Chiho OCHIAI

Field

Global Environmental Architecture

Position

Associate Professor

Contact

Tel: 075-753-5723
E-mail: ochiai.chiho.2x*kyoto-u.ac.jp

Education

Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Doctor in Global Environmental Studies, 2011
Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Master Degree in Global Environmental Studies, 2006-2008
University of California, Davis, B.A. in Sociology (Development Studies and World Emphasis), 1999

Work Experience

Associate Prof. Kyoto University, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, 2020-present
Assistant Prof. Kyoto University, Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, 2010-2020
Pacific Consultants International, 1999-2006

Recent Publications

  • Chiho Ochiai, “A Study on the Traditional Evacuation Shelter “AGARIYA”, its Distribution, Built Location and Usage Change – Case Study from Hongu-cho, Tanabe-city, Wakayama prefecture-“, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, Vol.55, No.3, pp. 1151-1158, October 2020
  • Sung Lun Tsai, Ching Yuan Yang, Chuan Zhong Deng, Chiho Ochiai, “Relationship of the Post-Disaster Policy and Residents’ Opinion Bases on a Time Series Analytical Method – The Case Study of Typhoon Morakot in Taiwan”, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, Vol. 55, No.3, pp. 1128-1135, October 2020
  • Chiho Ochiai, “Temporary Emergency Shelter at the Time of Flood Called ‘Agariya’ in the World Heritage Site of Kumano, Japan”, Earthen Architecture and Heritage at Risk, The international Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume XLIV-M-1-2020, pp.691-698, 2020
  • Chiho Ochiai, “Flood Disaster Response of Hot-Spring Village: Issues Associated with 2018 Flood at Kawayu-Onsen in Hongu-cho, Wakayama, Japan”, Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Climate Change, Disaster Management and Environmental Sustainability, CWMD Kumamoto University, Japan, pp. 332-337, September 19-21, 2019
  • Chiho Ochiai, “A Study on Living Environment Adaptation Processes of Transmigration Community in Indonesia – Case of Sitiung, Sumatra Island”, Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan, Vol.55, No.3, pp. 365-371, October 2018
  • Nafesa Ismail, Kenji Okazaki, Chiho Ochiai, Livelihood Changes in Banda Aceh, Indonesia after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Vol. 28, pp. 439-449, Jun. 2018
  • Chiho Ochiai, Achievements of the neighborhood association after 1991 Eastbay fire and their sustainability, GRF Davos Planet@Risk, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 222-224, Nov. 2015
  • Jane SINGER, Hai HOANG and Chiho OCHIAI, Post-Displacement Community Resilience: Considering the Contribution of Indigenous Skills and Cultural Capital among Ethnic Minority Vietnamese, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, Vol. 56, No. 2, pp. 208-222, Aug. 2015
  • Chiho Ochiai, “The Processes and Mechanisms of Community-based Disaster Management in Shirakawa Village”, 2011 International Symposium of City Planning, pp.519-528
  • Chiho Ochiai, “The Mechanism and Its Sustainability of the Traditional Community Based Disaster Preparedness Organizations in Japan”, International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC, Davos 2010
  • Chiho Ochiai and Rajib Shaw, “Chapter 12: Post-Disaster Reconstruction in Urban Areas in Aceh” Community, Environment and Disaster Risk Management, Volume 1, Urban Risk Reduction: An Asian Perspective, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2009
  • Chiho Ochiai, Ryo Matsumaru and Masami Kobayashi, “Study on the Re-establishing Process of a Community and Its Capacity for Problem Solving after the Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster: Case Study of Temporary Housings in Meulaboh in Aceh Province Indonesia”, 44th Research Paper Committee, The City Planning Institute of Japan, No.8, August, 2009