擔杮岅DAIGO Laboratory

Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology,

The University of Tokyo

 

Sustainable System Analysis

Dept. of Materials Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering,

The University of Tokyo

 

http://park.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/daigo/

 

 

Members

Ichiro Daigo            Assoc. Prof.

 

Pasan Dunuwila    Assoc. researcher

Daryna Panasiuk Assoc. researcher

 

Doctor students

Junxi Liu                 Doctor 2 (co-supervised with Prof. Hoshino)

Xiaolin Zhang         Doctor 1 (co-supervised with Beijing normal Univ.)

 

Master students

Tomoya Mitake       Master 2 (co-supervised with Prof. Hoshino)

Sorata Horie           Master 2 (co-supervised with Prof. Hoshino)

Keisuke Onishi      Master 2 (co-supervised with Prof. Hoshino)

Mizuki Saito          Master 1 (co-supervised with Prof. Hoshino)

Kazuki Tani           Master 1 (co-supervised with Prof. Hoshino)

 

Undergraduate students

Ken Murakami

Takumi Masuko

Shinji Yamashita

 

Other staffs

Noriko Yamada

Yoko Ogata

 

 

 

Research topics

The consideration of material use is essential on the pathway to a sustainable society and net-zero emissions. Material production, use, and waste management encompass mining of exhaustible resources, energy consumption originated from fossil fuels, and material dissipation at the end-of-life, which is not a sustainable material use. In this laboratory, we aim to develop dynamic stock and flow models for environmental sustainability analysis of materials and resources. Specific research topics are dynamic modeling of material stocks and flows, development of sustainability indicators, a study of impurities accumulation during recycling and their influence on material properties.

 

Location

Komaba campus II

RCAST Bldg.4

Room 223