Akimasa Fujiwara

Last Updated :2024/06/05

Affiliations, Positions
The IDEC Institute, Professor
E-mail
afujiwhiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
1-5-1,Kagamiyama,Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-6921 FAX : (+81)82-424-6921
Self-introduction
Refer to the official web-site of Hiroshima University

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 1994/06/01, 2002/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Associate Professor.
  • 1985/04/01, 1993/04/30, Kure National College of Technology, Research Associate
  • 2002/04/01, 2020/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Professor
  • 1993/05/01, 1994/05/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Eng., Research Associate

Educational Backgrounds

  • Hiroshima University, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Japan, 1983/04, 1985/03
  • Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Japan, 1979/04, 1983/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of engineering, Hiroshima University
  • Master of Engineering, Hiroshima University

Educational Activity

  • [Bachelor Degree Program] School of Engineering : Cluster 4(Civil Engineering and Architecture) : Program of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • [Master's Program] Graduate School of Innovation and Practice for Smart Society :
  • [Master's Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Civil and Environmental Engineering Program
  • [Master's Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering Program
  • [Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Innovation and Practice for Smart Society :
  • [Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Civil and Environmental Engineering Program
  • [Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering Program

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil engineering project / Traffic engineering

Research Keywords

  • transport survey
  • land use and transport
  • policy evaluation
  • demand forecasting
  • air quality
  • transport policies
  • transportation planning
  • sustainable development

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Transportation Research Board
  • International Association for Travel Behaviour Research
  • World Conference on Transport Research Society
  • Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
  • Japan Society of Civil Engineering, 1983
  • The City Planning Institute of Japan, 1985
  • Japan Society of Traffic Engineers, 1985
  • Japan Research Center for Transport Policy
  • The Japan Society for International Development
  • Japanese Society for Engineering Education

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2024, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 2Term, New Technology and Ethics: Global Perspectives
  2. 2024, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Introduction to International Cooperation
  3. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Natural Disasters and Society I
  4. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Natural Disasters and Society II
  5. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineer's Ethics
  6. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Transportation System Engineering
  7. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Design of Infrastructures
  8. 2024, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Introduction of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  9. 2024, Undergraduate Education, Year, Graduation Thesis
  10. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering(April 2024 Master's Students)
  11. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering(October 2024 Master's Students)
  12. 2024, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering(April 2024 Doctoral Students)
  13. 2024, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering(October 2024 Doctoral Students)
  14. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Exercises of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering A
  15. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Exercises of Advanced Science and Engineering Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering B
  16. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering Program Common Subjects 1 (Smart Development)
  17. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Environmental Management
  18. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Developing Designing Ability
  19. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, International Environmental Cooperation Studies
  20. 2024, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Transportation Engineering
  21. 2024, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Workshop Training
  22. 2024, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Workshop Training
  23. 2024, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Intensive, Idea Mining Workshop

