浅見 泰司 (Yasushi ASAMI)

連絡先

  • 〒113-8656 東京都文京区本郷7-3-1
  • 東京大学大学院工学系研究科都市工学専攻
  • E-mail: asami[at]csis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

所属

  • 東京大学 大学院工学系研究科都市工学専攻 教授 (住宅・都市解析研究室)
  • 東京大学 大学院新領域創成科学研究科サスティナビリティ学グローバルリーダー養成大学院プログラム 教授
  • 東京大学 大学院情報学環総合分析情報学コース 教授
  • 東京大学 空間情報科学研究センター 教授(兼任)
  • 東京大学 副学長
  • 東京大学 大学総合教育研究センター センター長

研究

  • 専門 都市計画、不動産分析、空間情報解析

教育

  • 講義:都市住宅論、都市解析、都市住宅特論、都市解析特論、住環境E
  • 講義内容の詳細は、東京大学学習管理システムUTAS (UTokyo Academic affairs System)をご覧ください。
  • 注意 新型コロナウィルス感染の流行により、大部分の講義はオンラインで行います。講義を履修する方は、履修登録をした上で、UTASおよびITC-LMSに記した注意事項を良く読んでください。オンライン授業の場合には、講義はZoomを用いて行いますが、そのアクセスのためのURLは変わる可能性があります。そのため、最新の情報をチェックするようにしてください。

業績


Yasushi ASAMI

Welcome to Y. Asami Home Page.

Correspondence

  • Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo, 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8656, Japan
  •  E-mail: asami[at]csis.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Affiliations

  • Professor, Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo (Housing and Urban Analysis Laboratory)
  • Professor, Graduate Program in Sustainability Science, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
  • Professor, Applied Computer Science Course, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, The University of Tokyo
  • Joint-Appointment Professor, Center for Spatial Information Science, The University of Tokyo
  • Vice President, The University of Tokyo
  • Director, Center for Research and Development of Higher Education, The University of Tokyo

Research

  • Specialization: city planning, real estate analysis, spatial information analysis

Education

  • Lectures: Urban Housing Theory, Urban Analysis, Advanced Course in Urban Housing, Advanced Urban Analysis, Residential Environment
  • Please see UTAS (UTokyo Academic affairs System) of the University of Tokyo for details of the lecture contents.
  • #NOTICE# Online lectures will be given mostly due to the spread of the new coronavirus. Those who take the courses should register for the courses and carefully read the notes on UTAS and ITC-LMS. In case of online lectures, the lectures will be distributed using Zoom, but the URL may change, so be sure to always check the latest information.

Research activity


To those who are interested in choosing Yasushi Asami as a supervisor

We will not admit research students who want to prepare for entering graduate school, unless the regulation of scholarship prescribes so. Due to the limitation of retiring age, I cannot accept doctoral students from 2022 matriculation and master students from 2023 matriculation.

I consider admitting foreign students to my research unit, if they have a scholarship, such as Monbu-Kagaku-Sho (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Japanese Government) Scholarship (by applying directly to the Department of Urban Engineering or the Japanese Embassy in your country), ADB (Asian Development Bank) Scholarship, or any other competitive scholarship with a decent amount of living expense.  (This is to confirm that my students can focus on graduate studies without fearing from the shortage in living expenses.)
In our laboratory, we will not admit research students who want to prepare for entering graduate school unless the regulation of scholarship prescribes so.

If you consider enrolling in a master course, give me information on the following items:
1) c.v. (curriculum vitae)
2) The scholarship you have (or are now applying)
3) Research Plan: The research topic should be specific enough.  For example, city planning and housing policy are not specific enough.  The plan should include: background of the topic or problem, research aim, proposed research methodology, expected research results, possible extensions (if any)
4) Academic records
5) Published papers, if any

If you consider enrolling in a doctoral course, give me information on the following items:
1) c.v. (curriculum vitae)
2) The scholarship you have (or are now applying)
3) Research Plan: The research topic should be specific enough.  For example, city planning and housing policy are not specific enough.  The plan should include: background of the topic or problem, research aim, proposed research methodology, expected research results, possible extensions (if any)
4) Academic records
5) Published papers (both refereed and non-refereed):  At least one refereed paper is strongly preferred.

Of course, any other supporting material is welcome.