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Jigyasu Rohit

ジグヤス ロヒト | Jigyasu Rohit
Papers (7):
  • Naoko Itaya, Rohit Jigyasu, Tomoki Nakaya. Current Conditions of Cultural Heritages which Suffered from the Great East Japan Earthquake; Challenges of the Recovering Process of Damaged Cultural Environment in the Case of Minami-Sanriku-Cho, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Journal of Disaster Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities. 2014. Vol.8. pp 55-62
  • Naoko Itaya, Rohit Jigyasu, Tomoki Nakaya, Toshikazu Seto, Satoshi Nagao. Geospatial Database for Damage and Risk Assessment of Cultural Heritage - The Cases of Tohoku Area following the Great East Japan Disaster and Historic City of Patan in Kathmandu Valley. Proceedings of Yildiz Technical University- ICOMOS ICORP INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, Cultural HERITAGE Protection in Times of RISK. 2012. pp 235-243
  • Naoko Itaya, Rohit Jigyasu, Kenzo Toki. UNESCO Chair on Cultural Heritage and Risk Management, THE INTERNATIONAL TRAINING COURSE ON DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGE. Journal of Disaster Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities. 2012. Vol.6. pp 355-360
  • Naoko Itaya, Rohit Jigyasu. Disaster Vulnerability of Historic City of Patan, Kathmandu Valley ; the case of Jatapur historic urban area. Journal of Disaster Mitigation of Cultural Heritage and Historic Cities. 2010. Vol. 4. pp 257-264
  • Naoko Itaya, Rohit Jigyasu. Research on Disaster Risk Assessment for Historic Urban Areas in the Historic City of Patan, Kathmandu Valley. Project Report on Cooperation for Cultural Heritage Conservation in Nepal, Exchange Program among Centers of International Cooperation for Cultural Heritage commissioned by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. 2009. pp 17-26
Lectures and oral presentations  (4):
  • Global Trend for Disaster Reduction in Historic Cities
    (Third International Conference on Risk Management- Reducing Vulnerability to Disasters in Historic Cities 2009)
  • Traditional Management Systems for Disaster Mitigation
    (Asian Academy for Heritage Management Research Conference - Asian Approaches to Conservation”, Bangkok 2006)
  • Towards Developing Methodology for Integrated Risk Management of Cultural Heritage Sites and their Settings
    (Scientific Symposium Monuments and Sites in their setting - conserving cultural heritage in changing townscapes and landscapes,15th General Assembly of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) held in Xi'an (China) 2005)
  • Teamwork for Integrated Emergency Management of Museums
    (ICOM-CC, 14th Triennial Meeting, the Hague, the Netherlands 2005)
Professional career (2):
  • Doctor of Engineering (Dr.ing) (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)
  • Masters in Architecture (M.Arch.) with specialisation in Architectural Conservation (School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India)
Work history (20):
  • 2005/11/01 - 2006/08/31 Consultant to the Culture Sector, Regional Office of UNESCO in New Delhi
  • 2006/03/23 - 2006/06/05 Consultant to UNESCO, Islamabad for undertaking Conservation Assessment of Museums in Peshawar and Swat, Pakistan
  • 2005/07 - 2005/08 Visiting Faculty for Norwegian University of Science and Technology for the Studio Project in Urban Ecological Planning for the Traditional Buddhist Settlement of Gyantse, Tibet
  • 2004/03 - 2005/06 Technical Advisor and Principle Instructor, Teamwork for Integrated Emergency Management, Museum Education Programme (MEP) Education Initiative by Getty, ICCROM and ICOM
  • 2004/11/01 - 2005/01/31 Visiting Professor, Research Center for Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan
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Committee career (2):
  • UNESCO Chair Professor
  • ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) Scientific Committee on Risk Preparedness (ICORP) President
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