Curriculum Vitae

  - Yusuke Sawaki

 

PERSONAL DETAILS

 

Address: Room 821A, 16 builiding, 3-8-1 Komaba, Meguro, Tokyo 153-8902, Japan

 

E-mail: y-sawaki"at"ea.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp

 

Phone: +81 3 5454 6364

 

Nationality: Japanese


 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. 2011, Geology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

 

Title: Surface Environment in the Ediacaran and Cambrian: Evidences from Sr and Ca isotope ratios.

 

M.Sc. 2008, Geology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

 

Title: Environmental change in Ediacaran period: estimated from radiogenic Sr isotope ratios preserved in strata at Three Gorges, South China.

 

B.Sc. 2006, Geology, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan.

 

Title: Geology for the Neoproterozoic strata in South China and Scotland.

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

 

3/2017-present: Assistant Professor at The University of Tokyo

 

4/2012-2/2017: Assistant Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology

 

4/2011-3/2012: Postdoctoral Fellow at Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), funded by Japan Society of the Promotion of Science (JSPS).

 

4/2009–3/2011: Ph.D student fellow at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, funded by JSPS (Research Fellowship, DC2).

 

 

RESEARCH GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS (As a Sole Investigator)

 

Estimation of Cu and Zn concentrations in Paleoproterozoic seawater.

JSPS, Research Fellowship for Young Scientist-A, 16,900,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to US$ ??,000) awarded for 1/4/2017-31/3/2020.

 

Chrono-stratigraphy for the Mesoproterozoic strata in Jixian, North China.

JSPS, Research Fellowship for Young Scientist B, 3,100,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to US$ 28,000) awarded for 1/4/2014-31/3/2017.

 

Deciphering surface environmental changes in the late Proterozoic by Re-Os isotopes.

JSPS, Research Fellowship for Young Scientist–PD, 2,300,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to US$ 20,000) awarded for 1/4/2012-31/3/2014.

 

Deciphering surface environmental changes in the late Proterozoic.

JSPS, Postdoctoral Fellowship for Young Scientist–PD, 900,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to US$ 8,000) awarded for 1/4/2011-31/3/2014, but declined on 31/3/2012.

 

Deciphering surface environmental changes in the late Proterozoic.

JSPS, Research Fellowship for Young Scientist–DC2, 1,400,000 Japanese Yen (equivalent to US$ 12,000) awarded for 1/4/2009-31/3/2011.

 

Field Experiences

 

To collect sedimentary rocks deposited during the Neoproterozoic,

 

- Three Gorges, Weng’an and Chengjiang, South China in 2005, 2006, and 2011 (totally 3 months).

- Scotland, Wales and Ireland in 2005, 2012, 2013, and 2014 (totally 3 months).

- Svalbard in Norway in 2007 (1 month).

- Altai in Russia in 2008 (3 weeks).

 

To collect sedimentary rocks deposited during the Neoproterozoic,

 

- Jixian, North China in 2015 (1 week).

 

To collect BIFs and Mn-ore deposited during the Archean and Paleoproterozoic,

 

- Pilbara, western Australia in 2010 (1 month).

- Labrador, eastern Canada in 2011 and 2012 (totally 2 months).

- Zimbabwe in Africa in 2015 (1 month).

- Gabonese Republic in Africa in 2016 and 2017 (totally 2 month).

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

- Geological Society of America.

- American Geophysical Union.

- Japanese Geological Society.

 

Publications

Could you see Research Gate.