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. 3-221 Intensive Class for Improving Engineering Students' English Presentation Skill, 17, 294-295, 20050909
  2. 11-223 Role of Host Corporations in an Asia Internship-based Program and Evaluation to the Students Joined, 17, 578-579, 20050909
  3. Effects of in-vehicle warning information on drivers' decelerating and accelerating behaviors near an arch-shaped intersection, ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION, 41(5), 948-958, 200909
  4. Effectiveness of the Mode Choice Models Based on Stated Preference Data, Traffic Engineering, 24(5), 21-30, 19890401
  5. Analysis of the Temporal Variation of Stated Preference for the New Transit System Using Panel Data, Papers on City Planing, 397-402, 19920401
  6. Dynamic Analysis of Stated Preference for Travel Modes Using Panel Data, Infrastructure Planning Review, 31-38, 19920401
  7. The Reliability of Mode Choice Model Based on Stated Preference Data, Infrastructure Planning Review, 49-56, 19900401
  8. The Stability and Reliability of Stated Preference Data, PAPERS on CITY PLANNING, 103-108, 19900401
  9. Effectiveness of the Activity Diary as a Travel Survey Instrument, PAPERS on CITY PLANNING, 409-415, 19880401
  10. Temporal and Regional Stability of Individual Travel Behaviour, PAPERS on CITY PLANNING, 151-156, 19860401
  11. Effectiveness of Sdio-economic Characteristics on Individual Travel Behovior, Infrastructure Planning Review, 105-112, 19860401
  12. A Two-Period Panel Analysis of Stated Preference for Mode Choiee, PAPERS on CITY PLANNING, 79-84, 19930401
  13. A Correcting Method of Attrition Bias in Stated Preference Panel Data, Infrastructure Planning Review, 311-318, 19930401
  14. Modification of Stated Preference Mode Choice Models to Improve the Extoruel Validity, Proceedings of 7th World Conference on Transport Research, 797-809, 19930401
  15. Modification of stated Preference Mode choice Models to Improve to the External Velidity, Selected Proceedings of the 6th World Conference on Transport Research, 797-807, 19930401
  16. Development of Travel Demand Models Using Repeated Cross-sectional Data, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management, IV-29(524), 93-104, 19950401
  17. Correcting Attrition and Response Biases in Stated Preference Mode choice Models by Using Mass Point Approadc, Infrastructure Planning Review, 587-594, 19960401
  18. Prediction Accuracy of Mode Choice Models Based on SP Panel Data, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management, IV-37(576), 11-22, 19970401
  19. Analysis of Attending behavior to Park-and-Ride Experimental Scheme Using Duration Model, Infrastructure Planning Review, 671-678, 19970401
  20. Time Series Analysis of Commuting Behaviour After Introducing Flexible Time System, 165-168, 19980401
  21. Chances in Commuting Travel Behavior After Introducing Flextime System, Infrastructure Planning Review, 655-662, 19980401
  22. Duration Models Predicting Public Acceptance of Travel Demand Management Polices, Proceedings of Civil Engineering Seminar-Advanced Technology in Civil Engineering for South-East Asia Region, 394-404, 19980401
  23. A Correcting Method of Non-response biases in Trauel Diavy Data, Infrastructure Planning Review, 121-128, 19990401
  24. Analysis of Commuting Time Choice Behaciour under Flexible Time System, Infrastructure Planning Review, 941-947, 19990401
  25. Commuter’s Departure Time choice under Flexible Time systems by considering Household Constraincts, 117-120, 19990401
  26. Influences of Categorizing Alternatives in Time Choice Models on Similarity and Non-identity Among Alternatives, Infrastructure Planning Review, 599-604, 20000401
  27. Analysis of the Impact of Providing Multi-Modal Information on Travel Behavior, Proceedings of World Congress on ITS, 20000401
  28. An Evaluation Method of Traffic Calming Measures in Central Commercial District, 109-112, 20000401
  29. Evaluation of Low-Floor Light Rail Vehicle Based on Contingent Valuation Method, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4(6), 191-198, 20011001
  30. Dynamic Travel Demand Models Based on Longitudinal Person-trip Data, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4(3), 129-144, 20011024
  31. Travel Behavior Analysis under Uncertainties by Using Latent Class Model, Proc. of 4th EASTS Conf., 261-269, 20011001
  32. Model in Consideration of Similarity and Its Application, Proc. of 2nd ICTTS, 412-417, 20010701
  33. Evidence for Ionic Interaction between Cationic Surfactant and Anionic Intermediate Generated in Cathodic Reduction of Acetophenone, Chem. Lett., 240-241, 20010301
  34. Analysis of Commuting Time Choice Behavior under Flexible Time System, Infrastructure Planning Review, 16, 941-947, 19990901
  35. Correcting Attrition Bias in Stated Preference Mode Choice Models, Proceedings of ICTTS, 778-785, 20020401
  36. Survival Analysis of Public Participation in Experiment Scheme to Determine Travel Demand Management Policy, Proceedings of the 8th Meeting of the International Association of Travel Behaviour Research, 19970401
  37. Dynamic Travel Demand Models incorporating unobserved heterogeneity and first-order serial correlation, Proceedings of 8th World Conference on Transport Research, 19980401
  38. Dynamic discrete choice models considering unobserved heterogeneity with mass point approach (Outstanding Paper Prize), Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 3(5), 245-260, 19990915
  39. A Mode Choice Model Separating Taste Variation and Stated Preference Reporting Bias (Outstanding Paper Prize), Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4(3), 23-38, 20011024
  40. A Weekend Shopping Activity Participation Model Dependent on Weekday Shopping Behavior, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Sciences, 10, 335-343, 20030401
  41. A Hybrid Discrete Choice Model with Fuzziness, Proceedings of European Transport Conference 2003, CD-ROM, 20030401
  42. Analysis of Mode Choice Behaviours based on Latent Class Models, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research= International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, CD-ROM, 20030401
