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Completed doctoral program at Keio University Graduate School of Media and Governance in March 2003. Doctor of Media and Governance. Following an appointment as a Project Faculty Member at the same university, has been an Associate Professor, Keio University Faculty of Environment and Information Studies since 2013. Conducts research of system software such as ubiquitous systems, middleware systems, and dependable systems. In addition, conducts research, including applied research, in a wide variety of fields such as sensing for smart cities, returning information flow to citizens, web mining, and lifelogging.
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Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University. Completed doctoral program at the Department of Urban Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. Specializes in applied statistics, Bayesian statistics, spatial statistics, and data science. Target areas in data science cover a wide range, including homeland security, public health, medicine, health, sports, and mobility. Has authored many books, including Kuukan deta no toukei bunseki (The Statistical Analysis of Spatial Data), Kuukan deta to seisakugaku (Spatial Data and Policy Studies), and Beizu toukei deta bunseki (Analysis of Bayesian Statistical Data).
Born 1970 in Kumamoto Prefecture. He received Ph.D in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003. He has held present post since 2008. His research interests are Internet technologies, Geographical Information System and Intelligent Transport Systems. He conducted research on Probe Information System using Internet mobility technology, Sensing system with Geographical information and so on. He is active on standardization as an expert member of ISO/TC204 and TC211.
Curiosity about the mysterious workings of frog embryos fuels the research of developmental biologist Hiroki Kuroda. He was born in 1973 in Kyoto and studied molecular biology at Nagoya University. He gained his PhD in Tokyo University in 2001 and immediately moved to Los Angeles for working as postdoc in UCLA. After 4 years of staying in LA, he had worked at Shizuoka University for 8 years and then started working as associate professor at the current location, SFC, in 2013.
Born 1974. Architect, Principal of studio000. Graduated Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering at the Tokyo University of Science in 1998. Established 000studio in 1999. In 2009–11, was Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University (Selected for the Overseas Study Program for Artists provided by the Japan Agency for Cultural Affairs). Has been Associate Professor, Keio University Faculty of Environment and Information Studies since 2012. Exploration of the (Im)Possibilities of Architectural Calculation. Research and practical use of algorithmic design. Co-authored books include Design of Design (INAX, 2011), and translated books include Algorithmic Architecture (Shokokusha Publishing Co., Ltd., 2010).
Born 1979 in Tokyo. Design Researcher. Studied and earned a Ph.D. in fashion design at the Royal College of Art in London. Assistant Professor in the Keio University Faculty of Environment and Information Studies since 2012. Became an Associate Professor in the same faculty in 2015. At SFC, critically examines the relationship between design and society, and is involved in planning and implementing numerous projects that bridge the two. Committee member of DESIGNEAST, involved in activities to spread and realize practical use of inclusive design for social inclusion, FabLab Japan network, co‑editor‑in‑chief of fashion criticism magazine vanitas with Hiroshi Ashida, co-authored books include x-DESIGN, Fab ni Naniga Kano ka, Inclusive Design, Real Anonymous Design, and fashion design for living.
Manabu OMAE is a professor of Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University. He was born in 1972 and received his PhD in Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 2000. His research interests are automatic driving and platooning of automobiles.
Motohiro TSUCHIYA is professor of Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University in Japan. Prior to joining the Keio faculty, he was associate professor at Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM), International University of Japan. He is interested in the impact of the information revolution on international relations; global governance and information technologies; and cyber security. He authored Cyber Terror (Tokyo: Bungeishunju, 2012, in Japanese), Cyber Security and International Relations (Tokyo: Chikura Shobo, 2015, in Japanese), and many others. He earned his BA in political science, MA in international relations, and Ph.D. in media and governance from Keio University.
Teaching Physical Education and coaching the boys’ handball team at Keiho Senior High school, Nagasaki (1991-2002). Contributed to the teams to become the champion team of inter-high school athletic championship (2001), the runner-up team of National Invitation High School Handball Tournament (2001), the champion team of National Sport Festival (2001). (The first woman coach who led the boys’ handball team to the victory of national competition.) Teaching at Keio University from 2015, and giving lectures to many people in order to provide the techniques based on a theoretical frameworks for building better performances on coaching and playing to create the good teams without ‘the Prisoner’s Dilemma.’ Selected Publication : Yuko, Tokairin (2011) “The sports communication : for the better performances and relationships on coaching with the strategies of communication” (book house HD) ; Yuko, Tokairin (2014) “Dilemma of coaching” (book house HD).
Completed Master's Program at Tsukuba University Graduate School of Medical Sciences in 1996 and Doctoral Program at Tsukuba University Graduate School of Medical Sciences major of Environment and Ecosystem in 2000. Doctor of Medical Science. Assistant professor, Keio Junior College of Nursing in 1999. Faculty of Nursing and Medical care was established in 2001, Associate Professor in 2005, and Professor from 2014. Research interests are Science and Technology of Care. The nursing education of Keio will celebrate for 100 years in 2018. We are starting of the activity for next 100 years in ORF2016.