Carbon Free Smart City: IoT Infrastructure for Electricity Sharing

Yoshiki Yamagata

National Institute for Environmental Studies

YOSHIKI YAMAGATA graduated from the University of Tokyo (PhD in System Science). Since 1991, he works at the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES, Tsukuba). Currently, he is studying about the climate risk management as Principal Researcher of Center for Global Environmental Research (CGER). He is also affiliated with IIASA (Vienna) and Institute of Statistical Mathematics (ISM, Tokyo). His recent research topics include: Land use scenarios, resilient urban planning and International regime networks. He has lecture series at the University of Tokyo, University of Tsukuba and Hokkaido University. Internationally, he has served as Lead author of IPCC, Steering committee of “Global Carbon Project” and Editorial board of “Applied Energy” etc.


IoT infrastructure is rapidly expected to play an important role for achieving sustainable and resilient urban designs. IoT is often discussed with AI applications in smart city context including auto-drive system such as... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Yoshiki Yamagata (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
  2. Daisuke Murakami (National Institute for Environmental Studies)

Topic Areas

• Infrastructure systems, the built environment, and smart and connected infrastructure , • Resilience and planning , • Sustainable urban systems


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