  43. Measurement of Willingness to Pay of Street Environment Improvement Based on Uncertainty, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4, 1356-1365, 20030401
  44. Transport Survey and Marketing Methods in Urban Public Transport by Using Boarding Records Collected by Integrated Stored Fare Card System, Selected Paper for International Symposium on City Planning, 270-279, 20030401
  45. Development of travel demand models using repeated cross-sectional data, Journal of Infrastracture Planning and Management, IV-29(524), 93-104, 19950401
  46. A mode choice model separating taste variation and stated preference reporting error, 15, 609-617, 19980401
  47. Transport Survey and Marketing Methods in Urban Public Transport by Using Boarding Records Collected by Integrated Stored Fare Card System, Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning 2004, 270-279, 20030801
  48. A Weekend Shopping Activity Participation Model Dependent on Weekday Shopping Behavior, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Sciences, 10(6), 335-343, 20031001
  49. A Hybrid Discrete Choice Model with Fuzziness, Proceedings of European Transport Conference 2003, 20030401
  50. Analysis of Mode Choice Behaviours based on Latent Class Models, International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, 20030401
  51. A sequential method for combining random utility model and fuzzy inference model, Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics= Fuji Technology Press Ltd., 7(2), 200-206, 20030401
  52. Evaluation of Low-Floor Light Rail Vehicle Based on Contingent Valuation Method, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4(6), 191-198, 20011001
  53. Evaluation of Light Rail Transit Based on Contingent Valuation Method, PAPERS on CITY PLANNING, 577-582, 20000401
  54. Influence of Road Improvement on Touring Behavior, Infrastructure Plannnig Review, 699-705, 19990401
  55. An Application of Paired Combinatorial Logit Models to Time Choice Behaciour Analysis, 117-120, 19990401
  56. A mode choice model separating taste variation and stated preference reporting error, 609-617, 19980401
  57. Route choice behavior model using fuzzy inference, Elsevier, 20030401
  58. Evaluating the effects of multi-modal travel information based on a discrete choice model with unequal and asymmetric structure, Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, CD-ROM, 20041101
  59. Development of methodology for analyzing travel patterns in the context of developing countries, Traffic and Transportation Studies= Proceedings of ICTTS 2004 (International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies)= Mao= B.= Tian= Z. and Sun= Q. (eds.)= Science Press= Beijing., 222-234, 20040401
  60. A dynamic bi-ordered-probit model system to evaluate the effects of introducing flexible working hour system, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  61. Representing travel choice behavior dynamics based on cross-sectional and longitudinal heterogeneity, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-64(765), 3-15, 20040701
  62. Urban sprawl, energy use and CO2 emissions in Japanese cities, CD-ROM, 20040401
  63. Development of a fuzzy contingent valuation method to assess amenity improvement of a neighborhood street, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  64. Evaluating the effects of multi-modal travel information based on the principle of relative utility maximization, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  65. Development of mode choice behavior models with incomplete sample data, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040401
  66. Hybrid choice behavior model considering uncertainty of subjective data, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-64(765), 17-28, 20040701
  67. A demand prediction model of transit services for the elderly in mountainous areas, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-67(786), 39-51, 20050401
  68. Applicability of household time allocation model with heterogeneous intra-household interaction to the analysis of the elderly transportation policies, Journal of Infrastructure Planning and Management= Japan Society of Civil Engineers, IV-67(786), 53-65, 20050401
  69. Finding behavioral rules of urban public transport passengers by using boarding records of integrated stored fare card system, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040401
  70. Influence of urban form on transportation energy consumption: Propositions for livable, environmentally-friendly cities, 20030401
  71. Effectiveness of EM-based imputation methods on correcting item non-response biases in travel diaries., Selected Proceedings of the 9th World Conference on Transport Research, 9, 20030401
  72. Measurement of Willingness to Pay of Street Environment Improvement Based on Uncertainty, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 4, 1356-1365, 20030401
  73. Transport Survey and Marketing Methods in Urban Public Transport by Using Boarding Records Collected by Integrated Stored Fare Card System, Selected Paper for International Symposium on City Planning, 270-279, 20030401
  74. Basic Study on Evaluation of Living Environments and Analysis of Household Residential Attitude Considering Intra-Household Interaction, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 39(3), 619-624, 20040401
  75. Society capacity evaluation for urban air quality management in the context of urban and transportation planning, Invited paper at the 9th National Convention on Civil Engineering= Thailand, 20040501
  76. Development of mode choice behavior models with incomplete sample data, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  77. A dynamic bi-ordered-probit model system to evaluate the effects of introducing flexible working hour system, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, 20040401
  78. Development of methodology for analyzing travel patterns in the context of developing countries, Traffic and Transportation Studies, 222-234, 20040401
