Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
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Coordinates: 35°43?7.3?N 139°45?34.8?E / 35.718694°N 139.759667°E / 35.718694; 139.759667 Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo (ERI; Tokyo Daigaku Jishin Kenkyu-jo) is the institute in affiliation with University of Tokyo. It was founded in 1925. Many fellows research on various topics about Seismology and volcanology. The Institute is represented on the national Coordinating Committee for Earthquake Prediction.[1]

Organizational structure

  • Research Division
    • Division of Earth Mechanics
    • Division of Geodyanamics
    • Division of Monitoring and Computational Geoscience
    • Division of Disaster Mitigation Science
  • Affiliated Center
    • Earthquake Prediction Research Center
    • Earthquake Observation Center
    • Earthquake Information Center
    • Volcano Research Center
    • Ocean Hemisphere Research Center
  • Others
    • Outreach Program
    • Office of International Earthquake and Volcano Research Promotion

Former directors

References

  1. ^ Organizations with ties to CCEP CCEP, accessed 2011-03-19

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