HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY FISHERIES SCIENCES

Japanese HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY

Graduate school

Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences
The graduate school comprises two divisions. Each division comprises six chairs:

Division Chair Academic keywords
Marine Bioresource and Environmental Science Marine Biology and Biodiversity Planktology, Benthology, Systematic ichthyology, Taxonomy, Species diversity, Ecology, Behavior, Life history
Marine Bioresource Science Marine ecology, Marine bioresources production, Population dynamics, Marine ecosystem, Stock fluctuation, Climate change, Fisheries activity, Evolutional ecology
Marine Environmental Science Marine environmental science, Physical oceanography, Coastal oceanography, Marine environmental chemistry, Chemical oceanography, Marine biogeochemistry, Aquatic chemistry
Marine Environment and Resource Sensing Satellite remote sensing, Marine environment monitoring, Hydroacoustic remote sensing, Quantitative echo sounder, Scientific sampling gear, Bycatch prevention, Bio-telemetry
Fisheries Engineering Engineering, Informatics, Technology, Fluid dynamics, Analytical approach, Tank experiment, Simulation, Measure and evaluation of aquatic animals
Humans and the Ocean Aquatic bioresources, Fishery management, Ocean policy, Macrophytes, Nekton, Innovative ports, Blue economy, Industrial-academic-government cooperation
Marine Life Science Aquaculture Biology Life science, Comparative physiology, Endocrinology, Reproduction, Aquaculture, Extracellular matrix, Metabolism
Aquaculture Genetics and Genomics Aquatic animals and marine macroalgae, Breeding, Gene, Chromosome, Biotechnology, Reproductive control, Development, Environmental response
Marine Biotechnology and Microbiology Marine microbiology, Marine molecular biology, Fish pathology, Marine enzymes, Motor protein, Muscular protein, Deep sea microbes, Fish pathogenic viruses
Marine Bioresources Chemistry Bio-analytical chemistry, Bio-molecular chemistry, Bio-functional chemistry, Chromatography, Biological activity,  Molecular biology
Marine Food Science and Technology Marine food science and technology,  Food biochemistry, Food hygiene and safety science, Seafood process engineering, Food wholesomeness, Health benefits of seafood, Seafood allergy
Marine Chemical Resource Development Fisheries waste, Sustainable use, Value adding, Zero emission, Aquaculture, Enzyme inhibitors, Marine polysaccharides, Marine complex lipids

 

1.2.1. Numbers of graduate students (as of May 2019)

Master’s course

PhD course

Special auditors

Research students

Special research students

Credit students

TOTAL

1st yr

2nd yr

Subtotal

1st yr

2nd yr

3rd yr

Subtotal

117

122

239

14

18

23

55

10

4

1

0

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