  79. Evaluating the effects of multi-modal travel information based on a discrete choice model with unequal and asymmetric structure, Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 20040401
  80. Finding behavioral rules of urban public transport passengers by using boarding records of integrated stored fare card system, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, 20040401
  81. Development of mode choice behavior models with incomplete sample data, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, 20040401
  82. Evaluating the effects of multi-modal travel information based on the principle of relative utility maximization, Selected Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, 20040401
  83. Society capacity evaluation for urban air quality management in the context of urban and transportation planning, Invited Paper at the 9th National Convention on Civil Engineering, 20040401
  84. An empirical comparison of alternative models of household time allocation, Progress in Activity-Based Analysis= Timmermans= H. (ed.)= Elsevier, 259-283, 20050401
  85. A new discrete choice model with endogenous generation of choice set based on the principle of relative utility maximization, Paper accepted by the 84th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, 20050401
  86. Representing household time allocation behavior by endogenously incorporating diverse intra-household interactions: A case study in the context of elderly couples, Transportation Research C, 40(1), 54-74, 20060101
  87. A weekend shopping activity participation model dependent on weekday shopping behavior, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services= Pergamon, 10(6), 335-343, 20030401
  88. Development of a travel frequency forecasting system for bus service in depopulated areas, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 1576-1590, 20030401
  89. Dynamic analysis and modeling of stated preference for travel modes, International Journal of Urban Sciences, 8(1), 13-27, 20040401
  90. Developing a New Activity-Trip Scheduling Model based on Utility of Timing Incorporating Timing Constraints, Censored Timing and Sequential Correlation, Proceedings of the 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20050101
  91. A New Discrete Choice Model with Endogenous Generation of Choice Set Based on the Principle of Relative Utility Maximization, Proceedings of the 84th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20050101
  92. Social Capacity Indicators for Environmental Management: A Case Study in Transport Sector Using Macro-Level data, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 51-65, 20050301
  93. Measuring Capacity Indicators of Civil Society for Environmental Management in Beijing based on an Attitudinal Survey, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 67-86, 20050301
  94. Dyanmic Process Model of Social Capacity for Environmental Management, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 31-49, 20050301
  95. Evaluating the Effects of a New Vehicle Emission Standard on Urban Air Quality in Jakarta City, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 11-30, 20050301
  96. An empirical comparison of alternative models of household time allocation, Progress in Activity-Based Analysis= Timmermans= H. (ed.)= Elsevier, Chapter 12, 259-283, 20050401
  97. An analysis of activity-travel patterns in a developing country: The case of Metro Manila, Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Transport Research, CD-ROM, 20040701
  98. A cellular automata model of urban development with discrete choice, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 219-230, 20050101
  99. Methodology of developing social capacity indicators for environmental management: State-of-art and future directions, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 5-56, 20050101
  100. Measuring social capacity indicators for environmental management of transport sectors in the world cities, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 87-100, 20050101
  101. Development of social capacity indicators for environmental management in Beijing: A case study of citizen capacity indicator, Selected Proceedings of the 2nd COE Expert Meeting on Social Capacity for Environmental Management (SCEM) - Capacity Indicators and Development Process Modeling -, 2, 163-180, 20050101
  102. Analysis of sustainable urban form in Jakarta, Indonesia, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation in Developing Countries, 1, 69-76, 20040101
  103. Development of social capacity evaluation model for urban air quality management in the context of urban and transportation planning, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation in Developing Countries, 1, 57-68, 20040101
  104. A model of land use evolution based on cellular automata, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Social Capacity Development for Environmental Management and International Cooperation in Developing Countries, 1, 103-114, 20040101
  105. Comparative analysis of travel patterns in the developing cities based on a hybrid model, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4333-4348, 20050401
  106. Evaluating sustainability of urban development in developing countries incorporating dynamic cause-effect relationships over time (YASOSHIMA PRIZE: Best Paper Prize), Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4349-4364, 20050401
  107. Residential and travel mode choices in the developing world: A comparative study of eleven developing cities, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2463-2469, 20050401
  108. Development of a choice model for evaluating sustainable urban form in a developing city, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2164-2178, 20050401
  109. Analysis of travel behavior array pattern by lifestyle incorporating sequential dependencies in a day, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 91-106, 20050401
  110. Development of non-monetary indicators to evaluate public transport services in rural areas, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 423-434, 20050401
