H-RISE 公益財団法人北海道科学技術総合振興センター 幌延地圏環境研究所


H-RISE 公益財団法人北海道科学技術総合振興センター 幌延地圏環境研究所

Horonobe RISE
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Northern Advancement Center for Science & Technology
5-3 Sakaemachi, Horonobe-cho, Teshio-gun, Hokkaido, 098-3221, Japan.
FAX +81-1632-9-4113

Co-Operation with Various Organizations

We conduct research in co-operation with various other organizations to obtain useful results.

Steering Commitee of the Horonobe Research Institute for the Subsurface Environment

The Horonobe RISE Institute is required to conduct research using the deep-stratum research facility to be built by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, while taking advantage of the geographical characteristics of the district. Since this requirement involves collaboration among the local town of Horonobe, the Horonobe Underground Research Center, the Hokkaido Government and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, these organizations have jointly formed a steering committee of Horonobe RISE to determine the Institute's management policy and so forth.

The Steering Committee consists of representatives from the abovementioned organizations, as well as academic experts from the outside world. Respecting the autonomy of Horonobe Town, the mayor of Horonobe has been appointed to chair of the Committee.

Steering Committee Members of Horonobe RISE
Chairperson Mayor of Horonobe
Committee Member Yoshiaki Fujii (Professor of Hokkaido University,
Graduate School of Engineering)
Committee Member Takeshi Naganuma (Professor of Hiroshima University,
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life)
Committee Member Shingo Tomiyama (Visiting Professor of Hokkaido University,
Graduate School of Engineering)
Committee Member Director General of Horonobe Underground Research Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Observer Natural Resources, Energy and Environment Department, METI Hokkaido
Observer Department of Economic Affairs, Hokkaido Government
Observer General Administration Division,Horonobe Town
Secretariat Northern Advancement Center for Science & Technology