Teaching Experience

Nagoya Institute of Technology (2007 –)

  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (Evening Divisions), Computer engineering (C)
    2018 – (Winter Semester)
  • Department of Computer Science, Programming II (Java)
    2017 – (Summer Semester)
  • Department of Computer Science, Introduction to Computer Systems
    2017 – (Winter Semester)
  • Department of Computer Science, Media Course Practice I, "Logic Circuit"
    2014 (Winter Semester)
  • Department of Computer Science, Media Course Practice III (allotted task)
    2006 – 2014 (Winter Semester)
  • Department of Computer Science, Media Course Practice II, "Digital Signal Processing"
    2011  (Summer Semester)
  • Department of Computer Science, Media Course Practice I, "Robot Design and Development"
    2006 (Summer Semester)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (Evening Divisions), Elementary Experiment: "Digital Calculator by using Logic Circuit"
    2008 – 2013 (Winter Semester)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (Evening Divisions), Practical Experiment: "CPU Design and Development"
    2009 – 2010 (Summer Semester)

The University of Tokyo (2004 - 2007)

  • Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, "Research for Real-world Information System"
    2004 – 2007
  • Department of Mathematical Engineering and Information Physics, School of Engineering,  "Design and Production Exercise"
    2006 (the first half year)
  • College of Arts and Sciences, All-Cumpas Seminar: "Spoken Dialog Agent Robot"
    2005 (the first half year)

 

University Services

Nagoya Institute of Technology

  • "Make synthetic voice using computer program", Trial practice for Computer Science on Open-campas (2008.8)   

The Universty of Tokyo

  • A Hundred Hour Workshop@UT-I-COE (2005) The importance of integrating different discipline of information science and technology is growing for the realization of information system which works robust in real world. Such system should be achieved by integrating super robust algorithm, large-scale dependable network and devices or interfaces which sense and/or actuate in the real world. It is necessary to encourage collaboration among specialists of different disciplines, since it is difficult to cover all area in information science and technology by only one person or group. In order to support collaboration among various kinds of experts, the autonomous collaborative environment for project based learning was developed. The environment comprises the workshop protocol and the community site. The workshop named "A Hundred Hour Workshop" for graduate students who belong to different departments was carried out during summer holidays. The community site named "WS100H.NET" was developed for supporting and analyzing autonomous collaboration process. Novel interdisciplinary technology, fusion of recognition and parallel computation was successfully developed.