Professor

Gento Mogi

It is believed that the improvement of economic welfare can be achieved by people maintaining a higher and stable level of consumption , but is this truly a happiness? Is there an indicator of happiness after all? Aside from that, there are a few things that are essential for people to live in modern civilization. Water and food are, of course, essential, but so too is a stable supply of energy and resources. At the same time, we need to think about measures to cope with climate change in order to maintain the diversity of life. Therefore, there is an urgent need to shift to a sustainable global energy system in order to build a circular society and sustainably supply a large amount of energy to support it. In addition, we need to consider the proper distribution of global wealth in order to correct the disparity represented by the North-South problem. Although there are numerous things that need to be addressed, all of them require a huge amount of capital investment. In our laboratory, we will also consider the establishment of a system that allows the necessary money to flow to socially important activities.

  • Project Researcher

    Kyohei Shibano

  • Project Researcher

    Kensuke Ito

  • Collaborative Researcher

    Takehiko Nakamura

  • Academic Support Staff

    Keiko Uchida

  • Academic Support Staff

    Ayumi Kogure

Doctor

  • Yusuke Mori

D3-10

  • Husam Bukhary

D2

  • Mairehaba Maimaitiming

D2-10

  • Ken Yang

M2

  • Toshiki Hoshino
  • Yutaro Monzen
  • Hiroaki Kitamura
  • Zihe Li

M2-10

  • Ziyue Peng
  • Ziang Zhang

M1

  • Rintaro Tomita
  • Ryo Mitsudo
  • Hui Su
  • Elizabeth Khaung Nyoi

Bachelor

  • Kou Goto
  • Rin Ozawa

Exchange Students

  • Karam Singh
  • Cedric Götz
  • Simon Glomb
  • Alexie Wehbe