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Kanako Iuchi

イウチ カナコ | Kanako Iuchi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (2): https://irides.tohoku.ac.jp/organization/iuchi_kanako.htmlhttps://irides.tohoku.ac.jp/eng/organization/iuchi_kanako.html
Research field  (1): Architectural and city planning
Research keywords  (4): まちづくり ,  community development ,  international development planning ,  Environmental planning (managing natural disasters)
Papers (25):
  • Elizabeth Maly, Aiko Sakurai, Fautisto Aure, Maria Caintic, Kanako Iuchi. Voices from communities relocated to Tacloban North after Typhoon Yolanda. IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 2021. 630. 012013
  • Kanako Iuchi, Yasuhito Jibiki, Beth Tamayose. Learning from a Post-Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda Recovery Institution (OPARR): A New Research Agenda for Recovery Governance. Journal of Disaster Research. 2020. 15. 7. 845-854
  • Yasuhito Jibiki, Dicky Pelupessy, Daisuke Sasaki, Kanako Iuchi. Implementation of Post Disaster Needs Assessment in Indonesia: Literature Review. Journal of Disaster Research. 2020. 15. 7. 975-980
  • 近藤 民代, 井内 加奈子, 馬場 美智子, マリ エリザベス. 低頻度メガリスク型沿岸域災害の復興減災期における土地利用管理 -カンタベリー地震,ハリケーン・サンディ,東日本大震災を事例として-. 都市計画報告集. 2020. 19. 2020. 5-12
  • Kanako Iuchi, John Mutter. Governing community relocation after major disasters: An analysis of three different approaches and its outcomes in Asia. Progress in Disaster Science. 2020. 6. 100071-100071
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MISC (1):
  • Iuchi, Kanako. Rhetoric of recovering resilient - unveiling how building back safer transforms into development for prosperity: A case of post-Yolanda rebuilding. 2019
Books (12):
  • 東日本大震災からのスタート : 災害を考える51のアプローチ
    東北大学出版会 2021 ISBN:9784861633577
  • 総合検証東日本大震災からの復興
    岩波書店 2021 ISBN:9784000237444
  • Revisiting Tohoku’s five-year recovery: Community rebuilding policies, programs and implementation
    Springer 2018
  • The 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami: Reconstruction and restoration insights and assessment after 5 years
    Springer 2018
  • Developing an evaluation framework of national level interim reconstruction agencies after mega-disasters: an initial attempt on evaluation by referring to international case
    Rokka 2017
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Lectures and oral presentations  (16):
  • Exploring the potential of a community co-design framework to address equitable community relocation - an assessment of three relocation cases after large-scale environmental change in Asia
    (Managed retreat conference 2021)
  • Long-term community relocation after typhoon Haiyan - Residents’ adaptive and transformative decisions
    (60th Annual Association of Collegiate School of Planning 2020)
  • Post-disaster relocation governance in three different countries in Asia
    (Natural Hazard Workshop | IRCD Researchers Meeting 2020)
  • Preliminary Observations and Findings from the EERI Palu, Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami Resilience Reconnaissance Team
    (EERI: Learning from the Earthquake 2020)
  • Planning for recovery after great disasters
    (The 2019 National Planning Conference, American Planning Association 2019)
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Education (3):
  • 2006 - 2010 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • 2004 - 2006 Cornell University,
  • 1990 - 1994 University of Tsukuba, College of Policy Planning and Sciences
Professional career (2):
  • PhD in Regional Planning (University of Illinois)
  • Master of Regional Planning (Cornell University)
Awards (4):
  • 2018/02 - Association of Collegiate School of Planning/ the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Case Study Award Rhetoric of recovering resilient: Unveiling how building back safer transforms into development for prosperity (A case of post-Yolanda rebuilding)
  • 2012 - The World Bank. EAP VPU Team Awards, Sustainable Low-Carbon City Development in China
  • 2011/05 - Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois. Outstanding Doctorate Student Award
  • 2009 - National Science Foundation, the Public Entity Risk Institute and the University of Colorado Natural Hazards Center. National PERISHIP awards Dissertation Fellowships in Hazards, Risk, and Disasters
Association Membership(s) (4):
地域安全学会 ,  日本都市計画学会 ,  Earthquake Engineering Research Institute ,  American Planning Association
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