Shinichiro Fujimori

, Kyoto University
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Shinichiro Fujimori is a professor at Kyoto University, Department of Environmental Engineering. He is also a visiting researcher at NIES and in Energy program at IIASA. Dr. Fujimori’s main fields of scientific interest include integrated assessment modeling in climate change mitigation as well as its impact and adaptation. Furthermore, his model representation covers broader sense of global social/environmental issues and their assessments such as poverty, food security, and biodiversity. Ultimately, his research aims to inform national and global environmental policies. Dr. Fujimori is involved in the development of AIM (Asian-Pacific Integrated Model) and the future emissions, energy, economy and land-use scenarios are widely used by the climate research community.

He is listed as a highly cited researcher in 2019, 2020 and 2021 by Clarivate for top 1% researchers in the research field and the top of Japanese researchers in Reuter’s Hot list of most influential climate scientists. Dr. Fujimori received his doctorate in Environmental Engineering from the Kyoto University (Japan), graduate school of Engineering in 2009, following the completion of an MSc and BSc in the same institution.


Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Interactions Between Urban and Rural Air Pollution in Asia 17 November 2023 Slides Environment, Urban Development
Air Quality and Health Co-Benefits of Coordinated Environmental and Climate Policies in Asia 17 November 2023 Slides Environment, Urban Development