SSI (Sustainable Social Infrastructure) is a next-generation social infrastructure that promotes individual happiness by ensuring safety and security for when life expectancy reaches 100 years.
We aim to solve four global social issues -building a resilient society, designing voices of the Earth, creating smart cities, innovation- to create the foundation for the realization of SSI.
Team Tokyo Tech is a front runner in contributing to the realization of SSI through cooperation with companies and industries.
Within the strategic fields that Tokyo Institute of Technology has established to gain world-class excellence, Sustainable Social Infrastructure (SSI) is a pioneering project aiming to realize next-generation social infrastructure that ensures safety, security, and happiness in this time when a life expectancy of 100 years is becoming a reality.
As a core element for the promotion of SSI, we established SSI Team Tokyo Tech consisting of researchers and research supporters throughout Tokyo Tech to perform strategic studies with the goal of solving global social issues related to SSI.
We hope to have your continuing support and cooperation for Tokyo Tech’s SSI projects.
President, Tokyo Tech
Establishing a society that is resilient, safe and secure against natural disasters that have become harsher and more frequent while seeking ideal infrastructure management through the utilization of digital technology
Climate change and natural disasters, Disaster prevention and mitigation, Infrastructure management, Structural dynamics
Establishing a sustainable human environment using environmental innovation and technology, technology for diverse energy, etc. considering people, nature, architecture and cities in a comprehensive manner
Global, regional, urban and human environment, National lands and urban planning & design, Green infrastructure, Circular economy, Wellness, Biodiversity, Energy and carbon neutral
Leading city and community development for the next generation through the utilization and linkage of data, and the integration of cyber and physical space
Spatiotemporal information science, Transportation and mobility, Robotics, Data science and AI
Promoting social change to solve global issues, and research and development for innovation management reforms
Economic and social redesigns, Behavior transformation, Innovation ecosystem, Transdisciplinary research, Management innovation
University Research Administrator(URA)
School of Environment and Society Tokyo Institute of Technology