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Dr. Haibo MIAO Lecturer of Anhui University of Science and Technology

<Research Project>
Initiation and movement mechanisms of landslides along reservoir bank slope and disaster mitigation
E-mail: hbmiao@aust.edu.cn

Dr. Jun Yang Associate Professor, the University of Hong Kong

<Period>
December 24, 2013-January 14, 2014
<Supported by>
JSPS Invitation Fellowship Program for Research in Japan (Short-term)
<Research Project>
Development of risk assessment with high precision for earthquake-induced landslides and application

Dr. Aiguo Xing Associate Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

<Period>
December 15, 2012- December 15, 2013
<Supported by>
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
<Research Project>
Initiation and movement mechanisms of rapid long traveling landslides triggered by earthquake

Mr. William Schulz Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey

<Period>
August 19-28, 2013
<Supported by>
U.S. Geological Survey
<Research Project>
On the coseismic landslides occurring on Oregon, USA

Dr. Sergio D.N. Lourenco Lecturer, Cardiff University

<Period>
July 21, 2013-September 9, 2013
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Flume tests for improved forecasting of post-wildfire debris flows

Dr. Fanyu Zhang Lecturer, Lanzhou University

<Period>
May 9-June 19, 2013
<Supported by>
Lanzhou University and Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Fast shear behavior of rocks and rapid landsliding phenomenon

Dr. Oliver Korup Professor, University of Potsdam

<Period>
March 15-31, 2013
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Quantifying sedimentary impacts of typhoon-triggered clusters of landslide dams, Japanese mountains

Dr. Alexandru Codilean Assistant Professor, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences

<Period>
March 15-31, 2013
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Quantifying sedimentary impacts of typhoon-triggered clusters of landslide dams, Japanese mountains


Dr. Oliver Korup Professor, University of Potsdam

<Period>
August 9-18, 2012
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Quantifying sedimentary impacts of typhoon-triggered clusters of landslide dams, Japanese mountains

Dr. Maurice James McSaveney Senior Engineering Geomorphologist, GNS, New Zealand

<Period>
June 11, 2012 – July 13, 2012
<Supported by>
JSPS Invitation Fellowship Program for Research in Japan (Short-term)
<Research Project>
Micro-mechanics of earthquake-induced landslides

Dr. Jun Yang Associate Professor, the University of Hong Kong

<Period>
July 1-6, 2012
<Supported by>
The University of Hong Kong
<Research Project>
The rapid long movement mechanisms: view of granular mechanics

Dr. Zhongqi Yue Associate Professor, the University of Hong Kong

<Period>
June 13-July 1 , 2012
<Supported by>
The University of Hong Kong
<Research Project>
On the initiation and movement mechanisms of landslides triggered by earthquake and/or rainfall

Mr. William Schulz Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey

<Period>
March 4-16, 2012
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
On the sliding mechanism and hazard mitigation of large deep-seated landslides triggered by rainfall and/or earthquake


Mr. Haibo Miao Graduate School, University of Geosciences (Wuhan)

<Period>
October 1, 2011 – March 30, 2012
<Supported by>
University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
<Research Project>
Landslides in Three Gorges Reservoir area

Mr. William Schulz Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey

<Period>
August 4-17, 2011
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
On the sliding mechanism and hazard mitigation of large deep-seated landslides triggered by rainfall and/or earthquake

Dr. Sergio D.N. Lourenco Lecturer, Cardiff University

<Period>
August 10-31, 2011
<Supported by>
Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Triggering of landslides under extreme meteorological environment and landslide hazard mitigation

Mr. William Schulz Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey

<Period>
February 8-22, 2011
<Supported by>
U.S. Geological Survey
<Research Project>
Landsliding phenomenon in extreme meteorological environment


Dr. Maurice James McSaveney Senior Engineering Geomorphologist, GNS, New Zealand

<Period>
October 4, 2010 – November 14, 2010
<Supported by>
Long-term Staying joint research Program, DPRI, Kyoto University
<Research Project>
Risk assessment for earthquake-induced landslides

Dr. Yan Xu Lecturer, Jilin University

<Period>
July 15, 2010 – September 15, 2011
<Supported by>
Jilin University
<Research Project>
Human activities induced Landslides in Chinese urban area


Ms Jin Liu Graduate School of Nanjing University

<Period>
November 10, 2009 – May 23, 2011
<Supported by>
Chinese Government
<Research Project>
Development of eco-technology for the slope stabilization and application

Mr. Fanyu Zhang Graduate School of Lanzhou University

<Period>
September 21, 2009 – September 21, 2011
<Supported by>
Chinese Government
<Research Project>
Landslides in Chinese loess area

Dr. Fei Liu Lecturer, Chinese University of Geosciences (Beijing)

<Period>
April 1-September 30, 2009
<Supported by>
Chinese Governmentt
<Research Project>
Coseismic landslide hazard and mitigation