  111. Effects of flextime system on arrival and departure times to and from work, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 1956-1970, 20050401
  112. Multi-dimensional timing decisions: A case study in tourism behavior analysis, Tourism Analysis, forthcoming, 20060401
  113. Empirical analysis of pedestrian route choice and activity participation behavior at a city center on weekends, Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on RECENT ADVANCES IN RETAILING AND SERVICES SCIENCE= EIRASS= Orlando= Florida= USA= July 21-24, 20050401
  114. Car ownership and use model with intra-household interaction, Paper presented at the International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005)= Higashi-Hiroshima= March 31, 20050401
  115. Household activity-travel scheduling model, Paper presented at the International Workshop of International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS-2005)= Higashi-Hiroshima= March 31, 20050401
  116. Tourist travel demand analysis based on scheduling model, Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science= Portland= U.S.A.= August 7-10., 20050401
  117. Air Quality Improvement Analysis by New Emission Standards of Vehicles, Better Air Quality Workshop 2004= Agra-India= December, 20040401
  118. Evaluation of urban service quality in a local city considering intra-household gap, Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science= Prague= August 10-13., 20040401
  119. Comparative analysis of travel patterns in the developing cities based on a hybrid model, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4333-4348, 20050401
  120. Evaluating sustainability of urban development in developing countries incorporating dynamic cause-effect relationships over time, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 4349-4364, 20050401
  121. Analysis of travel behavior array pattern by lifestyle incorporating sequential dependencies in a day, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 91-106, 20050401
  122. Development of non-monetary indicators to evaluate public transport services in rural areas, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 423-434, 20050401
  123. An integrated process model of social capacity development for environmental management, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 31-49, 20050401
  124. Social capacity indicators for environmental management: A case study in transport sector using macro-level data, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 51-65, 20050401
  125. Measuring capacity indicators of civil society for environmental management in Beijing based on an attitudinal survey, Journal of International Development and Cooperation., 11(2), 67-86, 20050401
  126. Residential and travel mode choices in the developing world: A comparative study of 11 developing cities, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2463-2469, 20050401
  127. Development of a choice model for evaluating sustainable urban form in a developing city, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2164-2178, 20050401
  128. Effects of a flextime system on arrival and departure times to and from work, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 1956-1970, 20050401
  129. Using Stated Preference Approach as a Tool of Transportation Planning and Policy Analysis: Theory and Applications, The 5th International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals= (North America Chinese Transportation Association (NACOTA)=, forthcoming, 20050601
  130. A Comparative Analysis of Surface Ozone Patterns at Different Land Use Types in Jakarta City based on a Structural Equation Model with Latent Variables, Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board, CD-ROM, 20060101
  131. Analysis of Roadside Air Quality in Jakarta City : A Structural Equation Approach, JSME (Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers) International Journal, forthcoming, 20060401
  132. A Traffic Demand Prediction Model with Feedback for Jabodetabek Metropolitan Area, Indonesia, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 535-546, 20060801
  133. Modeling Pollutant Concentration based on the Technique of Artificial Neural Network, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 299-309, 20060801
  134. Choice of Travel Patterns: Theory and Application, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 207-216, 20060401
  135. Evaluating efficiency of household vehicle use, The Fifth International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies, 4, 268-277, 20060801
  136. A household time allocation model with behavioral interdependency between weekday and weekend, Paper accepted by the 11th World Conference on Transport Research, FORTHCOMING, 20070601
  137. Multi-dimensional timing decision model of household activity-travel behavior with endogenous coupling constraints, International Conference on Travel Behavior Research, CD-ROM, 20060401
  138. Bayesian analysis of group choice behavior in the context of household car ownership, The 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, CD-ROM, 20060801
  139. A generalized multi-state hidden Markov extension model for multi-state activity episode durations, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Human-Animal Interactions= Prague= Czech Republi, CD-ROM, 20060801
  140. EVALUATING ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING CITIES USING A FOUR-WAVE PANEL DATA, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  141. Evaluation of Multi-Modal Travel Information Website Based on Virtual Accessibility, 31(CD-ROM), 20050601
  142. Analysis of Pedestrian Excursion Route Choice at City Center on Weekends, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  143. Evaluation of Urban Governance in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Urban Air Quality Management in Beijing, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  144. Analysis of Household Time Allocation Behavior Based on a Large-Scale Time Use Data, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  145. Comparative Analysis of Transport Accessibility in Developing Cities From the Perspective of Social Inequity, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  146. Evaluation of Urban Service from the Perspectives of Citizens and Firms, 31 (CD-ROM), 20050601
