Shinya Hanaoka

Shinya Hanaoka
Tokyo Institute of Technology | TITech · Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering

PhD
Tokyo Institute of Technology

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Additional affiliations
April 2018 - present
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Position
  • Professor (Full)
June 2007 - March 2018
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
July 2003 - May 2007
Asian Institute of Technology
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
April 1996 - March 1999
Tohoku University
Field of study
  • Infrastructure Planning
April 1994 - March 1996
Tohoku University
Field of study
  • Infrastructure Planning
April 1989 - March 1994
Tohoku University
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering

Publications

Publications (141)
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While the demand for low-cost air transportation is potentially huge in Asia, development of low-cost carriers (LCCs) lags behind the region's overall aviation development, and certainly lags behind the LCC development in North America and Europe. It has been noted that market conditions and the regulatory environment of Asia are different from tho...
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The volume of international trade and freight transport in Asia has witnessed fast growth in recent decades. The resulting environmental impact of freight transport operations has become a major cause of concern. Intermodal transport has gained prominence recently due to its potential to offer door-to-door service through the integration of various...
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This paper provides a methodology to determine the reasonable concession period that would be advantageous both to the government and the private sector with the impact of risks taken into consideration in the financial evaluation using Monte Carlo simulation and bargaining game theory. The simulation produced a range of concession period for the p...
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This study analyses the ASEAN Single Aviation Market (ASAM) policy to be introduced by the end of 2015. We conduct a scenario study to estimate the impact of low-cost carrier (LCC) network expansion under liberalized air transport policies in the ASEAN region. Establishing joint ventures is a possible way for foreign carriers to expand the network...
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The movement of cruise ships has the potential to be a major trigger of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreaks. In Australia, the cruise ship Ruby Princess became the largest COVID-19 epicenter. When the Ruby Princess arrived at the Port of Sydney in New South Wales on March 19, 2020, approximately 2,700 passengers disembarked. By March 24, about...
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The threat due to risk factors disrupts supply chain continuity. To ensure supply chain continuity, it is important to understand the interdependency between seaport risk factors and the threat of supply chain disruption, from an economic and risk management perspective. This study understands the threat utility of port-centric supply chain risk di...
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The number of container ports that cooperate to improve port productivity or profitability has been increasing. Various types of port cooperation have different business scopes, such as terminal management and hinterland access. For these cooperation types, the motivations are divided into two types based on the market in cooperation: regional welf...
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Several ports want cruise ships to call at their ports for economic benefits. However, the main cause of concern is the complexity of port selection behavior for cruise lines. Tracking cruise ship movement data may help them understand the port selection behavior of cruise lines. This study aimed to examine the structural changes in the cruise netw...
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Seaports are crucial in modern global supply chain networks and systems, exerting a significant impact on the ecological area's economy. Supply chain entities play a substantial integration role, and potential threats at seaports harm chain continuity. This study proposes a rough set-based genetic algorithm, to investigate the central tendency in s...
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In many countries, document and border procedures create trading barriers, thereby impairing economic growth. These can range from insufficient transshipment facilities to unsupportive institutional arrangements. To address this, countries have taken reforms to improve their procedures by introducing electronic documentation systems, strengthening...
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Purpose: Disrupted healthcare facilities due to disasters leave the affected communities without access to sufficient health care. This study proposed the use of mobile health clinics to address the issues faced by medical service providers during disaster response. Design/methodology/approach: A mobile health clinic a mobile facility that perform...
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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has had serious impacts on the airline industry. Understanding the network dynamics of individual airlines is essential for discussing aviation policies in emergent situations to achieve both ensuring network connectivity and maintaining competition among airlines. In this study, we quantitatively reveal the day-to-day...
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The objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of port cooperation on port hierarchy based on network analysis. Specifically, several complex network measures and link predictions using graph embedding are applied. Container ports have intensified the competition for higher positions in the port hierarchy because ports in the higher port hie...
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Congestion and delays occur on airport surfaces as a result of a rapid increase in the demand for air transport. The aim of this study is to determine the differences between optimized and observed operations to improve airport surface operation at Tokyo International Airport by using mixed-integer linear programming to minimize the total ground mo...
