Dr. Noriko Otsuka

Studium der Architektur an der britischen Universität York. Promotion am Joint Centre for Urban Design, Oxford Brookes University, Großbritannien. Forschung an der ETH Zürich, Schweiz und ILS-Gastforschungsaufenthalt in 2013.Associate Professor (Specially Appointed) an der Osaka Universität, Japan, seit Juli 2018.

Themenschwerpunkte:

  • Trans-Europäische Transportnetzwerke und urbane Knotenpunkte
  • Walkability (Fußläufigkeit) und Städtebau
  • Regeneration/ Revitalisierung von Brachflächen und Urban Governance

Kontakt:
Telefon: + 49 (0) 231 9051-267
E-Mail: noriko.otsuka@ils-forschung.de

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • Miyagawa, Tomoko; Otsuka, Noriko; Hirokazu, Abe (2016): Lessons from the International Comparison of Contaminated Land Policies with Risk Governance in Japan, the Netherlands, and the UK. In: International Journal of GEOMATE, Vol. 10, Issue 21, pp. 1899–1905.
  • Otsuka, Noriko; Reeve, Alan (2007): The Contribution and Potential of Town Centre Management for Regeneration – Shifting its Focus from Management to Regeneration. In: Town Planning Review, Vol. 78, Issue 2, pp. 225–250.
  • Otsuka, Noriko (2017): Regenerating Derelict Brownfield Sites for Beneficial Use: English and Japanese Approaches Compared. In: Asano, Junichiro; Ubaura, Michio; Toshiya, Matsukawa (eds.): Land Use Planning in City Shrinking Era, Tokyo, pp. 192–198. (Veröffentlicht auf Japanisch)
  • Miyagawa, Tomoko; Olver, Clare; Otsuka, Noriko; Kurose, Takefumi; Hirokazu, Abe (2016): Lessons and Achievements from the Mersey Forest by Networking Partnerships for Twenty Years. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, 21–23.11.2017, Tsu City, pp. 564–570.
  • Arnone, Maurizio; Delmastro, Tiziana; Endemann, Peter; Otsuka, Noriko, Pensa, Stefano; Rosa, Andrea (2015): Towards an Integrated Railway Network along the Corridor Genoa-Rotterdam, In: Drewello, Hansjörg; Scholl, Bernd (eds.): Integrated Spatial and Transport Infrastructure Development, pp. 147–168.
  • Dixon, Tim; Otsuka, Noriko; Abe, Hirokazu (2013): Critical Success Factors in Urban Brownfield Regeneration: Bringing ‚Hardcore‘ Sites in Manchester and Osaka back into Use. In: Leary, Michael; McCarthy, John (eds.): A Comparison to Urban Regeneration: Global Constraints, Local Opportunities, pp. 241–250.
  • Otsuka, Noriko; Abe, Hirokazu (2008): Challenges for Brownfield Regeneration: A Comparison of English and Japanese Approaches, In: Beriatos, Elias; Brebbia, Carlos, A. (eds.): Brownfields IV, Prevention, Assessment, Rehabilitation and Development of Brownfield Sites, Conference Proceedings, Southampton, pp. 33–42.
  • Kurata, Haruka, Otsuka, Noriko; Abe, Hirokazu (2008): Perception of Private and Public Sectors of the Regeneration of Post-Industrial Areas in Japan, In: Beriatos, Elias; Brebbia, Carlos, A. (eds.): Brownfields IV, Prevention, Assessment, Rehabilitation and Development of Brownfield Sites, Conference Proceedings, Southampton, pp. 255–263.
  • Kurata, Haruka; Abe, Hirokazu; Otsuka, Noriko (2008): Case Study on Brownfield Regeneration in UK-Hackney (Olympic Site), Barking, and Birmingham. In: Summaries of Technical Paper of Annual Meeting for Architectural Institute of Japan, Nr. 7086, pp. 171–172. (published in Japanese)
