Shogo Komori        Postdoctoral Fellow
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TEL: +886-2-2783-9910 ext. 618
Email: komori@aso.vgs.kyoto-u.ac.jp

SPECIALTY:
Physical volcanology
Electromagnetics on volcanoes



EDUCATION:
Ph.D., Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, March 2011
M.S., Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, March 2007
B.S., Faculty of Sciences, Kyoto University, March 2005


EXPERIENCES:
Postdoctoral fellow Resercher, Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, April 2012 to present
Research Scientist, Aso Volcanological Laboratory, Kyoto University, Japan, April 2011 to March 2012

RESEARCH INTEREST:
Magnetotelluric (MT) surveys on Aso volcano, Sakurajima volcano, Hakone volcano (Japan),
and Tatun Volcano Group (Taiwan).

Evaluation of volcanic fluid fluxes using electrical conductivity (resistivity) structure of volcanoes.

Quantitative examination of the effect of hydrothermal alteration on the bulk conductivity
using electrical conductivity measurements on drillcore samples.

ACADEMIC SOCIETY:
Japan Geoscience Union
American Geophysical Union
The Volcanological Society of Japan

PUBLICATIONS:
[papers]
1. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Terada, A., Inoue, H., Srigutomo, W., Tanaka, Y., Hoshizumi, H. Relation between high temperature and low resistivity in the shallow part of the northeastern foot of Unzen volcano, Bulletin of the volcanological society of Japan, 53, 131-136, 2008.

2. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Hoshizumi, H., Takakura, S., Mimura, M., Vertical Mapping of Hydrothermal Fluids and Alteration from Bulk Conductivity: Simple Interpretation on USDP-1 Site, Unzen Volcano, SW Japan, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 198, 339-347, 2010.

3. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Inoue, H., Azuhata, I., Two-dimensional resistivity structure of Unzen Volcano by AMT and MT surveys Earth, Planets and Space, in revision.

4. Fairley, J.P., Utsugi M., Komori S., Kagiyama T., Modeling a Low temperature Hydrothermal System on Mt. Nakadake, Aso Caldera, Kyushu, Japan, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, in revision, soon accepted.


[reports]
1. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Terada, A., Inoue, H., Srigutomo, W., Tanaka, Y., Hoshizumi, H. Relation between high temperature fluids and resistivity structure in the shallow part of a volcano, Conductivity Anomaly Workshop, 79-80, 2007.

2. Kanda, W., Hashimoto, T., Hurst, T., Sakanaka S., Yamada, K., Ogawa, Y., Aizawa, K., Takakura, S., Okubo, A., Koyama, T., Kobayashi, W., Tanaka, Y., Utsugi M., Inoue, H., Komori S., Ishihara K., Yamazaki, T., Takayama T., Tamuguri, T., Preliminary results of electromagnetic surveys - intensive observation of Sakurajima volcano in 2007, Conductivity Anomaly Workshop, 131, 2008.

3. Inter-university research of the Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo 2008-G-16 (author: Komori, S., representative: Kagiyama, T., administrator: Utada, H.), Relation between micro structure of resistivity and physical property of rock: case study of Unzen Volcano, http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/sharing/H20seika/G/H20ippanseika.html.

4. Kanda, W., Yamazaki T., Hashimoto, T., Sakanaka, S., Yamada, K., Ogawa, Y., Aizawa, K., Takakura, S., Koyama, T., Kobayashi W., Komori, S., Research group of electromagnetic structure of Sakurajima volcano, AMT resistivity structure survey of Sakurajima volcano, 10th intensive and multiple observations of Sakurajima volcano(June 2007-March 2008), 89-104, 2008.

5. Utsugi, M., Kagiyama, T., Komori, S., Inoue, H., Hashimoto, T., Koyama, T., Ogawa, Y., Kanda, W., Yamazaki, T., Nagamachi, S., Ishida, N., Resistivity structure of Aso caldera revealed by wide-band MT surveys, 4th intensive and multiple observations of Aso volcano (April 2008- March 2009), 31-42, 2009.


[conferences]
(Domestic conferences in Japan)
1. Komori, S., Shimamoto, T., Estimation of Underground Permeability Structure of Hacchobaru and Ohtake Geothermal Areas, Japan earth and planetary science joint meeting 2005, J064-P003, Chiba (Japan), May 2005.

2. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Hoshizumi, H., Tanaka, Y., Inoue, H., The transference of geothermal solution in the northeast of the Unzen volcano, Japan geoscience union meeting 2006, V101-P021, Chiba (Japan), May 2006.

3. Komori, S.,, Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Hoshizumi, H., Tanaka Y., Inoue, H., Terada, A., Srigutomo, W., Resistivity structure and flow of hot fluid in the northeast of Unzen volcano, The volcanological society of Japan 2006 fall meeting, Kumamoto (Japan), B43, October 2006.

4. Komori, S.,, Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Hoshizumi, H., Tanaka, Y., Inoue, H., Terada, A., Srigutomo, W., Relation between resistivity structure and high temperature fluids beneath a volcanic edifice, Conductivity anomaly workshop, Kyoto (Japan), March 2007.

5. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Terada, A., Inoue, H., Srigutomo, W., Tanaka, Y., Hoshizumi, H., The relation of resistivity structure and geothermal solution in the shallow of the volcano, Japan geoscience union meeting 2007, V237-011, Chiba (Japan), May 2007.

6. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Terada, A., Inoue, H., Srigutomo, W., Tanaka, Y., Hosizumi, H., Relation between Geothermal Water Flow and Resistivity Structure in the Shallow Part of the Volcano, Japan geoscience union meeting 2008, V170-002Chiba (Japan), May 2008.

7. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Contribution of the dissipation of volcanic gases to the spatial conductivity distribution around volcanoes, The volcanological society of Japan 2008 fall meeting, P66, Iwate(Japan), October 2008.

8. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Relation between resistivity structure and hydrothermal fluids beneath a volcano: case study of USDP-1 drilling site, Unzen volcano, Japan, DPRI Annual Meeting 2009, C12, Kyoto (Japan), February 2009.

9. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Quantitative examination of the effect of magma degassing on the electrical conductivity structure of a volcano, Japan geoscience union meeting 2009, V227-003, Chiba (Japan), May 2009.

10. Hashimoto, T., Utsugi, M., Komori, S., On the inner structure and formation process of Komezuka scoria cone, Aso volcano , Japan geoscience union meeting 2009, V160-004Chiba (Japan), May 2009.

11. Utsugi, M., Hashimoto, T., Kanda, W., Yamazaki, T., Ogawa, Y., Koyama, T., Nagamachi, S., Inoue, H., Komori, S., Yoshimura, R., Oshiman, N., Kagiyama, T., Resistivity structure of the Aso Caldera using wideband magnetotelluric method, Japan geoscience union meeting 2009, V227-005, Chiba (Japan), May 2009.

12. Kanda, W., Utsugi, M., Tanaka, Y., Okada, Y., Inoue, H., Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., A shallow resistivity structure of Kuju volcano, central Kyushu, Japan, Japan geoscience union meeting 2009, V161-P005, Chiba (Japan), May 2009.

13. Unai, K., Kagiyama T., Utsugi, M., Kanda, W., Komori, S., Terada, A., Yoshikawa, S., Change in resistivity structure related with the decrease of thermal activity around Iwo-Yama, Kirishima Volcanoes, Japan geoscience union meeting 2009, V161-P004, Chiba (Japan), May 2009.

14. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Quantitative relation between resistivity structure and resistivity of hydrothermal fluid in the shallow part of a volcano: A case study of the USDP-1 drilling site in the northeastern foot of Unzen volcano, SW Japan, The volcanological society of Japan 2009 fall meeting, B32, Kanagawa (Japan), October 2009.

15. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Fairley, J., Quantitative Relation between Electrical Conductivity Structure and Magma Degassing (2) The Contribution of Heat Transport, Japan geoscience union meeting 2010, SVC061-04, Chiba (Japan), May 2010.

16. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Hosizumi, H., Takakura, S., Mimura, M., The contribution of hydrothermal fluid and hydrothermal alteration to the bulk resistivity: a case study of USDP-1 site, Unzen volcano, SW Japan, Japan geoscience union meeting 2010, SEM031-P12, Chiba (Japan), May 2010.

17. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Inoue, H., Azuhata, I., 2-D resistivity structure beneath Unzen-Fugen-dake Volcano revealed by wideband-MT survey, The volcanological society of Japan 2010 fall meeting, P46, Kyoto (Japan), October 2010.

18. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Fairley J., Approach to evaluating mass flux of volcanic fluids using the electrical conductivity structure of a volcano, Japan geoscience union meeting 2011, S-VC49, Chiba (Japan), May 2011.

19. Utsugi, M., Kagiyama, T., Chen, C.H., Kanda, W., Yoshimura, R., Komori, S., Audiofrequency Magneto-Telluric survey on Tatun Volcanic group, Taiwan, Japan geoscience union meeting 2011, SVC049-P05, Chiba (Japan), May 2011.

20. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Fairley, J., Utsugi, M., Approach to evaluating mass flux of volcanic fluids using the electrical conductivity structure of a volcano: a case study of Aso Volcano, The volcanological society of Japan 2011 fall meeting, Hokkaido (Japan), 2011, October 2011.

21. Komori, S., Kagiyama T., Takakura, S., Mimura, M., Quantitative examination of the effect of hydrothermal fluids on matrix conductivity of volcanic edifice, 2011 SGEPSS Fall Meeting, Hyogo (Japan), November 2011.

22. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Fairley, J., Approach to evaluating mass flux of volcanic fluids using the electrical conductivity structure of a volcano: a case study of Unzen volcano, The geothermal research society of Japan 2011 annual meeting in Ibusuki, Kagoshima (Japan), November 2011.


(International conferences)
23. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Terada A., Inoue, H., Wahyu, S., , Tanaka, Y., Hoshizumi, H., The relationship between resistivity structure and hydrothermal fluid in the shallow part of Unzen Volcano, The 4th KAGI21 International Summer School, July 2007.

24. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Utsugi, M., Terada A., Inoue, H., Wahyu, S., , Tanaka, Y., Hoshizumi, H., The relationship between resistivity structure and geothermal solution in the shallow part of volcano, Cities on Volcanoes 5, Shimabara(Japan), November 2007.

25. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Fairley, J., Quantitative relation between electrical conductivity structure and magma degassing. 2010 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, V43B-077, Taipei(Taiwan), June 2010.

26. Komori, S., Kagiyama, T., Fairley, J., Approach to evaluating mass flux of volcanic fluids using the electrical conductivity structure of a volcano: Case study at Unzen Volcano, SW Japan, 2011 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco (USA), December 2011.