University of Tokyo - Department of Architecture

Ippei Maruyama

Dr. Ippei Maruyama is a professor of The University of Tokyo and a professor of Graduate School of Environmental Studies at Nagoya University. He is also a concurrent research of Disaster Mitigation Research Center of Nagoya Univ.
He earned his B.Eng. in 1998, M.Eng. in 2000 and Dr.Eng. in 2003 from The University of Tokyo. Before he joined The University of Tokyo, he was visiting researcher at Delft University of Technology and assistant professor at Hiroshima University. His current research topics include architectural engineering, building material engineering, design of concrete structures, cement chemistry and concrete engineering, aging management of concrete structures, preservation of historical buildings and civil structures, radiation physics and chemistry for concrete, cement chemistry, applied geochemistry (mainly calcite and ferrite concretion phenomena, and geo-material applications). He has received several awards from Japanese government, Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ), Japan Cement Association (CAJ), and Japan Concrete Institute (JCI). He is a recipient of Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (The Young Scientists’ Prize) in 2013.