Jakob Nobuoka is currently working as a Senior Lecturer at University of Gävle.
In autumn 2011 he started as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the European Institute of Japanese Studies at Stockholm School of Economics.
In 2010 he received a doctoral degree in Human Geography and continued working as a lecturer at Uppsala University.
Jakob Nobuoka began studying at Uppsala University in 2000 and entered the PhD-program at the Department of Social and Economic Geography in 2006.
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Bachelor Program in Business and Economics. Business Studies A, Marketing and Organization. Lectures for over 300 students and seminary management and mentorship for approximately 50 students. Ongoing developing of didactics and teaching methods within the team of teachers and administration of course examination.
Program in Urban and Regional Planning. On the introduction course I have both an administrative role as the head teacher and the role of lecturer and seminary leader for about 50 students. This is course is a collaboration with the teachers from three different departments.
Science Technology Studies Program. Lectures and seminars about innovation, agglomeration theory and methodology.
Political Geography. Lectures and seminars on Urban Planning and management, Regional Policies and the EU.
Economic Geography. Lectures and seminars about mapping the economy and theory of science.
Urban and Social Geography. Lectures and seminars about Urban Planning. Administration and execution of one week field trips to various cities in Sweden. 2007-2008
GIS analysis for Human Geography
Bachelor Program for Social Scientists. Lectures and seminar on methodology in social science.