- Inter-Graduate School Program for Sustainable Development and Survivable Societies
- Integrated Research Program for Advancing Climate Models:Research Theme D「Projecting the impact of global warming on disasters and elucidating the trend in future with no-regret adaptation strategies.」（2017-2021）
- 文部科学省 次世代火山研究人材育成総合プロジェクト：火山災害対策技術の開発 課題D-2「リアルタイムの火山灰ハザード評価手法の開発」（2016-2025）
Kyoto University Leading Graduate School Program
Inter-Graduate School Program for Sustainable Development and Survivable Societies
＞＞ Project Site: 【Inter-Graduate School Program for Sustainable Development and Survivable Societies Website】
The Global Survivability Studies (GSS) Program aims to produce “Super Doctors”
who are world leaders dealing with safety and security issues including largescale natural disasters, man-made disasters and
accidents, regional environment changes and food security. DPRI is collaborating with 9 graduate schools
(Education, Economics, Science, Medicine, Engineering, Agriculture, Informatics, ASAFAS*1 and Global Environmental Studies), RISH and CSEAS*2
to implement a multidisciplinary 5-year graduate course that combines natural and social sciences.
This program provides students with GSS lecture subjects and various learning opportunities, such as internships,
field training, interdisciplinary seminars, and an international school. Students are also requested to plan
and execute industry-university projects and international joint research project to experience roles of a project leader.
*1 Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies
*2 Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Global Survivability Studies (GSS) Program 5-year course flow
How will global warming affect typhoons, floods, sediment disasters, and river flows? Theme D aims to project how devastating these disasters will change over the next 100 years and scientifically reveals the relationship between global warming and disasters.
＞＞ About Integrated Research Program for Advancing Climate Models