  147. Empirical Analysis of Pedestrian Route Choice and Activity Participation Behavior in a City Center, Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on Retailing and Service Science= Portland= U.S.A.= August 7-10., 20050701
  148. Household Activity-Travel Scheduling Model, International Workshop on Advanced Transportation Studies (IWATS)= 2005, 20050301
  149. A Study on User’s Evaluation of Multiple Information Systems, 32 (CD-ROM), 20051101
  150. Representing Discrete Choice Behavior based on the Generalized Relative Utility, 28(CD-ROM), 20031101
  151. The Characteristics of Mode Choice Models Based on Stated Preference Data, Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering= Hiroshima University, 11(1), 19910401
  152. Dynamic analysis and modeling of stated preference for travel models, International Journal of Urban Sciences, 8(1), 13-27, 20040401
  153. Contributions of Regional ITS to Vitalizing Local Regions. - A Case Study of Shimanami Information System, Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 20040401
  154. Development of GIS-aid Planning system for Bus Services in Depopulated Areas, Proceedings of ICIT=Beijing, 20020401
  155. A Study on Regional ITS for Sustainable Systems.- A Case Study of "YUKINAMI Net System", Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, 20030401
  156. Nested Paired Combinatorial LogitModel to Analyse Recreational Touring Behaviour, Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Travel Behaviour(CD-ROM), 20000401
  157. Prediction Accouracy of Dynamic SP Mdels, Proceedings of 8th World Conference on Transport Research, 13, 19990401
  158. Dynamic Travel Demand Models incorporating unobserved heterogeneity and first-order serial correlation, Presented at 8th WCTR= Antwerp., 19980401
  159. Survival Analysis of Public Participation in Experiment Scheme to Determine Travel Demand Management Policy,Worksyop on Response to New Transport Altanatives and Policies, presented at 8th Meeting of the IATBR(International Association of Travel Behaviour Research)=Austin=Texas=U.S.A, 19970401
  160. Demand Analysis of Access Travel Mode to New Hiroshima Airport Based on Stated Preference Data, Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning 2004, 19950401
  161. Panel Analysis of Stated Preference Data, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Travel Behaviour= Quebec= pp.98-113., 19910401
  162. Dynamic Analysisof Stated Preferance for Travel Modes Using Panel Date, 19980401
  163. Transportation issues and future directions in Tokyo, Jakarta, Manila and Hiroshima, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 2391-2404, 20050401
  164. Urban travel behavior characteristics of 13 cities based on household interview survey data, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 23-38, 20050401
  165. A study on feasibility and effects evaluation method of introduction of packaged TDM measures, Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 6, 2378-2393, 20050401
  166. A model of household task allocation and time use, Transportation Research Part B, 39, 81-95, 20050401
  167. Modeling traveler choice behavior using the concepts of relative utility and relative interest, Transportation Research Part B, 38(3), 215-234, 20040401
  168. Analysis of Car Ownership Behavior in Local Japanese Cities from the Environmental Perspective, 95-102, 20040101
  169. Analysis of Ownership Behavior of Low-Emission Passenger cars in Local Japanese Cities, Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 5, 1379-1393, 20050901
  170. Development of a new discrete choice model incorporating group decision-making mechanisms, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 259-268, 20051001
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  288. Comparative Analyses of Group Discrete Choice Models: A Case Study in the Context of Household Choice of Vehicle Type, 41(2), 97-102, 20060401
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  298. Basic study on evaluation of living environments and analysis of household residential attitude considering intra-household interaction, 619-624, 20040401
  299. Hybrid discrete choice model incorporating fuzziness of subjective evaluation data, IV-64,17-28, 20040401
  300. Effects of multi-modal travel information considering unequal evaluation structure of choice alternatives, 213-216, 20030401
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  310. To correct panel attrition and reporting biases in travel mode choice model based on mass point approach, 587-594, 19960401
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  316. A Comparative modeling analysis of household time allocation behavior using a large-scale national time use data in Japan, the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20090111
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  319. The influence of socioeconomic characteristics and spatial environments on travel behavior in Dhaka city, the 88th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 20090101
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  639. A DEMAND PREDICTION MODEL OF TRANSIT SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY IN RURAL DEPOPULATED AREAS, 39-51, 20050420
  640. A DEMAND PREDICTION MODEL OF TRANSIT SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY IN RURAL DEPOPULATED AREAS, 39-51, 20050420
  641. A DEMAND PREDICTION MODEL OF TRANSIT SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY IN RURAL DEPOPULATED AREAS, 39-51, 20050420
  642. MOTORIZATION IN ASIA : 14 Countries and Three Metropolitan Areas, 31(1), 46-58, 20070501
  643. MOTORIZATION IN ASIA : 14 Countries and Three Metropolitan Areas, 31(1), 46-58, 20070501
  644. MOTORIZATION IN ASIA : 14 Countries and Three Metropolitan Areas, 31(1), 46-58, 20070501
  645. Time Allocation Model Incorporating Self-selection Biases of Activity Choice and Inter-activity Interactions, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 553-558, 20071025