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Optimal upper and lower thresholds model for traffic guarantee are proposed to optimize the risk allocation between a government and a concessionaire considering the perspective of lenders and the risk tolerances of the participants. In this study, the condition for the lender to provide the loan is that the default probability of the project does...
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The Japanese aviation market experienced significant changes in the past decade, with a few entrant low-cost carriers (LCCs) changing the duopoly by the two dominant full-service airlines (FSAs) of Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. However, the major disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic might change industry development trajectory. This...
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This paper revisits multiple-airport systems from a noise pollution perspective. It aims to investigate the contradictions between the (re)development of an older airport located close to the core city, despite the existence of newer airports on the one hand and noise pollution issues on the other hand. Case studies include Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris,...
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This study examines the conditions that influence the choice between direct shipment and transshipment, focusing on two factors: geographical distance and demand. We develop a two-stage model comprising shipping lines and shippers, and apply it to a virtual maritime network with one origin, two destination ports, and one hub port. The generalized c...
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Tokyo Metropolitan Area (TMA) is the center of Japan’s industry and economy, and it is also a large consuming area with many populations. The appropriate promotion of the location of logistics facilities is one of the challenges because the location have a influence on the flow of whole logistics. If the categories of logistics facilities such as f...
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Hub-and-spoke (HS) networks are cost-effective because they allow the realization of economies of density. However, the cost of point-to-point (PP) networks may be lower than that of HS networks when certain conditions, such as cargo demand, bunker price, vessel size, and the shippers’ value of time change. This study explores the factors that infl...
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Several cross-border land corridor projects have been implemented worldwide, because land transport is a vital alternative to international maritime transport in inter-regional transport. Maritime transport generally costs less than land transport, but it is much slower. Nonetheless, land transport can be more appropriate than maritime under certai...
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The introduction of intra-airport terminal competition is viewed as a method to restrain the market power of airports; yet, there is little industry evidence, and existing research has not fully clarified the possible impact. This study investigates the effects of terminal competition on pricing and social surplus. We develop an analytical model an...
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Global maritime container trade has increased during the past two decades. In many developing countries, secondary ports have been developed to complement primary ports. However, primary ports are still being used even after the development of a secondary port, notwithstanding heavy congestion at the former. Construction of new port infrastructure...
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This paper discusses the efficiency of cooperation among ports under congested conditions and determines an approach for strategic cooperation between ports through model analysis. We develop a bilevel optimization model based on the benefit maximization problem of port authorities and cost minimization problem of cargo carriers. We consider severa...
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Sri Lanka’s strategic location allowed it to develop its Colombo port into a transshipment hub in South Asia. The Sri Lanka Port Authority decided to expand the Colombo port and develop the Hambantota port, with China Merchant Port Holding currently being a major stakeholder in Hambantota port. Using two different logit models, this study analyzes...
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The government is promoting compact city with multipolar networks as a policy. To achieve this, the relationship between residential relocation and characteristics of residential zones should be clarified. Decisions to change residence affect households, and are affected by life stage changes, and residential relocation awareness varies by the life...
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Increasing population in urban areas drives urban cover expansion and spatial growth. Developing urban growth models enables better understanding and planning of sustainable urban areas. The SLEUTH model is an urban growth simulation model which uses the concept of cellular automata to predict land cover change using six spatial inputs of historica...
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Purpose The purpose of this study is to develop a methodology which amalgamates quantitative and qualitative approaches to determine the best placement of mobile logistics hubs (MLH) to be established in different parts of Nepal as a part of real-life project, “Augmentation of National and Local-Level Emergency Logistics Preparedness in Nepal” (201...
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This paper discusses the effects of the cooperation among terminal operators in a single port as a part of their coopetition strategy in order to increase overall port competitiveness by minimizing vessel traffic congestion and berthing delays at terminals. A mixed-integer programming model is formulated incorporating game-theoretical decision-maki...
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Multi-modal transportation may be a solution in the immediate aftermath of a disaster when transportation resources are scarce. This study presents a multi-modal relief distribution model using a three-level chain composed of (1) supply nodes, (2) logistics operational areas, and (3) affected areas, while considering multiple trips for disaster res...
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Bulk cargo containerization (BCC) involves changes in the transportation mode of container shipping for cargo that uses bulk carriers without packing. This topic has recently attracted considerable attention as an alternative transportation method for container cargo. BCC is advantageous because it can address imbalances in the amount of cargo conv...
