A01 Study of social structure in prehistoric humans using archaeological methods

Yasuhiro YAMADA

Professor, Graduate School of Humanities, Tokyo Metropolitan University

A02 A study on reconstruction of genetic relationships among prehistoric human bones using genomes and morphological traits

Hiroki OOTA

Graduate School of Sciences, University of Tokyo, Professor

A03 Research on age, dietary restoration, and migration through the isotopic analysis of prehistoric bone

Soichiro KUSAKA

Associate Professor, School of Humanities, Tokai University

B01 Dispersal of modern homo sapiens in the Japanese archipelago during the last glacial

Masami IZUHO

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Humanities, Tokyo Metropolitan University

B02 The Formation of Prehistoric Populations and their Cuture In Hokkaido

Hirofumi KATO

Professor, Center for Ainu and Indigenous Studies, Hokkaido University

B03 The formation of human populations and cultures in the Ryukyu Archipelago

Ryosuke KIMURA

Professor, Graduate School of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus

B04 Formation of Prehistoric Humans and Cultures in the Honshu-Shikoku-Kyushu Region

Hideaki KANZAWA-KIRIYAMA

National Museum of Nature and Science・senior curator

B05 Research on the population dynamics of prehistoric humans

Oki NAKAMURA

Ritsumeikan Universiy, Ritsumeikan-Global Innovation Research Organization, Associate Professor

C01 Study of Paleoenvironmental Changes in the Japanese Archipelago

Masataka HAKOZAKI

National Museum of Japanese History, Research Department, Associate Professor

 C02 Study on the Anthropogenic Environmental Formation by Prehistoric Humans (Fauna)

Naoki OSADA

Associate Professor, Faculty of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University

 C03 Study on Anthropogenic Environmental Formation by Prehistoric Humans (Flora)

Hiroo NASU

Associate Professor, Center for Fundamental Education, Okayama University of Science