CV of Takeshi TSUJI

- Education -
1998/04 - 2002/03 B.S., Resources and Environmental Engineering, Waseda University
2002/04 - 2004/03 MSc, Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo
2004/04 - 2007/03 Ph.D., Earth and Planetary Science, University of Tokyo

- Experience -
2004/04 - 2005/03 Center Of Excellence (COE) Research Assistant
2006/04 - 2007/03 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellow (DC)
2007/04 - 2007/08 Post Doctor in IFREE / JAMSTEC
2007/09 - 2012/03 Assistant Professor in Kyoto University
2010/02 - 2011/01 Visiting Scientist in Stanford University (JSPS Excellent Young Researchers Overseas Visit Program)
2012/04 - 2017/03 Associate Professor in Kyushu University
2017/04 - Professor in Kyushu University
2019/04 - Visiting Professor in Kyoto University

- Governmental Committee -
Tsuji was member of the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) committee for the evaluation of the geological formations around the Japanese island (2016-2017) and the specifications for new vessels for geological survey (2016). When the earthquake occurred close to the CO2 storage site in Hokkaido in 2018, Tsuji joined a committee of the METI to discuss the relationship between the earthquake and CO2 storage. He is also a member of the committee of RITE (of the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry), which influences operations standards (2014-2019). In addition, Tsuji participates in the committee of the Ministry of the Environment that will promote offshore CCS projects around the Japanese Islands (2017-2019) and updates a regulation for CO2 geological storage in offshore area (2015-2017). Tsuji was also a member of the JAMSTEC (or MEXT) committee which promotes the international ocean drilling project (2015-2016).Finally, Tsuji was a member of the committee on the “International Ocean Discovery Program” (US NSF; 2014-2016).