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Social development has played an important role as well as economic development since 1990s. In ODA, donors have increased community development projects to facilitate social development. These projects adopt participatory approach and focus on empowerment of the stakeholders. Community development projects are composed of sub projects of several s...
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The three-wheeler, a Sri Lankan form of paratransit, is a popular and important mode of transport in Sri Lankan cities due to largely insufficient public transport systems. However, knowledge of the three-wheeler industry including the role of drivers' groups and the effect of these groups' social capital related factors on the driver's life satisf...
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This study simultaneously explores the effects of “consolidation” and “privatization” of ports that are located in proximity to one another. The main benefit of consolidation is assumed to be economies of scale due to the aggregation of container cargo in one port, while that of privatization is cost reduction for port management and operations. We...
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The government is promoting compact city with multipolar networks as a policy. To achieve this, residential relocation from suburban area to public transport corridors are necessary. Decisions to change residence affect households, and are affected by life stage changes, and residential relocation awareness varies by the life stage. This study aims...
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This study investigates how multi-airport privatization in a tourism region would affect the regional air transport market. An optimization model is developed to formulate the objectives of the three stakeholders, namely airports, airlines, and travelers, to evaluate the market outcomes in different cases. Leisure trip-chain travelers are specifica...
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This paper aims to evaluate port position in the Intra-Asian maritime container network based on centrality measures. From the results, main hub ports such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Busan, and Shanghai are identified as occupying pivotal positions in Intra-Asia in terms of centrality measures. Busan port is an important linkage for the pairs of othe...
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Disaster response operations revolve around uncertainties. While uncertainties arising due to randomness can be avoided for post-disaster location problem, those arising because of impreciseness may persist long after the disaster's occurrence. Despite the uncertainties and lack of sufficient information about the extent of the damage, disaster res...
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A substantial number of studies have revealed an association between crime and land use, in some cases by representing land use using socio-economic and demographic data to evaluate their correlation with various types of crimes. The spatial autocorrelation between land use and crime is also often investigated. Many studies focus on data obtained f...
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An intra-port coopetition model is proposed, which simultaneously characterizes both competition and cooperation among terminal operators in a port when competing with operators from external ports. Terminal operators make cooperative efforts to increase port competitiveness, while simultaneously making competitive efforts for price adjustment, cos...
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Cross-border corridors with proper conditions, facilities and institutions are one solution for reducing transport costs and times for landlocked developing countries. The stakeholders of cross-border corridors such as roads, railways, and ports, manage their own infrastructure, hence, stakeholders may desire to gain more benefit by obtaining more...
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This paper examines the promotional activities of higher education abroad program of Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), Japan, namely Global Scientists and Engineers Program (GSEP), that was carried out in Indonesia. The objective is to document the lessons learned in the form of promotional methods, to identify the challenges, and to summ...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to reveal the importance of the order of establishment of temporary logistics hubs (TLHs) when resources (mobile storage units used as TLHs) are limited and to present the development and implementation of a methodology that determines the order of establishment of TLHs to support post-disaster decision making....
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Air transportation is especially critical to the immediate response that must be providedafter a natural disaster strikes a region. Airport operations are hindered by fluctuating waiting timesacross different operation types because of bottlenecks caused by unexpected amounts of aid goods,aircraft, and emergency workers. To address this problem, th...
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This chapter examines the issues of the low-cost carriers (LCCs) in Japan and their impact on the domestic and international aviation markets. “Genuine” LCCs, such as Peach Aviation and Jetstar Japan, began their operations in 2012 to follow the new movement of low-cost and low-fare airlines, which are different from the “new emerging” airlines, su...
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The government is promoting compact city with multipolar networks. In order to consider inducing measures for attraction of urban functions and residents in siting optimization plans, it is important to analyze the long-term change of residential zone characteristics and its impacts on travel behavior in neighborhood scale. This study aims to class...
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This study evaluates the air cargo connectivity of Suvarnabhumi airport in Thailand by developing an air cargo connectivity model that includes new air cargo operation deficiency factors. Our model is developed and extended from the NetCargo model and assesses the impact of air cargo operation deficiency of airports/airlines on their air cargo perf...
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Disaster response operations are inherently complicated due to the uncertain and dynamic nature of the disaster impacts. Despite the uncertainties and lack of sufficient information about the extent of the damages, disaster response facilities must be set up quickly. Moreover, the decision on whether to open, where to locate, and when to open disas...