  • Kurata, Haruka; Abe, Hirokazu; Otsuka, Noriko (2007): A Consciousness and Cooperation with Private Enterprises and Administration for Post Industrial Area Redevelopment. In: Summaries of Technical Papers of Annual Meeting for Architectural Institute of Japan, Nr. 7073, pp. 177–178. (published in Japanese)
  • Delpiano, Roberta; Endemann, Peter; Delmastro, Tiziana; Otsuka, Noriko; Hartogs, Cor (2017): State-of-Play: Examination of the Ground for an IITT Concept within the Rhine-Alpine Corridor Framework. In: Internal Report for INEA (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency). RAISE-IT Activity 3 Team, Mannheim.
  • Otsuka, Noriko; Lepinioti, Ioanna; Delmastro, Tiziana (2017): Literature Review: Indicators for Urban Node Accessibility. In: Project Report for INEA (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency). RAISE-IT Activity 1 Team, Mannheim.
  • Otsuka, Noriko (2015): Turning Brownfield Sites into Green Spaces: The Case of the Mersey Forest. In: Architecture Research by the Japan Institute of Architects (Kenchikuno Kenkyu), Vol. 232, pp. 5–10. (Veröffentlicht auf Japanisch)
  • Binsted, Anne; Otsuka, Noriko (2010): Transport Provision and the Regeneration of Derelict Sites in Japan. Client Report, Wokingham.
  • Binsted, Anne; Otsuka, Noriko (2009): Transport Provision and the Regeneration of Hardcore Derelict Sites. Client Report, Wokingham.
  • Otsuka, Noriko; Reeve, Alan (2007): Town Centre Management and Social Inclusion, Working Paper in Real Estate and Construction, 2007/ Nr. 1, Oxford.
  • Dixon, Tim; Otsuka, Noriko; Abe, Hirokazu (2010): Cities in Recession: Urban Regeneration in Manchester (England) and Osaka (Japan) and the Case of ‘Hardcore’ Brownfield Site. In: Report for the RICS Education Trust and Kajima Foundation, Oxford.
  • CODE24 Action 17 Team (2014): Results: Expert Workshop on High-Speed Rail (HSR) Integration to Corridor 24, Project Report. Mannheim.
  • CODE24 Action 17 Team (2014): Introduction Paper: Expert Workshop on High-Speed Rail (HSR) Integration to Corridor 24, Project Report. Mannheim.
  • Dixon, Tim, Otsuka, Noriko; Abe, Hirokazu (2010): Cities in Recession, Urban Regeneration in Manchester England and Osaka Japan and the Case of Hardcore Brownfield Sites. In: FiBRE Series June 2010.
  • Otsuka, Noriko; Butina-Watson, Georgia (2007): Urban Design from Children’s Point of View – How Japanese People Can Learn from JCUD’s Summer School for Children. In: Urban Housing Sciences, Vol. 2007, Issue 56, pp. 50–54. (published in Japanese)#
  • Kurul, Esra; Colantonio, Andrea; Otsuka, Noriko (2006): Influence of Social Capital on Knowledge Creation. In: Working Papers in Real Estate and Construction, 2006/2, Oxford.
  • Otsuka, Noriko; Reeve, Alan (2004): Town Centre Management as Regeneration. In: Urban Design Quarterly, Issue 91, pp. 17–19.
  • Otsuka, Noriko (2003): Towards the Regeneration of Town Centres – The Role of Town Centre Management in the UK Context. In: Regional Development by Japan Centre for Area Development Research, Vol. 463, pp. 32–38. (Veröffentlicht auf Japanisch)

