Prof. Akira Kondo
Osaka University, Japan
Prof. Kondo Akira was graduated from Faculty Engineering, Osaka University in 1982 and from Graduated School of Engineering, Osaka University in 1984. After that, he had worked in Matsushita Electric Industry (Panasonic) for 5 years. From 1989, he has been working in Osaka University as an assistant professor, associated professor and professor. He received PhD in 1999 and its thesis is “Study on development of numerical simulation model in order to mitigate urban atmospheric environment”. He is researching on the environmental dynamics modeling in the wide ranges from global scale to indoor scale. Moreover he carried out the joint researches in South-East Asia; Nepal, Indonesia, Korea, China, Vietnam, and Thailand. Throughout these researches, he received the best paper award from The Society of Heating, Air Conditioning and Sanitary Engineering of Japan in 2010 and received the best paper award from the Society of Environmental Science of Japan in 2012 and received the best academic award from Atmospheric Environmental Society of Japan in 2015. He is also the author of more than 90 peer-reviewed articles including articles written in Japanese, and 80 international conference papers with limited peer review.
Prof. Kokyo Oh
Center for Environmental Science in Saitama, Japan
Prof. Dr. Kokyo Oh is a senior researcher in Center for Environmental Science in Saitama, Japan. He obtained Ph.D. degree (soil science) in 1995, and was honored as a research fellow by Japan Science and Technology Agency (STA) from 1997 to 1999. His research areas include soil science, environmental conservation, environmental chemistry and biology, and environmental agronomy. He has published more than 200 major academic papers, has presided over and participated in more than 100 scientific research fund projects, and has been invited to be the chairman of more than 20 international conferences.