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The hub port competition has intensified beyond regional boundaries, resulting in the port of Colombo competing with the Southeast Asian hub ports of Singapore, Klang, and Tanjung Pelepas in the transshipment market. This study analyzes the competitiveness of Colombo as a transshipment hub in “hub and spoke” and “relay” networks. Shipping lines eva...
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Abstract With the competitive nature of the liner shipping industry, the transshipment hub port selection process has become complicated with numerous decision-making criteria that need to be considered, and competition between hub ports has accelerated across different regions. The emergence of different liner service networks, such as “hub and sp...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the application of the dynamic vehicle routing problem for last mile distribution during disaster response. The authors explore a model that involves limited heterogeneous vehicles, multiple trips, locations with different accessibilities, uncertain demands, and anticipating new locations that ar...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to develop a mathematical model that determines the location of temporary logistics hubs (TLHs) for disaster response and proposes a new method to determine weights of the objectives in a multi-objective optimization problem. The research is motivated by the importance of TLHs and the complexity that surrounds t...
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Several studies exist that revealed decent association of crimes with distinct land uses and their transportation networks. However, the prevailing attempts are discrete in nature, i.e., lacked a systematic framework, and often focused on data from those land use where crime took place and ignored those land use data which are less crime prone. Thi...
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Tokyo Metropolitan Area (TMA) is the center of Japan's industry and economy, and it is a large consuming area with many populations. The logistics companies propound the importance of supply chain management. There are several researches on location choice problem and location of each logistics facility in TMA, while there is no research from the v...
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In this paper the possibility of utilization of wireless sensor network in application to human sensing problem is examined. With the emphasis on crowd dynamics monitoring, the most critical issues regarding this application are analyzed. Based on limitations and shortcomings of contemporary crowd monitoring approaches, as well as the specificity o...
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The use of warehouse for storing emergency relief items has been proven to improve overall responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness of the humanitarian supply chain while decreasing the cost incurred in the process. Driven by the same goals, this study determines the optimal number and locations of warehouses to be placed in different parts of...
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This study aims to identify the factors that would enhance containerization in intra-East Asian trade, especially containerization of bulk cargo, which has been mainly transported by bulk carriers. To this purpose, the authors first conducted a cluster analysis for intra-East Asian seaborne trade by k-means clustering to analyze the commodity-wise...
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Humanitarian Logistics has gained attention as it is expected to make a difference in disaster operations success. While managing pre-disaster decision is important, the ability to served victims as quickly after disaster stroke can help minimize the suffering. Last mile distribution is an inherent risk in humanitarian logistics due to its high unc...
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Rapid tourism development adversely impacts and negatively transforms World Heritage Sites. This study aimed at examining how tourism growth has impacted the built environment of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR through an empirical approach. Luang Prabang has received a critical warning from World Heritage Committee for the escalating development pressure o...
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This study conducted a large-scale survey in Dhaka, Bangladesh; the survey involved 95 major hospitals, more than 3000 emergency room patients, and 2 of the largest ambulance operators. Currently, most ambulances are parked within the vicinity of hospitals and are either dispatched or fetched by the acquaintances of the patient on demand, resulting...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to develop a method for diagramming a base camp or space for emergency workers and a staging area to be used during sorting, storing, loading, and unloading of relief goods in a humanitarian logistics base airport. Design/methodology/approach A method is developed based on a synthesis of the relevant literature...
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Compared with point-to-point (PTP) transport, a hub-and-spoke (HS) network benefits from consolidation of cargoes in hubs, leading to lower average costs for hub-to-hub transport because of scale economies. This article explores the use of intermodal road – Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) transport, in complement with container transport, that is, in a com...
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The CO2 emissions of China exceeded America in 2005. Since then, China became the top and takes 20% of the CO2 emission in the whole world. Since China has a vast territory and differences in different provinces, when discussing the solution of reducing the CO2 emission, it is essential to take the effect of supply chain's upstream of industry and...
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In ODA field, peacebuilding projects are mainly composed of infrastructure reconstruction components. It is, however, not verified whether infrastructure reconstruction process promotes peacebuilding activities in light of empowerment effect/impact for the destructed societies. It is also not fully analyzed the differences between the projects in p