Research Outline

The Earth and the geo-space around it are always influenced by solar activity. In the division for integrated studies, we study the dynamics and structure of this "solar-terrestrial environment system" from the holistic aspect. Our study covers the various subjects from solar activities such as solar flares and sun-spots to geomagnetic phenomena such as aurora and magnetic storm. Collaborating with researchers with domestic and international partners, we are advancing the integrated study of data analyses from ground-based and space-born observations and the numerical simulation using high-performance computation.
Variations in the solar-terrestrial environment have various influences not only on satellites and astronauts but also on social infrastructure such as aviation, telecommunication and electric power grid. The long-term variation of solar activity may affect even the global climate. In the division for integrated study, we are also taking the research to advance the space weather forecast by predicting the solar-terrestrial environmental variation through scientific understanding in cooperation with relevant institutes.
We hope that many people are interested in the studies of our division.


Dec 09, 2019
Korea-Japan Space Weather Workshop 2019
July 08, 2019
Publications updated
Aug 17, 2017
Dr. Sung-Hong Park has joined in the Division of Integrated Studies as a research fellow.
Aug 17, 2017
Participating in PSTEP Summer School Rikubetsu 2017
July 18, 2017
Mr. Johan Muhamad (PhD student) participated in the Second VarSITI General Symposium (VarSITI-2017)
July 12, 2017
Ms. Yuki Asahi and Mr. Kei Kamiya win the Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) of JpGU - AGU Joint Meeting 2017.
July 11, 2017
Mr. Magnus Woods (UCL) joined us as a JSPS Summer Program Fellow
April 03, 2017
General meeting for new FY 2017