Naofumi Aso

Assistant Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Seismology

Interests

Students

We welcome students to work together. Please email the reason why you’re interested in working with us rather than others as well as your advantage and disadvantage. Please be aware of the fact in Japan that scholarship for grad students is very limited.

Minimum requirement

Ideal knowledge/skills/abilities

Students with following knowledge/skills/abilities are especially welcomed

How to join our group as a student

Bachelor

Tokyo Institute of Technology accepts international undergraduate students.

Graduate Students

Tokyo Institute of Technology accepts international graduate students.

Others

Everyone may have a chance to have personal collaborations.

Researchers

We welcome researchers (including students) to collaborate. There are multiple programs to support your visits.

TokyoTech Invitational Program for International Collaboration

  • Researchers (exclude students and postdoctoral researchers)
  • 7 days - 3 months

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (Summer Program)

  • Graduate students or researchers (within 6 years after receiving Ph.D.) who have citizenship of UK, France, Germany, Canada, or Sweden (2 months from June to August)

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (Strategic Program)

  • Graduate student or researchers working in Swiss (3–6 months)
  • Graduate student in the US who receives GRF program (3–12 months)

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (Short-term)

  • Graduate students (expecting Ph.D. in two years) or researchers (within 6 years after receiving Ph.D.) who have citizenship of the US, Canada, EU countries, Swiss, Norway, and Russia (1–12 months)
  • Graduate students (expecting Ph.D. in two years) or researchers (within 6 years after receiving Ph.D.) who received Master/Ph.D. in the US, Canada, EU countries, Swiss, Norway, and Russia and after that working for at least 3 years in the country (1–12 months)

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (Standard)

  • Researchers (within 6 years after receiving Ph.D.) (1–2 years)

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (Pathway to University Positions in Japan)

  • Researchers (within 10 years after receiving Ph.D.) (1–2 years)

JSPS Invitational Fellowships for Research in Japan

  • Researchers (assistant professor or higher level) (2–10 months)
  • Researchers (associate professor or higher level) (14–60 days)
  • Researchers (professor level) (7–30 days)
  • https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-inv_researchers/index.html

ERI Visiting Programs

  • Please find someone at ERI as an official host so that you can visit us occasionally
  • Researchers (Long-term; up to one year)
  • Researchers (Short-term; less than 3 months; only travel expense is supported)
  • http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/kokusai/english/index.html

Honours

Professions

Education

Publications

Presentations

Grants

Travel Support

Other Support

Scholarship

Classes

Public Lectures

  1. 10th Science Cafe at Hongo for high-school students, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo, 2011 June.

Academic Societies

Other Activities

Links