Examination Information|Department of Ocean Technology,Policy and Environment, Graduate School,The University of Tokyo

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Examination Information Entrance in October, 2016 and April, 2017

Announcement of Successful Exam & Number of Students Accepted

1. Resurvey of Choice of Laboratory

After Special Oral Examination, the number of students acceptable to each program (supervisor) for Master Course students was fixed (See, Number of Students Accepted per Laboratory for Applicants for Master Course
 section).
If the applicants want to change the order of preferable programs (supervisors), please submit the enclosed list after Essay Examination on 24 Aug. 2015.
The list will also be delivered after Essay Examination on 24 Aug. 2015.

    2. Announcement of Successful Examinees (Applicants for Master Course)

    Successful examinees and their assigned laboratories will be shown in this page on 28 Aug. 2015.

      3. Number of Students Accepted per Laboratory for Applicants for Master Course

      -List of Laboratories and Number of Students Accepted for Master Course Applicants by Ordinary Examination and Special Selection for Applicants with Overseas Education
      ProgramsAdviserStudents
      Accepted
      Ocean Technology PolicyKen TAKAGI, Prof.2
      Ocean Industrial Science and TechnologyMasahiko OZAKI, Prof.2
      Ocean Resource and EnergyHideyuki SUZUKI, Prof.,
      Shinichiro Hirabayashi, Lecturer
      4
      Ocean Informaion SystemsHajime YAMAGUCHI, Prof.1
      Development of Integrated Ocean Hindcasting
      and Forecasting System
      Takuji WASEDA,  Prof.2
      Marine Environmental Modelling and SynthesizingToru SATO, Prof.2
      Marine Environment SystemsShigeru TABETA, Prof.2
      Underwater Acoustic Systems Engineering and Underwater Measurement Using Autonomous Underwater VehicleAkira ASADA, Prof.2
      Ocean Remote SensingChang-Kyu RHEEM, Prof.3
      Underwater Platform SystemsToshihiro MAKI, Assoc. Prof.2
      Marine Environment ObservationTakeshi KAWANO, Visiting Prof.
      3
      Climate Prediction and its ApplicationSwadhin BEHERA, Visiting Prof.

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