Vorträge (Auswahl)

  • Walkability Assessment im urbanen Raum – Eine State of the Art Analyse und Anwendungsbeispiele zielgruppenspezifischer Messinstrumente (van der Vlugt, Anna-Lena; Welsch, Janina; Conrad, Kerstin; Schmitz, Julian; gemeinsam mit Otsuka, Noriko*; Penger, Susanne*; Fina, Stefan*; Gerten, Christian*). Vortrag im Rahmen der #GeoWoche2021 der deutschen Gesellschaft für Geographie (DGfG), 06.10.2021, Videokonferenz.
  • Walker´s Paradise for everyone? Enhanced instruments to assess urban walkability (gemeinsam mit Conrad, Kerstin*; Welsch, Janina*). Vortrag im Rahmen der RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2021, 03.09.2021, Videokonferenz.
  • Walker’s Paradise for everyone? New instruments to identify walkability including environmental factors (gemeinsam mit Conrad, Kerstin*; Welsch, Janina*). Vortrag im Rahmen des Online-Workshops “Challenges and opportunities for reducing car dependence in urban neighbourhoods” der RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2020, 01.09.2020, Videokonferenz.
  • Guidelines for improving the urban node accessibility: The case of TEN-T railway stations along the Rhine-Alpine Corridor (gemeinsam mit Wittowsky, Dirk*). Vortrag auf dem AESOP Annual Congress „Planning for Transition”, 10.07.2019, Venedig, Italien.
  • The influence of creative activities on the residents and the conservation of culture, history and landscape in Setouchi Islands, Japan: The case of ‘Inujima’ Island (Asai, Yuka; gemeinsam mit Abe, Hirokazu*; Otsuka, Noriko*). Vortrag auf dem AESOP Annual Congress „Planning for Transition”, 10.07.2019, Venedig, Italien.
  • Walkability assessment for the urban area around TEN-T railway stations. Vortrag auf der NECTAR Conference 2019 „Towards Human Scale Cities – Open and Happy”, 07.06.2019, Helsinki, Finnland.
  • Walkability and rail nodes along the Trans-European Transport Network: the case of Genoa Brignole Station (gemeinsam mit Wittowsky, Dirk; Damerau, Marlene). Vortrag auf der 4th International Conference on Science, Engineering & Environment (SEE 2018), 13.11.2018, Nagoya, Japan.
  • Regeneration for Socio Ecological Production Landscape in Seriously Environmental Damaged Rural Area (gemeinsam mit Azegami, Takato; Abe, Hirokazu; Miyagawa, Tomoko). Vortrag auf der 4th International Conference on Sciences, Engineering & Environment (SEE), 12-14.11.2018, Nagoya, Japan.
  • Environmental Regeneration and Management in Partnership in the Northwest of England (gemeinsam mit Tomoko, Miyagawa; Olver, Clare; Abe, Hirokazu). Vortrag auf der 4th International Conference on Sciences, Engineering & Environment (SEE), 12-14.11.2018, Nagoya, Japan.
  • Developing Benchmark Indicators for the Assessment of Public Spaces in Railway Station and its Surrounding Areas: The Case of the Rhine-Alpine Corridor (gemeinsam mit Wittowsky, Dirk; Lepinioti, Ioanna). Vortrag auf der Planning Research Conference 2017, 11–13.09. 2017, Belfast, Großbritannien.
  • Influence of „MINNANOIE“ (Common room) on the Physical or Mental Health of Victims and Elderly People Affected by the Great Kumamoto Earthquake in Japan (gemeinsam mit Kinoshita, Mika; Abe, Hirokazu). Vortrag auf der Planning Research Conference 2017, 11–13.09.2017, Belfast, Großbritannien.
  • Regenerating Post-Coalmining Cities in Japan: The Current Situation and Future Approaches to Revitalisation (gemeinsam mit Hatakeyama, Nozomi; Abe, Hirokazu). Vortrag auf der Planning Research Conference 2017, 11–13.09.2017, Belfast, Großbritannien.
  • The Potential Use of Green Infrastructure in the Regeneration of Brownfield Sites: The Case of Osaka Bay Area in Japan (gemeinsam mit Isehara, Yuto; Abe, Hirokazu; Miyagawa, Tomoko). Vortrag auf dem AESOP Annual Congress „Spaces for Dialog for Places of Dignity“, 11–14.07.2017, Lissabon, Portugal.
  • Greening Brownfields with Open Space Strategies in Sakai City, Japan (gemeinsam mit Miyagawa, Tomoko; Kurose, Takefumi; Abe, Hirokazu). Vortrag auf der ECLAS Conference 2016 „Bridging the Gap“, 11–15.09.2016, Rapperswil, Schweiz.
  • Applying the Green Infrastructure Concept for Regenerating the Region Affected by the Nuclear Accident in the Fukushima Prefecture (gemeinsam mit Yasutaka, Tetsuo; Abe, Hirokazu; Miyagawa, Tomoko). Vortrag auf der SER Europe Conference 2016 „Best Practice in Restoration“, 22–26.08.2016, Freising.
  • Lessons from the International Comparison of Contaminated Land Policies with Risk Governance in Japan, the Netherlands and the UK (gemeinsam mit Miyagawa, Tomoko; Abe, Hirokazu). Vortrag auf der 5th International Conference GEOMATE 2015 on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, 16–18.11.2015, Osaka, Japan.
  • Greening Brownfields to Mitigate the Perceived Risks of Land Contamination: Comparing Post-Industrial Sites in Germany, England and Japan (gemeinsam mit Abe, Hirokazu). Vortrag auf der 23rd SRA-E Conference „Analysis and Governance of Risks beyond Boundaries“ der Society for Risk Analysis Europe, 16–18.06.2014, Istanbul, Türkei.
  • Developing Trans-European Railway Corridors: Lessons from the CODE24 Project (gemeinsam mit Günther, Felix Christian; Tosoni, Ilaria; Braun, Cecilia). Vortrag auf dem 27th AESOP/ACSP Congress „Planning for Resilient Cities and Regions