Business Administration Chairs Associate ProfessorTetsuharu OBA
Project Operations Management Program
- 【Specialized Fields】
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Project Management, Transportation and Logistics Management
- Graduated from the Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering. PhD (Engineering). Analyst at Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co.,Ltd., Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at Kyoto University Graduate School of Engineering before current position at Kyoto University.
- Tetsuharu Oba and Douglas S. Noonan：The Price of Preserving Neighborhoods: The Unequal Impacts of Historic District Designation, Economic Development Quarterly, 34(4), pp.343-355, 2020.
Tetsuharu Oba and Hiroyuki Iseki：Transportation Impacts on Cityscape Preservation: Spatial Distribution and Attributes of Surface Parking Lots in the Historic Central Districts, Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 146(2), 2020.
- I conduct theoretical and empirical researches on urban & regional planning, transportation planning, and urban regeneration & preservation. Let us consider and discuss the complicated urban problems and their solutions, from the viewpoints of both engineering and social science, based on the evidence.
Related News and Events
- Event 2022.04.22 May 19-20, 2022 The 2nd Conference on Asian Inclusive Smart Cities in the Post Covid 19 Arena
- Event report 2022.01.25 January 10, 2022 Meeting of the International Project Management Program (i-PM) and the Project Operations Management Program (POM) for 2021 Workshop II Presentation
- Event 2021.10.13 November 26, 2021 Special Lecture “Mobility and urban development in response to carbon neutral and the COVID-19: Considering the near future from the latest situations in Japan and abroad” – Mr. Masayuki Moriguchi
- Event report 2021.07.29 July 17, 2021 Online Meeting of the International Project Management Program (i-PM) and the Project Operations Management Program (POM) for 2021 Workshop I Presentation
- Event 2021.04.23 2019.11.15 Special Lecture: “Insights into Logistics Sprawl and Truck Traffic – The Case of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area” by Prof. Kazuya Kawamura