  646. Time Allocation Model Incorporating Self-selection Biases of Activity Choice and Inter-activity Interactions, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 553-558, 20071025
  647. Time Allocation Model Incorporating Self-selection Biases of Activity Choice and Inter-activity Interactions, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 553-558, 20071025
  648. Development of household vehicle holding duration model incorporating multiple-peak distributions and application to policy analysis, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 571-576, 20071025
  649. Development of household vehicle holding duration model incorporating multiple-peak distributions and application to policy analysis, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 571-576, 20071025
  650. Development of household vehicle holding duration model incorporating multiple-peak distributions and application to policy analysis, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 571-576, 20071025
  651. Influences of city compactness on travel behavior patterns in a local city : Analysis using an aggregate-type discrete choice models incorporating inter-alternative similarities, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 595-600, 20071025
  652. Influences of city compactness on travel behavior patterns in a local city : Analysis using an aggregate-type discrete choice models incorporating inter-alternative similarities, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 595-600, 20071025
  653. Influences of city compactness on travel behavior patterns in a local city : Analysis using an aggregate-type discrete choice models incorporating inter-alternative similarities, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 42(3), 595-600, 20071025
  654. AN INTEGRATED MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY EFFICIENT CAR OWNERSHIP AND TRIP BALANCE, 32(2), 95-108, 20081101
  655. AN INTEGRATED MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY EFFICIENT CAR OWNERSHIP AND TRIP BALANCE, 32(2), 95-108, 20081101
  656. AN INTEGRATED MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY EFFICIENT CAR OWNERSHIP AND TRIP BALANCE, 32(2), 95-108, 20081101
  657. Global Environmental Leaders Education Program for Designing a Low-Carbon Society, Journal of environmental conservation engineering, 38(10), 687-694, 20091020
  658. Global Environmental Leaders Education Program for Designing a Low-Carbon Society, Journal of environmental conservation engineering, 38(10), 687-694, 20091020
  659. Global Environmental Leaders Education Program for Designing a Low-Carbon Society, Journal of environmental conservation engineering, 38(10), 687-694, 20091020
  660. Possibility of Low-Carbon Community Development and Regional Revitalization Applying Combination of Green-Community Voucher and Mobility Management, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 45(3), 463-468, 20101025
  661. Possibility of Low-Carbon Community Development and Regional Revitalization Applying Combination of Green-Community Voucher and Mobility Management, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 45(3), 463-468, 20101025
  662. Possibility of Low-Carbon Community Development and Regional Revitalization Applying Combination of Green-Community Voucher and Mobility Management, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, 45(3), 463-468, 20101025
  663. On the Effective Use of Urban Facilities Case1 Applicability of Stated Preference Data to Travel Demand Estimation of the New Transit System in Hiroshima, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 25(2), 41-52, 199002
  664. On the Effective Use of Urban Facilities Case1 Applicability of Stated Preference Data to Travel Demand Estimation of the New Transit System in Hiroshima, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 25(2), 41-52, 199002
  665. On the Effective Use of Urban Facilities Case1 Applicability of Stated Preference Data to Travel Demand Estimation of the New Transit System in Hiroshima, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 25(2), 41-52, 199002
  666. On the Effective Use of Urban Facilities : Case 2:The Mechanism of Fluctuation on Nitrogens in Shallow Rivers, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 26(1), 101-113, 199008
  667. On the Effective Use of Urban Facilities : Case 2:The Mechanism of Fluctuation on Nitrogens in Shallow Rivers, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 26(1), 101-113, 199008
  668. On the Effective Use of Urban Facilities : Case 2:The Mechanism of Fluctuation on Nitrogens in Shallow Rivers, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 26(1), 101-113, 199008
  669. Updating Procedures of Stated Preference Models, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 28(1), 141-152, 199208
  670. Updating Procedures of Stated Preference Models, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 28(1), 141-152, 199208
  671. Updating Procedures of Stated Preference Models, Memoirs of the Kure Technical College, 28(1), 141-152, 199208
  672. Mode Choice Models Based on Stated Preference Panel Data Including Refreshed Samples, Journal of international development and cooperation, 1(1), 105-116, 19950330
  673. Mode Choice Models Based on Stated Preference Panel Data Including Refreshed Samples, Journal of international development and cooperation, 1(1), 105-116, 19950330
  674. Mode Choice Models Based on Stated Preference Panel Data Including Refreshed Samples, Journal of international development and cooperation, 1(1), 105-116, 19950330
  675. A report of current organization and roles of transport administration in Great Britain, Journal of international development and cooperation, 4(1), 197-209, 19980301
  676. A report of current organization and roles of transport administration in Great Britain, Journal of international development and cooperation, 4(1), 197-209, 19980301
  677. A report of current organization and roles of transport administration in Great Britain, Journal of international development and cooperation, 4(1), 197-209, 19980301

