What is "My JpGU"?
My JpGU is a science communication tool for JpGU members to showcase their research findings.
- Research works
- PEPS articles
- Related journals
Recently updated researchers
- Masaki Enami Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University Solid Earth Sciences
- Kiyoshi Baba Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo Solid Earth Sciences
- Masaaki Shirai Tokyo Metropolitan University Human Geosciences
- Hitoshi Mikada Kyoto University Solid Earth Sciences
- Takahiko Uchide Research Institute of Earthquake and Volcano Geology, Geological Survey of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Solid Earth Sciences
- Yukitomo Tsutsumi Japan Meteorological Agency Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences
- Mohammad Rajib Human Geosciences
- Yoji Kawamura Department of Mathematical Science and Advanced Technology, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology Solid Earth Sciences
- Ryo Okuwaki Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba Solid Earth Sciences
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (PEPS) is an open access journal published by Japan Geoscience Union. You can access to all articles for free. PEPS aspires to becoming a Leading journal in the field of Geoscience.
From My JpGU, you can search, view and cite PEPS articles.
What is "My JpGU"?
My JpGU is a science communication tool where members of Japan Geoscience Union can showcase their research works to one another.
Showcase your research works
You can give overview of your current research works, create your list of past works, and post related videos. Making full use of My JpGU to showcase your works, your lab, or your projects' works may invite offers for collaborative researches.
Search for other researchers' works
You can search for other JpGU researchers, their works and articles. By expanding your research network via My JpGU, you may discover valuable information and new relationship.
Show your presentation materials
You can submit your supplemental materials for your presentation at JpGU meetings to 'File cabinet'. Let other researchers see and cite your works, and promote your research achievements to the world.
Communicate more through Web links
You can post links of your own, your lab or projects websites, along with the links to your account for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, researchmap on your profile page.
Connect to ORCID Record
By connecting My JpGU account with ORCID Record, you can export your research works in My JpGU to ORCID Record, and vice versa. You can always keep your works list latest and synchronized by updating on either My JpGU or ORCID Record. You can also use a template to import your works list easily.
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**My JpGU is partly financially supported by a Grant-in-Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results to enhance dissemination of information of scientific research.