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Naohiro Yoshida

Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology


 Naohiro Yoshida is the Professor and Chair of the Dept. of Environmental Chemistry and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology. He is one of the world leading scientists in the field of global environmental analysis. He introduced the
‘isotopomers; isotopic substituted molecules’ as the powerful tracers to help reduce uncertainties regarding the biological, chemical, physical, and anthropogenic source and sink processes of environmental molecules especially global warming related species. He has published over 210 papers including 8 published in Nature and Science, 14 patents, 30 book chapters, edited 6 books, been invited for keynote and/or invited for number of international scientific meetings. He was recently elected as a Science Advisory Panel of GEO-6, United Nations Environmental Programme of 30 representatives from the world among 800 candidates.
He has conducted many national projects including JST/CREST (1996-2001) and SORST (2002-2007)
projects funded by MEXT and MOE, Japan He served as a member of the Science Council of Japan in
2006-2008 and as a program officer (2004-2008) and a science committee member (2013-present) at Japan Society for Promotion of Science. He has handled ca. 1500 excellent quality papers as an editor of Geophys. Res. Lett. at American Geophysical Union (2004-2008) and Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, European Geosciences Union (2000-2010).

Research Interest

 Environmental science, Environmental Chemistry, Geoscience