The 48th JTTRI Symposium on Research: Winter 2020 (Distribution of recorded video)

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Supported by 日本財団 THE NIPPON FOUNDATION

Organizer Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI) 
Date / Time Wed, Jan 27,2021 10:00 ~ Fri, Jan 29, 2021 10:00 (Viewing period)
Event Number The 48th
Lecturer Opening Remarks: SHUKURI Masafumi
Chairman,Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute

Remarks: YAMAUCHI Hirotaka
President for Research,Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute

Session(30min. each)
(1)COVID-19, its impact on the airline industry and how to respond to it
FUJIMURA Shuichi
Visiting Research Fellow, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)
Senior Advisor, ANA (All Nippon Airways)

(2)Enhancing Resilience of Global Logistics and Supply Chains:Perspectives from the impacts of COVID-19 on Japanese Companies
Rajali MAHARJAN
Research Fellow, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)
※Report in English (With Japanese subtitles)

(3)Study on the Impact of Women’s Workforce on Transport Demands by Railway along with Working Style Reforms
NEMOTO Saki
Research Fellow, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)

(4)Improvement of driver's work style and secure transport capacity by using Maritime Transport
KATO Hirotoshi
FUKKEN CO., LTD.
The former-Senior Research Fellow, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)

(5)An Evaluation of Measures for Reducing Greenhouse Gas from Maritime Transport:Perspective from Survival Analysis for Ships and Simulations
OKADA Akira
Visiting Research Fellow, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)
Tokyo City University Faculty of Environmental Studies, Associate Professor

MC: SAITO Haruka, Senior Research Fellow, JTTRI

Event Summary

JTTRI proposes policies and conducts surveys and research on transport and tourism with the aim of “bridging academic research and practical demands.”

The theme of each symposium is an important issue facing transport and tourism. Presentations are made in order to contribute to specific efforts of related organizations and private companies, reflecting the various policies of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.
This time, the symposium will be held online to prevent COVID-19 infection.

※Only the second report is in English. Everything else is reported in Japanese.

How to watch videos(Japanese PDF opens)

Program of the seminar is as the following

Opening Remarks
SHUKURI Masafumi<br>Chairman, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)

SHUKURI Masafumi
Chairman, Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute (JTTRI)


Remarks(Japanese)
Address
Prof. YAMAUCHI Hirotaka<br>President for Research,Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute

Prof. YAMAUCHI Hirotaka
President for Research,Japan Transport and Tourism Research Institute


Remarks(Japanese)
Session(1)
FUJIMURA Shuichi<br>Visiting Research Fellow,<br>Senior Advisor, ANA (All Nippon Airways)

FUJIMURA Shuichi
Visiting Research Fellow,
Senior Advisor, ANA (All Nippon Airways)

COVID-19, its impact on the airline industry and how to respond to it
File(Japanese)
Session(2)
Rajali MAHARJAN<br>Research Fellow,

Rajali MAHARJAN
Research Fellow,

Enhancing Resilience of Global Logistics and Supply Chains:Perspectives from the impacts of COVID-19 on Japanese Companies

file

Session(3)
NEMOTO Saki<br>Research Fellow,

NEMOTO Saki
Research Fellow,

Study on the Impact of Women’s Workforce on Transport Demands by Railway along with Working Style Reforms
File(Japanese)
Session(4)
KATO Hirotoshi<br>FUKKEN  CO., LTD.<br>The former-Senior Research Fellow,

KATO Hirotoshi
FUKKEN CO., LTD.
The former-Senior Research Fellow,

Improvement of driver's work style and secure transport capacity by using Maritime Transport
File(Japanese)
Session(5)
OKADA Akira<br>Visiting Research Fellow,<br>Tokyo City University Faculty of Environmental Studies, Associate Professor

OKADA Akira
Visiting Research Fellow,
Tokyo City University Faculty of Environmental Studies, Associate Professor

An Evaluation of Measures for Reducing Greenhouse Gas from Maritime Transport:Perspective from Survival Analysis for Ships and Simulations
File(Japanese)