International Mega Infrastructure Management Policy Chair (Yachiyo Engineering Co., Ltd.)Senior LecturerEmi Doyle
International Development, Infrastructure Project (Planning and Management)
Worked as a researcher since 2014 at the Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University. Received Ph.D. (Engineering) from Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University in 2018. Before joining Kyoto University, served as an infrastructure project formulation advisor for the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Sounth East and West Asia regions.
Omotenashi in a global world: Opportunities for Japanese co-value creation service, Social Capital and Development Trends in Rural Areas Vol.11 (2016); Structural performances of RC columns to prevent decreasing of strength after shear failure (1986); Dynamic Characteristics of Two Five-storied Pagodas of Different Structures (1994).
Investments in infrastructure and innovative technologies are indispensable factors for economic growth and social development. Resilient infrastructure is urgently required, especially in developing countries. Aiming towards a comprehensive approach for achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we will work on practical research to contribute to solving the world's problems by utilizing Japanese infrastructure technology.