Integrated Port Logistics Chair Adjunct ProfessorKenji ONO

【Specialized Fields】
Emergency Relief Logistics, Business Continuity Management, Supply Chain Management
Granted M.Eng, from Kyoto University (1980), M.Sc from London University (1989),and PhD from Kobe University (2005). Serving for Ministry of Transport, 1980-1997, Asian Development Bank, 1997-2000, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, 2000-2012, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University (Professor), 2012-2017, Kobe-Osaka International Port Corporation as an Executive Vice President, 2017-2020, and Ocean Consultant, Japan Co., Ltd as a Technical adviser. 2020- .
Business Continuity Management System for the Risk Governance in Port Sub-sector, Technical paper No. 5, ICEEDM-III 2016, May 2016, Bali, Indonesia.
AI Port initiatives Possible modernization of port operation and management through cutting edge ICTs-, 34th PIANC World Congress, 2018, Panama City
Continuity of logistics functions at the disaster scene is of great importance, thus one of the essential policy issues for enhancing recovery capacity of local community and economy. In this context, studying analysis and evaluation methodologies, and possible policy developments in this area are among prioritized agenda of the modern global society. The Integrated Port Logistics Chair thus include disaster logistics study as a core research topic for contributing creation of more disaster resilient society.