Since subjects of ISEE encompass natural phenomena over a wide region ranging from the Earth's surface to outer space, COSO are expected to perform empirical and advanced researches by observations. In particular, collaborations between industry, academia, and the government have led to remarkable technological developments in observations by aircraft, balloons, sounding rockets, and spacecrafts. We develop and implement innovative observation projects for orbital and suborbital observations and also promote the technological developments of these fields. COSO will play a key role in aircraft observation in Japan and promotes the aircraft observations of the Earth in cooperation with other organizations. We also investigate and promote the future space exploration missions collaborating with institutions in Japan and overseas to lead new insights of the physical phenomena.
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Basic course: 12.February,2020 - 26.February,2020 (10 days exc.weekend)
Advanced course: 27.February,2020 - 11.March,2020 (10days exc.weekend)
[Capacity] 20 people for each course
[Application] Application Form
Call for the 2nd "Space use by private sector 2 weeks basic course"
*Continuing from the first course in February, the second course will be held.
COSO Space Development and Utilization Office offers 2 weeks basic course as part of program to develop human resources for the use of artificial satellites in the private sector.
26.August,2019 - 6.September,2019(10 days exc.weekend)
[Apply] 22.August,2019 to 16.August,2019
The second basic course was completed successfully PHOTOS
Call for the 1st "Space use by private sector 2weeks basic course"
Lectures and training for undergraduate and graduate students who has interest in space use with satellites and data.
You can learn from current status of space development and satellite use as well as the way how to implement projects. Knowledge of Space/Artificial Satellite and types of major are not matter. PROGRAM
25.February,2019 - 8.March,2019(10 days exc.weekend)
[Apply] 15.January,2019 to 15.February,2019
The article of the interview to Designated Professor Murakami, "Imminent world water famine --- Growing expectation to Rainmaking for serious intense heat and drought" appeared in digital media "mugendai", issued by IBM ARTICLE
An article about aircraft observation by Professor Tsuboki "Approaching to Training(meteorology) with aircraft" made front page of Chunichi Shinbun ARTICLE
Professor Tsuboki succeeded in direct observation with a dropsonde using the aircraft rushing into the eye of Trami, the 24th typhoon. PHOTOS
Research Meeting(Joint use/Joint Research) "Ocean observations from small flying objects (3); how to find/choose suppliers of small satellites for ocean"
Date:7-8th September Venue: Nagoya University Research Institutes Building I 3F, Lecture Room PROGRAM
Research Meeting(Joint use/Joint Research) Typhoon Seminar 2017
Date:23-24 March, Venue:Nagoya University Research Institutes Building I 3F Lecture Room / Research Institutes Building II 3F, RB 2-3Hall
Direct observation with dropsonde using aircraft rushing into the eye of Lan, the 21st typhoon, has been succeeded on 21st Oct, 2017
Aircraft observation over mountainous area in UAE has been made. 22.Aug - 1.Oct UAE RESEARCH PROGRAM
Research Meeting(Joint use/Joint Research) "Ocean observations from small flying objects; on real-time data acquisition using small satellite constellation"
Date:7-8,July Venue:Nagoya Univeristy Research Institutes Building II 3F PROGRAM
Research Meeting(Joint use/Joint Research)"Promotions of Climate/Earth system science Research by using aircraft observation
Date:13-14, September Venue:Nagoya University Research Institutes Building 1F Lecture Room PROGRAM
Research Meeting(Joint use/Joint Research) "Oceanographic observation from small flying objects; on real-time data
Date:25-26, August Venue:Nagoya University Research Institutes Building I 3F Lecture Room PROGRAM
Research Meeting(Joint use/Joint Research) Typhoon Seminar
Date:4-5,August Venue:Nagoya University ES Building 1F Meeting Room PROGRAM