Supervision

Interested in working with me?

Are you a (graduate) student interested in some of the topics I introduced on my research page or covered in some of my publications? Are you thinking about pursuing a Master or PhD on a related topic? While my current workplace (the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature in Kyoto) does not run a graduate program, I am able to serve as a co-advisor/committee member (depending on your topic of interest, of course). My supervision style? I see students as colleagues I collaborate with, in charge of their own project. Nevertheless, students deserve full support in making their decisions, timely and constructive feedback, and regular meetings if desired.

Interested? Please contact me!

Former students

Dr Minseo Kim

Dr Kim has graduate from Chiba University in 2019 with a thesis combining ecological and social analysis of informal greenspaces in Ichikawa City.