Disaster Science" TU-UW collaborative research meeting in Seattle,USA.
Associate Professor Anawat SUPPASRI visited Chiang Rai Province, Thailand.
Preliminary results : The Tsunami of 22 November 2016 in Fukushima, Japan
Preliminary results : The Tsunami of 14 November 2016 in New Zealand Click
A Global Assessment of Tsunami Hazards Over the Last 400 Years
Researcher Dr. Natt Leelawat won the 3rd PLACE award from the Falling Walls Lab 2016 Sendai Click