Publications such as books

  1. 2010/01, Development within A Low Carbon World: Preparing Professionals for Post-Kyoto Climate Negotiations and Sustainable Growth Policies, Final Report of the International Workshop (Summer Course), 2010, 01, Report, Supervisor, 389
  2. 2010/03, JSPS Exchange Program for East Asian Young Researchers, The Short-term Research Fellow Course FY2009, 2010, 03, Report, Supervisor, 174
  3. 2010/03, The Short-term Education Program Environmental Leader Training for Sustainable Asia, JASSO/JENESYS program 2009/10, 2010, 03, Report, Supervisor, 132
  4. 2010/03, グローバルインターンシップ推進拠点の形成 最終報告書, 2010, 03, Report, Supervisor, 75
  5. 1997/01, Temporal Stability of Stated Preference Data , Understanding Travel Behaviour in an Era of Change, 1997
  6. 2005/01, An Empirical Comparison of Altaernative Models of Household Time Allocation , Progress in Activity-Based Analysis=Timmermans=H.(ed)=Elsevier, 2005, Scholarly Book, Joint work
  7. 2005/01, Multi-dimensional timing decisions: A case study in tourism behavior analysis, , Consumer Psychology of Tourism= Hospitality and Leisure= Volume 4= Mazanec= J.A.= Crouch= G.I.= Brent Ritchie= J.R. and Woodside= A.G. (eds.) (forthcoming)., 2005, Scholarly Book, Joint work

Awards

  1. 2009/07/12, Best Paper Award of the 15th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Tourism Association, Asia Pacific Tourism Association Director of Paper Review Committee, Representing tourists’ context-sensitive time use and expenditure behavior
  2. 2010/01/23, Best Paper Award of the 1st International Conference on the Future of Human Mobility, Thai Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies, Exploring Sustainable Urban Forms: A Case Study in Jabotabek Metropolitan Area
  3. 2011/05/27, Outstanding Paper Award 2010, City Planning Institute of Japan, Possibility of low-carbon community development and regional revitalization applying combination of Green-community voucher and Mobility Management
  4. 2001/10, Outstanding Paper Award of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, A Mode Choice Model Separating Taste Variation and Stated Preference Reporting Bias
  5. 2007/05, Best Paper Award of the 5th APac-CHRIE and the 13th APTA Joint Conference, APac-CHRIE and APTA, Exploring Japanese Tourists’ Choice Behaviors of Tour Plans along the Asian Highway based on a Paired Combinatorial Logit Model with Stated Preference Data
  6. 2010/04, Best Paper Award of Expressways and Automobiles, Express Highway Research Foundation of Japan, Statistical Analysis of Structural Changes of Traffic Demand Due to Variations of Gasoline Price
  7. 1999/09, Outstanding Paper Award of The Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Dynamic Discrete Choice Models Considering Unobserved Heterogeneity with Mass Point Approach
  8. 2005/09, Best Paper Prize of 6th EASTS Conference, "Shigeru Morichi, The President of EASTS", Evaluating Sustainability of Urban Development in Developing Countries Incorporating Dynamic Cause-effectRelationships over Time
  9. 2014/09/11, 2014 ITS World Congress Best Paper Award, Chair, 21st ITS World Congress Program Committee. President and CEO, ITS America. President and CEO, ITS Japan. CEO, ERITICO-ITS Europe.

Social Activities

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. 1999/03
  2. 2000/06
  3. 2000/10
  4. 2001/07
  5. 1998/10